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The Blood Irony

I was looking forward to score points with God by visiting a blood donation camp organized in the campus. Sometime before I was setting out, Ankur showed up at my room. He was slightly hesitant about coming along after hearing a friend’s horrific story subsequent to a donation. I still maintain that the story was made up. Anyhow, after some ‘palika bazaar’ style arguments from my side, Ankur decided to tag along.
The irony…? Well, the doctor found me unfit to donate blood while Ankur ended up doing so, and getting an appreciation certificate and some chocolates in the process. Needless to say, I gobbled up the goodies. The second humorous thing about the incident was Ankur’s horror stricken face and comments throughout the bleeding process…
“I feel funny (gasp)…am sick.”
“My hands are going cold (sob).”
“Why are you having the chocolates?”
“I don’t think my blood will clot.”
Decided to end the day with scotch to smooth things over…

12 replies on “The Blood Irony”

@Anon – They were chocolates….as ankur had put it in a prev blog, resistance against them is futile
@Nisha – Seriously, do you think that is a plausible story?
@Ankur – Damn….its finished :), lets get more tomorrow

@ Richa & others – Please suggest how you would like eNagar to look like (Any suggestion regarding any aspect). We too want to give it a real good look.

ohh!! btw.. it was me 😛
i forgot to mention my name up there…..
ya.. but y wud he mention u feeling funny if u didnt feel anything like tht??
and were ur hands going cold too?? 😛 😛

funny = strange sensation….
also blood tend to warm the body.. thats why if you tie your fingers too hard they become cold… so by draining away warm blood my hand felt a little strange…
but i must say the whole exercise was painless and no after effects.. except the joy of donating blood to save a life.
BTW this was not the first time i am donating blood

oooh!! ok…
i especially liked this part
The second humorous thing about the incident was Ankur’s horror stricken face and comments throughout the bleeding process…
“I feel funny (gasp)…am sick.”
“My hands are going cold (sob).”
“Why are you having the chocolates?”
“I don’t think my blood will clot.”

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