The Room for Improvement

11 Nov

All the voices unheard come to life when the winters arrive. The nights are as quiet as they are loud. There are no generators running because the power almost never goes out. No ceiling fans or ACs. No, sir! But the chirping of crickets, yes. The sound of footsteps being taken in the other room, yes. The sound of laptop keys being stricken in another, yes. There’s no hiding.

There’s no shame in being noticed, and believe me, I don’t mean to persuade you into never locking your bathroom door. You should always lock it, otherwise you’ll end up having your life’s most awkward moment, keeping Murphy’s Law in mind. I have had a few of them, with me not always being on the victim’s end. Bathroom/toilet doors should be designed in a way that one shouldn’t be able to close them without locking them, and it doesn’t involve any rocket science anyway.

I would end the post with this. It is said that the biggest room in the world is the room for improvement. However, one must not say that to his wife when she serves him food she has cooked.

Still not big enough.

Still not big enough.

(The current series of random posts is a way to bring myself back into the writing habit. Kindly bear with me.)

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One Response to “The Room for Improvement”

  1. Verda November 13, 2012 at 5:11 AM #

    Hahahaha! Pata nai kahan se shuru hotay ho aur kahan khatam. But this made me laugh.

    Keep ’em coming. 🙂

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