Skirting the Issue
F Block is a place full of mysteries and surprises. The mechanics of fitting over 1000 students in it, for instance. Or the Som Vihar Woman, who flashes to observers in F Block classes that face that way.
See, its been windy a lot the past two three mornings, and this has allowed us to experience another one of the great wonders of F Block.
See, there are very long corridors in F Block, and long balconies for entry of wind. Now, once wind enters, it sort of forms a vortex inside the block, and circulates. Doors magically shut and open, exhaust fans move of their own accord, and here's the real mystical thing, the wind decides to swirl and blows from bottom to top.
If you haven't figured out what this leads to, its quite simple. Skirts billow up, all of their own accord, and without prior warning of a gust of wind.
Now, this can either be a good thing, or a bad thing, depending on obvious factors. But what one now observes is the tendancies of MOTOS to walk around grabbing the hems of the skirts in F Block Premises.
Strangely enough, my father claims similiar things happened in his old school, TAFS, and happen in several other schools as well.
It leads one to question, were they designed this way?
Ah, well, some things will never be answered.