Monthly Archives: June 2010

What do women want


Blogadda is running a contest on what women want. The question is tough. Countless men and women have tried to answer it and failed. At the start of course, the primeval woman wanted the apple. And the primeval man gave … Continue reading

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I enter the 40th year today….


Still 39. Small consolation. Felt low for an entire week thinking about the turn of the decade and almost crawled into a hole thinking intensely negative thoughts of the kind that make one take a blade to one’s wrists and … Continue reading

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Its a rainy day…


The kind of day you wake up to after having spent the entire night listening to the winds howl and lash against your window panes, and the steady patter of the raindrops hit the balcony outside with bulletforce. The kind … Continue reading

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Award Time


Priya Iyer thinks I am worthy of this. Who am I to refute? Thanks babe. *Drum rolls and bugle calls* The Premia Dardos award. Which language is this, BTW. I look at it and Max New York Life and the … Continue reading

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And here is The List


The one annual ritual I do have, when I have a birthday coming up. I make me a wishlist. A list that probably no one who would actually shell out the bucks to buy me a present would refer to, … Continue reading

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Jottings from the Vegetable Market


Yes, yes, yes, it has been a while since I did a post on my Jottings From..series, hasnt it, but since I dont see any publishers rushing to my door, hammering it down for me to deliver yet another, I … Continue reading

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You can walk English, you can talk English?


Sue, of the very readable http://www.sunayanaroy.blogspot.com has come up with this fabulous idea of the Red Marker Blogathon where she invites bloggers to come up with examples of incorrect usage of the language, either grammatically or through the spellings, and … Continue reading

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