Days of our Lives!

February 3, 2008

Two years of living alone away from home have taught me that :

Filed under: My Dayz — Santhosh @ 7:04 PM
  • dishes don’t wash themselves.
  • the minnaladikkum vennmai doesn’t clean the collars.
  • dust forms even if all the doors and windows are sealed shut.
  • bed-covers get dirty pretty fast. Especially if you take your dinner on it.
  • washing clothes breaks your back.
  • after using the mop, you’ll still have to get down on your knees with a wet cloth.
  • the warm water doesn’t magically appear for you to drink when you’re sick.
  • kitchen sinks and commodes and basins and fans and lights require cleaning.
  • the neighbourhood garbage dump changes location every 2 weeks.
  • there’s nothing to eat when you get hunger pangs at 2am.
  • chairs make a convenient clothes dump.
  • you can run out of water at the oddest of times.
  • the shock is not in the electricity, it’s in the bill.
  • when you leave the coffee mug right next to the bed, it remains just there.
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5 Comments »

  1. >>when you leave the coffee mug right next to the bed, it remains just there.LOL! good one

    Comment by Aparna — February 4, 2008 @ 1:58 PM | Reply

  2. if u dnt wash ur clothes for months time, pile them up n go for washing after 1 month,As u said minnaladikum vennamai wnt help!!!!Bed-covers get dirty ..jus not by taking dinnerr..but….you can run outta water if u get watercan once in a month…By,A poor soul who happened to see ur Bachelor room…

    Comment by Anonymous — February 7, 2008 @ 4:40 AM | Reply

  3. @aparnasad, but true :)@anonroom? call it a HOUSE first!!!

    Comment by santhosh — February 14, 2008 @ 2:14 AM | Reply

  4. water can run ou at the oddest of times…Lol

    Comment by Anonymous — February 18, 2008 @ 4:35 PM | Reply

  5. @anonI resent that. There’s nothing funny about that. 🙂

    Comment by santhosh — March 15, 2008 @ 8:47 PM | Reply


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