So, as you may or may not have noticed, I've been rather absent from LJ of late. Why, you ask?
Well, you see, my exams are starting from the 15th of September. Yes, next Thursday.
So, as usual, I'm leaving everything till the last minute. And also binge -eating, -drinking (Orange-carrot juice. It's surprisingly tasty.
And scrumptious, delicious and oh so yummy), -reading, -watching TV, -not-studying. As usual.
Up till now I've read Lisa Unger's Beautiful Lies, which was amazing, Sophie Kinsella's Dreamworld Of A Shopaholic, which was surprisingly nice. And better than the movie. Much, much better.
I also finished the entire 3 seasons of Leverage- amazing show, I need to create a picspam entry about it, and am currently waiting for new episodes of Warehouse 13.
And also - I know, you think I'd have stopped and started studying by now, but no sir! - I watched Tangled today. ZOMG it's so ADORABLE~. It is, really.
So, that pretty much sums up the past few days. It's my version of a panic attack, I suppose.
Oh and I won't be coming around here for the next 2 weeks either. Cuz now I'm officially banned from the Internet.
Well, it started day before yesterday, but that's not the point. So.
And also, I have a new header, yes, go on, check it out, and I need a nice layout which bloody accommodates it. So feel free to suggest any layouts or communities which make them :D
There is a story behind the header, concerning the one and only i_am_what_iam but I'll get to it later.
Oh and interesting stuff is happening politically. Here's a juicy little tidbit:
Assange, of Wikileaks fame, leaked a cable, which basically revealed that Mayawati, who's the CM (Chief Minister) of the state of UP, sent her private jet to Mumbai to buy a pair of sandals. That is a distance of 1500something kms. Or about 945 miles.
All for a pair of shoes. *sigh*
Mayawati was, understandably *sniggers*, outraged.
So she screeched 'false allegations' and said that Assange had gone mental and should be sent to the asylum in Agra.
(There's a very famous mental asylum in Agra. I'm not entirely sure why it's famous. It's just that everybody knows about it. By word of mouth mostly. I know, weird. But I digress.)
So Assange, tongue firmly in cheek, replied, "Sure, I'd love to be granted political asylum in India. And Mayawati can send her private jet to collect me. I'll be sure to bring her the finest range of footwear England. "
That still makes me laugh uncontrollably. XD
More after September,
the month of horrors galore,
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