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7+ quotes from Five Point Someone by Chetan Bhagat

Quotes from Five Point Someone

Chetan Bhagat ·  267 pages

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“I suddenly leaned forward,bringing my face close to hers.catching her breath,stifling that laugh and pink tongue,she watched me wide-eyed.I removed the wallet from my back pocket and sat down casually again.
"What happened?" I asked idly.
"I thought...never mind".She blinked.
― Chetan Bhagat, quote from Five Point Someone

“it is only when one writes a book that one realizes the true power of MSWord, from grammar checks to replace-alls.”
― Chetan Bhagat, quote from Five Point Someone

“I think half the trees in the world are felled to make up the IIT entrance exam guides. Most of them are crap,”
― Chetan Bhagat, quote from Five Point Someone

“It was the first time I’d seen Alok’s home. I told you he was kind of poor, I mean not World Bank ads type starving poor or anything, but his home had the barest minimum one would need for existence. There was light, but no lampshades, there was a living room, but no couches, there was a TV, but not a colour one. The living room was where lived Alok’s father, entertaining himself with one of the two TV channels, close to unconscious by the time we reached. Alok’s mother was already waiting, using her sari edge to wipe her tears.”
― Chetan Bhagat, quote from Five Point Someone

“smoke is beautiful; weightless and shapeless, it almost appears as deceptively powerless as the person releasing it, yet, it comes from within and rises above us all. Crap,”
― Chetan Bhagat, quote from Five Point Someone

“Sometimes, if you just paraphrase everyone’s arguments, you get to be the good guy.”
― Chetan Bhagat, quote from Five Point Someone

“the definition of a machine is simple. It is anything that reduces human effort. Anything.”
― Chetan Bhagat, quote from Five Point Someone

About the author

Chetan Bhagat
Born place: in New Delhi, India
Born date April 22, 1974
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