Everyone everyday, sometimes even all the time, had challenges.
Some they’re fond of, others they know they’ll learn from and still others that just annoy the juice out of a lemon infront of you.
Mine, personally, are a tonne a day.
Giving an exam.
Trying not to be self conscious.
Being on time.
Not getting annoyed by my grandmother’s grandmotherly ways.
Speaking to other students of my course.
Speaking to someone who doesn’t understand me.
Maintaining sarcasm to a bare minimum when in conversation with the above.
Being in constant jealousy or competition. I suppose there’s different terms for it.
Challenges have threatened us since time immemorial.
Can you stand and fight, though?
Would you accept a challenge to get your hair cut into a crop?
Could you wear it with confidence, even while having knowledge of the fact that you look like a boy to unobservant humans?
Is it okay to hug a boy normally?
Or do they only accept those weird awkward intertwined-arm-back-pats?
If it is, that’s really absurd, not to mention extremely sad of the human race.
Today, 10.06.2014, I gave my first English exam for my course.
The shortest, simplest exam I have given till date.
But, after, we had made plans to head on out.
I didn’t know though, that the plan wasn’t only us, but other people too.
Well, apparently, it was.
Not that that intimidates me, but it does make me overly self conscious.
Are the hot people gonna be there?
Or is it going to be a bunch of people that don’t understand sarcasm?
Are they going to understand me?
Those are my general foremost thoughts.
Is that even normal?
Well, anyway, we went to Hauz Khas Village, after going to SDA i.e.
They were Awesome! ^.^
Someone also caught my fancy.
And I actually knew the boy, that’s a change from the usual.
I was spoken of, inconsequentially, nevertheless.
Doesn’t cease to challenge me though.
Is it going to be or not?
As for what I’m talking about, it could be ANYTHING.
Take your pick.