Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Love is...


While cleaning my cupboard, I stumbled upon an envelope, opened it and found some old newspaper’s cuttings. The colour of cuttings had faded and there are some strains here and there. It was a collection of ‘Love is …’ which I used to collect in my teens.

Do you think should I discard them as you can see in the photographs that the color of cuttings have changed from white to yellowish or should I keep the collection as it is interesting and a remembrance of my teenage stupid passions?

18 comments:

  1. For memory's sake . . .

    Joy always,
    Susan

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  2. Keep it .. its memories I wud not throw i still got stuff from when i was in 3rd or 4th class :)

    Bikram's

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  3. I used to collect them myself...I lost mine....keep them... ;)

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  4. Chandrika,

    Don't. These are the things which make fond memories. And it was not teenage stupid passion but something you loved at that time. So do keep these and share these with future generation.

    Take care

    PS : Left comment on previous one too.

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  5. keep them. Am sure you will cherish them sitting in your armchair, relaxed when you are seventy :)

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  6. oh I've lot of these...you know I used to cut it from TOI and get it enlarged..coloured them too..I've kept them since long and it's a nice treasure :) Keep them !!

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  7. this inspires me to post my collection too :) May I'll do that one of these days !! thankuu

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  8. Discard them and save space!

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  9. I'd put them in my yearbook. I used to collect these in high school too :)

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  10. Keep it please ..

    अगर मैं अपनी यादें चेक करता हूँ तो मुझे याद आता है की मेरे ब्लॉग पर सबसे पहला कमेन्ट आपने किया था ...वो सबसे महत्वपूर्ण था .. है .. रहेगा :)

    आपको और आपके सभी पाठकों को दीपावली की ढेर सारी शुभकामनाएं


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OoeIESssOaY&feature=player_embedded

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  11. keep em for u may never find em again.

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  12. Nothing lasts, not even the memory..but keep it for keepsake...time will let you know when to throw it:) Happy Diwali. God Bless.

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  13. Keep them... They are precious... Dont discard them, unless, they bring some bad memories to u..

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  14. I wish i cud find something that old .

    Btw , you have been tagged
    Theatre of the Absurd

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  15. Keep it please. It is memories, don't lose them.

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  16. if it comes with old baggage.. then may be.. otherwise keep it.. actually keeep it anyways

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