The boy who did not believe in love

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Up was Down On 16 Feb, 2013 Geet and I completed three years of our married life. Doesn't sound like a big achievement, does it? After all there are couples who have spent 50 years together, where the last 10 years of their togetherness have been spent revisiting the potty training manuals, taking

Guest Post on Rachna’s Blog – The Invisible Wheelchair

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When Rachna asked me to write a Guest Post on her blog, I went weak in the knees. She is one of the Legends of the Blogging world and the cold sweat was understandable. When I finally sent the mail to her, I almost chewed all my nails in anticipation of her reply and was

Say this hypo, mean that crisy

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1 ## He drives really well. He breaks every traffic rule, drives as if his car is a batpod, is traffic signal blind, experience orgasms by honking, derives sadistic pleasure by making people run in front of his car. 2 ## She is a homely girl She knows how to knead dough, doesn’t talk to

Tattoo tales of a diagonally cursed mortal

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                                                                                                     I do not remember

Tip to control your child in a cinema hall

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People who come to watch movies in cinema halls in India can be broadly divided into three categories: Those who come with friends and family (adults only) Those who come with screaming children Those who come with screaming children to watch ‘Adult only’ movies. No matter how incomprehensible the last category might look, it does

The vocabulary I thought I would never understand

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Children, the ultra energetic innocence on two feet, scare me at times. I do not have a child of my own, not yet, although the clan is raising its voice vociferously from the last few months. My sister-in-law came from USA for a month to spend some time with voltage fluctuations, power cuts, scorching heat,

Open letter to all Phuddu married men

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Dear Phuddu Married Man, If you are wondering what Phuddu means, let me enlighten you. It means a coward, spineless douche bag. Sometimes I wonder what grave necessity threw you into the act of marriage. Was it your parents? Was it some sort of inferiority complex because people around you were getting married? Or was

I can see them

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I belong to the generation who, while growing up, treated the word internet as something divinely unattainable. It was like a spaceship from another planet which crash-landed on Earth - exclusive and quarantined. I remember, while doing my Masters, someone pointed a guy to me in college and whispered in my ears that he had an

Life is like a Men’s Beauty Parlour

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Cucumber face Forrest Gump once said - "Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get.” I beg to differ. There are no horrors in a box of chocolates. "Life is like a men’s beauty parlour. You never know what unimaginable activity is going to hurt your eyes.”