Showing posts from March, 2012

On Acting And Not Acting Mature

Everyone says that - act a bit more mature.
But do I want to be mature?
I do not think so.
Acting like you're someone dignified, someone big - that is not my cup of tea. I think I'd prefer to be a bit more childish. Acting like a child makes you think more brightly towards sober aspects of life - you know, you it makes you a lot more optimistic and confident. Most adults say that they like playing kids. But I say that I like playing WITH kids. I don't know why people often open their mouth so wide to let even an elephant in, whenever they see someone act sophisticated. Even I am awed by such people but I don't think I will ever be like them. Nah, it's not a loser's spirit. It's just that I like being a kid. I don't want to act like I am an old granny who has her chin lifted up as though she smelt dung. Really. I am enjoying my childhood. I love being a kid. I don't want to BE mature. Not one bit.
Okay... don't go around thinking that I hate …

Da Da Da... Daaa! Da Da Da...Daaa!

Try to say the title in a theatrical way. You'll get it.
You must be wondering where I was. I was studying for my exams. The Exams went pretty well. Science was fairly well as always. Hindi was very easy. Maths was... okay. English was fabulous and Social Studies was great.
Now welcome back!
Well... that kinda reminds me of Shin Chan. Those who don't know Shin Chan... well, he is a manga character who is very disobedient to his elders and very, very crazy. Most parents say that Shin Chan is not a good influence for children. I agree to that, but some of his lines like 'Mom! Welcome back!' when he comes back home do tickle you.
Anyway, now that I have finished my finals, I have a lot of free time. So what should I do...?
First and foremost, I am going to read a lot of novels. I am still stuck with Percy Jackson's Battle Of Labyrinth. I'll finish that and move onto the Last Olympian. I will read the Heroes Of Olympus. Maybe I'll take up The Secret Garden. I f…