Tuesday, September 28, 2010

and then there were none.

Ten little Soldier boys went out to dine;
One choked his little self and then there were nine.

Nine little Soldier boys sat up very late;
One overslept himself and then there were eight.

Eight little Soldier boys traveling in Devon;
One said he'd stay there and then there were seven.

Seven little Soldier boys chopping up sticks;
One chopped himself in halves and then there were six.

Six little Soldier boys playing with a hive;
A bumblebee stung one and then there were five.

Five little Soldier boys going in for law;
One got in Chancery and then there were four.

Four little Soldier boys going out to sea;
A red herring swallowed one and then there were three.

Three little Soldier boys walking in the zoo;
A big bear hugged one and then there were two.

Two Little Soldier boys sitting in the sun;
One got frizzled up and then there was one.

One little Soldier boy left all alone;
He went out and hanged himself and then there were none.

'And Then There Were None'. I would say it is one of the best books I have ever read after 'The Da Vinci Code'. Read the poem. I was so driven to read the book after reading the poem. Its a really small book packed with full of suspense.

No words to explain. I loved the book. I'm off to read more of Agatha Christie's.

Monday, September 27, 2010


After finishing 'The Shack', I was so desperate to read to some book. I just wanted to buy some book and start reading. And then I laid my hands on 'Six Suspects'. I bought that book for two reasons. One, it was a pretty big book (for me) with almost 600 pages (so that I can be engaged for two days or so). Two, it was by the author of 'Q&A' - Slumdog Millionaire.

I must say the book lies somewhere in the middle of good and bad. The explanation about the characters seemed surprisingly lengthy and there were some parts which was not necessary at all when you consider the story. The funny part is, you will come to know about those 'unwanted' parts only when you finish the book.

The climax was superb. I kind of judged the 'ending' when I finished three-quarter of the book. But that was not the actual ending. khe khe khe...And when I thought the story was over, here comes a twist. OMG! Vikas has done some good home-work to form a climax like that. He was just playing with characters and twisting them like a maelstrom.

Its worth reading for its climax. So, give it a try.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

photographers suck.

I don't usually attend marriages or some functions where people gather around, shoot questions, pull legs and things of that sort. I don't like going to temples also. Not because I hate Gods, but I hate crowd. I'm sick of it.

I have got reasons for hating marriage functions. I hate people who just come to 'EAT'. However, there are situations where you can't skip a function like that. For example, your own marriage. You cant let someone else take your place for the reason that you hate crowds.

Lately, I attended one of my cousin's marriage. And now I bagged one more reason. And that would be Photographers! Fuck them, you see. They don't let people see the ceremony. Below is a picture I took. Tell me if you can actually see the couples other than some stupid people holding their cameras? (Oops. I understand you can only see some people standing on the stage. Sorry, I had it exaggerated :D)

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I decided. I wont let even a single cameraman inside, for my marriage (Of course if I happen to marry). I will ask my cousins to take some snaps. After all what are we going to do with the albums spending thousands?

Do I have a point, dears?

Thursday, September 23, 2010

reading. lately.

I happened to read a very small review about this book. I felt it interesting. However, to be frank, this book is not interesting at all. Maybe it is, for some. For me, it was not.

Its all about Gods and their conversations and stuffs like that. First 50 (or so) pages were interesting. As it went on, it was full of super-Godly-conversations and I had to read some of it a couple of times to understand what they were trying to say. And sometimes it was so boring and I just wanted to finish the book somehow, not out of interest. But I paid 500 bucks for it. I did not want to leave it unattended.

Hey...you can go ahead and read it if you are interested in stuffs like 'I'm living in you...you are living in me...nouns...verbs...love and relationship is possible for you only because it already exists within Me, within God myself...'

So the verdict - please don't spend your money on it. And I'm sure Willie is a great fan of Guess-who?

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

extremely useless finding.

I play cards (Microsoft Games to be exact :D) when I don't have work at office. So I've been playing this game for quite sometime. And I happened to notice something. Please don't kill me after reading this. Okay. I warn you, this is extremely useless information and not worth reading it. Seriously!

Okay. So you still want to read. I like that. Have you played MS game Solitaire? Have you ever noticed what happens when you win the game? The cards which you have arranged on their respective slots would jump out and make some nice (or weird?) design. This actually is a slow process. I mean card jumps out slow and moves away. (Please see the image for better understanding)

Now, what on earth is my 'finding'? Here it is. As I said earlier, the card moves slow. But, if you keep moving your mouse so fast, the card-motion becomes fast too. That's the information I would like to 'announce'. khe khe khe...

PS: I was striving for some topic to write on my blog. And God heard my prayers and made me move my mouse fast when I won the game. And I happened to make the most amazing discovery of all times.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

lie with me.

September 2010
'I always wished to lie with you. Maye we dont desere it. You shouldn't e sad. That girl is nice. Lie happily with that girl. ye...' - This was a part of the email which was sent to him 3 years ago.

His wife happened to see this email after these many years. Guess what? Like any other girl, she thought he was cheating on her.

Verdict - They got separated.

Reason - April 2007. He still remembers his friend saying about her stupid keyboard - keys 'B' and 'V' not working.

Photo Credit: Andrew Keller / Image

i never knew she loved me this lot.

How do you feel when someone you love the most is getting married to someone else? I'm sure you would get hurt. At least for a second I used to think 'if she came running at the last moment...' And if it happened, that would be the sweetest and most memorable moment of my entire life and worst moment of others' lives. I've thought about stuffs of that sort. I wish I were the one who married the gal I loved the most, no matter what.

But now, situation is just opposite to what it used to be. Before, I used to think 'Why cant she come running to me?' Now, I'm supposed to be the one running.

I know someone who loves me so much. I know she wants me to marry her. Should I run-away from where I'm supposed to be, shouting 'I Love You too'? Or just leave everything to God?

Photo Credit: Mike Coombes / Image / Website

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

and happily ever after.

Hari still remember Veena once said that she will call him after marriage and they will be friends-for-ever. Though hari never believed that. If Hari was possessive about her 'friend' and he did not want her to have other friends, how can her 'husband' not be possessive about her?

Hari is accepting the fact that 'people change'. Girls especially...after marriage. Its not their fault. Its natural. They cant help it. Even their 'name' changes. khe khe khe...


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