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Be Back Soon!

Hi guys!

I haven't quite posted in a while. Heck, I haven't even visited all your blogs that often, reason being that I'm giving my MBA interviews. So bear with me and I promise I'll be back soon coz I remember I'd left Alice on the verge of discovering wonderland and I'm very curious to know what happens there. So, on that short note,

BRB!

Be good y'all.

Comments

adreamygal said…
Hmmm yeah missing your incomplete story ..but interviews are imp too ..al d best :) tc n cme rocking soon:)
Mohan said…
All the best dude. Have a rocking time and take your time to come back. Career and life takes priority :)
Insignia said…
All the best best!! nail it down!!
Ana said…
*clears her throat and brings out the bhai accent*

Abbe O BRB ke bacche! Mere daaru party ka kya hoga?

*switches mode*

Erm, all the best shonu monu polu. :P
Esther said…
Shonak :P

take your time =))

All the best! :P :D
Mads said…
all the best..i hv to read alice ki kahaani...i thought i wud see the movie n then read it so i ignored those posts :-s
will read after my eggjams.
take care, kick ass in interviews :D

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