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Arranged Marriages

10 Oct

Of course … 

 

You would definitely have seen this coming. 

 

I am not defending it, or supporting it. I am just getting annoyed over the memes & facebook posts like these … 

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I mean come on … you are all giving us a bad name … Arranged marriage isn’t all about SEX…

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It’s the expression of respect to our parents and their choice …  

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And I need not remind you how successful arranged marriages are.

Thanks to arranged marriages, divorce rate is very less in india …

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So, what I am saying is don’t jump the wagon … and assume it’s all bad. 

Your parents knows world a lot better than you do.

With arranged marriage you’ve a better chance of finding a nice, caring, intelligent, well behaved & PRETTY girl.

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So all you self dependent guys (The Males) being foul mouth about Arranged Marriages.

If you’ve a girl in life (really ? oh well congrats ) be a man … and go be her man. 

Else, i think you are afraid to breakup with your right hand.

 

Last point … you don’t marry a complete stranger. They give you few weeks or sometimes months to know each other.

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PS:- The dead blogger rise again. After lot of motivation from the wife.

PS:– No intended disrespect to anyone, except for congress party … FU Con-dis-grace 

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Dear Blog…

9 Dec

It’s been very long, since I visited you. I am sorry I’ve been cheating on you with work. The rat race got to me and got me drifted away from you.

Yesterday, while talking to my better half, I recalled you and then I realized how I grew up with you..

Our relationship lasted for a good 6+ years, but last one and half year marked our time completely apart, I did see you some time from distance but never spoke a word …

But no worries, Now is the time to revive and I am back …  I promise you minimum one post a month.

Chal ! cya … take care 😉

Be gentle with the visiting reader 😉

The ‘U’ Word

1 May

“Uncle, Please pass the ball”,

“Uncle, Can you help me out here?” ,

“There it is Uncle” …

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If you get to hear the ‘U’ word more than once a day, from more than two kids … Well congratulations you’ve just graduated from Bhaiya(brother) to Uncle. All of us, well in their mid twenties, have to go through this painful phase.

Like increase in hair-fall, the first white hair, gain in waist size and of-course nagging for marriage at home wasn’t enough. The vicious little kids have to refer us with the ‘U’ word every frikin time.

This always remind me of a particular character from a very popular 90’s TV series Hum Paanch, Certain Miss Pooja Aunty. She use to jump 4 feet if one of girls call her Aunty. It used to be super funny back then … I guess now I know her pain!!

On the same line there use to an advertisement for hair dye, Don’t remember the brand exactly … but in that add too there was the lady who realize she’s getting old after a young boy calls her aunty … and she immediately resort to the anti-aging miracle the kesh kala.Since I can’t locate that add on the Internet … Enjoy this instead … 😉

Though I’ve only come across examples of unhappy females … but let me tell you, we guys are not so fond of the ‘U’ word either. And lucky for ladies … they only get the Aunty tag after getting married.

Of course, It’s the phase of life we all have to go through eventually, but the only thing is we are never seems to be ready to accept it.

It’s funny, how we always prefer being called a MAN instead of a BOY but we are still allergic to UNCLE and feel cozy with the word BHAIYA.

Pointless !!

29 Mar

This post is utterly pointless, more pointless than Zimbabwe and Kenya’s world-cup league match.

The reason me is writing this, well because I am jobless, yes more jobless than Sreesanth.

I wonder if any one actually is going to read this, of course some one will, even Netherlands and Ireland got spectators at Eden Garden.

that’s it don’t feel like writing any more … hope saurabh ganguly feels the same … 😉

2010 Sum-up

2 Jan

1. What did you do in 2010 that you had never done before?
Got Operated, experienced limblessness.

Had my first ….

was escorted (read thrown) out of a club in Goa.


2. Did you keep your new years resolutions, and will you make more for next year?
Never made any


3. Did anyone close to you give birth?
Yep, My chachi


4. Did anyone close to you die?
Thankfully no


5. What date from 2010 will remain etched upon your memory, and why?
04/04 and 26/10


6. What was your biggest achievement of the year?
Getting first paper published

Managing to get 5 jobs including two of my dream companies within 10 days of being jobless.


