Random musings

Why are ‘apart’ments stuck together?

Who teaches spiders which leg to put forward first, when they start walking?

Why is inspiration momentary, while depression is more permanent?

Is it ok to kill a mockingbird if you realize that it is a crow in disguise?

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27 Comments on “Random musings”

  1. ish Says:

    Who teaches us to put which leg first? I mean, it’s random isn’t it? Don’t we learn it on our own? I’m confused. :/

  2. kaddhu Says:

    hehe…..nice post…..:))

  3. Prarthana Says:

    @ ish
    Its easier for us to choose, ain’t it??
    The poor spider has to choose from eight!!
    My funda: It may wobble and end up being upside down if it puts one of its hindfeet foward first…
    Then, who does make it ‘normal’ again??

    @ kaddu
    Yeah, thanks!! πŸ˜€

  4. Joel Says:

    Why are β€˜apart’ments stuck together?
    Well, I think this had come in the paper. Somewhere I ahd read it in BT. That question made me go mad BTW…

    “Is it ok to kill a mockingbird if you realize that it is a crow in disguise?”
    hmmm… πŸ˜•

    Nice thinking btw..!

  5. Prarthana Says:

    @joel
    Thank you!!
    Some people seem to think that thinking like this is a sign of madness!!
    I beg to differ… its called observation!! πŸ˜›

  6. kaddu Says:

    thinking like this is, well…eccentric…
    but then it’s ur trademark….n it’s wat makes u fun, so keep rockin!!!(n thinking like dat…it’s quite entertaining!! πŸ˜‰ )

  7. Prarthana Says:

    Well, u’re kinda calling me mad!! πŸ˜›
    But, I guess in a good way!! So, Yay!! πŸ˜€

    I rock!!

  8. Amit Says:

    Why does pain leave a bigger impression than love?

  9. Prarthana Says:

    Another one that just leaves you spellbound…
    You could probably try and convince someone by saying that it’s human nature!
    But I wouln’t be convinced with that.. πŸ˜›
    so… πŸ˜€

  10. arvind Says:

    he he ..lol
    may be the spider chooses from the front pair of legs πŸ˜›
    I got this through an sms
    why bars have parking lots when drunken driving is against law πŸ˜› ??

  11. Prarthana Says:

    Probably for you to take a walk home in the drunk state… πŸ˜‰

  12. Priya Says:

    Its all so hazy.

    No use even thinking man! Chuck!

  13. kaddu Says:

    I was calling u eccentric rather than mad…
    The difference is that eccentric people are a little cracked and weird but also dam brainy….
    mad ppl r just…well…mad…also unstable
    either way, dats some pretty whacked thinking!!!;) πŸ™‚

  14. Prarthana Says:

    @ Priya
    Its not hazy…
    Those are just mind-bggling questions!!
    Better than IIT questions πŸ˜‰

    @Kaddu
    Yeah… I know its ‘whacked’ thinking!!
    Thanks.. πŸ™‚

  15. wingardiumleviosa Says:

    nice one…like i said earlier, you wirte mind boggling stuff…and these are definitely better than IIT questions…tell that to your Sharma sir!!!

  16. Sindhu Says:

    AWESOME!!! btw, I love the way you write…

  17. Prarthana Says:

    @ sindhu
    Thank you!!
    Sharma sir will kick me.. maybe start crying by saying I offended IIT questions!! πŸ˜›
    πŸ˜‰

  18. vishesh Says:

    questions…i love them πŸ™‚

    Why is inspiration momentary, while depression is more permanent?
    for from bubble, air always is released πŸ™‚

    Is it ok to kill a mockingbird if you realize that it is a crow in disguise?

    What will you get if you kill it?

    Who teaches spiders which leg to put forward first, when they start walking?

    who taught you to ask these questions?

  19. nivedithasperceptions Says:

    Hehehe!Nice ones, unanswerable but nice! Gives some food for thought!

    @Vishesh!
    Dude! Awesome answers! πŸ˜€

  20. Prarthana Says:

    @ vishesh
    What has air being released from bubbles got to do with inspiration and depression?
    Try applying Bell’s theorem for further analysis!! πŸ˜› πŸ˜€
    Or probably something else which makes sense…

    Read ‘To kill a mockingbird’ then you’ll know better as to why that question was put forth…

    well, these question seem to pop up when I’m in front of the physics book… πŸ˜›

    @ niveditha
    Yeah, certainly food for thought!!

  21. Sujanya Says:

    Why do you think so much?
    Crazy girl….

  22. Prarthana Says:

    @ Sujanya
    It’s better to think this much.. than be brain-clogged!! πŸ˜›

  23. Lekhni Says:

    Is it okay to kill crows then?

  24. Prarthana Says:

    @ Lekhni

    Killing crows doesn’t signify any bad-omens…
    So, I guess people wouldn’t shudder to do that!
    See, the case is different from killing mockingbirds… These are a special variety, unlike crows

  25. anasrig Says:

    ooh, answers!
    1. apartments are apart, havent you seen that three inch space that they call the wall? shhh… dont tell dravid-no offense
    2. the one in front obviously, then goes quarterback, midfield and strike(s’posing the spider plays football)
    3. well what would you watch? – ‘sunshine girl’ or ‘the dark knight’? which one sounds like inspiration and which depressing?
    4. as far as you’re sure the bird mocked you, dont bother, just kill it.
    πŸ™‚

  26. Prarthana Says:

    @ Anand
    1.Dravid? Why him?
    2.Good one, for the spiders! Why can’t we have feet like those?
    3.I wouldn’t watch either of those! πŸ˜›
    4.Sharp answer that!

    Thanks Anand! πŸ˜€

  27. USpace Says:

    .
    Cool, good questions. I think depression comes on slowly and grows, and inspiration is a sudden spark, and will only grow if it is more positively encouraged and followed. Whereas depression, has to be actively fought against, or else it will grow on its own.

    I think baby spiders naturally put the most advantageous foot forward first. Just like other baby’s do. The one that is obvious to them instinctively.
    .
    here’s an absurd thought –
    your Supreme God says
    ignore inspiration

    encourage depressive thoughts
    and negativity…
    .

    πŸ™‚


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