Things i've learn over the past few days of life:
When you set out to not do something, you end up doing it better than you would've done, had you set out doing it.
Everybody has a right to opine on something. Even if they have no idea what it is.
Most of the things we claim to know for “fact” are our very own personal opinions, which, when in tandem with the opinions of few others, we make ourselves believe are facts.
Half-baked information is the worst thing for others to have, and the best weapon to use, if you want to screw somebody’s reputation.
Amusement lies at the heart of watching other people spread wrong information about yourself and watching it spiral out of the realms of sanity.
Someday if I become famous, a hundred years later, ordinary sentences written in my blog might make it to igoogle’s “quote of the day”
And in case the above happens, here’s one I’d personally like to go down as a quote- don’t quote me, I ain’t old enough yet
People can be easily fooled. All it takes is a little patience and a lot of television
Singing is my passion, singing to the tune of people around isn’t.
Life was a lot better before blogs and internet. At least Tom, Dick and Harry stuck to spreading crap by word of mouth alone.
They keyboard is mightier than the pen( Dn mind teh typos)
Everything you read online isn’t true. Heck, most of it isn’t!
Things I’d love to learn in the future:
How to form opinions and be sure they’re wrong and still stick to them
The fastest way to commute between Siruseri and T nagar without owning a car
Who is it that controls the universe. I mean heck we all think we’re in control of our lives till it spirals out of control. There HAS to be someone out there to get us!
Why we tend to be easily fooled by majority, when the chances of the majority being a bunch of fools is higher
How not to get repetitive while blogging
How to make this post longer than it is