Has anyone ever heard of a food fair? Food fest yes..but food fair? I'd been to one recently..
Bookworms who don't get any company (and that happens more often than not) would get what am pointing at.. U drag along a couple of friends to a book fair..for company & the voila! u have a food fair.
It all starts when u spot a famous publisher's stall & simultaneously your company lets out a squeal of delight spotting a gupchup stall.When u finally manage to get them into a book stall , you spend the rest of the time in there busily browsing through books & avoiding eye-contact with everyone..pretending you don't know the gang of giggling,sniggering,loud gals tagging along with you.
One of them spotted the famous novel 'P.S I Love You'. A round of giggles later they realised that one of them had the same initials-P.S..What followed after that raised many eyebrows. I managed to keep my sanity, grab the book I wanted & sneak away.We went to another bookstall.Their one of them finally decided to buy a book.My book cost 40bucks & hers too was priced the same..but she argued-"hey! But my book is thinner than hers?!"
Then the most notorious one of the lot spotted someone having a chuski-ice dippedi in a myriad of colored water.For the next half an hour we made 3 rounds of the entire ground searching for the chuski stall.Someone suhggested going up to the Celesty ice-cream stall & asking them the wherabouts of chuski stall!
Finally after getting tired,buying just 3books..and binging on chaats,ice-creams,dahi-vada and other substitutes they gave up the quest for chuski.Only to spot the stall outside the entrance!!