Sunday, June 04, 2006

"Postpone anger."

Wise words. Especially when one finds them coming from a chubby thirteen-year-old. It's a technique he apparently uses in real life. To cite his own example (sorry, not verbatim): "If I'm livid with a friend and want to punch him in the mouth, I tell him to come back the next day and I'll punch him them. And, it works for me." Wonder why Dr. Buddy Rydell (Jack Nicholson) never recommended it to his patients. Maybe, He didn't know the technique that works for Pratik (see above), who's a summer vacation student of Ujwal. She told me the story. Take a peek at Leonard Ingram's Anger Management Blog too: (Want more Pratikisms? In the context of an essay assignment,'Every life must have an aim', he coined these contemporary similies: "Life without an aim is like a mobile phone without a Simcard or a plane without a pilot.")

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