Friday, May 15, 2009


"The effects of a person's actions that determine his destiny in his next incarnation"

That's the definition you would get when you search for the definition of the word 'Karma' in Google dictionary. The only thing I would differ from this definition is the last part, i.e. not in 'next incarnation' but I believe it happens in the present life itself.

Okay, why am I talking about karma now.... Am I getting philosophical? No, no, no, no, no….. I have been thinking about these things lately and I kinda feel all these really true and works. I have been thinking about what has been happening to me all these years right from the day I was able to understand things around me. I am going to be 25 and I can swear that I haven’t faced any significant trouble in my life so far, that’s right you heard me, I have got almost everything in my life. Most of all I had the basic essentials – people, food, shelter and money. I never had any struggle for these things and all I had to do was study which I guess I did good.

But other than that, have I been doing things which would have been helpful to others or at least in anyway didn’t bother anyone in their work. This is the big question. That’s where the Karma comes in. As I said I am 25 now and half my life is over and I believe all my actions till now would have created my Karma for my rest of the life. Now just looking at where I stand and think about where I wish to be, is a complete mismatch.

So thinking about this, kinda freaks me and feel bad for my actions all these times. But there is nothing much I can do about it other than realizing it, at least NOW!!!!! I hope all these things are not true and things will get better for me but something tells me that it’s going to be a tough road ahead of me in the years to come by.

Saturday, May 09, 2009

Today's Post: Fake IPL Player

Here is the today's post of Fake IPL player's blog. Have fun.

In Jo'burg now. The plot seems to be thickening. On the flight, Lordie, Bhookha and Skipper were sitting in different corners. No words exchanged between any of them. Bhookha and coach had another round of discussions with Dildo. Apparently, they tried to explain to Dildo how Lordie doesn't fit into the scheme of things anymore. The top four batters will be the phoren brigade, given that Pussy is now with us. And for lower order, we need guys who can run fast, take quick singles and twos. So, Bhookha is of the view that there's no place for Lordie.

Dildo is wary of any more public fury. He has told Bhookha that he is free to take any decision he wants, but if it backfires Bhookha will have to face severe consequences. Skipper wasn't part of this discussion. I hear that Dildo called up Skipper separately and asked for his opinion. Skipper seems to have said that if Lordie doesn't fit in the lower order, he will have to come up and probably even open, if reqd. But there's no question of dropping Lordie. Not sure if Skipper and Bhookha have exchanged notes on this as they have been keeping a certain distance from one another lately. I don't think we have seen the last of this episode.

Bhookha isn't done yet, guys. He has a new friend on the block, none other than the Durbaan of Patiala. Bhookha and Durbaan Ji have lately been SMSing each other more than even Bombay teenaged girls on Virgin Mobile.

News from the Bubblies is that the Prince has reduced Durbaan's role to durbaangiri and nothing more. Durbaan is none too pleased and has been confiding in Vakeel Saab and Lady Jaya. Vakil Saab, who is the favourite huggy buggy, squeeze boy of Babli these days, has relayed the news to Babli. Not that Babli can do much abt it. Bunty controls the ship and Babli doesn't control Bunty anymore.

Anyway, Bhookha and Durbaan are writing a detailed Memo that they'll send to Saala Slimeball and his technical committee for next yr's competition. One of the points being allowing more foreigners in the side. Other points include removal of the icon player concept from next yr itself, reduction of strategy time break, higher level of media gagging, and removal of biased commentators who influence public opinion. (Not sure if FIP is worthy enough to find a place in this new Bible they are authoring). If Bhookha's still reading the blog, I'd like to slip in a couple of suggestions from my side that may dramatically change our fortunes next year. One, allowing overage, underfit players to wear roller skates while fielding. Two, allowing wicket keepers to wear gloves even if when they aren't keeping wickets.

Finally, as they say in English, "Form is temporary, class is permanent". Or, as they say in Hindi "Appam ka Samay aur Chutiya hamesha kat-ta hai". Appam's done it again. First, he messes with a guy twice his size who has just belted him for sixes & fours, and then he goes to Cool Dude asking about his chances of making it to the T20 WC team if the main bowler doesn't recover in time. Cool Dude just laughed it off saying that he doesn't plan on visiting the match referee during the T20 WC.

Match Day tomorrow. You’ll see what’s in store for Lordie.

Till then, adios

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

F1 Update

After the long wait on 15th April, the FIA have announced the diffuser used by Brawn GP, Toyota and Williams as legal and within the restrictions of the FIA. Earlier Ferrari with other teams filled a complaint against the Brawn GP for its use of diffuser claiming it to be against the rules. But as everyone expected it was ruled legal today. This is definitely a big blow to the current world champion, Ferrari, who are yet to score a point in the 2009 season.

