Saturday, November 18, 2006

Numbers And Fantasy World

I started revising my multiplication tables from this evening because im sad with calculations and dont have any option but to brush it up for some unattainable entrance exams. Thats when i remembered the fantasy world that I had created with these numbers as a child.

All the numbers from 1 to 10 represented different individuals belonging to the same community. 1 to 4 consisted of a socially superior family with 1 as the father, 2 as the mother, 3 the haughty daughter and 4 the nasty brother. I also had another set of family in 5 to 8, where 5 was the pretty and devoted sister and 6 the protective brother. 7 and 8 were parents to 5 and 6. 9 and 10 were friends of 5 and 6. I'd cook up stories between these families where 3 and 4 would harass 5 and 6 because they socially better off, 5 would constantly be vexed and ended up crying everytime any altercation happened between the waring families. Incidently the parents had no role in these conflicts. 1 and 2 were anyway too superior to talk to 7 and 8 and their likes.

So when im trying to remember 6 time 8 i remind myself that this time it's 5's victory over 4...therefore, it is the answer is 45...There are so many more such stories involving these numbers, cant even remeber all of them. Anyway its back to revising the tables!

By the bye, anyone watched the latest Bond flick? Whats it like?

Thursday, November 16, 2006

A Birthday Wish:



A Situation...

I guess everybody goes through a situation when we know what we ought to do but do the exact opposite. Im supposed to be filling up application forms to various institutes for my masters n here i am watching movies in all my free time!
So since last week i've watched-Million Dollar Baby (had watched it yrs ago with my psycho ex), Bas ek pal (brilliant movie, cried like a baby in the end), Gangster (Shiney is so drool worthy), Shall we dance, Dance with me (made me want to sign up for the next Ball room dance classes. If only i'd meet a richard gereish type of man), Runaway bride (watched it again to stare at Julia Roberts' so-horsey face. Ok all you Roberts' fans i dont quite like her.)
And now i still have another DVD to watch-Pyaar ke side effects. Lets see what the 'great' Jat lass does in this movie.
No i dont spend any money on buying or renting DVDs, its my friendly neighbour who is my source for them :-)
Oh before i get back to watching my movie, for starters, i have bought the forms for FMS. So there im not that 'vella'.