Quote of the Day!

5-6 weeks – That is normally how long my haircut survives. And the last two weeks are just pathetic downright, but I am just plain too lazy to go and get the haircut done, before it starts going to crazy limits and people up in the office start feeling like they are seeing some “Mad Scientists” roaming around the corridors. Finally, before people start coming at my desk to see my “scientist” hair-un-cut style, and before people start giving me odd looks on corridors and on road, my intelligent brain finally decided that enough is enough, and I need to get a haircut. So here I am now, in office, looking much more subtle, finally feeling in place within the company. 🙂 I know, some of you would like to see my “mad scientist” look, but I didn’t think of taking a picture yesterday before the haircut – so you would have to wait for another 6 weeks to see it. Rest assured, you will see it someday. 😛 On that CUT, let’s go for the quote today:

“Nothing of me is original. I am the combined effort of everybody I’ve ever known.” – Chuck Palahniuk

Looking back at things, its very easy to realize how the people you have met have changed your life. 🙂

2 thoughts on “Quote of the Day!

  1. same pinch :D, today only someone in my office screamed that either you grow your hair or get a hair-cut done by tomorrow :D. If i go for a hair-cut in Chennai, I am sure they will again do a boy-cut they just do not know various styles in short hair x-( .

    Noted it down in my pretty dairy with my new pen 🙂
    Waise, neither my diary is original nor my pen or quote, it is combined combined effort of …… 😛

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