Pass yaa fail?

My dad sent me this text:

" I failed in some subjects in exam, but my friend passed in all. Now, he is an engineer in Microsoft and I am the owner of Microsoft."- Bill Gates

So I texted back: Does that mean I'm allowed to fail?

Dad: If you want to fail, be sure to turn out like Bill gates.

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10 Reflections:

Tangled up in blue... said...

Haha..that was one helluva comeback from your dad there! :D My daddy dearest sends me these motivational smses around exam time. Sample this -

"A caption above a wallclock in an examination room reads, 'TIME WILL PASS. WILL YOU?' :D"

This he sends me yesterday, exactly a week before my prelims start!

soin said...

daddys are smart.grandfathers are

Priyanka Suresh Mehta said...

Smart daddy :)

The Blue Periwinkle said...

hehe..niceee one! :)

Rohith.R.Das said...

@ Srishti & TUIB,
So, I see that your witticism has got more to do with inheritance. More 'innate' than 'cultivated',eh? :D

Babbu said...

That means either you pass or fail the exam you can become either engineer or owner. So why to worry just think like a owner and put your efforts like an engineer. You'll go far better than microsoft. Dont forget me then offer me your PA's post . ha ha

Bikramjit said...

he heeh dad is smarter :) you thought you could get away with it haan..

Nice one :)

Destiny's child... said...

Lol...bachche to bachche, baap re baap! :D

Anonymous said...

Wise daddy. :)

Tangled up in blue... said...

Rohith, I think it came more from the adaptive mechanism of having to deal with such wisecracks on a more or less regular basis! ;) So 'nurture' more than 'nature'. :D