I hate waiting!

Yesterday I had to go for a teammateโ€™s engagement. I had planned with other teammates and told them that I will be there at the same time as them. But as usual, I was the first to reach there and others didnโ€™t turn up till it was almost an hour since I reached there! ๐Ÿ˜ Imagine having to sit through the whole function all alone without knowing anybody there! Why is it me who always turns up first everywhere? ๐Ÿ™

It was a small hall and I chose to sit in a corner since I knew nobody there. Since I couldnโ€™t see what was happening on stage, I moved to another chair and sat. At that time, people started distributing flowers to everyone to throw it on the couple and bless them. When people started moving forward to throw the flowers, I went to the last row and sat lest some flowers got thrown on me (!). Within a few minutes, someone came and asked those of us sitting in that row to turn our chairs and sit facing the table that was there behind and have our dinner! Since I had to wait for others to come, I moved to another corner and sat. I felt so stupid moving from one chair to another and keep waiting. ๐Ÿ˜ Before I knew it, everybody except the couple and their close relatives maybe, were having dinner and I was asked by many to go and have my dinner. Tired of waiting, I had my dinner and just as I was about to finish it, others turned up finally!

I hate days like these when I have to wait all alone for others. ๐Ÿ˜ก In times like these, my mobile phone is the one that comes to my rescue โ€“ I either SMS friends or call them up or type blog posts while waiting. Without my mobile, it would have been even worse yesterday!

9 thoughts on “I hate waiting!

  1. Adiya

    “type blog posts while waiting” – thats the coolest of ever and full use to gadgest into the blog word…

    eppadi oru “How to blog in 21Days ” dummy series podalam

  2. sangs

    Punctuality is no more a virtue .And its fashionable to be late:-P I’ve been embarassed by this whole arriving on time thing before as well ๐Ÿ™ Its really a pain when people do it IST and don’t really mean the time they say !

  3. vidhya

    Many times it happens to me too…. Even my friends tell me that im arvaakollaru so only i reach my classes early….. Only very few people are nowadays punctual like us…. But don’t know whether its a bad habit or a good one?????

  4. nandu

    As sangs said I have been in really embarrassing situations…. And I too don’t have a cell phone… these days I jus go in 30 mins, so neither late or too early!!

    And incase i don’t have company… I jus catch few kids thr and make friends with them!! ๐Ÿ˜€ Excellent time pass!

  5. kaushik

    looks like there are a lot of us who like to be punctual. But i guess no matter what, its better being punctual rather than late. As we say in german, “Besser eine minute zu frรผh als eine minute zu spรคt”. So, its definitely a good habit & its a pity that many have lost this virtue.

  6. Aparna

    Let’s hope others start following it instead of we punctual people trying to get rid of it!


    >And its fashionable to be late:-P
    I know! It really irritates me when I am made to wait ๐Ÿ™ Even if I go later than the said time, others still seem to come later than me!

    Hmmm. I wonder why all the punctual people end up amidst non-punctual ones

    Am happy to know that I have got company ๐Ÿ˜›
    That seems to be a very good time pass indeed ๐Ÿ™‚

    Agreed. That’s why I am still continuing to be punctual. What’s that German saying??

  7. Sami

    I belong to that non-punctual category ! ๐Ÿ™ but not doint that purposefully ๐Ÿ™ and asusually getting scolds from those who are punctual ! Thiruthanumnu parkkarean, anna mudiyala, but soon i will correct it ! ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Aparna

    Hope you correct it soon! Anyway I am surprised to see that you admitted that you belong to the non-punctual category. Many I know don’t even admit that


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