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Two ends meet here!

Discussion in 'Snippets of Life (Non-Fiction)' started by Sriniketan, Jun 21, 2010.

  1. Sriniketan

    Sriniketan IL Hall of Fame

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    Haha...here I come again with another angle for cleaning..

    I hear you all say "oh..no"..don't worry..
    I am not going to give any details or my progress in my summer cleaning or anything of that sort.
    I can now hear your sigh of relief..:)

    Organise as always means to plan, bring order, create, form, operate according to some principles and arrange by systematic planning and united effort.

    These organised words caught my attention, when I was thinking about organising the house..:crazy

    Organised breathing---Pranayamam
    Organised noise-------Music (that's how my dh puts it as)
    Organised crime..:shaking:
    The usuage of the word organise in this context, to me, means..plan to execute somebody in an organised manner..this word always brings shiver whenever I hear it.

    I liked to use the word 'organise' for the mess around my house.
    Thinking how to make the two ends meet...:confused2: I got an idea..
    (If the word 'organise' can be used for the crimes, why not I use it for a simple job, like cleaning..what do you say!)

    With this one scenario, everyday in my house, you can figure out , how and why I came up with that coinage and what I mean by "Organised mess.."

    Letters, magazines, bills, ads..what not, in a short-form..all the mails...not in the letter holders but in the dining table..(very much organised, isn't it!)Chillout! Can search for any missing items on the dining table itself.:idea

    Am I right in choosing "organised mess"?

    Sriniketan
     
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  2. Priya_Mommy

    Priya_Mommy Gold IL'ite

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    Sriniketan ma'm,
    Really enjoyed reading through it. I stopped at Organizing CRIME?????But its hilarious rather.
     
  3. Kamalji

    Kamalji IL Hall of Fame

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    Dear Sri,

    they say, the Americans not me, that messy people are happier than organized people.:biglaughAnd i am messy for sure.

    My organized crime is, i dump all the papers ina file, for i beleive, in the saying " File, dont pile.:biglaughHows that.

    Yes papers irriate the life out of me, i quickly pay the Bills fast, before due date, and get them done with.And i pay advances, where phone bills are concerned, my Club Bills, etc so i am al;ways plus there.

    Good cheery blog Sri, keep it up.

    Regards

    kamal
     
  4. Arunarc

    Arunarc Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Dear Srini
    How can you be wrong dear.......hehehe
    you are 100% right with the Oragnised mess:biglaugh:biglaugh
    I am really sitting and eating cherries here while reading your post so let me also join Kamlaji:)
    Cherry blog:crazy
     
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    Mindian IL Hall of Fame

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    dear srini,

    you know the steps to cleaning are...mess,organized mess and then the neatly arranged stuff.on a daily basis i just do the organized messing by throwing all posts into one very decorative basket :biglaugh (no guest has dared peep into it some have even commented that it looks pretty :biglaugh) and then on fine day i sort it out with dh otherwise he will blame me that I throw away all useful letters :hide:
     
  6. Sriniketan

    Sriniketan IL Hall of Fame

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    Priya_Mommy,
    I also was shocked for the usage of that word...organised crime..

    But I don't think this avatar of yours, is an organised mess..very nice arrangement of cars..really like it!

    sriniketan
     
  7. Sriniketan

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    Thank you for the cheery fb, Kamalji.
    I didn't know that before, thought the other way round..otherwise, I won't take this effort to clean the clutters in the house..an easy way to be happy na.:idea:biglaugh

    sriniketan
     
  8. Sriniketan

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    Thank you for accepting that coinage Aruna.
    If you are eating cherries, then it is a cherry blog, if you are eating a banana...:biglaugh

    sriniketan
     
  9. Sriniketan

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    Nice idea Mindi...to clean with your dh.
    Here my dh always say..let me see to it later...whenever I ask him to see the letters whether it has to be thrown out or to keep it.

    See, your mails in a decorative basket showed how your organised mess earned a pretty name..

    sriniketan
     
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    monifa13 Bronze IL'ite

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    Dear Sriniketan - I have to admit that our place is full of organized mess. We have another bed in our bedroom - a queen size- which is so tempting that I neatly pile up all my clothes on it. Since we are only two of us living here, we never use our big dining table and it's so convenient to arrange all the books, important papers, letters etc.. But when guests come I have to grudgingly - not remove - just shift my clutter into other hiding places. People never fail to tell us that we have a beautiful, 'well-maintained' place with a magnificent view and my cheeky dh tells them, 'sure...sure... next time when you come this side just walk in.... no need at all to inform us beforehand'. :drowning:drowning:drowning
     

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