Watched Amelie the day before. A cute, slightly weird movie. When shall we have movies like this in Hindi? I liked her wild imagination. She reminded me a little of myself and a little of Tom Sawyer's imagination. The unabridged version of Tom Sawyer is one of the best books I've ever read. Coming back to Amelie, I was wondering if I had as wild as an imagination as hers and I decided I didn't, though two incidents came to mind
- I remember sitting in a dreadfully boring class and thinking (this has happened more than twice or thrice) what if my head splits open, blood was going over the whole classroom floor and I scream and shout? (Morbid eh?)
-Attending a quiet quiz competition at a quite conservative school where my mother works and wondering what would happen if all of a sudden there'd be Kaanta Laga on the stage :-S
The same day I was overwhelmed by a powerful craving to have a Domino's pizza at 10:30 pm. Knowing it was too late, I walked over to the canteen and settled for a good enough substitute, Spanish Tomato flavoured Lays. No, not the small one, the big one. Then I came back to my room and sat in front of the PC, ate one at a time, savouring it as if it was the last. However, I believe I was so guilt-wracked that with each chip I had, I managed to convince myself that it was making my stomach feel weirder and upsetter. As a consequence, a handful of chips were left for the morrow (which I had first thing in the morning without any twinge of conscience whatsoever. They were so few!). I am thanks to moi lovely Vaseline, better than ever. I think it felt gratified because I put my gratitude on my blog for everyone to see. Did I say it? I meant he.
Did I tell you I have a pristine smile? *flutters eyes*
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