Total Paisa Vasool – Getting your money’s worth, the Indian way!

Anandhotep has used some of stinky old bandages to tie me to my desk so that I can work on the next issue of the QSM Magazine. I’ve been barred from posting on my blog, until I’ve painted the cover, sent emails to the new authors, and edited all of my own articles for the March issue.

But then I am a new age man who knows that there’s something called screenshots, and so I am posting an article from the Jan issue of the QSM Magazine for you. When you are done commiserating with Dad, me, and wifey, head over to ISSUU.com to download/read the full issue.

While you are there, please don’t stop yourself from clicking the “share” and “like” buttons. Your support is essential for the success of the QSM Magazine.

Anandhotep is getting restless and I have this sinking feeling that he knows…so let me post this and scoot!

Total Paisa Vasool - from the QSM Magazine January 2016 issue - Indian humor and comedy

Total Paisa Vasool - from the QSM Magazine January 2016 issue - Indian humor and comedy

Total Paisa Vasool - from the QSM Magazine January 2016 issue - Indian humor and comedy

 

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26 Responses to Total Paisa Vasool – Getting your money’s worth, the Indian way!

  1. BunKaryudo says:

    I’d just never thought of it that way before. With a train journey, you get your money’s worth — all the that travel time that you’ve paid for. 🙂

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    • Anand says:

      Not many can think like my mom. The outer realms of her mental expanse remain unknown even to Dad…and after four decades of marriage too! Mom knows how to get her money’s worth in ways never before thought of by mankind.

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      • BunKaryudo says:

        She sounds like an amazing women. Having a mother with a quirky way of looking at the world must be a lot of fun, though. 🙂

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      • Anand says:

        1% Quirky 99% Snarky. I can’t bring myself to speak of the snarky, because that will demolish the loving, sacrificing, selfless stereotype that we are taught to revere – and Anandhotep, with 3500 years of wisdom burdening his brow, knows that some stereotypes are best left alone.

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      • BunKaryudo says:

        Very wise, Anand. I also will not say anything about my dear old mom that might tarnish the stereotype of mothers as loving and selfless — at least not while she’s glowering at me and hold the frying pan above her head like that.

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  2. Nimz says:

    Hilarious.. Really!! Most moms are like this.. 🙂
    Good work.. 🙂

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  3. Wandering Soul says:

    No wonder then that I finally got you to write back! 😛 Anandhotep is more efficient, comes once in two months and finishes a workload of 2 months. Must learn from him 😀

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    • Wandering Soul says:

      That changed the whole meaning of it. :/
      I mean I didn’t get you to write back. I finally got a reply from you. 😛

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      • Anand says:

        Oh you got me to work alright. You’ve got a communication line open with that bugger, and he does have a weakness for unquestioningly complying with any request a lady makes. I have this eerie feeling that tying me up to my desk to get me to work, may have been your idea – one that you planted in that creepy mummy’s head.

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    • Anand says:

      Yes, yes! That guerrilla once told me that he was the first one to propose the theory X (not Douglas McGregor!) He has never told me clearly, but I have a feeling that he was a supervisor of the tomb-construction work!

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  4. Your mom certainly has a unique perspective on things!

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  5. Jackie says:

    You know, if air travel becomes any more difficult, tedious, and downright boring, maybe we’ll all go back to trains. Looks like mom may have something here! Hmm.

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  6. You should thank Anandhotep for tying you up to your desk and making you get that mag out in time! 🙂

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    • Anand says:

      Don’t join forces with him, Rashmi. He lived, dies, and now stinks on the dark side. Give him a finger to hold and he’ll pull you over to his side, where there’s nothing but the inky darkness of continuous work. Remember that you’ve been warned!

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  7. Hahaha! In total Paisa Vasool, I didn’t expect the ending where the son squeezes lemon to assure his Mom about he is saving money 😀 very funny!

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