Sunday, September 18, 2005

What's the story, morning glory?

There is something gravely wrong when you wake up at 5:30 a.m., decline to be dragged screaming to the gym by a fanatic mother who will go to all lengths to make you marriage-worthy, plop yourself confortably in a singularly most uncomfortable crooked chair, ignore backpain, and settle down to read the personal lives of other people, id est their blogs.
It becomes disconcerting moreover when you do an academic update of your position on the upcoming test prep.

Academic Update:-
1. Shakespeare's Sonnets - read 4. out of 154, was it?
2. Spenser's Faerie Queene - eh, what?
3. Bleak House, Dickens - only 60 more chapters to go. I've done myself proud, here.

Ergo, I shall rehabilitate myself. With my supreme willpower, I shall walk right around the blogosphere, without looking once at it, and go straight to Project Gutenberg for intellectual advancement and such like. See if I can't.


Teleute said...

didja manage?

and good luck :-)

babelfish said...

woman console're a bit better off than I am...I'm still procrastinating and consoling myself with thoughts of possible taxi-bus strikes from tuesday :D

rainbeau_peep said...

Teleute: I manage starting NOW.
Babelfish: I know I know, I've done my bit for the good cause, told at least 1 cabbie that he should fight for his fuel, and what better way to do it than go on an indefinite strike?

Unjustified Insanity~~ said...

1. Shakespeare's Sonnets
2. Spenser's Faerie Queene
3. Bleak House, Dickens
they(universities) really shouldn't force people to read ALL this.
one loses originality and starts thinknig that if shakespeare could be gay why not me.

rainbeau_peep said...

UI~~ eh?! what?!?!?! shakespeare was bisexual. and some of them sonnets are absolutely beautiful, really. read 147, 130, 116, for instance.