Mom: There might be a problem with her. I mean, not a problem, but you know.. Dad: Nothing like that, she's just emotionless... Random Aunty: And sh'e so prone to accidents!! Do you think that's somehow related? Dad: Nah, she's tough. You've got to be brutal in today's world. Random Aunty: Yes, but yesterday, she was laughing at that weeping kid! Dad (gruffly): She has a sense of humor. Mom (biting her lip): Heh heh heh..... Me: I'm here you know. All Three: Oh, yes, we completely forgot. Here, have a samosa.
The above conversation might be an extrapolated exaggeration, but then so is my entire blog. A similar conversation did take place though. Numerous times in fact.
The most recent incident was when my younger brother asked me a doubt right before his first board exam (10th grade/O Levels) and I told him to wait because I wanted to watch a movie. A heated debate ensued. I quietly slipped away to watch the movie.
I'm not sure what's wrong with me.
Apart from the fact that I composed this poem:
little fairy, little fairy where are your wings? are you just retarded or is puberty not your thing? do you really think you should be wearing that white dress the pretty fabric is under so much duress
little fairy, little fairy where is your wand? do you think that thing there is a lump or a hand? hahahahahahahahahahahhaaaa
About the accidents part - I've been known to spill. A lot. In fact I also cause chain-spilling on occasions. The most recent excursion to accident-land was an hour back:
I was innocently surfing away at my laptop when stupid brother started heckling me about something.
Haughtily I shoved him which caused a slight upset and my mouse clattered down. I bent down to pick it up and banged my head on the way up. So the mouse fell down again.
Frustrated I bent down to pick it up again and the laptop slid down. I tried to push it up and it bumped my cell phone which slithered away on the floor. I was too exhausted to get up and get it so I tried to strecth from my chair itself without actually hauling my arse out of it and the chair fell down with an almighty crash. With me.