Hi! I'm Animesh. I’m an engineering undergrad at the University of Melbourne, vice-president of the university comedy club (I have inherited the clown cloak from the OG clowns of Mudcrabs) and an amateur poet and thinker. Join me as I take on ideas surrounding societal norms and human behaviour, seeking to explore anything from possible solutions to unanswered questions, or simply making objective observations, sprinkled with occasional banter!
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So far your thought process is on the right track. Keep it up. It’s always a pleasure listening to the word’s coming out of your mind. At least I believe if you express your thoughts and ideas in any platform, it’ll let your mind explore more about what you perceive. Best of luck and keep mind peaceful!
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