The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle

The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle - Jay Rubin, Haruki Murakami Why you should not name your cat -Noboru Wataya. 1)-The cat hates it, gets livid and disappears.2)-Obscurity and grief numbs you over claustrophobic endurance. You rummage around for your precious in sweltering sun, places you do not know. You get anxious with every passing moment. Acquire a funny taste in your mouth that makes the coffee taste like sewage.3)-You wander at the railway station counting all bald heads; clueless while gazing at every commuter.4)-Listen attentively to horrified war stories as though they would bring you salvation from your immense suffrage. Why is it crucial to name your cat-Noboru Wataya.1)-The cat hates it, gets livid and disappears.2)-You begin receiving anonymous sex calls.3)-You meet the most peculiar and amusing creatures fascinating with their oddities.4)-You startlingly receive keepsakes from your past social dos.5)-Mysterious women nurture your psychedelic dreams on a regular basis giving you a ‘boner’ making you take cold showers several times during the day.6)-Your desperation for the lost cat releases strong magnetic waves attracting females of all age group seducing your senses.7)-You have wild sex in all its divinity.Take your pick! Toru Okada did and it was compelling among his own idiosyncrasies.