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


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...

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.

Hee :D

phatichar said...'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...

I am such a foresighted person I tel you :D

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.:-)