That first line kind of surprised me. I guess you mean the blood hits their face on the inside, right? Not splashed onto it? I was going to say, I don’t know what kind of job interviews you have… 😉
These are truly three nerve-wracking things, although the job interview is less exhilarating than the other two.
:p yes ofcourse from inside!
No way, when i went for my first job interview my face was burning and my heart was almost dead… 🙂
then when the questioning started things settled back to normalcy.
Life is like that!
Interesting… is the interviewer the first love?
(You got my url right?)
ha ha… may be..
i never fell for any of my bosses… or interviewers so cant tell 🙂
In India they are mostly married with kids… so…
Indeed! Just seen the Lunchbox. all men working and all the women preparing the food. For the lunch-wallahs to bring to the office. (Why don’t they prepare the food the day before and the guys bring it them in the morning?) 🙂
Loved the movie and was surprised to catch a few words in Hindi (Urdu) djaldi, atcha, tik-hay… (please forgive the spelling)!
i have heard its a great movie 🙂
i rarely watch hindi movies… they just cant get over the “love fever syndrome”… every story has to revolve around romantic love, as if there is nothing else in this world.
Same here with telenovelas (local soap operas) They can’t get around it. For instance: they can’t do a TV series on an honest cop trying to do his duty. (Cause there aren’t!) 😦
But do try the lunchbox. They don’t dance at the end!
i have read the story of lunchbox, if i get a chance i will watch it…
yeah, i know what you are talking about, when i see hindi movies about social reform the reality pops up in my mind and the entire thing looks like hypocricy i will rather see them chasing each other around the trees and singing love songs than preaching lies, practicing exactly the opposite in real life.
That bad, eh? Sounds like here. 🙂
quite similar i believe..
Romantic love is the pause in the relentless struggle to survive. This is why some people think it is the only game in town.
yeah, lucky for me that i have a tidy choices of things to make me happy 🙂
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