August 09, 2008

Some Definitions

Absence of hope: The feeling existing in a participant's mind when she realises all the people she ever participated with in any college fest have left college, that now she is the senior, and that she still knows nothing.

Blasé: The adjective used to describe the said participant's state of mind in spite of abovementioned hurdles.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Lame.



- Mr.X

Jhayu said...

Awww.. Ignore Mr. X, Muds; he don't know nothing...

You're the senior now! Woo the hoo!

Psst... Secret... To not feel like a senior, think of other people as superior to you ('least that's what I did; you helped, by the way)...

Oh, wait. I forgot. This is the new crowd we're talking about. Damn. Sorry. I don't envy you.

Anonymous said...

I DO know.

Other people MUST be worthy for one to consider them as superior.

I'm sure the current crop of students
would do to Sans Frontieres exactly what Genghiz Khan did to his 54679 wives.

:P

- Mr.X

Peru said...

You personify 'blasé'! I think I know how it feels.

Disallow anonymous comments. We're not so much of a democracy either, you know?

Eh Mudduuura has de has de has de has de has de has de tu zara.. nahi toh bas thoda thoda thoda thoda thoda thoda thoda coffee pee, jaa..!

indiegurl said...

WOOT!

we is seniors now! We owns the worrrrrrld!

Yeah well anyway. *koff*. I mean, we're responsible and here to help our ickle junies.

:-)

Mudra said...

@anon: If you're going to be silly enough to run down a magazine before it's published, please do it with your own name.

Asterix said...

Good to see that you consider yourself as a senior citizen! Does it mean that the torrents of "uncle" directed at me will finally stop?

Mudra said...

@asterix: Of course not, uncle! I'm the senior in my age group. You're a senior citizen in ANY age group.

Pratz said...

true!!!!

Asterix said...

@mudra: GRRRRR!!! You just wait, I am coming to Bombay in a few days!! X-(