Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Man do I love his wisecracks :D

Kannada is French if you sprinkle your words with 'la' and 'le' and 'bon' generously.
Yeno le, kannu kaanakkilva? Yeradu bid la? Oooohh bon bitta!


Sunday, May 15, 2005

How did it all start?

Me: So why did you hold my hand on our first date?
He: I dont know!
Me: How can you not know?
He: I dont know!
Me: Now you have gotto tell me.
He: OK.....
He: Cos you were walking slow and I was just leading you.
Me: WHAT?? #$W%#^%$%^&&*#%#%$
He: OK OK stop beating me.
Me: Do u mean to say, that I was in this relationship for a year, cos you dragged me across MG road on our first date?
He: Yes :DD
Me: grrrrr.... :DD

Now THIS, I am never gonna forget!

Sunday, May 08, 2005

Always knew thaaat!

Your Seduction Style: The Charmer

You're a master at intimate conversation and verbal enticement.
You seduce with words, by getting people to open up to you.
By establishing this deep connection quickly, people feel under your power.
And then you've got them exactly where you want them!

Check it out

Thanks to Loonie

Practical LIfe

Its been quite some time since I have given some useful gyan. So here it is-
"Most often the fear of something bad happening, is worse than the actual event".

Like, whats behind that dark closet?
Who is the killer among all these guys in this horror flick?
What is that big black thing floating in my sambar?
Will I ever be able to move on if we break up?

I guess most of us have faced these questions and many more like them, sometime or the other. And most often than not, the fear of something going wrong is worse than the actual event. Agree?

One such fear kept me under bondage for two years. I kept myself chained to this imaginary relationship, taking on all the hardships and holding on to broken promises, for fear of not being able to cope on my own if that imaginary hand ever left me. But that day did come and it came so swiftly that I did'nt even realise that everything was over. The relief was awesome, but what was so unbelievable was the painlessness of it all. There was absolutely no regret, loss, tears or even sleepless nights. I was back to my good old self, actually much better, a state I like to call Maturity.

So guys even though it seems like an impossible task, never lose heart. You will be surprised how powerful your survival skills are.

Ok one last piece of advice before I finish this blog.
I live by this sentence everyday. Atleast I try to-
"Whatever you do, make sure that at the end of the day YOU are happy."

Happy Life guys : )

Wednesday, May 04, 2005

Practical Love

A very dear friend once told me, that I should be very 'practical' in relationships!
Because, if I am practical and think with my head, rather than let my heart decide, I will not get hurt. He said that all that pain I put myself through is totally unnecessary. Sometimes my head tells me that too... But the romantic fool that I am, never give a damn to these warning signs.

Somehow I believe that relationships cant run on practicality. There wont be any relationships if everyone was practical. Because trying to 'fall' in love would be a very stupid act, then. Why would you willingly do something, which has such a bad reputation, such low success rates and such disastrous results?

OK, Have u ever leapt into the unknown?
Just spread your arms in the air, looked up to the sky, taken that last step of the cliff and leapt into oblivion? Well falling in love is like that. The leap is blind, the leap is impractical, the future is unsure and the past is forgotten. Most often than not that leap ends in a disaster.

But we learn to brush aside our bruises and walk on. Who knows some day we will find someone worthy enough to take a leap for, again.... Hope keeps us impractical fools alive, it keeps us going.

Never stop my friend because one leap went astray.
Learn from each, cos only then you are going to be stronger for the next and remember,
"The woods are lovely, dark, and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep."

By the way 'Practical Love' is an Oxymoron!

Monday, May 02, 2005

The most potent set of words I ever encountered

After a While

After a while you learn
The subtle difference between
Holding a hand and chaining a soul
And you learn that love doesn't mean possession
And company doesn't always mean security.

And you begin to learn
That kisses aren't contracts
And presents aren't promises
And you begin to accept your defeats
With your head up and your eyes ahead
With the grace of a woman
Not the grief of a child

And you learn
To build all your roads on today
Because tomorrow's ground is
Too uncertain for plans
And futures have a way
Of falling down in mid flight

After a while you learn
That even sunshine burns if you get too much
So you plant your own garden
And decorate your own soul
Instead of waiting
For someone to bring you flowers

And you learn
That you really can endure
That you are really strong
And you really do have worth
And you learn
And you learn
With every good bye you learn...

Veronica A. Shoffstall