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Day 9 – Pav Bhaji, Pani Puri, Papdi Chat & Earphones

100 Happy Days – Day 9

Happiness is hanging out with friends, giving gifts and eating chaat.

As I mentioned in my previous post, my sister scored good marks for her boards and my best friend wanted to gift her something. The two of us decided we’ll buy her earphones since hers was spoilt long ago.

I told my sister that she & I would simply go to the mall and spend some time. She asked me if we could call G for a company. I said that he can’t come due to work. It was after we reached there that she saw him and understood that we had initially planned the evening together.

Though we tried to keep the earphones idea a secret, at one point of time, we told her that we wanted to buy her earphones. She looked at us shocked for a while, unbelievingly and after a lot of deliberation, we bought one for her. She was way too happy to say anything.

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She was all the more spell bound when we suddenly decided to go on the mini roller coaster. Now, she found her voice that kept repeating, “You guys are so sweet. Why is he spending so much?”. And all I could manage to say was, “Have fun when you do.”

The next program was to have some chaat. We ordered cheese pav bhaji, pani puri & papdi chaat. I loved the papdi chat for its tangy twist. It was a crazy evening.

And the happiness of gifting and seeing the smile on the other person’s face. That is my favorite type of happiness. I love planning surprises and buying gifts. And so, I loved this day. 🙂

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16 thoughts on “Day 9 – Pav Bhaji, Pani Puri, Papdi Chat & Earphones

  1. There are two things that I need right now. A younger sister/brother and a best friend who is currently in Ernakulam district (even at the northern borders of Kottayam, eastern borders of Idukki and southern borders of Thrissur will do) 😀

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      1. Hehe not just the mind. I observe things that most people don’t. I don’t observe things that people say I should. For instance, I have no idea about the Kerala map 😀

        I have unpredictable things happening. So can’t fix the event rightaway. Are you okay with any day? And how many days short notice do you need?

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      2. Normal people don’t know the borders of each district and state; unless you are studying for PSC or Kodeeswaran 😀
        I am free on most of the days; just a twenty four hour notice is needed – Sunday is less preferred, btw 🙂

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