A GUIDE TO GUY TALK
“I can’t find it”
MEANS: It didn’t fall into my outstretched hands, so I am completely clueless.
”That’s women’s work”
MEANS: It’s difficult, dirty, and thankless.
”Will you marry me?”
MEANS: Both of my roommates have moved out, I can’t find the washer, and there’s no peanut butter left.
”It would take too long to explain”
MEANS: I have no idea how it works.
”I’m getting more exercise lately”
MEANS: The batteries in the remote are dead.
“Take a break, honey, you’re working too hard.”
MEANS: I can’t hear the game over the vacuum cleaner.
“Honey, we don’t need material things to prove our love.”
MEANS: I forgot our anniversary again.
”It’s really a good movie.”
MEANS: It’s got guns, knives and fast cars.
”Oh, don’t fuss, I just cut myself, it’s no big deal.”
MEANS: I have actually severed a limb, but will bleed to death before I admit I’m hurt.
”I missed you.”
MEANS: I can’t find my sock drawer, the kids are hungry, and we’re out of toilet paper.
”This relationship is getting too serious.”
MEANS: I like you almost as much as I like my truck.
KID OF THE WEEK - WON JUN CHANG
You may not have met him, but you’ve definitely heard him; Won Jun Chang has worked his way to being one of Vasant Valley’s brightest students. Hard working, and not one to give up, this particular student caught our eye (actually ears!) and so we decided to get to know him a little better.
NL: You’ve been in Vasant Valley since class III. How has it been?
WJ: I have enjoyed my time in this school till now. Some of the people are nice to me. I really like the teachers (Awww…).
NL: A lot of people know you by your loud voice. Are you offended by this?
WJ: No not really. I’m not offended in any way.
NL: Everyone one says you will be some sort of Mathematician when you grow up. What do you want to be?
WJ: I haven’t really decided yet. Maybe a mathematician, physicist, or a robotic engineer.
NL: What are your hobbies?
WJ: I like playing computer games, badminton and chess. (giggles)
NL: You’ve chosen Sanskrit instead of Korean as your second language. How come?
WJ: I want to learn Sanskrit because it is a foreign language, ancient and has a lot of culture behind it.
NL: Was it tough to adapt to the language?
WJ: I found it tough in the beginning, but gradually I adapted to the language.
NL: You’re a very talented pianist. How long have you been playing?
WJ: I have been playing for 6 years. I was learning even when I was in Korea but I stopped in between though.
NL: Tell us about your interest in Origami.
WJ: I don’t like it that much. But, since I am naturally good and I like the objects I make.
NL: What has been your Indian experience all about so far?
WJ: I like the culture of India, definitely the food e.g. Tandoori Chicken, and I like visiting its monuments. I have even been to the Taj Mahal and the Ajanta Caves.
as told to Mahi Titus,
Soumya Dasgupta, Jahan Nargolwala
“Can you talk without saying anything?”
Ragini Alhuwalia says it all
“For how long are we supposed to talk in ‘Just a minute’?”
Ragini Alhuwalia once again!
“I am 10 kgs taller that you.”
Kartikeya Khanna’s heavy problems
“What is the pope’s name?”
“Pope the second.”
Siddhanth Aggarwal is all for religion
My pulse is normal, its 120/80…
Ishan Raghuvanshi, an expert in Biology.
“Does he have two heads like me ?”
“Ah! Im going to die one day !!”
Under The Scanner
Review on the Charmed
Starring: Holly Marie Combs, Alyssa Milano,
Rose McGowan and Brian Krause
Charmed is back!!! This time, all the more exciting and well into its new season. It’s about 3 sisters, Piper (Holly Marie Combs), Phoebe (Alyssa Milano) and Paige (Rose McGowan), who are bonded by a gift of having magical powers. The sisters have been brought up in the city of San Francisco, where they juggle jobs and their ordinary (or rather extraordinary) lives: full of magical incidents like demon attacks, magical spills and the works. This shows the bond between the 3 sisters is unbreakable and even though it sounds like a fantasy, it really is fun to watch. This season had a special guest star (Nick Lachey) and also Drew Fuller (of the last season’s fame) made a special cameo. This show showcases the fact that magic is an integral part of the 3 sisters’ lives and whether they hate it or love it, it will always be a part of them…a part of what they are made of. If you haven’t followed Charmed from the 1st season then it really doesn’t make much sense…But Charmed is a fantastic show, which keeps you glued to your seats with the remote in your hand, because its one show anyone would hate to miss…Infact I recommend this show, because every season when you least expect it a new turn in the story, a large bend appears, keeping you watching!!
Soumya Dasgupta, Mahi Titus, Jahan Adil Nargolwala,
Tarunima Prabhakar, Diva Gujral, Akanksha Chawla,
Ria Sen, Amba Kak, Arushi Chak, Saira Dayal,
Arjun Srihari, Nakul Dev, Varini Sharma, Jaagriti Seth,
Saranya Mishra, Svati Goyal, Rhea Maini, Simrat Dugal,
Udit Vira, Nitya Vaishanavi Singh