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(top-left) 41 | TIMEPASS (top-right) mid-day Sunday, March 5, 2017 | YOU & EYE – A WEEKLY HUMOUR SERIES THAT DEMYSTIFIES BLINDNESS, CURATED BY XRCVC.ORG Image description: A cartoon strip with 11 frames… Frame 1: (A  touchscreen mobile is seen from which the word TRING seems to be coming to represent a ringing sound.) Frame 2: (BG holds the mobile phone to his left ear while covered up and lying in bed; his hair is messed up.) Voice from the phone: While you sleep… do you dream in colour… BG? BG: Uh… Huh… Yeah… I do! Frame 3: (A close-up of BG holding the mobile phone to his left ear while still in bed.) BG: I dream in a variety of hues! I dream of the warmth of the waves by the beach! Frame 4: (A close-up of BG holding the mobile phone to his left ear while sitting up) BG: I dream of the coolness of the mountain breeze… Frame 5:
(A close-up of BG holding the mobile phone to his left ear while sitting up) BG: I dream of the scent of flowers in the garden! Frame 6: (A close-up of BG holding the mobile phone to his left ear while sitting up) BG: I dream of the aroma of spices spread on the table! Frame 7: (BG holding the phone to his left ear while covering his wide open mouth with his right hand as he yawns) BG: The colours of my dreams know no bounds… Yawn… Now I’m wide awake… Frame 8: (BG looking morose as he holds the phone to his left ear) BG: But sadly… of recent… I dream in black and white… Voice from the phone: In… black and white! Frame 9: (BG looking confounded with his right hand on his forehead as he holds the phone to his left ear. Short curved lines on both sides of BG represent  movement of his body) BG: Yep! I dream of money! Of crisp mint-fresh notes! All… all in… black and white! Frame 10: (BG appears straight-faced as he holds the phone to his left ear) Voice from the phone: Whatever happened to your amazing dreams in colour?! Frame 11: (BG curling his lip as he holds the phone to his left ear) BG: They have all been demonetised! (Signed Ponnappa, in Frame 10)
 

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