Saturday, December 27, 2008

Always at the last minute!

Nothing beats the satisfaction of finishing your work at 6 a.m. in the morning when you've been up all night.

I have always been a last minute person. Always.
And I love it!

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

They know how to do it :)

The good part about watching a Yash Chopra (or Karan Johar) + SRK movie is that even if you don't like the movie on the whole, there will be something you'd love in the movie which will give you your ticket ka worth.

(I liked Rab Ne... on the whole as well, but it's moments like the one in this picture which I'd take home even if it would've been quite lame!)

Monday, December 22, 2008

It's Amazing...

"...I don't know where my life is headed. So, wait and watch!"

It's worth it...

Note to myself #1: n years from now, I will regret giving in if I do.
Note to myself #2: If I don't, I may remember this day always.

Sometimes, making the right choices is a NOW decision. Today I made mine.
I hope everyone reading this make theirs well.


Friday, December 12, 2008

I bought History textbooks today

Recently I realised that if we'd learnt all the history that we were taught in school, that itself would have been too much knowledge!

With that in mind, I got myself four history textbooks today:
Class V - Our Freedom Struggle
Class VI - Story of Ancient India
Class VII - Story of Medieval India
Class X - Modern World

Friday, December 05, 2008

Nightmare #2

One of the scariest dreams ever, this one I saw a month back.

The Scene: Feb/Mar 2009, Final Placements at SP Jain

I see people running around in panic. It's placement time and thanks to the recession, companies we would've never thought about have come to campus. What scares me is the news about the first offer...

Charan Puneet Singh is the first one to be placed in the batch with (hold your breath) Gala School Bags and Books!!! :D

Now that's a hard-to-beat recession dream!

Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Here a Patil, there a Patil

I like the new trend - the get elected, screw up, resign routine is what the netas of the country might like to try for a change.

Imagine, how cool it would be to have a new Home Minister every year... No jhagdaa, No jhol - everyone gets a chance to taste power and bang bucks in express mode! We may not have the most responsible leaders, but certainly the most innovative folks running the country.


On a different note, there is something we can do... what do you guys think about voting?