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Biography Of Arpan.

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Dear unfortunate reader, it appears that god has chosen you to undergo a lot of suffering today. Here is a story... a story about whom you ask? Words cannot begin to depict the thing... the immense strangeness that is ARPAN. I am awfully sorry that you have to read this, but I must because I am the chosen one!! The one who will bring balance, yes!! So I beg you to be courageous, valiant and confident as I have been these past few days, and bear witness to 'THE STORY OF ARPAN, ARPAN SALVANI'. The person who always finds herself lost in thought - it's an unfamiliar territory that man was not meant to cross. It has... I mean she has a spacious variety of characteristics ranging from, being amusing, to livid and mean. For the sake of the reader I shall not explain to you what the exterior form of this being is, so I shall focus on what the enlightened individuals of this small world have tried to achieve and observe the inner beauty of Arpan. She really isn't the same from the inside you see. To discover and comprehend the true Arpan you have to *shudder* go deep inside her. The vegetable that would best describe and embody this perfectly normal human being (sure...) ...read more.


For example she isn't the strangest person in the world but she is strange. She isn't the world's most humorous and interesting person but she is a bit. So, I think you should know what I mean by now. If you still don't get what I'm trying to say then please put this piece of paper down because they are a lot of things yet to come which you will fail to understand. Now comes the part where I stop relating fruits, animals and vegetables with Arpan and start talking about her more absorbing and interesting side, or non-interesting side, you decide. If Salvani, Arpan could have any job in this world she would be a worm farmer... yes I'm being funny again. She would actually be a journalist (how exciting and thrilling!!) This is because she likes to write, observe and inquire about people and their lives. These can be the only possible reasons that I can think of. For more details on why would she want to be a journalist, please email arpan_cool2003@hotmail.com. (Quite an ironic email address don't you think?) In my opinion, Arpan can be quite greedy and mean at times because if she found a $1,000,000 lying on the street she would keep them all and spend them slowly bit by bit. ...read more.


joking). In conclusion, Arpan has two sides to herself. One is the mean, rude and unfriendly side or what you might call the 'evil' side, while the other is a kind-hearted friendly and lively side. She loves friends, who play the most important part in her life. She shows her true colors when she needs to. She is balanced in most aspects of life. Is sensitive and has a fast-paced lifestyle... all right I'm just starting to talk rubbish now. Oh my God! I thought this time would never come. I have reached the end of one of the weirdest essays I have ever written. After finishing this essay I will never look at an Arpan the same way again. I usually never forget a person, but in this case I'll make an exception. Arpan is good at everything she does and as far as I can see, she usually does nothing, (I'm only joking like I have been doing throughout the whole essay). After reading this queer piece of work you are probably as confused as Adam on mother's day. May you have a long life, unless of course your name is Arpan, okay that was my last joke. All the insulting and mean things I might have said above are purely for the sake of making this essay interesting and funny. One last thing... I find this essay as useful as an ashtray on a motorbike. You have the authority to do whatever you want with it. Peace... Hamza Mush 10Q ...read more.

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