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Here’s How Our Lives Would Be If Marks Were Really That Important

It’s true, friends. Marks are not as important as they are made out to be.

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It’s true, friends. Marks are not as important as they are made out to be. Because if they really were, here’s how our lives would have been instead.

1. We’d Be Petting Marksheets

If marks really mattered, all the pets of the world would be replaced with crisp, white marksheets instead. And as far as we know, marksheets have not yet overtaken cute dogs and cats in the economy of adorable pets.


2. We’d Be Taking Them Out on Dates

Dating would not happen between two people who are attracted to each other, and instead happen between two comparable marksheets instead. We would not even need Tinder then, only a sarkaari register with all the marks of a region stored there.

3. No More Humans, Marriages Would Take Place Between Marksheets Instead

Instead of involving two humans and their billions of relatives, we’d get two marksheets married instead. It will also curb ridiculous wedding expenses.. since marksheets aren’t known to have too many relatives as well!

4. Use Them as Address

We would no longer be plastering boring, serial-wise house numbers on our name plates – flaunting our sexy 90 percent-above percentage right at the entrance of the house instead. Imagine how our daddy’s chest would swell with pride!

5. Sleep With Them

You know that feeling of warmth and cuddliness that one feels when one lies next to a loved one? Just replace the thought of a lover with a chikni, karari marksheet!

6. Get It Framed As Your Final Photograph

Well, what better way to remember your swargwasi self 50 years down the line, than having your future generations remember you as the person who scored an F!

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