London is one of those cities where you can wear anything and no one will even spare you a glance unless they are people watching. It is very liberating in that sense at least for me.
I do not own T-Shirts with words in them except for a few of them which I got just on a whim or when I felt a little cheeky. I don’t wear them often that is why they look new even after a couple of years 😉
The last thing I expected while walking down deep in conversation with Mr M past a bus shelter was for someone to take my arm and stop me. I was thrown in for a loop for a second and when I turned around I saw this lady sitting in the bus shelter looking at me and smiling. She winked at me and said ‘I love your T-Shirt’. I was like ‘what!?’ and then realized what T-Shirt I had worn and gave a laugh and thanked and threw a wink her way. Mr M rolled his eyes at this weird interaction. It took a while for us to recollect the discussion we were having before the incident.
Here is what my T-Shirt looks like, in case someone else cares 😉
What do you gift someone who forgets to remember the place where they kept their spectacles or eye glasses?
I found this in Amazon India and was so thrilled to have found it because I was searching for some cheeky and yet useful gift and was having trouble finding one and then one day this just popped up and I almost shrieked out of joy. And guess what, the person I gifted also loved it. Come on, who wouldn’t right? It is so cute.
I wasn’t sure if it was available outside India but then saw that Amazon.com has it in store. But let me tell you that it is way costlier than what they sell it for in India. May be it is those shipping charges that are spiking up the costs. This wouldn’t be of much use if the person you gift forgot where this stand is. But that goes even for Remembrall too (remember the dialogue that Malfoy and others have in that book?)
I was so glad to have found this as a gift and hope that the person (who also reads this blog from time to time) remembers to use it well 😉
I am a Software Engineer and my work is mostly using Java (the programming language). I have seen days when Java was used by a handful of people. I learnt BASIC, COBOL and FORTRAN in my college days and I hardly remember a single line about it now and they are just as outdated as me. All I know and see now is Java. Java this, Java that, Java in this operating system etc etc etc. So when I saw this video I couldn’t help myself from laughing out loud. It is a very cool video and done very well. It does wraps up everything about Java in a Rap and the beat is very nice too. I know this post became a little too technical but if not for anything, watch the video to enjoy the way it is done, the rap and the beats.