Through the looking glassAugust 06, 2008
It's been exactly a year since I wrote my Common Proficiency Test. Although it was rescheduled, much to my chagrin, I'd like to th...
So here's look into the Lessons I've learned:
1] The joy you get out of eating in fancy restaurants everyday out of your client's money is directly proportionate to the expansion of your waistline.
2] No matter how entertaining the fish tank in your client's office is, you shall concentrate on your work instead of ogling at the very many fish trying to kill each other. Which is highly disturbing, by the way.
3] Bus routes!
4] How to cross the road. Which is a pretty big deal for me considering a year ago, crossing the road for me used to be inappropriately grabbing the shirt/dupatta/pallu of the person next to me and hanging on till I was transported to the other side.
a)Importance of beans
c)Greatness of beans
d)Younger generation liking pizza and chinese instead of beans
e)Did i mention beans?
6] The best cure for insomnia is your Taxation textbook.
7] A year ago, I would have found this to be a great joke.
A: His personality
I don't laugh at it anymore. Cause the truth ain't funny.
8] Criticism is something complicated. You gotta know how to take it. I take it in from one ear and take it out from the other.
9]The first stipend credit in your bank account is something really special. Not because it's your sweat toil or any of that stuff. It's special because now my mother can't say her favourite " Ara-anna-kku prayojanam illa nee" (You're not capable of getting 25 paise) dialogue. Ha!
10] The art of patience. Cause anytime someone asks "Oh, so which college are you doing your CA?", you need an enormous amount of patience to not strangle that person. In case you're someone who does ask that question, click here.