Remorseless cruelty

The actions of these demented sociopath couple, managed to disturb my days of quietude. Throughout this very complicated, if not confusing elaboration of their life story, there is much discussion of faith, the perception of need versus greed.

Soon after their marriage, they learned that the lady cannot conceive. Then followed, 8 years of extreme conscientious medical treatments. And so yes, thanks to all advance in medicine, the couple learned they are going to be parents soon. But soon they learned one more thing; they will have to take up the responsibility of upbringing a female child. They made their decision very soon, ‘they don’t want the child’. The lady, childless for 8 years, was not ready to nurse a female child.

So heinous! Now it is clear once more that nobody wants to have a girl child. And they still believe that God is responsible for their unhappiness.

I remember reading this “The phenomenon of female infanticide is as old as many cultures, and has likely accounted for millions of gender-selective deaths throughout history.” Oh yes, but why? Due to the preference for male babies and from the low value associated with the birth of females. Murdering girls is still sometimes believed to be a wiser course than raising them.

Dowry abolished. As per records we gained male, female equality, but the story of sex-selective abortion still continues.


Quick Updates

some more updates as on Oct 14
1. My parents are officially hatin me....
2. To make things look a lil better... I just have to go 'n see this guy workin for IBM...'n if he likes me (if I like him, seems to be toattaly outta general discussion) ... well that's it.... get the white frock....
3. oh man I'll no longer be single...
4. he doesn't want a workin wife (means I'll have a fuckin life)....

Did I miss something????? Oh Ho hohO... NOOOOOooooooooooo....

1. I was in a condition of biological rest for about a month now, no blogging (Well, U can’t blame me. It was all ‘coz of the accident! It was so funny)

2. I found out that Ruplai can be sweet at times, she took print outs of every new post on every blog dat I read.

3. She also insisted her boyfriend to come to our place with his laptop, so dat I could blog (while they %^$@@ in the next room. OOOPs!!!).

4. My relatives in search for a groom. It can’t get better than this!!!

5. Met a strikingly odd husband and wife. They deserve to be executed.

6. I am confused with my officially crazy mood swings. Still trying to find out the reason for me being discombobulated.

7. My ex-boy friend got engaged and he FORGOT to tell me!!! Should I buy that?

8. Nights I get so liquored up. Well I quit smoking.


Tagged Again !!!

Tagged! Again! This time, it’s to list 3 of my favorite books. Yes, that was correct, THREE. Oh! Man! Justly deserved penalty!

Thanx Arun- the man who tagged me, Well lemme try,

1. To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
Did you know: The novel is renowned for its warmth and humor, despite dealing with serious issues of rape and racial inequality. British librarians ranked the book ahead of the Bible as one "every adult should read before they die".

2. Gone with the Wind By Margaret Mitchell
Did you know: It is the only novel by Mitchell published during her lifetime, and it took her ten years to write it. Oh!

3. The Godfather By Mario Puzo
Did you know: Much controversy surrounds the title of the book and its underworld implications. The term The Godfather was first used in connection with the Mafia during Joe Valachi's testimony during the 1963 Congressional Hearing on Organized Crime.

Now reading: Are You Afraid of the Dark (Sydney Sheldon), Once I finish this, I will soon go and grab Morning Noon and Night by Sydney Sheldon.

Now, the best part,
I hereby tag:
Hari (he’ll kill me)
The layman (howzaaat…..?)
Mixed Blessings 89


I am Tagged for the first Time

Soooooo... I am tagged. Isn't that CoooooooL? I have been tagged by Layman....
Lemme start my Job. I dont think its dat easy. I have a looooootttt.... to put in here. Well lemme try n get the "Favorite", Favorites. What say?

The Tag
Jot down 5 of your favorite quotes from the various books you’ve read. If you don’t have the books with you now, Googling (Wikiquotes and the like) can be used to find them. Tag five people and acknowledge the person who tagged you.

Here it goes....
"Love is only a dirty trick played on us to achieve continuation of the species." -W. Somerset Maugham, A Writer's Notebook
"Software development, like professional sports, has a way of making 3O year old men feel decrepit."
Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson
"Success is a lousy teacher."
The Road Ahead by Bill Gates
"It is chloroform in print." (this comment is on a boring book)
Roughing It by Mark Twain
"I'm a genius, but I'm a misunderstood genius."
"What's misunderstood about you?"
"Nobody thinks I'm a genius."
Calvin and Hobbes

Soooooo Done???

I tag....?????

......he hah aha ha ....this is fun

rest.... hmmm... any one who reads this. I am sorry I don't know any one here.


Some people make me sick

Stop telling me that “you have to complete this work by EOD”
I will not, I’ll complete as much as possible, rest… I don’t care!

Stop telling me “No Drinking, No Smoking”
I’ve been taught the ill effects too…

Stop telling me that “U’d look great if you lose some pounds”.
I know I am FAT.

Stop telling me that I’ve got a lot of pimples recently.
It’s quite annoying. I have a mirror, I can count and I know four is greater than three.

Stop telling me it’s important to look good.
What do you have to offer if I do?

Stop telling me that “Life is full of Ups and Downs”
I did not complain, did I?

Stop telling me that “your decision to switch profession was fallacious”
U have a problem?

Stop telling me that “you are the best in my life, but you also have reasons to leave me”


Dedicated to my friend…

She always had that smile on her face, fake, may be she didn't want others to know the mental anguish............

“Hide the pain, carry on, Routine is the key. Don't let on that you're not, what you're pretending to be.”

Alone she read, alone she dream, she like her music loud, and fault her faultless fate. One thing was sure, all she wanted was to hide, hide the catastrophic pain.

“Lock it all up inside you, How badly that bodes. Look out for that one day, when it all just explodes.”

Alone she made the decision to end it up all, she didn’t know how many people would later cry, the knife slashed her wrist, the blood poured out.

“Tried to be free, yet I see that wasn’t the way. Her life goes on. Now she has nothing to hide except for the big ugly mark on her wrist."



Her soul is fading And so is she
Only one person Can set her free

But it cannot happen It will not be
His eyes are closed He cannot see. . .