Tuesday, August the 19th, 2003

It’s odd. As I had mentioned earlier, housing issues have been quite chaotic over the past few weeks. I did plan to best (ab)use the situation to my advantage of course, as usual.

So, ads were put up, people came, saw and all that jazz, and I had pretty much made up my mind to say no to every person however frivolous the reason I made up. Just as a friendly reminder to the ex-roomies that they are not entirely bright.

Anyway, today was different. The dude who came to see the place was actually nice. Not to mention, I can’t wait to improve living standards and not have to convince 3 other people each and every time it is not a waste but a necessity. Where, it can be anything from broadbroadband to digital cable, to anything that every normal human being needs. And of course, living with people of different cultures should be an experience.

I mean, that is one of the whole points of coming gazillion miles from home to study isn’t it? If it were the thair chadam cases that were the attraction, I’d assume IISc would have been a better bet. Not that there is anything wrong with that, not just what I am looking for at the moment.

Of course, the minor drawback is he’s a male. First, amma can breathe again. And secondly, 2 out of 3 isn’t so bad, for now.

I almost can’t wait for his response, and almost hoping and so on it’s a yes. Who’d have ever known?

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