Thursday, October 9, 2008

A Spoiled Games Period

Yesterday was my games period. It was totally spoiled. Let me tell you how.

We girls decided to play Kho-Kho and the boys decided nothing but to spoil our game. So they sent Prabhjot to do it. He just sat in the track. I got angry and angrier. It was my turn to run. Jessica of the opposite team asked me why I was not running fast enough. I said, it doesn’t matter to you, because if I run slowly, it will be easier for you to chase me.

The boys were disturbing our game. So I decided I won’t play because I was filling up with fire of anger. I sat on a bench. I saw two girls named Arpan and Manvi were saying that we would play only in the shade because we will get sun-burnt. I told them it is not your beauty contest tomorrow that you have to be protected from sun. Then all the girls decided that they will not play kho-kho, they will play catch-catch. Both my best friends Ashpreet and Gurjit saw me sitting alone so they decided not to play. Some boys challenged us to catch them. All of us girls caught them and the boys learnt their lesson right.

Still it was a spoiled games period.

30 comments:

Manasa said...

:( you must've taught the boys a lesson that they should never mess with you.

ANWESA said...

so did the boys learn a lesson?

Indian Home Maker said...

Hi Rasan,
Boys, I tell you, are a real pain, always troubling us girls, no? Next time they play you also run away with their ball or bat or all of you sit in their tracks, only when they say sorry you should get up :))

Sidhusaaheb said...

Young lady,

If two girls were saying some thing, I suppose it is safe to assume that you heard them, besides having seen them.

Sorry if I, too, spoilt the fun here, but, you see, I'm still a boy at heart even though I'm more than old enough to be a man!

:D

Devaki said...

Hey, never mind one spoiled games period - I am sure the boys learned their lesson and the next games period will be lots of fun! :)

Keep writing Rasan, you write really well.

Pinku said...

Hey Rasan,

have been waiting for your post for a long time and am real glad to see it up finally.

As for the boys, make sure you give them a tit for tat lesson next time they play.

But know what, when you grow up you will remember these times with nostalgia so enjoy them while they are there.

Gazal said...

boys will be boys rasan

they never learn their lessons....

good that you put up a good fight.all these things are what makes up for the happy memories of school.

you have a lovely name

maheshinder_singh said...

hello my sweet doll. Good to see your post. Keep writing.I will not comment on the issue but will say that keep laughing and enjoying every bit of your day. Feel cool about everything.
With love,
Your Papa

Balvinder Singh said...

Hi Rasan, i read almost all the posts in your blog. You are a highly talented girl. Your posts have intellect, innovation, art and to top it all, humour in them. I just could not control laughing out loudly in my office after reading that the face of one of your Papa's friends looked like Maruti Zen. Keep it up. God bless you.

Anonymous said...

Rasan Beta, I was waiting for your posting. Its a nice experience with a team, in play ground, where we learn a lot, specially fighting with a cool mind, with sportsmanship spirit, which you inherited from your Papa, and grand Papas- maternal as well as paternal.
Fighting spirit in co-ed, make you stronger, more balanced and cooler with lot of patience.
This is of course, out of my personal experience, my dear!

So go on, play in play ground and compete in studies too, no matter if that day match was not a fun. Even it left for you a good experience of writing it down.
You can say it was a memorable day with a different type of fun for girls.

I saw in you a budding writer.
Keep it up. It gives you a bundle of satisfaction.
A regular visitor to your blog,

Dhindsa

tulips said...

hi rasan, first time to ur blog..quite impressive n too cool for a lil one..keep writing sweetie!

churningthewordmill said...

hi rasan, i found your blog through ur mom's. i think its really cool that u have a blog!

dont feel so bad about the spoilt games period.im sure the next one will be a lot of fun!
mandira

worldthrumyeyes said...

Hey I used to love kho kho :)

And cute little blog u got out here and that clock is specially cute ;)

ਸਾਥੀ said...

Hi Rasan
Very well written. Don't be scared of the boys. You girls must assert to have your right to play the way you want.
With Best wishes
Nanoo uncle

Life Begins said...

haha..this is such a nice post...i recalled my own school days and games periods. It was great fun. Enjoy every moment ... you will remember these forever and they will add smiles to your life always :) God Bless u.

Imp's Mom said...

boys will be boys rasan, and they never grow up. you definitely need to teach them a lesson that they will never forget, indian home maker has a very good idea.

You have a very cute blog, love the smiley face...my first time here, got here form your mum'ss blog...and will definitely be back. so keep blogging :)

Tandarin Nike said...

Hello Rasan, So nice to read your latest post. Boys will be boys but girls like you have to put them in their right place. I enjoyed your post thoroughly. Keep it up. God bless you dear.

Manish Raj said...

Hey Rasan

Boys are not always 'bad'.

Next time, you offer Prabhjot to play with you all. He will not mind the sun.

And yes, if they continue to disturb, teach them another lesson - tell the class teacher for separate games period.

Keep posting !!

oceanic mirages said...

girls are the best and the boys must have learnt the lesson well,
b/w it was so nice to come and read your blog Rasan. kewep up the good effort.

oceanic mirages said...

girls are the best and the boys must have learnt the lesson well,
b/w it was so nice to come and read your blog Rasan. kewep up the good effort.

Hip Grandma said...

good for you that you taught the boys a lesson.I hope they remember it always.

DeeplyDip said...

Rasan you seem to love sports...don't you? If I were in your place I would feel angry too :) but what to do boys will remain boys. We girls have to learn to deal with them sooner or later.
Very nice post. Keep writing :)

Monika said...

boys take special pleasure to tease girls... good that u taught them a lesson :)

phoenixritu said...

Good for you! Boys are like that. We need to teach them a lesson always...... even when they grow up. We have to teach them to play their own games. Keep blogging :)

~nm said...

Hey! First time here. First of all keep the blog going :D

And glad that the boys learnt their lessons in the end :D

How do we know said...

Welcome to blogging sweetheart!! Hope u make many friends here and we are able to share a lot more of these experiences with you.
Oh, and did i tell u? You write really well. Almost as well, if not better, than your mother.

Oreen said...

HA HA HA HA HA . . .
there will be many more games periods, but good you taught them a lesson . . .

Nidhi said...

hi rasan, i love reading your blog :) you should write more often!
hope the next games period is more fun!

roop rai said...

wow was 'taran madam' not around? :p she never lets 'boys' even talk to 'girls' ... let alone play catch-catch. ;) also .. names of kids have changed so much since i was last in GNPS! :)) a good change though.

very sweetly written, my sweetheart. it reminded of my days when i played kho-kho on the same grounds. :) and basketball and badminton ... ahh live your life the bestest! my love to you.

Jagjit said...

nice lovely post. i nw to ur blog. let me read other stuff... looking 4ward to see the chinese sepak punjabi :)