Monday, February 18, 2013

Theme 215 - Hundred

From @riddhiaswani: The generals foretold the result. Five against hundred, the outcome was practically written in stone. And as arrogant Duryodhan stood sentry, his massive bulk a mountain protecting his siblings, he was sure of victory. In the great war, numbers were everything. Except when fate decided otherwise and a hundred fell before five.

From @BeingInane: 

'Life hits me in the face,in the most unexpected times',groaned Ayan.
'That is the way it works,man.You think you are the only one?',retorted Deeksha.
'I want happiness.How much is it's price?',said Ayan,hopelessly.
'A Hundred',Deeksha answered.
'What?',asked irritated Ayan.
'Chocolate glazed doughnut',smiled Deeksha.
'That's happiness enough,for the time being',thought Ayan.

From @SaniaaSan: 

One, two... So he really wants to do this. Twelve, thirteen, fourteen. Can’t control his emotions, that fool.  Thirty-three, thirty-four. Has no idea what he’s getting himself into. Fifty-nine. Sixty. Sixty-one.  And now I must succumb to such stupidity. Eighty-three, eighty-four, eighty-five. Can’t back out now. Ninety-nine, hundred.
Wow, I really need to quit smoking.

From @divigyaan: She couldn’t stop herself from bargaining. Never did she buy anything without a haggle. “Miss bargain” was her second name and this quality made her the star in her college. But, as said, “pyaar pe kiska bas chala hai.” she didn’t hesitate to spend rupees hundred on a single red rose for her darling valentine. 

From @snehzana: She trembled in fear & closed the door. she knew there was someone in the house to kill her. After all, she should know it better,it was the side effects of watching 'hundred days' for the hundredth time.

From @zoarcher: Chotu eyed it hungrily. The green paper on the road held the promise of meals for a week. But his heart nagged him, it wasn't his to keep. So he ran after its owner. Jeet shooed him away, only to realise he was returning a Rs.100 note, which was obviously a fortune for the urchin.

From @tweettabulous: 

I'm tired.

I have a headache.

It's that time.

We never talk.

Lemme read.


Please take a shower.

I've sent the curtains to the dry-cleaners.

The neighbours have their parents over.

Enough of the cliches, women pick up this big hit called "101 innovative reasons to say NO to sex, with your husband"

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