7. What was your biggest failure?
Being the reason of someone’s tears

8. Did you suffer illness or injury?
Yes, a major one …


9. Whose behaviour merited celebration?
Every one around


10. Whose behaviour made you appalled and depressed?
Some very closed one’s


11. Where did most of your money go?
House rent and partying


12. What did you get really, really, really excited about?
shsss… can’t mention here 😉


13. What song will always remind you of 2010?
A thousand Miles – Vanessa Carlton


14. Compared to this time last year, are you happier or sadder?
After all the up’s and down’s … Happier … definitely


15. What do you wish you had done more of?
communicating


16. What do you wish you had done less of?
Care


17. Most memorable moments
two hours on the operation table
April 4th evening
Time we were told, that we’ll be all jobless in 5 days


18. Did you fall in love in 2010?
Donno … complicated definition the word has.


19. How many one night stands?
What …?


20. What was your favorite TV program?
The Office(UK) and The Modern Family


21. What was the best book you read?
Two states (seriously I liked it)


22. What was your greatest musical discovery?
The Magnetic Field,

It was an accidental discovery, which I’ll always cherish … do listen to songs from their album “69 love songs”


23. What did you want and get?
No expectations no disappointments … simple policy


24. What did you want and not get?
same as 23.


25. What was your favorite film of this year?
Probably Peepli Live …


26. What did you do on your birthday, and how old were you?
Started with party at BnC, then party all night at home slept at 8 in the morning.


27. What one thing would have made your year immeasurably more satisfying?
if the aftermath wouldn’t have happened


28. What kept you sane?
Sane … who me ? Never was … never will be


29. Tell us a valuable life lesson you learned in 2010.
Think less, do more. Stop being a spectator and participate


30. Quote a song lyric that sums up your year.
Main zindagi ka saath nibhata chal gaya, har fikr ko dhool main udata chala gaya …


PS: Taken from Himank‘s blog!

Moving on to ….

15 Dec

Funny thing about life is … that the joke is always on you. Although how ever intelligent a person be, almost everyone makes a hue and cry over it … unless of course he can laugh at himself.

5 days back when we were told that, our employers have no money left to sustain their operations in India. Better start packing your bags.

The usual reaction …

Tension … and stuff … you know stress and all ….

took some time to Settle down …

Then I realized … That it certainly is a funny joke isn’t it … like those “road runner shows“, As soon as you catch the road runner a big hammer falls on your head.That close we were when the funds ran out, and that’s the thing with start-ups, YOU NEVER KNOW !!

I am not sad about loosing the shares I earned … Coz, I earned the skill which I can en-cash all my life. It’s some thing else…

In the words of Tim Canterbury ….

” The people you work with are people you were just thrown together with. I mean, you don’t know them, it wasn’t your choice. And yet you spend more time with them than you do your friends or your family. But probably all you have in common is the fact that you walk around on the same bit of carpet for eight hours a day. ”

Although in our case … most of the time it was more than eight hours …. 🙂

PS:- I don’t know why I wrote this post … But at least I wrote.

Happy people on the Facebook

15 Nov

Before I start, let me tell you … I’ve written this assuming that you know the saying “the grass is always greener on the other side” and the social networking website Facebook.


I believe most (except for the self satisfied narcissists and Mark Zuckerberg) of the Facebook users see the others’ updates and think to themselves, these people have so much going on in their life.

Of course not exactly these lines, but yeh most of the vella (jobless), office se thakela (job tired) ya chila hua kela (banana peel jobbed) resort to the website, mostly stalking old love, brag about their phoran trip, post their ugly picture edited and posted on empire-state building with a graffiti artist standing beside it, watching videos stupid people poking themselves in the eye …. and this is just the beginning of the list.

But the point is, we all (when I say we all I m speaking on behalf of all guys in their mid twenties) still feel like giving a nutcracker kick to the lafandoo (a term I don’t really know the English word for) from school for posting a picture with what appears to be a rather better looking gal, totally out of his league.

“See, even he’s doing better … I got a degree from MIT but he got the girl …”

Some times I feel, most of these people are like small time MBA graduates, and they are marketing their life … see who can portray their one’s better than other. And of course, comments and likes are your earnings … of course they don’t know where the apogee to this is ….