Tuesday, June 22, 2010

The Kewlest Five Pending Friend Requests On My Facebook


Numbaah 5

Honestly man, had your hand not been so strategically placed as to make me think there's a teeny-weeny tear somewhere, I would have accepted. Sachimuchi.


I think this guy has something to do with the Dance Soc of the college, considering the mutual friends. But, but. I don't. Also, my name isn't Vasu Vasoooz Vazoodha on Facebook.

Numbrrr 3

He's got a human display picture. He's got four pack abs. And a three pack upperchestishthingy. He can speak two languages. He can type two languages. He's hot. You're not.

Is it me or does the bracket say Dheen Jawaak? Duuude. Three languages.


Now this guy.
He. Is cool.
He's caring. Isn't pushy. Is accessible. Is religious. Is sax, blue collar et al. And shares my mum's name. Oh.

And the kewlest, fraandsippiest guy is...

Thursday, June 17, 2010

No kidding.

Monday, June 7, 2010

Loose Ends

Those threads that wiggle out of a cloth. Little insipid twiddles that risk carrying away the pattern with them. Or not. Do you pull them off or let them stay?

Sunday, June 6, 2010

We Found Some Lego Today

It's a giraffe, aiight?

Friday, June 4, 2010

The Necessary Precursor To A Wedding

From the inbox and out:

Shining in the setting sun like a pearl upon the ocean come and fee-ee-eel me. :P

Ewww, I don't wanna feel you! :P

You're such a spoil sport. :P

No, I'm just straight. :P

You're bleh okay! Suk sent the continuation to this song, and Dish sent yellow, why couldn't you huh?
Cheap you are!

Cos, see. Pearl pehli baat ocean ke 'on' nahi hota, 'in' hota hai. So even the setting sun can't make it shine since it's 'in' an oyster 'in' the ocean. Thus,

Dulling in the setting sun like a pearl-in-an-oyster in the OHHHHshun,
Come and feeeeel meh. :P

Random. The lyrics aren't even about the pearl, they're about the sun which is being compared to the sun which is being compared to the shining pearl, and it is setting upon the ocean. Get it, topper?

Ohhh. But wait. It's about the girl who's shining in the setting sun. But it's the sun and not the girl who's like a pearl. So galat sentence structure hai na?

Okay no wait. They're talking of a person who's being compared to the shining sun, like the pearl, which is setting upon the ocean, and the guy wants that person to come and feel him. :P

(You're) Shining in the setting sun, (which is) like a pearl upon the ocean, (so please you, and not the sun) come and feeeeeel me. :P

Ya I just sent you that, the correct thing. :P
Gosh we think alike, we should get married.


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