So because of this I am expecting another cake walk for the Brawn and other diffuser mates to increase their lead in the points table. But there are reports that Renault have been working on their own diffuser for quite some time and there is quite a chance that we might see them in this race weekend at China. Whatever it is, the top teams, both Ferrari and Mclaren, would be just trying to score points this weekend rather than trying for podium position. Can't wait for the weekend race to begin!!!!!!!!!

Monday, April 13, 2009

Silence Ended.......

Its been a long time since I visited my own blog. There have been lot many things happening around me in the past four to five months but that isn't the only reason why I didn't blog for a long time. Things didn't go in the way I expected them to be but still I am kicking and hanging around. I wish to end the long silence in my blog with this entry and pledged myself to be sincerely in updating things in this page more often than before (but I am not sure how long I would be able to keep up with this promise of mine).

The new F1 season is really exciting with a lot of controversy right at the beginning of the season itself, so probably I would be blogging a lot about it. And also the IPL - 2 is about to kick start in another couple of weeks and that could also be fun. Other than these I guess I would scribble about my stupid thoughts now and then. So finally with the hope of updating my blog in another tho or three days , I am ending this entry.

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Men's Perspective

David Bissonette:
When a man steals your wife, there is no better revenge than to let him keep her.

Sacha Guitry:
After marriage, husband and wife become two sides of a coin; they just can't face each other, but still they stay together.

By all means marry. If you get a good wife, you'll be happy. If you get a bad one, you'll become a philosopher. Socrates

Woman inspires us to great things, and prevents us from achieving them.

The great question... which I have not been able to answer... is, "What does a woman want?

Sigmund Freud:
I had some words with my wife, and she had some paragraphs with me.

"Some people ask the secret of our long marriage. We take time to go to a restaurant two times a week. A little candlelight, dinner, soft music and dancing. She goes Tuesdays, I go Fridays."

Sam Kinison:
"There's a way of transferring funds that is even faster than electronic banking. It's called marriage."

James Holt McGavran:
"I've had bad luck with both my wives. The first one left me, and the second one didn't."

Patrick Murray:
Two secrets to keep your marriage brimming
1. Whenever you're wrong, admit it,
2. Whenever you're right, shut up.

The most effective way to remember your wife's birthday is to forget it once...

You know what I did before I married? Anything I wanted to.

Henny Youngman:
My wife and I were happy for twenty years. Then we met.

Rodney Dangerfield:
A good wife always forgives her husband when she's wrong.

A man inserted an 'ad' in the classifieds: "Wife wanted". Next day he received a hundred letters. They all said the same thing: "You can have mine."

First Guy (proudly): "My wife's an angel!"
Second Guy: "You're lucky, mine's still alive."

Tuesday, December 02, 2008


A man walked into a bar and ordered a twelve-year old scotch. As the bartender was busy, he decided to serve the guy whatever he had under his hand.

The fellow took a sip, spat it out, and told the bartender, "I asked for a twelve-year old scotch and not a three year-old one.

"When the bartender heard that, he checked the bottle and was amazed that the fellow was right -- he had served him a three-year old scotch. The bartender wanted to see how good the fellow was, so he served him another scotch, this one a six-year old.

The guy had a sip and spat it out, complaining, "I asked for a twelve-year old scotch and not a six-year old one."

The bartender was surprised by how good this fellow was. So the barman decided to play one more little game. He served the customer a nine-year-old scotch instead of a twelve-year old one as requested.

The fellow had a sip and spat it out, stating, "I think I asked for a twelve-year old scotch and not a nine-year old one."

The bartender was very impressed and finally served him the demanded twelve-year-old scotch.

The customer took a sip and added, "This is what I asked in the first place.

"At the end of the counter sat a man who had witnessed this scene. He sent a tumbler to the scotch expert and asked him to have a sip.

The fellow did so and spat it out and said, "Good Lord, that's piss."

The other man added, "Now tell me how old I am."

Friday, November 07, 2008

Ooooooooo !!!!!

How did your cereal taste this morning?

Saturday, November 01, 2008


Haunted houses, devils, demons, wicked witch and all other things which relate to horror would be perfect representation of Halloween. People get dressed up like all kinds of different characters. As far as I have seen over the years, the character which people dress up very frequently are dead man, wicked witch, Egyptian king/queen, roman empire, superman, spider man, batman/bat woman, cop, doctor, construction worker and many many more. But one character which was a new one this year and was quite famous was Sarah Palin. Yes! that's right, the vice-president candidate for the republican party in this election. 

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Festival of lights - Deepavali

Wish you all a prosperous and safe DEEPAVALI!!!!!!!