The other day I went with mom to the exhimission (some cousin used to pronounce exhibition that way) and was intently looking at some jewellery when I heard the girl beside me screech 'Daddy! Daddy! Look at this, 500 only! HE HE HE! You'll buy? HE HE HE! Buy no Daddy! HE HE HE!' She had quite an irritating voice and I turned, thinking that i'd find some 8 year old, only to find someone much taller than I am (which is not saying much, but still) and definitely much older than 8. I gave her a look but I think she was too busy tearing out everyone's eardrums to notice. As I was leaving, I looked at her t-shirt. It said
'If you think I'm being difficult, with a little more effort ... I can be impossible'.
Watched Bluffmaster and American Pie. I really liked Bluffmaster, I'm surprised that I didn't find it particularly recommended anywhere. Abhishek was really good, even though his acting was a little like in Dhoom, serious and underplayed. Nana Patekar is of course, Nana Patekar. About American Pie, I shall not say anything except that after certain recent experiences with strangers persistently ringing bells when I was alone at home plus a sickening autowallah have shaken my normally sensible faith in 'man'kind, this movie was a little unsettling. Still, it was fun in its own way, I liked the little touches, Mrs. Robinson playing in the background while 'shipwreck' is with Mrs. Stifler.