Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Dunno why ?

It says  Autumn has started, though I am not feeling it. Today it was so warm over here. Still warm like a summer.

No sweat,  I personally like Karachi's long and warm noons. Just had my nap, and drinking my tea, but feeling so strange. May be I am so damn bored .My friend is planning a meet up, and do a lunch somewhere out. I am not sure going out at noon esp after 1:30. She will not get a permission  to go out in evening.  I just hate this " permission" dramabazi.and she is 30.

Most of my friends are  26 + , even  some are 50+. I enjoy being with them.

18 comments:

  1. well the weather is a bit off today... Will it be the green house effect something? Or prolly the ozone layer's hole is already big... We should be experiencing cooler weather now but it still feels like summer in here

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  2. it's been stable cool over here so far

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  3. It's the same here, but opposite! It's Summer in a month and a half and being Australia it's usually mid-to-high thirtys (celsius). Yet it's still pouring down rain and barely breaking out of the low-twenties. Really strange...

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  4. Just had a nap too and a coffee :D
    It definetly is autumn here in cairo.
    Windy, and chilly in the evening.
    Surely right away me n my son got sick :(
    I still love this weather, at least i dont need to take 3 showers a day!
    In germany its nearly 0 degree at night already :O

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  5. 30 AND IJAZAT?! ODDDDDD!!
    I'm not noticing the weather these days :D
    I love Karachi's everything!
    It was hot today when I was returning

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  6. It's warm here in LA too ;) Interesting to learn that in your country even at 30 you need to get permission to leave the house. Have a wonderful day.
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  7. If we only have fall her in our place.. Ill enjoy every single day taking pictures. :) Followed you too. Thaks!

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  8. 30 and still needs permission? from who? if it with her husband thats understandable but if by parents that would be weird

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  9. Am sure everyone looks forward to your company, Izdiher, regardless of age:)

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  10. over here t's hot in the morning and raining in the evening. friends will come in all ages

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  13. Hope all went well and the weather was to your liking.

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  14. salam super sahabat,
    tetap semangat dan sukses selalu ya
    ditunggu kunjungan baliknya :)

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  15. salam super sahabat,
    tetap semangat dan sukses selalu ya
    ditunggu kunjungan baliknya :)

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  16. salam super sahabat,
    tetap semangat dan sukses selalu ya
    ditunggu kunjungan baliknya :)

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  17. "Permission" from elders must be a part of your culture. There must be some who rebel, there always are. I was one of them. I made life miserable for my family...but was determined to be ME (Although I did not yet know who "me" was--grin!

    I reminded part of a story of father waking his son at 10 AM, telling him, "Wake up, Joseph. You are late for school, your mother is holding breakfast for you, the teachers are calling. Besides, you are 52 years old, and you are the Headmaster."

    HAHAHA! I am one of "those" friends of yours who is age 50+ + + LOL
    Live long and live well, and love!

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  18. Oooo, in my country, instead of calling it 'asking for permission' we say, "Well, I'm informing you..." It could sound funny and ridiculous at times to be going out on permission...but it would be great and worry free if we 'inform' someone, like our parents or elders where we are going ;)

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