12 November, 2009


Cervicalgia or Kazhuthu Vali or Gardhan Dhardh or A Pain in the Neck or the process of Apping to universities, whatever you want to call it. Its all the same. It doesn't really matter.

A pain in the neck is a pain in the neck is a pain in the neck. No matter what you call it.

If there was ever a Pursuit of Happynessy narrative to my life, I'd probably call this little part of my life, this one right here - A Royal Cervicalgia.

There's this saying in tamil ,

Thou shall not know of emesis nor of diarrhoea unless unless thou suffers it.

I will not undermine your intelligence by translating that. Anyway that is very true.

A few life lessons for the uninitiated would-be APPers

  • Never sit next to a pretty girl while giving your TOEFL. Your speaking score is likely to suffer. Especially if your already feeble skills of vocalization have been known to decay exponentially under similar circumstances.

  • Stop cooking up half-baked plans to woo and marry ebay id : blonde_pyt22 to avail in-state tuition costs. It is probably illegal. And yes, I'm sure the above plan is a no-go because of legal logistics and not due to anything else.

  • Pray to God, (though you are not sure if he exists,) that all the doomsday prophets are right and life as we know it will cease to exist in a a couple of years. Why you might ask. To forfeit the humongous loan that I will otherwise have to repay.

Here's to hoping that the world will indeed reboot in 2012!

This post also explains why the speed of my blog-update frequency has dropped from the speeds of a young Inzy(consistently slow) to a Ranatunga(death crawl).

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