I must thank Cormac McCarthy. I was reading The Road on Rajdhani. It prevented me from being completely dehydrated by leaking from the eyes. Whenever i stopped reading i had to take refuge in the loo (which, mercifully was clean) to prevent public embarrassment. And from there i messaged all and sundry and irritated them to death I'm sure. ISD wallahs were and are safe since my phone doesn't have ISD enabled :(
On the taxi from the station i was distracted for a moment and nearly laughed when i misread a message on back of a car. It sayed Arpit. But i had read Armpit. Apart from that nothing cheered me: not even the Northern Railways sign at the station saying: Inconvynence Regretted.
Oh oh, and the zebra crossing near birla planetorium has an electronic display saying: Please walk on the crossover (or something to that effect. crossover i remember.)
the thing i''ll easily miss the most are cats. they can't talk or purr on the phone. followed by dogs wagging their tail at my sight. :( :(
shobai doya dakkhino koriya sympathetic comments koriben.
If you don't know how read Herbert by Nabarun Bhattacharya.
cf: bhalo kore ghumok, ghumolei shob thik hoye jabe
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