My sister’s bestfriend, Rai threw a ‘Color me lad!’ party yesterday in which I was also invited. Expecting many trays filled with colors, I went there but got to know that the color supplier had looted her, in 1000 PKR, he only gave her a spoonful of colors. We were expecting this party to be a total flop when my sister’s other friend (Ima) got handfuls of food colors from the supermarket and so our party began with a bam!
Rai got overexcited and threw everyone in the pool!
Mah spent all her time telling everyone how cute they look
Dee joined in later, but decided to put on colors to her face herself because everyone else seemed to be busy! (I was not, so I took notes! :P)
Ree filled me with all colors and tried fixing the water gun
Aich stood in the corner and showered water on everyone
Ima’s shirt was torn off and no one knows how!!!
Raya (my sister) kept on wondering if these colors would actually come off our faces or not.
And well it was all fun and colors and water and photos… until we decided to take a shower for supper…
…And we realized that all the colors were permanent…
The colors won’t come off!!!!!!
Everyone’s face was like a world map with different countries printed on it in different colors
I decided with Aich, that I’m the empress of that pink colored country on her face.
We emptied bottles of baby lotion and body lotion in a desperate attempt to cleanse away the colors from our faces but no use
We emptied the bottle of hand wash (it was my lame idea that the chemicals in hand wash are harsher and that would help to get the stains off our faces)
BEAUTIFUL TIED AND DYED FACES
At the end of the day everyone’s face was puffed up with worry, everyone kept scrubbing out layers and layers of their skin. Some of them even tried bleaching their faces, but no help.
Luckily after so much trouble, my face and hair ended up cleaner than before (Thankyou lady luck! I love you too)
But for others, this party did not end up so well, leaving colors on their faces and tears in their eyes, reminding me of the quote….
“You’re too ‘colorful’ to be depressed”