Friday, 6 June 2008

Mirror mirror on the floor...

Every time someone looks into it, they see what they want to see. Much as the evil stepmother queen from Snow White seen what she wanted to see in the beginning of the story, this glorious full length mirror makes everyone seems just slightly taller and slimmer. Not that much, but just enough. And I am always game to look a bit taller - being quite vertically, um, challenged myself.

At £9.99, the mirror was quite the bargain too. It seems far too good to be true, to be mine and to be in my bedroom. In fact it sounds so heavenly it must be evil...somehow, really, is it friend or arch enemy number one?

On a separate note, I've been tagged:

These are the rules:

1. Link the person who tagged you…Raghav
2. Mention the rules on your blog
3. Tell about 6 unspectacular quirks of yours.
4. Tag 6 following bloggers by linking the
5. Leave a comment on each of the tagged blogger’s blogs letting them know they’ve been tagged.

1. My ipod speakers does not fit into my right ear. Come to think of it, no speakers at all could ever fit into my ear. I think I am slightly deformed. ;p
2. I read something every night before sleeping, unless I am so so so tired that sleep automatically takes over.
3. I eat chocolate almost everyday...maybe even every day, after every meal and between meals.
4. I get bored with my look so I am lucky to be able to have my hair both curly and straight, and I am able wear glasses or not (one pair being a dark frame, the other being a classic rimless) or even wear coloured contact lenses or just go for the natural look with clear contact lenses.
5.I've adjusted to not having a TV set in London. DVDs on the computer suit me fine.
6. When I shop I can buy kiddies fits better than adult sizes anyway.

Okay, I am going to break a rules a slight bit here as I am not going to tag anyone, but if you want to do this tag please feel free and go ahead. You'll be surprised at what you discover.


Raghav said...

kiddie clothes...hmmm...anorexic are we?

Noorjehaan said...

no man. it has something to do with the vertically challenged thing.i do it sometimes especially since fashion has hit kiddyness so bad. i also try to eat chocolate every day...for my heart health:P

Prixie said...

raghav: quite untrue...i eat junk food as if it is the last manna on earth. im genetically predisposed to being petite...i think my mum was thinner than me. i tried to fit into her sari blouses from when she was my age, but no luck. its all her genes...

noorjehaan: u sound like gal close to my heart. thanks for the visit

Anki said...

hehe... mine left ones dont fit.. espevcially when i m walking or running .... they keep falling n i look like a jackass with one hand permanently fixed to the left ear
i recently bought these foam headphone covers... they make it fit better now :P

n yea kiddie clothes... lucky uuuuuu

mystic rose said...


mystic rose said...

ditto at speakers ipod not fitting.
and i cannot ever watch movies on the computer.

Anonymous said...


Point 3 - Aint nothing wrong with Addiction!Chocolates, cigarettes ... same difference (no response needed)

Point 4 - Operative word here being NATURAL?

As for your mirror:
Is it possible for you to be more beautiful or look more beautiful - then surely 'beautiful' would not do you justice.

Prixie said...

anki and mystic rose: tis comforting to know im not alone.

anon: hi my S.O...thanks for stopping by. u being too extravagant with your words again.thank you.
i gave you The Look for point 3. ;p

bedroom furniture said...

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