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Your Weekly Dose of Kellogs

Hello there! We're back again today with some more choice bits of colourful reads from Kellogs. For those of you who just went 'What on earth is she talking about DUDE?!', you're welcome to join the ride by going through this first!
And now without further ado, we move on to our selections for this week.
Starting up, we have Farkhanda Qaiser giving us an exclusive tour through the various entertainment places for kemcolians and some much needed advice on shopping in Anarkali. For all you girls out there, this one is a must-read. Kemcolians Chronicles Part 1.
Next up, we have Iqra Ahmad giving us her own interesting account of the three famous, equally loved-n-hated departments of KE: Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry. Read on to catch up with all the dirty little secrets. Clash of the Titans

That's it for this week folks. Don't forget to post your comments dear readers because we'd love to hear your thoughts and opinions. If there's anything at all you'd like to share with us or talk about through Kellogs, just drop us a line at and we'd be glad to have you as part of our team.
We'd leave you with this thought of the day, a nugget for you to munch on till we meet again. Bertrand Russell says,
"If you desire glory, you may envy Napoleon. But Napoleon envied Caesar, Caesar envied Alexander, and Alexander, I daresay, envied Hercules, who never existed. You cannot, therefore, get away from envy by means of success alone, for there will always be in history or legend some person even more successful than you are. You can get away from envy by enjoying the pleasures that come your way, by doing the work that you have to do, and by avoiding comparisons with those whom you imagine, perhaps quite falsely, to be more fortunate than ourself."
Go figure people! see you next week.


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