The delusional Indian

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Read the first two post in the series here - The Horny Indian The Sentimental Indian Delusions are like silicon implanted breasts. The problem with artificially enlarging your non-existing asset is that even though the perfectness will make you feel good about yourself, everyone you meet will have one look at your breasts and would

Of glowing underarms and aphrodisiacal deodorents

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In the last few months, most of us have been horrified and flummoxed by certain advertisements on television about how womankind should strive for fairer underarms and vagina to attract more men or to rejuvenate a sagging relationship. Some of these adverts found their way into various cartoon channels as well, although how they bamboozled

How to shop with a lady and stay sane

2017-11-11T00:38:51+00:00 Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Some things are more complex than the relationship between powerful and power-hungry nations, more mind-boggling than unravelling the secrets of the Universe and more insane than the fabric of our societies. If you have ever gone shopping with a lady, you will understand my point - that nothing can be more intricate than accompanying a

The Sentimental Indian

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Dr. Grace Augustine: [to Selfridge] Those trees were sacred to the Omaticaya in a way you can't imagine. Selfridge: You know what? You throw a stick in the air around here it falls on some sacred fern, for Christ's sake! ~ Avatar When I heard this fiery interchange for the first time, moments before they

The Bisexual Tag

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Ever since this tag has hit the blogging circuit, people are going crazy. You can see the samples here, here, here, here, phew!! here and here. Its actually not a "Bisexual" Tag, but I have turned it into one. What's the harm in exploiting the situation to its fullest? ;) So, for this tag, I

Cancer : A Survivor’s Tale

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I met Anjali(name changed) during my two months job related training in Bhubaneswar. She was a jovial and friendly person who made me laugh at the drop of a hat. I still chuckle when I remember her imitating Salman while dancing to "Just Chill" during the Diwali Party. After our training got over, she went

As if the Terrorists were not tormenting enough…

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...we have Mamta Banerjee literally arm-twisting the Tata's out of Singur by Violence and threatening the lives of the workers in the plant, without giving a second thought to the fact that this might be the last nail in the coffin of West Bengal's progress. ...we have Ramalinga Raju who did not care a bit

Feminism, A and the Award

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Ages ago, I was tagged by Nita and Sulz and till now I have been shamelessly ignoring the tags. But the guilt is killing me and I must finish the task assigned to me. Keeping the melodrama aside, I'll start with Nita's tag. This is what she tagged me to write about. What does Feminism