Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Let me see how I look


8 comments:

narendra shenoy said...

Objects which are usually the motives of our travels by land and sea are often overlooked and neglected if they lie under our eye - Pliny the Younger

The further away the mirror is, the better I look - Narendra the Shenoy

mnoxbpu - Word the Verification

Anonymous said...

Pliny the Younger was right. I am sure he heard it when Pliny the Elder was being scolded Papa Pliny. Bastige, younger siblings always learn their wisdoms from the pastings of the elderly (ah dhang you (not quite)). And they roam around flaunting their wisdom as "Shruti".

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Dr. (Mrs.) Pliny Mehta
1 800 CONVERSION
Licensed Convertor since 0 A.D.
"If you see no halo, its a duplicate."

krishashok said...

I used a concave mirror, and convinced myself that I was more ulta than seedha

km said...

Ah, but what if the binoculars are the Hubble Telescope variety?

Anonymous said...

perhaps that would be for "Let me see how i looked"

frissko said...

Everything looks better from far. Particularly if you're using Russian army binoculars. You get them everywhere.

A said...

Hmm what if a Prism pal wanted an introspection...So lonely it is, isn't it :)

N said...

Very neat!

Alternate interpretation:
Introspection = the little image we see of ourselves upon reflection.