For the past 6 months I have had the wonderful pleasure of getting to know you. From meeting for the first time in our Additional English class to now, I have to admit, it’s been a great journey. I know for a fact that you will never back down from the fact that Nehru stood against reservation in parliament and that you will continue to be the lady’s man that you are.
I know you think that somewhere along the line “quaantitative appitude for competitive exams” is going to help you become an investment banker, but it’s not, sadly. Nevertheless, I know you’re better than a crummy, lonesome job like that and will break the war that people have with their 9 to 5 routines and definitely create something greater for yourself.
I hope that when you get married I will be the first one to climb on stage with you and your significant other and get a picture taken.
Finally, I really hope that you never stop sharpening the pencil that is your mind, since I know that someday you’ll move mountains with it.