Saturday, April 13, 2013

Pre-marriage confusions

I was going through the list of my blog posts. It wasn't nice to see that I had more drafts than published posts. I have always been a victim to abruptly ending thoughts. I start writing when there is a gush of thoughts and then I get easily distracted. "Save Now" And forget. That's what kept happening.

Aah anyway. I found a gem that I had written in 2011. Pasting it with no modifications at all. Here goes--
Saturday, October 1, 2011

I want to marry a tall, dark and handsome baldie with a scar. That would make a rugged sight for the rest of my life. I wouldn't get bored watching...

On second thoughts I'd have a tall, dark, handsome bald, scarred statue, keep it in my bedroom and marry a guy who earns well. That would give me eye candy as well as a good life.

Ack! That isn't a good idea either. I know what I must do. I'll keep the statue. The earning is something I can do myself. I'll just marry a musician. Now THAT would provide me some lifelong entertainment.

Eh? Entertainment? Okay, correction! I don't want to marry a television. I'll earn and keep the statue. I have a good musical quotient too! I can learn whatever I want to and make my own music. I'll just marry a.. what do I need to marry for?

Heh! As stated here, I have undergone life transforming procedures and most of you probably know what it is. And for those who don't know, well, I decided that the statue wasn't enough ;)

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

"We help you die slowly"

I found this promotion post on facebook today. It was a post by 'PHD-Party Hard Drivers'

and it said-

 "You drink. We drive. And you get Rs.100/- off and a free pint from Doolally! Sounds like a good deal! :-D"

It wasn't very surprising for me to see that people 'liked' the post and gave good, happy comments. Everyone is advised to never drink and drive. No one ever put up hoardings asking people not to drink. I think they know there isn't any point in doing so.

"You drink. We drive" is euphemism for "We'll help you have a slow death."
Organ damage and organ failure is waayyy slower than an accidental death after all.