Sunday, September 11, 2011

College life.

I started college around three years back. Seems like a long time now. Well, like in most colleges, ragging is something like a tradition. Your seniors do it. Your friends do it. You do it. And most importantly YOU get ragged. In the institute where I'm from, (National Institute Of Technology, Calicut) ragging is not that big an issue. Its not because of any lack of trying. Government instated laws now hand out harsh retribution if you are caught for the same, starting from temporary suspension to year backs.

I'm not here to bore you all with all those details, so lets leave it at that. I am here to bore you all with my experiences in first year. Managed to live my entire semester (two in fact) with minimum ragging. Got into the computer center (where i'm not supposed to be, but meh), too many times. Started reading mangas. (Thank you and And some forum crawling. Forums are weird and interesting. You learn a lot about the world and the internet from here. If someone tries to be a prick (IRL or in-game, either way) he gets brought down. HARD.

So that's pretty much my first year.
So I finally decided to continue writing on my blog. I'm a troller at heart. So if I get chance to troll, I do it. Speaking of trolling, there used to be something called "rick-rolling". Used to be because, even people do get rick rolled, its on a WAAAY smaller scale. People used to go head over heals in try to get people rick-rolled. The original video is this

This is where people say, "You just got Rick-rolled". Just to know the lengths to which people go to to rick roll others, i'll show you an example. This is something that happened to me. I like to crawl through various web sites. Posted below is something from failbook

Go on, open the link. Read the entire post. Then listen to the video and you'll get what I meant. I'll be posting more stuff. Weird creepy, interesting, tech stuff. Anything interesting that I find while I search through the minuscule portion of the vast internet that I can look through in smy short life span. And Stein, ignore any grammar mistakes.