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Once upon a time, in a college of old, there was (and still is ) a Professor who amused his students often with his….er…’unconventional’ use of language.

As as all things in the cosmos must be in a balance, he had a student named Sarada who was equally willing to take down his words, well…word for word, so that she could appreciate their intensity later.
Sarada said :

these are perfectly quoted!….dont change them at all….:)!

one degrees

i have to do it 7 times…

i cant keep digging down

the mining has problems of his own!

so many feets

Nowadays, these toothbrushes – they can move their head and all…

when u dig a hole, cement comes out

whatever is coming out after being dug has to come out

this is also a structure even tho it is just like a well!

addition of a high density liquid to push up the muddy part!

if the pressure is not enough, the petrol will initially come and then it stops coming…

you see cracks in the wall, doesnt mean the entire wall is gonna fall.

the amount u put in depends on how much petroleum comes out

is uptil now very clear?

good amount of wastage

A lake that is 20 metres down

any other happening in the atmosphere?

this is a happening

since all the time

simple and compound leaves have their own problems

the bees dont dance outside the house

the problem is not a very simple problem for one simple reason.

how does the ocean manage to transport oxygen to lower levels

its a turnover in water

the water is transparent

is water viscous?

how will this help something in life?

the structures should press something

i dont want to repeat it cos then it will become some kind of repetition

there is something outside the library called as water

water vapourises into an autoclave

“take home kind of message”

a burrowing habbit

as u go north, the body size increases!

animals can move, plants cannot!

inevitably the sun is so big

plants start throwing out flowers

growing up of flowers

i cant say anything of tomorrow

build a lens and burn a nation

hydrogen is made available into cars

catching hold of the pipe and hence catching hold of the heat!

charged up into the rivers…

when u do a bit on your fermentation process
corrosion-erosion kind of effect

it doesnt suit the economy of lectures

birds drop down

when it gets stung, u dont want to be there

its a part of relation to that

type of light available downstairs

its easier to score marks than to lose marks

i am a very small part of the exam… are you

if u consider the genome and the board papers….there is more redundancy in these papers!

the ES forces me to tell you the marks and answers.



Written by Nash

August 16, 2006 at 6:33 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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  1. dawg!!!!!!!!!!! if i get into trouble…@#$%&*…altho’ oh myyy goddd…..all the hours i spent writing it….its soooooooooooooooooo worth it! havent laughed so hard in ages!


    August 17, 2006 at 9:01 pm

  2. I recently got suckered into joining Orkut .. found out Amar had a blog, and found your blog via his !

    Anyway, congrats on your new job in Germany, always knew you’d be a shining star 🙂


    August 26, 2006 at 1:01 am

  3. […] Nachiket recollects a professor who amused his students with his ’unconventional’ use of language. […]

  4. ha ha ha.. enjoyed every bit! i wish i’d had the patience to take down my professors words…


    August 26, 2006 at 2:09 am

  5. That was funny !! 🙂

    Swapna Krishnan

    August 30, 2006 at 5:08 am

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