Exams are over… or are they ?

Posted on December 13, 2006. Filed under: Teen life |

So my blasted exams are finally over to sum it up Physics and Chem sucked , Maths was good , IT and both my English papers were superb! Yeah,that quite sums it up.

After the exams I watched Dhoom 2 , but I like it very much ! And the critics who say that it doesn’t have a story can go eat their own shit! And I was chosen to play Antonio in the Merchant of Venice , which will be presented at our annual function. Then I was made Bassinio because our English teacher thought that I suited the role better. My delivery was cool , I was pretty happy with my presentation during my first and only rehersal as Bassinio!!! Yeah that’s right.

But then came the big blow , I was dismissed from playing Bassinio because I wore glasses…? What the fu*k ?!! Bassinio don’t wear glasses. OK. But then I was made Gratiano . All I get is two blasted lines in the entire play , but I get the prettier girl… ๐Ÿ™‚

For the first time in my life I felt that my glasses were a handicap , but I guess I will have to live with it….


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I wear glasses too!! Don’t worry, the scholarly look is in this year. :p LOL!!

Congrats on the part. And on the exams, I’m sure you did great.

It does have a story, but not a proper plot to attain it lol!

Good luck on the play ๐Ÿ˜€

Edit widgets for bottom bar. ๐Ÿ™‚

It’s almost like they they didn’t know you had glasses at first.
Glasses aren’t exactly the worst handicap out there, so don’t worry and be an awesome Gratiano!

I don’t recall Shakespeare specifying any of his characters’ relative visual acuity, but perhaps I missed something. I was always more of a Faulkner girl myself….

Merchant is one of Shakespeare’s best, IMHO. My old college buddy Jeffrey and I borrowed a line from it to describe the kind of late autumn rain that comes down so softly, in such tiny droplets, that it looks like snow if you’re not paying attention: We call it “quality of mercy” rain. ๐Ÿ™‚

Of course, Jeffrey and I also take special pains to call or e-mail each other every year at the summer solstice and ask, “Do you ever wait for the longest day of the year and then miss it?” in a nod to F. Scott Fitzgerald … but what else can you expect from a couple of English majors who spent their college years getting drunk and diagramming sentences together?

Hey, just a heads up, update my link ๐Ÿ™‚


This is Abhinav from http://www.abhinavspeaks.com

Hi ,

I am Abhinav, from http://www.abhinavspeaks.com

Though, I dont know you much as for now, but seems you are one of my online friends friend !

I needed a little favor from your side. ๐Ÿ™‚
I am into a SEO Contest as you might be knowing, hence I needed a anchored text with URL linking to my entry on your blog till Feb 6th 007.
You can find details here:

Will be thankful to you
Also if possible, please pass the news to as many bloggers friends as possible.

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Dat dat to dat
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Hmm this guy does love to rhyme and forgets his link each time doesnt he? ๐Ÿ˜›

shouldn’t complain, really, that’s wat i’m doin!
I’m just easing out of blogosphere….nice and easy does it!


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