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Tuesday, December 18, 2007

What is the strangest predicament you have been in?

I got stuck on a glued floor while turning out the trash today. The workers renovating the carpet covers on the corridor in front of my apartment and their caution : "Watch you step ! " came a tad late. :D

Funny in a way. How we waste time musing over things that might/might not happen in the next 2-3 years when we don't know what will come to pass the next minute. The best and the worst thing about life is its unpredictability. Thinking about the past or future is so futile! Live for the day. Carpe diem!


Bubbles of FireWhisky said...

u knw... i cd swear ur tryin 2 rub it in tat i cnt mk snow angels this december... [:P]

all d best 4 ur paper... n happy tat u gt 2 spend christmas with family... i gt 2 do tat 2... tho i am surprising evry1 by jst turning up... [:)]

Aparna Kar said...

lol.. I wudn't dream of it.. the snowstorm prediction is to advise ppl to keep indoors.. n u can mk snow angels this December..just like u r planning to surprise ur family wth ur visit, ur family might take u out to a snowy place.. life has infinite possibilities :)

dharmabum said...

i had my stolen from the beach once...and was parading in my underwear...remember writing about it too :)

arnab said...

Your predicament just reminded me of one evening during my first winter in Baltimore. First, the background info:

1. Black ice - you will probably be familiar with it by now, but for your readers who are not - it is when moisture on ground (usually from melting snow) freezes fast forming a thin coat of transparent ice.
2. Hopkins campus is built on a small hill, and the red-brick walkway in front of the library has probably a 15-20 degree slope; it is also not very well lit in the evenings.
3. When walkways are cleared of snow, there can be a pile of snow, several feet high, on either side of the path.

Now, imagine this - I am walking home one evening, I walk down a few flights of stairs onto a gently sloping brick lane, lined with piles of snow on either side, and realize that the entire surface of the path is covered in ice. I have nothing to hold on to, and it is not very easy to get off the path.

This was my dilemma, do I try to continue my slide downwards without falling down, or do I turn back (not an easy task itself) and try a different way?

Sam said...

mine?? uh... i dunno.. i can't recall to be honest!!!

Karunakaran Prasad said...

strangest predicament i have ever been in was taking a swing at a nine foot tall guy before i realized he was nine feet tall.

dont know why i've replied, the title seemed inviting. ;)