Tuesday, March 10, 2009

The urgent email

The Director of Academics of a certain school had sent an extremely important and urgent email to the sports’ coordinator of the school who saw the content and decided that the games teacher (games falls under co-curricular activities ) needed to know about the matter.

The games teacher was a person who never used a computer and thus, had no internet ID. The coordinator, in an inexplicable moment of decision, had the email printed out and put the hard-copy inside the first-aid kit which the games teacher took to the cricket field every day. He never bothered to make a phone call to the teacher to tell him about it.

Two days later, when the Director asks the coordinator why he hadn’t looked into the urgent matter, the games teacher is called. In the presence of all three, the first-aid box is opened and the very urgent mail is retrieved!

Generations ago, love-letters would be delivered in a similar manner, resulting in sometimes hilarious and sometimes disastrous consequences. Circumstances and times change, but the drama of life remains the same.


nabadipa said...

I laughed and laughed and laughed!
Thank you for this writing.

A New Beginning said...

Good One Ayesha:)Certain things never change!
All the best to you!


nice one

Whirlwind said...

True. I guess its the drama that makes life what it is-interesting and hilarious.

Ayesha Parveen said...

@ Nabadipa,

Thanks for the comment :)

@ Sana,

Thanks a lot Sana, for always encouraging me. All the best to you as well :)

@ Ather,

Thanks for visiting and liking my work. Do come again.

@ Swetha,

Thanks a lot Swetha. Cheers :)


manivannan said...

That made a good laugh :) Well written!


Ravi Kodukula said...

Hi Ayesha...

The mention of 'love letters' brings some fond memories back...

Good read... looks like we will never be rid of the snail mail and its (un)desirable impact :)


Ayesha Parveen said...

@ Manivannam,
Thank you for appreciating my work.

@ Ravi,
Thank you for visiting and for leaving the kind comment.

Best wishes,

Anonymous said...

lol... great one

Salil Dhawan said...

Nice one really.Different kinda post.


sriharivatsan said...

Tx for dropping by and ur wishes and prayers for me...So sweet of u, actually am first time here...Interesting blog...Keep writing dear..

Ted A. Brooks said...

Today is my fist journey into the universe of blogging and I am touched by the many beautiful and inspiring sites to which I have been led. Thanks for sharing a part of your world with me.
Angel Blessings

Ayesha Parveen said...

@ american desi,

Thanks for liking my work. do visit again.

@salil dhawan,

Hi Salil, thank you for visiting my blog and for leaving a nice comment. Do come again:)

@ sriharivatsan,

Thanks for visiting; it is very nice of you. Do visit again.

@ ted a. brooks,

Hi Ted, thank you for visiting. All the best to you for your journey in the world of blogs. Do visit again.

Best wishes,

deeps said...

he drama has to go on..! (until one day the curtains come down...)

and when that comes down, no email and phone can help..!!

hey Ayesha, how have you been?

Ayesha Parveen said...

Hi Deeps,

Thanks a lot for visiting and leaving a comment. I am doing okay.

When will you update your blog?

Take care :)

ajay.rao said...

So much for the Global village:)

Ayesha Parveen said...

Thanks, Ajay :)