Tuesday, August 09, 2005

adrenaline high

"Baaarrrghhh .. brrrr.. brrrrgh .. baaaarrghhh brrgghhh brrrgh... "the bike gnarled through the muffler.He gave a slight race as the pasenger sat behind him and just as he did the bike sped away with a loud, echoing, pick up.

The bike zipped a corner and was into the main street with rickshaw horns welcoming them on their back. The bike picked up speed and the sound of the silencer grew steadily. It gained more speed. More now. Even more... The air that slapped the rider's faces drilled goosebumps in their bones. Their eyes twitched as their eye brows flickered madly in the swift wind. Even then, they were able to see the red pairs of lights closing in from the front.

They were approaching the signal but the rider seemed least bothered about their speed. The passenger in the back felt panic raise in his stomach, but somehow he shut up and smiled. They slowed a lil but never stopped. The car in front was slowing down, the bike took an immediate right and an alarming left from a rickshaw and found it self between 2 busses. The traffic was stopped at this point but not their bike.

They moved forward with jerky brakes every now and then and atlast found themselves on the front line of the signal stop. The junction was slowly filling with cars from the right. The bike's stop was of a mere second. He looked right and wheely'd in to the junction with blaring mufler sound. They crossed on red, horizontal to incoming traffic and there was no sign of horns and honks. Not surprising, this is the usual.

Adrenaline was pumping high as the bike weaved through traffic, bending a good 60 degrees on a few turns. Bikes, busses, cars and rickshaws were mere standing obstacles, as the bike sped through the spaces between them. There were points where they brushed the cars met flaps and side view mirrors, but it was all part of the fun. They ended on the petrol station, filling the petrol they had burnt. Then they made the same journey back home.

The rider was Faizan. The passsenger was LuDa.

In other news, I will be coming back by 12th InshALLAH. As per the latest info.
The results are not ouyt yet at least for our school, and i get more time to pray.
I am registered for ACCA, thanx to Muddu. May ALLAH bless him as He has blessed me with a friend like him.

I miss science.
I havent started reading Harry Potter 6.
I am an ass. :)

Quote of the Day:-Sacred is not God, but your belief in HIM.


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L u D a said...

And i was so pleased i finally had a comment. :\

D3V!LZ~ADV0CAT3 said...

what in gods name was tht all about :S

L u D a said...

U mean the comment or the post .. ?

D3V!LZ~ADV0CAT3 said...

the post...i got one too on my site...

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L u D a said...

lol ..
i was actually thinking of deleting that post but i see it has quite a good turn out .

Subhana said...

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