Things I said in the future.

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Sorry, this post isn’t about the future, though it might. You never know. So here’s how it goes, sometimes when I look through my old emails I’m amazed at how much I resemble Zaphod Beeblebrox.

These are a few things I said in email conversations and other media in the past.The past is awesome and so am I, so here goes.

Well, I’m glad I left behind a legacy.
Isn’t it great?
I like that.

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True love?
Try dividing by zero.

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Either I set it up, or you do, or we draw back the pieces and castle our rooks behind the pawns.
Steeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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I could try to be nice, yes. But that would imply that I’m not already quite nice enough, which I am not, and that’s the thought that makes me sad. Not disappoint. Just unhappy.

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Though nothing can bring back the hour of splendour in the grass, of glory in the flower I shall grieve not.

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Go to hell, noob!

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I’m not worried about tomorrows aptitude test.
Infact I’m not worried about anything.
Except, maybe, that my DS battery is dead.

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me: okay, we’ll use brain damage. keep the lyrics handy

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Who cares?
No one cares.

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Perhaps I am foolish, perhaps I’m just a troll.

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Pink Floyd was the reason I found today’s test easy. It’s much easier to remember parts of a yeast cell when you’re listening to Shine On You Crazy Diamond.

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(Apr 8, 2009) me: What the heck?! NO! I dont draw cars in school, I do it here, on my comp.

And that’s all I’m able to find for now. I ran out of things to search my mailbox with when my search for ‘quantifiable’ turned up no results. See you on Monday.

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IIM Ahmedabad MBA 2021. My hobbies include being vague, bending rules, time-travel, and embellishment of words. This is my personal blog where I write on topics ranging from blockchain, to leadership skills and the consistency of jam.

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