Friday, November 23, 2012

Make a Face.

6 odd months and I be a Graduate. (Yikes!)

Click random pictures because life is too short to forget crazy-stressful-absurd moments. Keep them locked.

Love Calvin and endlessly try to make faces like he does. If you succeed, You are the most expressive person I know. True story.

Get a tattoo. Because I read this somewhere: There are two kinds of people in the world- those who have tattoos and those who are afraid of people with tattoos.

And again, Love Calvin.

I needed a distraction from the studies. And my blog was virtually dead.

Now I am going to return to making faces like the cool kid.

Much love
x



9 comments:

Ausdrucklos said...

Haha tattoos wala line was funny!

Acha you must have thought of something that you would want to get inked. Kya?

Rahul Bhatnagar said...

^^THIS is an exact summary of my state of mind!

Mirage said...

Haha...sweet. =]

Shruti said...

Ausdrucklos
I found the tattoo wala line too cool :D
I am going to get the Karma shloka from Bhagvad Gita tattooed. Though I don't know when that is happening.

Rahul, welcome aboard. We're often on the same boat.

Vinati,
Hee :D

phatichar said...

Nice..you'll need to make many more faces when you go out into the world :), so the practice is gonna help for sure. :)

Best of luck!

Ausdrucklos said...

Oh nice! but you know sometimes i feel that i'm constantly changing, what i believe today might be irrelevant for me the next day, isliye i always get skeptical of getting a tattoo :/

Shruti said...

Phatichar,
I am such a foresighted person I tel you :D

Ausdrucklos,
I know what you're saying. Our set of beliefs are bound to change with experience. But Karma is something I believe in and will always believe in.
The whole idea of taking that set of belief to your deathbed fascinates me.

And one of my closest friends got this tattooed: Change is the only constant.
It just makes it so much more beautiful- that written in permanent ink on your skin!

And I get really passionate about the tattoo issue :P

Kshipra said...

I almost went to a tattoo shop to get inked a silhouettes of flying birds down my nape, along my spine!
Almost naked.


And then I don't know why, I just couldn't get it done. Not that I wouldn't want something with me permanently etched down my skin, but the thought of maligning my clean body. I just couldn't get it out of my head....
Tattoos are scare with better stories.....lets see when I get back my money and the courage to go under the needle.

Shruti said...

I almost went and got my tattoo done too. But stupid situations, I swear! I still find the whole concept very very fascinating.:-)