Wednesday, February 10, 2010

A Crucial Matter.

There was a time when I seriously considered snitching potassium cyanide from the school chemistry lab, and feeding it to someone.A little over 3 years later, I might be meeting that person over cosmopolitans soon. 

The above statement might implicate me in a murder trial someday. Or, it might implicate her, in case she decides to poison me or drive a chainsaw through me in a dark alley or worse. 

P.S. You've got to love encounters with ex-arch enemies. Puts "living deliberately" on a whole different level.
P.P.S. I've had an unusually dramatic life. Contrary to probable assumptions, I haven't always been overly "dramatizing" it. It's true. 
P.P.P.S. I wish this was entirely a joke. Guess what? It isn't.

9 comments:

soin said...

you should have tried.atleast we could have determined how pure your school cyanide was..i knew a guy who tried to use school lab chloroform to rape the girl.chloroform weak.girl got up in a minute.guy fucked.sainik school.and your dramacity just makes me wonder more how you dint get along metal before itself.free

Sherry Wasandi said...

Everybody loves a scandal, eh?

I was a metal addict in school. It was all Megadeth, W.A.S.P., Judas Priest, Pantera, Uriah Heap, Anthrax, Sepultra, Black Sabbath and Within Temptation. I caused much pain to my parents and neighbors. Then I realized that real drama exists in subtle, cryptic lyrics.

Since then, I've been in love with Manson, Tori Amos, Radiohead, and Fiona Apple.

Much more dramatic than metal, trust me.

Sherry Wasandi said...

Oh.. and Alice Cooper. How could I forget Alice Cooper? My "look" was majorly inspired by him.

soin said...

lol alice cooper..you should have followed dee snider.thats real guts.and radiohead is brilliant yes.but still metal has its own charm.i mean the feel you get with for whom the bell tolls,the thing that should not be(symphony versions),ratamahatta is a different feel.for me its energy and noise.i am a lover of subtlety.and subtle lyrics are dramatic?strange.free

Sherry Wasandi said...

Dee Snider. Err... blond hair put me off. And that's where Slash came in. Though I have to say, "Twisted Sister" is a pretty awesome name for a band.

For whom the bell tolls-which one? Metallica or W.A.S.P.?

Subtle lyrics are like puzzles, that you solve to get to the real meaning. Or like an ocean that hides turbidity under a calm surface. And the heavens know how much I love a good puzzle. Therein lies the drama.

soin said...

metallica..yeah yeah all complex intellectual crap.for me simplicity is the most complex thing of all.tough and good.btw has tangle in blue got a new blog or something?free

Uncommon Sense said...

i thought rivalry died after 70s

Srishti said...

Ooohhh, this sounds interesting!
We demand a blog post on what happened over cosmopolitans!
Err, does that sound right?

Anyway, I always think what would happen if someone forgot to turn off that thing, the pipe from where the LPG comes and we do experiments in Chemistry. The burner? I dunno.

We'd get the day off for sure! :D

Sherry Wasandi said...

@soin: Have been scouting around for her. Google searches and all. No luck so far.

@Uncommon Sense: Depends on which hole one has been living in. :)

Thanks for visiting.

@Srishti: That post will be in the pipeline for a while. :)

And I thought about that too! Particularly since any minor "fruity smelling" ester was enough to make the whole vicinity gag for hours! Good times, those.