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Exams… are beautiful.
No, I have not lost my mind. (Waisay who knows. I might actually have lost my mind and might haven’t come to notice about it. You miss a thing only if you are too dependant on it, you see.) So regardless of whether I have lost my mind or not, I wrote the starting sentence with all my will and intention. You might then ask the reason. The reason, my dear friends, is very simple: Exams provide you with a reason/excuse for doing/not doing anything. And the question which asks if you were studying for your exams can ruin the whole flavour of this reason, so I would prefer not to answer it.
So you see, I didn’t update because I was busy with my exams. *innocent look*
But just think for a while. Aren’t exams a blessing in disguise? You don’t have to go to the market and purchase forgotten ingredients (examples: hari mirch, dhania, etc). You don’t have to worry about your shave and haircut, since you are so busy in your studies. You don’t need to answer the door-bell every time because it’s understood that you are studying. You get so much time in front of your computer for working out with the coding examples. You get the luxury of being alone in your room and not disturbed by your younger siblings because you have to prepare for your exam. You can create a mess in your bedroom with your textbooks, notes, photocopies of lecture slides and all other junk and not have to worry about it, because it’s your exam tomorrow.
And many other things.
What happens after the exams are over, however, is another story altogether and beyond the scope of this current post. But it’s not much though. You just have to think of some other excuses then. Some valid excuses, that is, and none of which can come up to the validity of its-my-exam-tomorrow.
Which brings us to the starting line again. Exams are beautiful.