Sunday, July 29, 2012

I wish love followed the same rules as maths

Why are people breaking up?

I used to think that love is a candy filled land where every thing is rose tinted and comes covered in gloss... but Kristen Stewart (Bella) ke dhoke ne to meri aankhein hi khol di!!

yaar ! She had Edward and she cheated on him!!  Pehle maine socha.. aisa koi karta hai kya .. is she mad .. I mean c'mon yaar unka 3 saal ka acha khasa live-in relationship chal raha tha ..
All through my college life I have seen people going madly berserk over them, that how they were the epitome of a perfect couple .. gadi bangla mansion swimming pool, heck they even had a pet wolf.. sab kuch to tha unke paas. Just like the famous Raj  once said "chemistry , biology, physics jo chahiye hota hai sab hi to hai " .. but dekho ab kya se kya ho gaya!!!

Even in the movie, Cocktail, the Saif guy was sleeping and living in with Deepika , but it just didn't matter to them. But why? How can such things have no meaning. Where did these people come from and from when did people start becoming so frivolous?

Nahi nahi, main senti nahi ho rahi hu ye soch ke that hayy bechare R Patz ka ab kya hoga, kaise jeeyega,kaha jaega .. I know for sure that he will jump back into the love bandwagon   as soon as he finds the next expressionless bimbette.... but what all of this has got me thinking is that why do people really break up?

Recently , I came across a term -- > "non-serious couple".
By definition, this  is a type of couple who don't really relate to each other, they know that a breakup is unavoidable in the future and  yet what keeps their so called "relation" going is the  incessant "flirting" and most probably the fear of the "single" status. The moment they find greener pastures they run to it forgetting what had once been.
By now some of you must be thinking "what do you know ... spectators don't count.. you gotta run your own race first"
But I am quite sure that you must've seen at least one such couple like this in your lifetime and if you are yourself in one such relationship .. then you probably are understanding what exactly I am trying to say  :D :D

Another thing which had piqued my curiosity of late is “flirting”or “isharee”.  What is this art of flirting, flitting your eyes,crinkling your nose,puckering your mouth.. or just sending some vibes (ishare) across.... This ishara thing always reminds me of two atoms wanting to bond together , or as cocoa programmers would say "its like an object sending a notification to its delegate" .

So, you give some ishara, flirt a little, have a look into the inner person and it happens? Stars burst , pink colored smoke surrounds you and everything falls by itself into place?

and I guess then it happens .* THE BIG BANG!* and suddenly they realize that time's up and they are not in love anymore...

Is that the way the roulette rolls ? Is it all attraction or does cupid really exist?

I am already so fed up of the whole charade .. I mean why even try .. and if you have to try so hard for something which was not even meant to be ,... bhagwan bachaye hume...
I guess there are no explanations for why people behave in such a way , but it just makes me sick to see them like this .

This love thing should be so easy that people should just have a look at each other and know who is right for them. And if they are still in-waiting then they shouldn't go for the emotionless stuff.

Yaar log kabse aise ho gaye .. it kind of takes out my vishwas on humanity .,..

I see so many of the good people around me heart broken .. and many of the silly ones living happily ever after .. 

 Then again, I also see the few lucky ones and guess maybe they too had their heart broken once for someone to stitch it back together. They probably had it in them to go out and find the real thing.

As I wrap up this post, I realize that I am far from dissecting the topic I had started.
I wish love followed some rules or conditions, then everything would be so simple 'coz then everyone could apply them and get the solution right.
But one thing is clear, whether right or wrong, its high time we realize that ye dil hai dil koi khilona nahi hai, ki aap soch lo ki koi bhi chal jaega .. thoda dhyan rakhe yaar ..after all ,apna hi to hai :) :)

Thursday, July 12, 2012

My Incidents with Animals

The idea for this post came to me one day when "boasting" about my animal skills to a friend.
It was more like recounting horrific incidents with the non-human kind but nevertheless thought of writing about it so that everyone could know about my Tom-Jack-Tiger-Sheru-foolery.

Meanwhile , I should warn you that I have this recurring punar-janam kind of sapna where a dog keeps on chasing me till I fall of a mountain cliff!!! Yes ! This sapna comes to me atleast once a year , in which I actually undergo the falling-off action and fall on my roomie instead!

Starting Off with the funny incidents Now ! *raises flag*...

Incident 1 : There's this place in Kolkata called Victoria Memorial, where you can do various things .
Bade log go there to hold hands and stuff . Chote log go with parents kinda people and shoot balloons, eat phuchka,drink shikanji and *holds breath* ride horses.
So I was in class 6 and had gone there with ma and pa for some phuchka when suddenly a guy comes , picks me up and places me on a ghoda and tells it to run. He tells my parents " arre madam sab bache jate hai " To my mom's surprise the horse starts galloping away on full speed with little ammu holding on to it.
She immediately tells the horse guy "arre bhaiyaa dekhoo!!!! ghoda bhaag gayaaaa".(excuse the hindi).
To which the ghoda-wala nonchalantly replies " koi baat nai madam, ye ghoda andha hai, idhar udhar daudega fir to ruk hi jaega".

Incident 2 : This was when I was slightly grown up and seemingly unafraid of the world and also in Class 11
(you know the time when you think waahhh! class 10 to nikal gaya and 12 aane me 1 saal baki hai beta :P :D) So, I had recently learnt to whistle a full song ( I'd been trying to learn whistling since class 2) and it was late night. Late because I used to have tuitions at 8pm in my colony.. so as I was returning I was like full on whistling and suddenly hear footsteps behind me and with an overactive imagination like mine it wasn't hard to imagine a man wearing a black coat and hat following me. But when I turned to my dismal , it was actually a kuttaa following me! And thats when I started running and it started running behind me .. my instinct was to actually climb a tree, but since no climbable tree was there.. i go straight into a building and pushed the lift button. But alas! the lift was stuck on the 3rd floor,leaving no option but to run to  the 3rd flr, get inside the lift, and wait for a good 15 mins before coming out. The dog is gone and the day is saved . *taa daaaaa*.

Incident 3 : I am sure most of us have had this one, still writing about it as a tip for those who haven't had it.
**Tip** : Hold on tightly to your sandwich and I say do not just do not let it go, however large the eagle/crow might be , just fight it off, unless of course you are someone with small fingers and have the danger of your fingers being chomped off with the sandwich.
And yes that's what I was doing, protecting moi hand rather than what "people" say that I was looking in the opposite direction with the bread hanging JLT from my hand. huh!

I guess three incidents are more than enough to keep you happy, btw do not mistake me for an animal hater, I love animals and am all with PETA (though in a very non-vegetarian way). In fact I do love dogs, but only the pet ones and the ones that are mine and hate dog killers (read: people who cant differentiate between dogs and roads). No really , believe me , I'v had 2 lovely dogs whom I still miss a lot :)
I just thought that everyone has their own incident with an animal , plz feel free to share them here , would love to hear about them :D :D

- Signing off

P.S : do a search in Google with "crow with sandwich images" and get ekdum yucky images!!

Saturday, July 7, 2012

The romantic side

abhi abhi to zindagi shuru hui hai
abhi na karo tham jane ki baat.

hum to haare, mahiya re
moonde naina, neend tihare :)