Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Date a Guy Who Is Straight and Rich

This post was written out of sheer disgust from reading some fuck all blog posts going under the titles "Date a Guy/Girl Who Reads/Travels/Does some random activity that we all do anyway". Now people have started to put up trash like "Date a guy who went to blah MBA institute". WTF happened to not overdoing stuff?

Anyway, it made me realize that a lot of people apparently don't know who they should be dating, so here's some muft gyaan for you!

Date a Guy Who Is Straight and Rich

Date a guy who is straight and rich, provided you are not a woman of lesbotic tendencies. Don't just date a Guy Who Travels. You may just end up with a truck driver!

Date a guy who is straight and rich, if you really like him, marry him. If he can not satisfy your emotional or any other type of needs, indulge in an extra marital affair. Make sure you don't get caught.

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Coming Soon - Date a Girl Who Is Horny!

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Thought Process When a Friend Gets Married a.k.a. Marriage Theorem 1


When a friend gets married and puts up marriage pics on FB, how happy a guy feels is inversely proportional to the hotness of the bride!


Step 1: Focus on the photos of the Bride

If the Bride is hot:


If the married couple looks something like this:


Thursday, March 1, 2012

I am an Indian

I am not a Hindu, nor a Muslim, nor a Christian, nor a Sikh, nor a Parsi, nor a Jew, nor a Buddhist nor a Jain. I am not a Brahmin, nor a Kshatriya, nor a Vaishya, nor a Shudra, nor a Shia, nor a Sunni, nor a Protestant, nor a Catholic, nor a Hinayana, nor a Mahayana, nor a Digambara, nor a Svetambara. I am not an aam aadmi nor a VVIP. I am an Indian.

My history precedes that of every other civilization. I know more languages than a citizen of any other country. I count Shree Rama, Shree Krishna, Gautama Buddha, Mahavir and the Ten Gurus in my ancestry. I count Aryabhatta and Ramanujan as my compatriots. I have the valor of Prithviraj Chauhan, Shivaji and Manekshaw in my blood. I have the message of Gandhi in my heart. I am an Indian.

Valmiki and Vyasa wrote epics that inspired the world, but were composed in my homeland. Mirza Ghalib, Kabir and Tagore left their footprints on the soil of my country. Thoughts from my land, awakened the world's soul. I am an Indian.

Thieves may try to steal my riches, foreigners may try to rule my land, tyrants may try to enslave my people. But in the end, they will fail and I will prevail. I am an Indian.