Tuesday, April 03, 2007

my hilarious school project2: I was and am a normal guy

After posting my hilarious school project on 'unicorn', I received lots of comments via blogs, telephone, in person, "What kind of kid was you them?", "A serial killer?", "What were you thinking then?". Well i don't have any answer for any of your queries cause I don't remember what I was thinking then. But I have another humorous project on 'yeti', which was also submitted along with 'unicorn'. This report does show my good and friendly side. By good side I don't mean I also had hostile posture, but to prove that I was just completing my project and nothing to do with my what so ever. Enjoy :)

This villanous guy but a friend of mine, even posted in his blog.



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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

hi anjesh,
i think you are from a farmers family and from a village. Am i right?

anjesh said...

No anonymous. But it would have sounded a little better if you say I am from mountains, which I am not again :)

Rumee said...

Anjesh... I am so glad I ran into your blog... this is hilarious. Post more if you have!!! You are/were crazy...

prawesh said...

Yeti, what were you thinking?? You must have been crack in those days but still today u look like a cracked up guy hehe. you were really a out of box thinking guy. continue. you make everyone smile. gr8.

Speed said...

Thats stupid , even if you are posting it for humor it is mere stupudity . But still its just a personal opinion so nothing serious though . Some people seem to like this stuff but i dont .

regards
speed

jasmin said...

hehe anjesh, that was really entertaining. nice to come across your blog..do u have ur article on unicorn somewhere in this blog too?

Niraj said...

Good work fuuche anjesh.

Keep it up

skandhar said...

oye.. what did chris heaton tell you after reading this and the other one. I'm not sure which one is more funny his BLUE MOMO'S or your submissions.. I'm sure he sat with Suzanne Vontour and whoever else, eating his blue momos, and laughing at your paper..

anjesh said...

@siku: I don't think Chris Heaton told me anything about the report (or I don't remember). He must have laughed, I am sure about that.