Dec 29, 2008

It's time for prozac!

I had two weeks of vacation time and I have spend most of it at home staring at my wall, talking to my two very bored dogs and watching random serials on all the possible channels I could find on my cable TV menu.

I am by far the most non-happening person I have come across. All my friends including my dearest ex are in Goa having a ball, while I sit here writing this depressing post.

It's time for prozac. Well, a vacation could do it too, I suppose.

Dec 27, 2008

Truth or dare?

So here is what I picked up from a good friend's blog:

The way its supposed to go is that you get a chance to express ur true feelings by answering these questions honestly... no negative or positive repurcussions, I promise.

1. Who are you?

2. Are we friends?

3. Something I have and you want?

4. Give me a nick name and explain why you picked it?

5. Describe me in one word?

6. What was your first impression of me?

7. Do you still think that way about me now?

8. What reminds you of me?

9. If you could ever give me one thing, what would it be?

10. How well do you know me?

11. How do you see me in future?

12. Ever wanted to tell me anything, but couldn't?

Source: Paradox Phillic (I don't plagiarise whether I am accused of it or not :P )

Dec 24, 2008


They say, you can never part with someone on "good terms", because if you were on good terms with that person, why would you part?

No dates for me tonight...

... I got my TV dinner in the microwave!

Who needs a man when you got a Television at home. Let me tell you why:

(From here on, I am going to refer to TV as him, he, his in this post. Well, 'it' just doesn't do justice.)

1. My TV offers a range of emotions in response to my myriad moods - drama, action, suspense, romance, sex and more. I sure can't expect all of it from the same relationship with a man.

2. My TV is there as my loyal companion on many lonely nights. I don't have to dress up or curl my hair for him, he will not judge. My pajamas will do.

3. My TV can keep me constantly entertained. For a person of fleeting interest, his 300 and more (is that the number of Tata Sky channels available now) personalities can keep me on my toes.

4. I don't have to drive to get to my date. It waits for me at home every night, promising me one hour of uninterrupted relaxation after a dreadful day at work.

5. My TV delivers what it promises without any mind games.

6. My TV talks to me in the middle of those nights, when I can't sleep and wake up at 3 AM. I then fall back asleep to its soft voice in the background.

7. My parents allow me to have my TV in my bedroom - 24X7. No hassles at all! Now, when would I be able to do that with a boy.

8. My TV comes with a guarantee card. I can easily exchange if my expectations are not fulfilled.

9. My TV is my eyes to the world. I am still growing up and he helps me form perceptions and learn about things without imposing.

10. Best of all, I got all his buttons in my hand; God bless the remote!

Confucious says...

Love is like a button...

it can keep your outfit (life) together or let it fall apart.

Dec 15, 2008

Confucious says...

Love is like a band-aid...

providing short-term relief till its time to rip it off, hurting yourself all over again.

Dec 5, 2008

Confucious says...

Love is like marijuana...

you gotta try it atleast once in your life, just to know what its like.

I'm freeeeeee !!

Please find enclosed, my letter of resignation.

Dec 1, 2008

Confucious says...

Love is like a vodka shot.

It gives you a short but sweet headrush at first, and a bitch of a headache later.