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PLANS Vs REALITY

by Aimen Saeed 2nd yr

Plans plans and plans…. That’s right.
With every vacation, there comes an individual resolutions’s list:
with dos and donts…. Goals and milestones :p
But at the end, it always turns out to be nothing but “FALOODA” !!
A COLD but TASTY FALOODA because you have loads of fun during vacation:

Here’s what happens;

1. You are so hell HAPPY  thinking about spending your time at home that you meet your friends like:



And during vacation, you pretend like: yeah, i give a damn about missing u guys !!

But when you meet after vacation:


AWW ;)
2. The second most important vacation resolution is: "losing weight" .... yeah you heard me..... you make many plans for exercise, aerobics and dieting and especially in Ramadan when you promise to say NO to  "fried food" but the result is ... well you know .... :D
Plans to join GYM.......


End up crushing your favourite chair !! :p
3. "Yar pura saal nai parha,,,,, bs vacations may anni macha deni hay, theeto ko bhi peechay chor daina hay" - 
yup palns to study like a THEETA


But end up SLEEPing like a BASS!! ;)
4. Whats the fun of vacation until and unless you undergo the phenomenon of bistiness by your parents;
    Or Amma k jootay ki baat he kch aur hay: jab tak paray na hum insaano ki tarah koi kaam nai krtay      :'D


When parents enter your room


As soon as they leave
5. You plan to study in vacation for the sake of "planing" only, crowding up the walls of your room with sticky notesand time tables and schedules, but you do know yourself that at the end you'll be  going back to university with a face and mind "BLANKER" then ever:
Your reaction  when your parents ask about covering up your Syllabus :p


Your reaction when your friends ask :
"KITNA KR LYA HAY?"


Your reaction  to every study related question asked by the teacher after vacation


6. Meeting your siblings after a long time :
The LOVE:
 


 And just after a minute: :')

7. This is how you think you'll achieve your "vacation-goals":
yup smoothly, not even a single breach, you even think you have guts to Ignore the  Ramadan-starvation and focus on studies:
achieving goals like a smoothie !!

But what u focus on is  FOOD !!
(wish there was a free-Food-giving super hero !!)
:'D

And in the end when its time to go back:
                     
              

And you feel like
"kash kash parh laitay"
And then in PROF season you feel like doing this:
But but but..................
With all the prayers we offer during Ramazan and with all the 
Duayain of our friends and family...... especially the "Pyar" we get with Ammi ka JOOTA,,,,,,,,,
We  finally finish up doing awesome at the end of the year !! :D
and
All's well that end's well!!
so..
ALL THE BEST FOR YOUR PLANS AND RESOLUTIONS
and

RAMAZAN MUBARAK !!
Stay blessed :)


                                           
                                       















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