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I posted a reply in a forum a few days ago. Today, when I logged in, I saw my comment was quoted by another guy. But I couldn't quite get what he meant.
Here is my comment.
Here is this guy's comment.One sad fact is that most guys I knew in my uni, including me, ended up disliking lives in their own flats. One of my flat mates had an ego ten times bigger than his body, which weighed around 100 kilos. In the third year, more than half of the guys in my flat moved out because of him. I didn't, but I would always stay in the neighbouring flat untill one or two in the morning. I really loved the people there and they loved me too. Looking back, I find it difficult to believe that for nearly two years, I regularly spent two or three hours in that flat, before I went to sleep. Yet we never ran out of laughters.
Does he mean It's really a sad story, or Dude, that hilarious and you've got my tears out?That brought tears to my eyes
Judging by this thread, and only by this thread, bhai is a cynic, and I am a romantic.
I must be an* apathetic then because I don't understand why the story would bring tears to anybody's eyes.
*this is incorrect
If anyone accuses you of not being sarcastic (when needed ), just say a word, and I'll stand up for you. (I should stress that it's not my own experience. )
Montserrat Caballe's rendition of "Casta diva". (But why the bloody hell is there a dislike button? )