As an update, everybody needs to know I managed to eliminate that stupid adware/malware I had accidentally installed onto my system. I spent three hours trying to get rid of it. Nonsense. It embedded itself deep into my system drives and I had to do all sorts of stuff with Command Prompt to get it out of the laptop. I hope that never happens again. Will this prevent me from downloading things onto my laptop? I think not. Will I try to be more responsible? Maybe. Only time will tell, really.
I spent a lot of time thinking about things today. Over the course of one hour, I found good music I was vibing to, a nice article I was reading – and several thoughts were panning around in my head – largely concerning my current position on things. It felt like an appraisal of sorts. I arrived at certain conclusions.
Do I like sauce? The answer is still no. However, I love Tabasco, and I really enjoy Nando’s Peri-Peri Sauce.
What would I eat for breakfast, if I could eat only one thing everyday? A nice mushroom,bell-pepper,cheese omelette, made with 3 eggs, and served with 3 slices of buttered toast. Alongwith a glass of cold chocolate milk, or orange juice. Lies. Dosa.
If I could change one thing about my room right now, what would that be? Air-conditioner.
You get the gist of things my brain was doing.
At which point I opened up ESPNCricinfo and saw that Royal Challengers Bangalore, a team I support in the Indian Premier League had ended up with a total of 205, with both of our best batsman firing on all cylinders. I was pretty sure we had this game in the bag, especially after a 0-4 start to the season. And more than anything else, as an Indian cricket team supporter, I really needed RCB to win so that Kohli would get confidence in his captaincy before the World Cup. There’s more at stake than this nonsense competition.
BUT OF COURSE WE LOST.
Why did I open the ESPNCricinfo page? I should’ve just stayed away from it. But NO! I was curious. I had to know how my team was doing!
One match bro.
That too after Bengaluru FC killed in the Indian Super League.
Why is being a fan so difficult?