Anyway, let’s not digress. Fruit shops make me happy. Bigger the shop, happier I am. No, not Reliance Fresh kinda bigger. The bigger, local ones that are nicely stocked are the ones that I am talking about. So I stand in the middle of all the fruits, and they call out to me hoping I’ll take them home. Alas, there are only so many I can buy in one go. Moreover, my preference basket usually has room for only 3-4 categories. Soft pears and cheekus always make the cut. They make my tummy soooo happy!! 😀 Even though I love apples, I have stopped buying them because they make me unbelievably hungry and there is never a good time to do that to myself because I am hungry all the time any which way!
So, today, along with pears and cheekus, I chose to buy a watermelon. I know having a watermelon is a family activity. And now that I am back to spending some more time with friends in the hostel, I decided in favour of the little watermelon. And then what happened! Senior miyan mentioned mangoes. I went berserk. Rs. 1600 for a box of mangoes. But before I could give him the look, he made me smell them. And I swear to god it was the best feeling I have had since the day I saw my mom, last! So I nicely asked him how much he would charge for one mango. He quoted Rs 150. With a lot of courage, I got to keeping that one mango down. He told me I could pay whatever I want to for it, but should take it along. But I suck at that kind of bargains. So I kept insisting that I cannot afford it as a student, and he kept lowering the price. I made a genuine bargain. He gave it to me for Rs 50. And I brought it home!!!! You know from which budget I paid for it? The one I had for the flowers I was waiting to buy for myself post the V-Day madness. But this time I happily gave up on them. Mango!!!
While having it I could smell all the summer afternoons spent at home. Thank god my mom, dad, and bro never used to be home. Today I didn’t feel weird eating alone thanks to the training I got at home.
The happiness Fs of my life help keep that one degree of sanity that I can positively claim.
I remembered that my initial months here were very comfortable. I was detached, sane, and sorted. I stayed happy. And then lots of Fs of lots of factors effed my happiness. Of course, I will be taking full responsibility for all of them. Don’t worry, I am not blaming you.
But I liked being sane, man! I liked not giving a fuck about getting too close to people. Doing it one-hundred-percent sucks! And letting them in in your zone sucks more.
Oh, by the way, remember my superhot boss from WWW? He is marrying the girl he was dating in office. I saw their pictures on Facebook and started smiling along just watching their smiles! I hope they stay blessed.
Now I will go. Just had to talk about the mango. 😀
P.S. – Photography also begins with an F!
6 thoughts on “Head Rush”
Me loves them mangoes, I would have gladly paid 150 for that mango…and then starved for the rest of the week! Lol!The aroma of mangoes and the taste is HEAVENLY!!!!!!!! Oh Lord how much I miss the mangoes…haven't had a decent mango out here in the past 10 years! 😦 You buy one and then keep guessing as to how it would turn out to be!I also buy my weekly supplies of bananas every weekend…my lunch is a banana and a cup of tea!!!!
Hehee… well, when all your expenses centre around food, starving yourself for a week is a big big deal!But 10 years?! :O I can't imagine what that must feel like. Now that's a healthy lunch! 🙂
I loved this post :)FUN also begins with F and your posts are FUN to read 🙂
Haha..I enjoyed reading this post.
I love it that you wrote, 'now I will go' !!=D
Swati,Heee… thanks!! :)Saurabh,Thank you.Pritam,Because it is correlated with current happenings? 🙂