Today...basically there was nothing serious work that I had...and my mind was upto playing some pranks ;)
I spent sometime reading a book 'What It Felt Like' ~ by Henry Allen, by the time I reached to the chapter where it says - Morning again - greed is healthy...I remember reading about greed for money at keshi's blog and here it was ironical so...something mischievious happened...and I thought to play my pranks on someone ...;)
“An idea that is developed and put into action is more important than an idea that exists only as an idea.” ~ Buddha
My morning started with some cool jokes which I received from my ex-colleague and a friend in Canada ...a very hillarious, funny with great sense of humor...! This guy has no limits...and I really miss those morning afternoon coffee times..:)!
"A conclusion is simply the place where someone got tired of thinking."
I did some pranks at home..and it was fun to trouble...;)...I was looking for some more...lol!
By now enough fuel was there for me to begin...and the timely phone call...lol! Since I was home...it was a wrong number...that I had to deal with...! ;)
The greatest mistake you can make in life is to be continually fearing you will make one.
Guess what...the person straight calls and start giving explaination to me only thing was all the time he was calling me look sunshine Michelle :D................!
I didnt speak a word but gave my nodd through my voice as hmm un huh..etc...! And it literally took 30 mints when my hand started hurting and I said...dear Michelle's sweetypie..(thats what he referred to)....this is a wrong number!!!!!!!!!
Not a shred of evidence exists in favor of the idea that life is serious.
OMG ....I dont know what happened...he just started crying...I thought probably its the embarassment...so I started helping him but he said...Michelle......dont do this to me !!!!!!!!!!!!
Love is temporary insanity curable by marriage
I decided not to play pranks on the phone ;)...as now I feel so bad for him :( But still...I am being a naughty kid ...lol
The world is a tragedy to those who feel, but a comedy to those who think. - Horace Walpole