10 Reasons why there are no Reasons

27 April 2018
There are simply no reasons. Here are ten reasons why:

  • First one is obvious: Because there are no reasons.
  • Secondly, there isn’t a question that begins with why, so there are no answers that provide a reason.
  • Neither is there any reason why we should reason out the existence of a reason.
  • It is illegal to ask why!
  • This season, reasons are tried for treason.
  • One possible reason could be the fact that reasons are nonexistent because they don’t exist.
  • The reason of not having any reason could itself be a reason.
  • The last few points, this one and the next few are reasons why these are not the reasons.
  • Reasons are not required to exist if none has risen for them.
  • Because the topic says so.

Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay


Who? What? Why? Where? When? How? Which? Whose? Whom?

19 April 2018

  • WHO? An Alien.
  • WHAT? His Planet.
  • WHY? His Greed.
  • WHERE? Milky Way.
  • WHEN? Century Hence.
  • HOW? Global Warming.
  • WHICH? Mother Nature.
  • WHOSE? His Children’s.
  • WHOM? No One.

Please Share This. This is one of the shortest stories!

Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay


30 February, 0063: “If exams scare you, you ace them.”, One of not-at-all-the-greatest quotes told by South African Teacher Sober Sobobobo proves the fact that Exams are more frightening than Ghosts.


That’s why Antarctica Daily has decided to help you play card with exams and ace them perfectly. Here are few hacks to ensure you top your upcoming exam:-
1)Firstly, remember that the one who sets the question paper is usually the question paper setter. The type of paper he sets is in direct agreement with his mentality and hence if you know his mentality you get to know the question paper, or if you know the question paper which is quite recommended,  you get to know his mentality which isn’t quite recommendable.
2) Always try to drink as much water as you can as water improves concentration but don’t drink more than 6 litres of water as it might kill you due to over dilution of blood.
3)While Answering questions never question the answers.
4) Remember time and tide waits for none, but the supervisor is neither time nor tide so he or she might wait, all you need to have is a firm grasp over your paper and an ability to repeat the line,”just one second extra, please.”
5) Use the bench to do rough work, don’t ever use paper, REMEMBER, rough papers cause deforestation (you know how!).

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6) Grow the habit of asking for the answer paper instead of the question paper, as writing questions for given answers is easier than writing answers for given questions.
7) Either fail badly or don’t lose any marks and get full marks as getting only a few marks less from the full marks is the worst result one could have. Neither are you perfect then, nor are you a failure. You might suffer from identity crisis.
8) Always bring the books with you but don’t read them, just think about them, about how innocent, informative, virtuous they are or how cruel, vicious and simply put, bad, they are depending upon the exam situation.
9) Don’t carry books in a bag carry bags in the books.
10) Lastly, don’t feel you will fail unless you fail neither be convinced that you will pass unless you really pass as future isn’t written yet and no one knows what might happen.

Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay
Antarctica Daily
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