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Sunday, June 17, 2012

Good Luck Brian!

If you have started to think that I'm developing some kind of blogging-phobia, then you might be right. I have no idea what is wrong with me. I have this urge to write when I don't even have the time to breathe, but I won't write when I'm doing nothing but killing my time doing all sort of silly things that can come to my mind.

And now we shall come to the title. The memes are a rage today. They are all over the internet. No matter what you are doing and how much busy you are, if you sight a meme posted anywhere, you will click it. And accept it, each one of you spends some part of your life everyday to browse through the memes. I too love them. I can not sleep if I don't browse the 9gag. Every night before I sleep, I'm laughing my a** out. But there is this one meme which I don't like and my heart cries for it. It's the "bad luck Brian" meme.



I don't know why is this even a meme. I mean, I know why and yes this photo is somewhat funny, but it is really not done. It's his pure bad luck that his year book photo turned out like this, but that is no reason to humiliate and embrace his bad luck in every possible situation. Why am I getting so emotionally attached to it? Because each and every circulating meme about the bad luck is just so me. I hate to admit it, but I so connect to this bad luck Brian. And trust me, it is NOT funny.

I initially thought that citing some examples of my bad luck would make the post interesting, but  it would rather make it depressing. Then I thought of making this an introspective post, but I'm so over introspection now. It doesn't help. If at all it does anything, it gives rise to more unanswered question in your life.

My life has been lately, like for the past 6-7 years, a chain of bad lucks. I don't easily come to such conclusions, but that is a long time. Initially I never believed in luck, but when you see the most favorable condition getting screwed up for no reason, luck is the best answer.

I'm not a pessimist. I'm not an optimist either. But yes, I believe this bad luck phase has to end some day. Come on, now this Brian guy is famous too because of his bad luck meme. If that can happen, why can't I for once again get a better luck with things. I'm not asking for every goody good thing to happen to me, but yes, at least the bad luck can now take some rest.

And why am I blabbering about it just before my birthday? Because for me my birthdays are always a new beginning to something in life. I just hope this one is the end to my bad luck phase.

Till the next time keep browsing more memes!

5 comments:

Ritvik Gautam said...

Brain.. Never really heard about him. :-/

But a nice post.. Every night has an ending, which is greeted by sunshine!
All the best! :-)

Animesh said...

Good thinking.

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Ritvik! Yes, that is indeed a wonderful thought! Thank you so much for the wishes! :)

Rose said...

Hey Animesh! Thank you for stopping by. And yes, I hope I keep up the good thinking :)