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Of giant waffles with a flying Punjab..

Yesterday

11:30 am - Sitting in a random building to get K's Adhar card digitalization done. Half an hour gone, still waiting. Why the hell is all this government work so slow. Why don't we have some system and better technology in 2016!

Sometimes I do wonder if things are going to change or will they remain the same no matter how much India progresses in other things. I feel certain things will always remain stupid, like our government. 
Anyways I couldn't care less. I have become so immune to our system. I just want to get my work done and leave. Our city runs on auto pilot and not much is going to change.

Now while I am sitting in the office and blogging, a couple has walked in. They are filling their details and having a chat with the manager. When the manager asks the wife for her number for contact purposes the husband exclaims loudly "no take my number, she is very careless!"
The wife was obviously annoyed and so was I, the only other lady who realised that it was absolutely rude of that guy to speak this way to his wife. Everyone looked at me as if I was suppose to get up and smack that fellow who looked like a giant waffle in a yellow checked tee. 

He later proceeded to the couch where his wife sat, he seated himself comfortable and then randomly jumped up screaming, "why the hell am I sitting next to you." He looked at me and laughed hoping I would find it funny too. Idiot fool. Poor K had to bear the brunt for that "waffle". I gave him a whole fifteen minute lecture on how men love putting women down, especially their wives in public. I ranted away to glory. All he did was repeat the sentences, "what did I do?" "I never say anything to you in public". 


5:56 pm- Surprised Dad for Father's day, had lunch with my cousins, now I am editing a book in the car while K has gone to exchange his trousers. He just needed to get his pants loosened but I have been waiting since forty five minutes wondering if they are stitching him new pants or something. 

Last night we watched Twelve angry jurors and Udta Punjab. Heavy night but what shows! The play was awesome. And the movie was next level amazing! In awe of the actors especially Shahid Kapoor and Alia Bhatt. Go and watch that movie soon! Udta Punjab is one controversial movie so a crazy incident had to happen in the theatre. Apparently a huge fight broke out during the movie between a woman and four men. Those guys were creating a havoc, talking and disturbing others. When the woman asked them to shut up they got unpleasant and abused her (verbally). She got so annoyed, she started screaming for security. She yelled like ten times, "STOP THE MOVIE RIGHT NOW!!". The movie was stopped, ten security people came, it was a huge scene which took fifteen minutes to sort. Everyone got up to watch the fight, record them and laugh. When a fight happens that's the only thing we do. We watch, laugh and record it on camera. No one helps or even tries to sort the issue. Even K ran to watch the fight. I just sipped on my Coke, waiting for the movie to start back as it was so freaking interesting! I must say it was an eventful day. 

 Next week we will watch Raman Raghav and Independence day (second one). So excited!

That's all for now. Will blog once I am back from Goa.

Peace. 

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