My brother has always fascinated me with his unique ways of expressing his Love n Care. Just like Inspirations & Hope, Love-n-Care too are invisible at times. Go on with what he conveys in one of the mails he wrote to me and I hope you'll too find a reason or two to follow the Px. Cheers Ananti!
Dated: 6th December, 2009
This antibiotic course will start from tomorrow for two months.
Repeat after me:
"I will start Low Calorie diet from tomorrow.....No compromises at ALL!!!!"
Now repeat this after me:
"I will do stretching and run from tomorrow"
Now repeat this atleast:
"If I don't do this starting from tomorrow, then I will condemn my self to be an A*****E".
Please repeat this atleast thrice a day after every meal and u will find yourself in good shape or atleast guilty (whichever has no side effects).
We will win this battle-ground comrade!
Dr. Anant Puri
Fitness Expert (Presently down with Typhoid & not on seat)
Most of us know what a PJ is, (if not, then let me tell you its an abbreviation for Poor Joke).
A Joke (usually) is set out with an intention to entertain people and make them laugh. But! at times certain jokes tend to defeat the purpose and land up in the category of semi funny-stupid-senseless-pointless stuff termed as Poor Joke(s).
So, I'll be trying to prove why people (generally) don't feel like laughing on certain jokes called PJs.
Let, C = PJ, where C is a complex identity.
[a complex number z(a,b) can be expanded as (a+ib),
where, Re(z) = a; i.e. the Real Part
Im(z) = b; i.e. the Imaginary Part
and 'i' termed as Iota is an Imaginary Unit.]
Now, lets expand C.
C = PJ ~ ( P + iJ )
So, Re(C) = P; Poor part has the actual visibility.
Im(C) = J; Joke part is Imaginary, its a Joke and yet not a Joke.
You got na what I am trying to convey, there is nothing as such that one should laugh at. :D
Therefore, the very next time you shoot out a Joke and no one laughs at it, categorize it as a PJ, your Jokey part just landed on an Imaginary Lane..
Well... like most of the kids, or maybe some, I too love making cards, i know its bit odd a liking of doing a thing like this specially when you are grown up, or an engineer to be specific, but, then the cards too can have that grown-up touch or that Engineering edge in it... right ??
So, here is a card, which I have made for my Dad as he turns 50 this December.
49 is the Old Age of Youth,
and 50 is the Youth of Old Age!
You've got a long way to go man..keep rocking dude \../,
[on the inside]
[above is the cover page and this is the pop-up which appears when you open the card.]