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Edited by: Sahana Inuganti

I’m a content writer, I guess. So, evidently, my articles have a huge audience. Of 2 people. One of whom is my editor. To be fair, even I don’t read my articles once they’re published (pehle readings toh khatam ho jaaye). If nobody’s reading this, does that mean I could get away with writing almost anything? Anything? Well then, welcome to my rough book. I’m just going to freestyle. BRB.

  1. Citations for ICT final paper:

Quirk, Sophie. “Manipulating Responses.” Why Stand-up Matters: How Comedians

Manipulate and Influence, Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2015, pp. 97–117. 

Schopenhauer, Arthur. The World As Will And Idea. Translated by R.B. Haldane and J. Kemp, 7th ed., vol. 1 3, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1909, p. 95.

“Vir Das: Losing It.” Netflix, 11 December 2018, www.netflix.com/in/title/80995991.


uploaded by Vir Das COMEDY, 19 March 2020, www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEqmV8viq5E. Accessed 13 April 2022.

“Why This Kolveri Kolaveri Kolaveri Di.” Hehe Fooled You, You’re Not Reading This.

Apologies to my editor, 15 April 2022, www.readthisarticleApparentlyIt’s2good.

Accessed (actually I’m Non-access) 15 April 2022.

  1. Movies to give the opposite team during dumb sharaaz charades*

→ Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (Language: Sacha Baron Cohen se pooch lo)

→Jal Bin Macchli, Nritya Bin Bijli (Language: Fish bol sakte hai kya?)

→Shin Shinaki Boobla Boo (Language: WTF?)

→Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyun Aata Hai? (Language: Hindi)

→Mohenjo Daaro (Language: Hehe flop)

→The Shawshank Redemption (Language: English)

→Matru Ki Bijli Ka Mandola (Language: IMRAN KHAN IS IN THIS ONE)

→Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (Language: English)

→Tu Bal Bramhachari Main Hoon Kanya Kunwari (Language: Too much Hindi)

→You’re Not Even Reading This, Are You? (Language: Dukh. Dard. Kasht. Peedha)

  1. ✨Note to self ✨:

#1 If you don’t know how to shoo a lizard, don’t try negotiating with it in Parseltongue. That’s for snakes.

#2 If you’re scared of the dark, start singing. Then the dark will get scared of you.

#3 “Good things take time, that’s why I’m always late,” doesn’t apply to you; it applies to the lyrics in a 13-minute-long Pink Floyd song.

#4 “Fire in the mountain, run, run, run!” loosely translates to, “Nobody loves you, lol, lol, lol!”—the ultimate friendship test at birthday parties.

#5 When a person asks for your number, they aren’t talking about your chashme ka number. Dumbhead.

#6 You can offend 22 Ananyas from UG’24 if you say, “I hate Ananya,” on campus’ confessions page. Wow.

#7 If you think everyone hates you, you haven’t eaten the coconut barfi at the mess yet.

#8 If no one reads your articles, write a silly article about it. Hopefully, they’ll read that article.

  1. Laundry items:

Dark blue joggers

Half-sleeve pink hoodie

Online se liya hua tie-dye top 

Kurta (white and blue)

Hard Rock Cafe Baku t-shirt

Escape from reality t-shirt

Black & white spotted top (Mom’s)

AND’ ka black self-care top

Zaraa ek baar phir se padh lo

  1. Personal finances for the week:
Saturday-Sunday135SubwayGot cookies. This PMS also na. Justified expenditure.




Tuck Shop 

Documents Centre 

Everyone ate saath saath. Justified expenditure.

Bar soap broke. Justified expenditure.

Black and white printouts for ICT 2nd draft. Justified expenditure.


Fuel zone


Spring Haat

Cappuccino. I can’t do 8:30 am classes, sorry. Justified expenditure.

Bun Maska and chai. Because I miss Irani Cafes in Mumbai and I miss home sometimes. Justified expenditure.

Chicken Biryani. Nuff said. Justified expenditure.

(There may or may not be an unrecorded, additional 100-800 bucks splurged or not splurged at friends’ or not-friends’ stalls). Justi-un-just-unfied expenditure.
Wednesday156Documents Centre COLOURED PRINTOUTS ARE 12 BUCKS PER PAGE?! Injustice.
  1. Wordle scores:

Wordle 299 4/6 (Dad)





Wordle 299 3/6 (Me)








  1. If ax² + 2hxy + by² = 0, prove d₂y/dx² = 0

Differentiating w.r.t. x

2ax + 2h[x.dy/dx + y(1)] + 2by.dy/dx = 0

2 [ax + h[x.dy/dx + y] + by.dy/dx] = 0

ax + hy + hx.dy/dx + by.dy/dx = 0

dy/dx = – (ax + hy)/ (hx + by)

Differentiating w.r.t. x

d₂y = – [(hx+by)[a + hy.dy/dx] – (ax + hy)(h + b.dy/dx)]

__     _______________________________________

dx²                             (hx + by)²

d₂y = – [axh + aby + h² x.dy/dx + hby.dy/dx – axh – abx.dy/dx – h² y – hby.dy/dx]

__    ___________________________________________________________

dx²                                         (hx + by)²

d₂y = – [y(ab-h²) – dy/dx.x(ab-h²)]

__     _______________________

dx²                    (hx + by)²

Mad or what? I’m not typing the entire sum out, even if it means forsaking the opportunity to say, “Hence proved”. I just wanted to scare any non-math majors here, hee hee. But they’re not even reading this.

  1. Posts for when I’m sad:

https://www.instagram.com/p/CRlSTvKFWJ5/ (this is the best one)


Dunno ’bout you, but at least this article’s going to show up on Google when I search for it. If only you’d read it. Hehe.

Delzeen is a content writer at Her Campus, Ashoka. A fresher at Ashoka University, she plans to major in either English & Media Studies or Psychology. When she isn't found playing the keyboard, dabbling in digital art, or cycling, she's usually sleeping on her own shoulder, cracking the worst PJs, or passionately talking about her love for cheesecakes and instrumental music :)
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