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The End of a Chapter..

From the past 6 weeks, I can confidently say that I’ve been having the best days of my life, (yet). I’ve gone out with friends instead of being stuck up at home in front of the computer all day. I’ve taken part in some really nice experiences like Paintball (yes, I’ll talk about it a hundred times and still won’t get tired of it. So what?) and Tweetups of different kinds. I even made it a point to meet up all of my old friends at least once. chapter_endIn June, I was always at home, either watching movies or doing something not at all worthwhile. I was repeatedly told to leave the house and go out a little. In July though, the complaint was that I was constantly away from home. I would leave at noon, having gotten up only at 10am, and then come back home only past 10pm. There were quite a few times that I had to stay over at a friend’s place because it was too late. I watched six movies at the theatres in the span of a fortnight, almost each with a different group of friends. Finished watching at least a dozen different TV shows. A couple of hundred movies still left. Gotten high a dozen times. Lost my mind at least a couple of times. Killed my iPod Touch once. Resurrected my iPod Touch once. Almost killed myself once. Waatevaaah! As with all things, this damn 6-week long run comes to an end. On Saturday, I bid goodbye to Bangalore, at least for another 4 years, as I move to Tumkur,  a town that’s around 70kms away from Bangalore. And although close, I still won’t be able to come down to Bangalore as much as I would like to. I’ve never left the Garden City for more than a couple of weeks. And I’ve never really lived by myself either. This is going to be… weird. I’m not leaving depressed or even a bit sad. I’m actually looking forward to this part of my life. A whole new friends circle is something that has gotten me excited as well. That doesn’t mean that I forget or leave my present friends circle. Nope. It just means we get closer. The fact that each and everybody close to me has said that they would ‘miss me’ (surprisingly, even the guys!), an emotional phrase that none of them had ever come even slightly close to uttering before, just brought us all closer than ever. Well that’s that, it’s time to bid goodbye to Bangalore… Image source: karenebiggs.

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Santosh

Gamer, Audiophile, Avid Blogger and yes, a Student too. Pakka Bangalorean!

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    Sathya

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    All the best for the new era that is College in a far off place. Trust me, your most memorable events are yet to come – the fresher’s party, fucking up practical labs, screwing lab assistants, getting piss-drunk and dancing like mad man during college day etc – you might have done (all of) these before but dare I day – the best is yet to come.

    ~Cheers

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    Santosh

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    Haha. I’m surely looking forward to all that Sathya. Hopefully it’ll be all good. ;) Thanks buddy.

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    Vikas SN

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    All the best for the new phase you are entering i.e. College. Hope you have an amazing time at Tumkur. However as Sathya Said, the best part is yet to come. Roaming around with Friends, Bunking classes and then Maskafying Attendants for shortage in Attendance ;) screwing up your exams etc etc
    Hehe Enjoy your golden period :)

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      Santosh

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      Thanks a lot Vikas! I’m really excited now. Leaving in a few minutes. :D

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