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Disaster

September 7, 2007 Leave a comment Go to comments

What do you do when everything goes wrong? By everything, I mean e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g. Yes, it can happen. Read on to find out how.

Perhaps the only positive aspect of today was that it was Moli’s Birthday (cheers Moli bhai!). At twelve, I left the lab assignment which would have strangled me and Bachcha had we pressed on it any more, and went to Minar (a restaurant meant for the night) for Moli’s token treat. Back after an hour, we had the assignment waiting for us, in all probability with a middle finger. However hard we tried it wouldn’t budge. And the deadline was 10 am the following morning. Eventually, we managed to complete it (huge measures of relief!) but it got stretched to half past four.


Lucky that I didn’t have 8-o-clock class today, I decided to utilize the precious few hours of sleep. I had Management class at 10. We had decided to go to our dept. at 9 for print-outs and submission.

I woke up (reluctantly) at 9:30 am, reached dept at 9:55. Fuck! By the time we started taking prints, it was 10. The Management class which I had decided not to bunk eluded me. Finally, I had to bunk. So, I submitted the assignment. No worries so far.

Next, I had to copy some data for the lab scheduled at 2. There was a word that the prof. was going to check our records. Now, it was 11. I went to canteen, had a quick small lunch, and returned to the dept. There, me and Deb started working for the afternoon lab. We almost completed it by 1:10 and rushed to the 1 o-clock dean’s class, ready to get blasted for being late. But the class was canceled! Lucky, you say? Well, the lab next was split into two batches. And the batch that I wasn’t in got their lab canceled while we had to go to lab. Fuck!

Amidst jeerings from half the class, I went to complete the lab work, did it and entered the class at 2:10. The prof. asked for the records and it turned out that me and Deb were the only ones who completed it. The prof. gave us 5 on ten and the rest of the class a big zero. Fuck! We were soon going to face an outburst from the fellows sitting there. And we did face: “RG”, “Fuckers” and what not!

Then came the news that the assignment for which I stayed alive till 4 in the morning was all wrong. Fuck!

Then came the news that the lab work which we had so hastily completed and got 5 on ten and faced a violent class, was wrong too!

The prof. asked us (the whole class) to work it out again before 4:30. Back to work (why did we proceeded to do so?), I once again did those things and presented to the prof. And there! I was asked to re-submit parts of the assignment.

To hell with labs!

  1. Anuj Choudhary
    September 8, 2007 at 11:19 am

    Well Disaster is an understatement,
    I would call it a catastrophe ;-).
    And I do agree that you are a BIG RG and f**k*r.

  2. Shady
    September 9, 2007 at 3:30 am

    All in a day’s work. IIT it is 🙂

  3. Indigo Lobster
    September 9, 2007 at 3:50 am

    relaxx..Once in a blue moon.. I am quite sure it will be sometime before u face a similar day

  4. aniket
    September 9, 2007 at 10:47 am

    @shady
    😦

    @indigo
    i seriously hope so!

  5. m.flowerr
    September 13, 2007 at 12:03 pm

    Sympathies dude;)

  6. aniket
    September 14, 2007 at 12:29 pm

    @m.flowerr
    😦

  7. bhale
    September 15, 2007 at 12:05 pm

    Why cant you be the students you were in your first 2 years, bunking classes, not submitting assignments..

  8. aniket
    September 15, 2007 at 12:13 pm

    @bhale
    realization dawns on us someday… living your present only to make memories for future doesn’t ensure your place in this world. as steve jobs said, “I want to put a ding in the universe.” not that attending classes will help me gain very useful knowledge, but not doing so will definitely strip me of a useful ingredient of success: labour.

  9. Leela
    September 16, 2007 at 1:56 pm

    Typical! 😐

  10. aniket
    September 16, 2007 at 2:08 pm

    @leela
    🙂

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