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The Day We Met

I knew the day we met That we were meant to be I knew our fate was set That you were the one for me I didn't even know you I only knew your name I wasn't sure what to do I didn't know who to blame I knew I thought you attractive I could tell that you were nice The butterflies were so active That I couldn't think twice Everything I did that day Didn't show you who I am Every time you came my way My heart began to roam My actions weren't natural My reactions weren't real I felt so very terrible But in my heart, I did not wield And when the group said goodbye to me My eyes were fixed on you I knew I was trying to see If you felt the same way too I liked you when I saw your face But maybe it was the touch My heart had begun to race I already liked you too much I knew the day we met That we were meant to be I knew our fate was set As friends, as lovers, as enemies

Perks Of Not Being A Party Person

A hot, new club has opened in your city and there is a long queue of people waiting outside, dying to get inside. And you are one of those people who won’t even consider going to the club to understand what the buzz is all about, because you don’t like to party. This post is for those people who prefer to eat out with friends, have a movie marathon on weekends, or curl up on the sofa with a nice book in hand, instead of going partying. 1. You can easily win an argument over not partying, when someone is being judgemental 2. You have amazing conversations with your friends which you actually remember later on  Remember when…? :) 3. You don’t have to worry about driving home safely a fter a night out with your friends Or have one friend to stay sane and sober so that person can drive you back home. Instead, all of you sing songs when you are going out in your car. 4. No alcohol and no partying equals no hangover So you don’t have to spend the same amount of time y

8 interview questions engineers struggle to answer

Asked to: Systems engineer at Google Q: How many trailing zeros are in the number 5! (5 factorial)? Suggested answers: Option 1: 5 ! =120. So there is 1 trailing zero. Option 2: This sounds like one geared not so much towards getting the right answer, but getting to it the right way. If you think a bit and say 'one', the interviewer will know you did it the brute-force way, doing the math. You'd get at the answer faster, and probably impress them more, if you think instead how many times a ten will be produced in doing that math, rather than what the actual result of the math will be. Asked to: Software engineer at Facebook Q: You have two light bulbs at a 100-story building. You want to find the floor at which the bulbs will break when dropped. Find the floor using the least number of drops. Suggested answers: Option 1: Start moving up in increments of 10 floors and dropping the bulb until it breaks ( ie : drop from floor 10, if it doesn't break, d

What Actually Happens When Your Crush Walks In And Talks To You

When your crush walks in the same room you are in, you should have been all zen , smooth and should have cracked that good joke you thought of, but you do not. The actual response is more catastrophic than all the Roland Emmerich movies put together. Here I show you the actual biological process you go through, and why it all happens like it happens. 1. Your crush walks in Image source Eyes  – HUBBA HUBBA! Show me more! MOARRRRR! We need more of that person on the retina! Dilate the pupils! Why do we still have telescopic lenses? Keep the gaze on that person! Do not lose track! And eyelids, if you blink, so God help me, You are FIRED! Brain  – … … ALL MY CIRCUITS ARE FRIED! AAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHH! Heart  – OH SHIT OH SHIT OH SHIT! Pump all the blood we have got, on the double! The most beautiful person just walked in! Pump it faster! FASTER! Mouth  – GUYS! We are losing control and the mouth is just opening wide, and the jaw muscles won’t work! We cannot shut t

10 new features of Android 6.0 Marshmallow

After months of waiting, Google has finally announced that the next version of its mobile OS Android will be called Marshmallow. Also, it the next update of the OS will be numbered Android 6.0, instead of Android 5.2 as previously speculated. Announced at Google I/O 2015, Android Marshmallow brings with it a number of new features to spruce up your smartphones and tablets (provided they get the update). Here we take a look at 10 of the features you can look forward to with the next build of Android... Google Now on Tap One of the key Android Marshmallow features is Google Now on Tap, a more advanced version of the company's digital assistant. While Google Now is presently available, on most phones, only via the Search app, Android 6.0 will make it all-pervasive. This means that you will be able to pull up Google Now to make a quick search across any app while using the smartphone. All you need to do is to select any section on the screen, for example, any pa