Showing posts from December, 2012

A recipe for straight hair

Most of us love 'straight hair', they just look great. However they have to be silky and shiny at the same time, otherwise it will look just dull and dry.

I have a recipe for making hair straight.
1. Mix Mehandi and Haldi with some Gobar (cow dung)
2. Wash you hair with hot water
3. Apply the mix from top to down letting your hair be in total straight manner
4. Let it dry under Sun or fan (whichever is available) till its approximately 80% dry
5. Now wet your hair and slowly start washing it with water till your hair get clean
6. Let you hair dry under fan or at outside temperature (don't use electronic dryers)
7. Now, apply some good hair oil and comb you hair till they look beautiful straight hair

That's all :D

P.S. don't mind for using Gobar (cow dung) :D

"Going the Distance-"-my entry to the GetPublished contest

The Idea: This is narrator's own love story that starts in a fully residential school during his early Eleventh standard year. It turns ‘long distance relationship’ after two years as the narrator moves to Delhi to pursue higher studies. His beloved stays back in Guwahati to pursue Bachelors in Business Administration in a private management college. They keep in touch talking over from telephone booths initially, and later get themselves cell phones, which brings them together like never before, but also slowly parts them. They start doubting each other and having tussle over simple things like ‘not replying to a SMS’, ‘not responding to calls’, etc. This way ‘turbulence’ starts and never ends and ultimately kills the relationship. They patch up again, later, after 5 months of negotiations, but the wounds of the first break-up hadn't properly healed and ultimately led to a final parting with the narrator going almost mad and his lover resorting to Facebook friends to console h…