Whatís the Season??

No its not Winters yet [its hot outside right now!]Ö every morning I do get up with a hope that the weather remains the same whole day, but its certainly not coming so easily this time!!

I can smell the ìtensionî in the airÖso itís easy to guess weíre having the ìExamination Seasonî instead.

Lately, Pakistanis are on the heights of showing themselves as One Nation; therefore, we stand together in these exams too. While most of the students of Karachi would be busy this month in giving their Mids or Final Examinations, [as most of the colleges/universities I know], it will no longer remain a ìSweet Novemberî.

With this uniform state of depression and tension, and the rate of change of examinations, I hope I donít get myself caught in the ìExamination Feverî as well. [You never know when a Virus may conquer you in this city!]

P.S: Prayers Needed!

3 Comments so far

  1. Abbas Halai (unregistered) on November 11th, 2005 @ 6:52 pm

    Why do desi’s pluralize the seasons? What reason do they have to say “It’s not winters yet?” or “Are you going back home in the summers?” when they’re specifically only talking about that season for that particular year. It’s a very weird desi phenomenon.

  2. MOON (unregistered) on November 11th, 2005 @ 7:22 pm

    Hmmmm Nice question!

    I dont know why people keep on using “URDU” words with English? Its really a weird “DESI” phenomenon.

  3. umar (unregistered) on November 12th, 2005 @ 11:32 am

    because we simply translate from “sardian” and “garmian”. i beleive english is flexible enough to accept such peculiarities. The ironic thing is, native english speakers break more english grammar rules and nobody notices them.

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