It was a bright sunny day but we were forced to sit in a classroom where nothing could be seen if there’s no artificial light source. I think that’s well exaggerated.
I sat on the first row from the blackboard just to make sure that the lecturer doesn’t look at me if someone threw paper planes at someone else.
I tried to listen to whatever the lecturer was trying to explain. It was something about chemical equations but I was interested in looking at someone who sat exactly adjacent to me. Both of us were seated at two different sides of the classroom where a bench was placed in between us which occupied four students.
She was so beautiful! My mind sang to me when I found her gleaming eyes hidden in the dark. Also, she was blocked by someone who sat next to her. I desperately waited for the other person to change their posture.
The best moment was when she looked at me when I looked at her. She smiled and didn’t look away. It lasted for a while until I realised that I was caught red-handed by her. I quickly turned myself towards the blackboard only to find my lecturer who was waiting for me to look at him.
“Pavan! Stand up. Explain the Gattermann-Koch reaction.” Exclaimed the frustrated Chemistry lecturer.
Ludwig Gattermann and Julius Arnold Koch… Congratulations, guys. I’ve got an assignment to write.
“I tell you people to go home after college but you go to the bars instead!”
I was terrified.
Okay. This was just a short story and not a science post.
Click baits waste a lot of time indeed.