Unfortunately, it wasn't a date with a pretty girl (darn it). Movie was with Rakesh and his friends and the Beach was with a bunch of guys I've not hung around with in a long time. It was my X D gang, the guys from my School JV. It was uber fun to say the least and it was easy to notice that the guys have learnt new ways and means to tease others. It was interesting to see how their failed college/hostel lines were the cause for a lot of Mokkais. :D
So here's how it went, Bheema (a freakingly bad movie sparing Trisha who was gorgeous to say the least and don't even get me started on how old that Vikram man is looking) at 315 in Satyam. Turned up late thanks to traffic on the Anna Flyover (as usual) and then to my surprise, the movie started just as I stepped into the theatre (those guys up at the Projection were waiting for me :P). So after 2 songs in 20 mins, Sappe and I decided to go get popcorn if the 3rd song comes up before the Interval (it definitely would and it did), Murali joined us. Nowadays thanks to the new bottled flavours at Satyam, I've stopped eating Butter Popcorn (yea, it was pretty hard to give it up). I love experimenting with the flavours, today it was Cheddar Cheese and Parmesan (I have no idea what it is) and it turned out pretty tasty. :D
So after the movie fiasco, we all gave it a Standing Ovation, which it so totally deserved. Got an SMS from Free asking me to be at the beach by 6. Went there by 620 (the freaking movie ran till 6) and joined the guys there. An hour later, we were talking to our Xth std Class teacher and that was reason enough to tease Jithu (its a long story). Later, Siddu, Varun, Jithu, Muruga and Ganesh decided to head back home. That was when AP, Hari, Free and I decided to head to Fruit Shop. As usual, change of mind and AP took us to this great place to have Sandwiches, it wasn't some fancy place. Just some local shop in front of a small supermarket. But then the sandwiches over there were so yummy. It was butter, cheese and more butter and cheese all the way. :D
After a couple of sandwiches there, we headed to the old Sethji shop near my place. I tell you, this place serves the best Masala Vadai there is. It costs 2 bucks (used to cost just one rupee, it was a rude shock to learn they hiked the prices) and it comes with freshly cut cabbage and onion and the usual green chutney. Its so so so Yummy. After a plate of some really hot and delicious Pani Puri, the others couldn't handle the heat and they went in search of some juice. I, meanwhile, patiently waited for my Vadais. :D After burning our tongues even more, the bill was settled at just 46 bucks. Is that cheap or what? :P We decided to call it a day and each of us headed back home.
It was super cool to get back with these guys and it really took my mind off from that godawful movie. Sigh.