Wednesday, January 12, 2011

It's time I started writing again

Yes? Coming soon.

Monday, September 28, 2009

Happy Birthday Mom

I miss you and I wish I can get you here soon enough. Happy Birthday.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Neville was here - again.

I don't understand why people would do this. They say - what you sow so shall you reap, maybe that is what it is. But I am sorry. I was sorry. But it still haunts me. It still haunts them, I guess.

I have always had to work for what I have wanted. Just wish it was a little easier and it hurt a whole lot less.

Somethings I don't understand. Some people I don't understand. It hurts knowing what I know. I feel helpless. I feel disturbed. I feel uneasy. I feel dead.

Sunday, January 11, 2009

Too late, isn't it?

Everyone, sooner than later, realises the biggest mistake they made in their lives.

Today I realised mine.

I am sorry, Neville.

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Mumbai meri jaan

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Ten things you might get bored of

As a child weren't there just way too many things that excited you? And you were just dying to do/achieve them. And now that you're old enough to do/achieve them, you look back and wish you could kick yourself in the nuts through the space-time continuum. And the more mundane an activity they become the more you tend to hate them.

Here are a few:

Walking - You're telling me if you could be lifted everywhere, you'd still prefer walking?
Shaving - First couple of times, we would even shave the skin off, if we could. But now, I'd rather uproot the hair from it's roots.
Driving - Not the once-in-a-freaking-blue-moon kind of drive. The everyday routine. Ah, gotcha!
Voting - The first time is exciting, but then you realise, you're still getting equally screwed. Loses its charm.
Wearing a suit - You remember how you would try on ties, and long suits that never fitted. Now they freaking fit. (Fortunately, I don't have to bear this cross.)
Going to work - No comment.
Picking up the tab - This always seem so manly, when your dad did it. But what you were looking at, was the happiness in your mom's eyes, but you didn't see the despair in your dad's.
Cooking - This one still haunts me. Everyday.
Being responsible - This one bites all of us in the ass once a day. Imagine, if no one expected you to behave a certain way, expected you to be irresponsible.
Sex - Although, this one I still seem to enjoy - but they say it happens. May I die before that.

Oh an eleventh, just struck me.

Death - We wish it so very often. And wonder what it would be like. I'd imagine, it'd be much like shaving or going to work. Don't expect too much from it.

Monday, September 01, 2008

Hello Ms. Palin

She is it. She has power, was Ms Congeniality at a Ms Alaska pageant. She used to be a sportscaster. She was instrumental in legalising pot in Alaska. She falsely quotes Plato in conversation.

Downside: she is married with five kids - that is not a downside people. There is a process to making babies. She is 44. BUT SHE LOOKS LIKE THAT.

If I could help it, the Republicans would have already won. (But Greg Palast already knows that)

If you want to know a little more about her, click here.

PS: If you are reading this Ms. Palin, may I have one cup of coffee with you? You can just talk. Please? :P