Category Archives: indian humor

“They won’t Remember you,” said Wifey.

“They won’t remember you,” quipped wifey when she saw me login to Facebook. “Who?” I asked, pretending that I hadn’t understood. Of course, I had. I’ve known her for close to fifteen years now, and for twelve of those, I’ve woken … Continue reading

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O’ Cockroaches of Shatabdi, Thank you!

We were sitting at the right side of the coach, where there are three seats to a row. We had a window seat, which was grabbed by wifey the moment we boarded, and a middle-seat. I too love the window-seat, … Continue reading

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Diaper-changing Dads or Mansplainers?

When Snapdeal published their advertisement lauding diaper-changing dads, I am sure they had no intention of reigniting the mansplaining debate in my house. I don’t blame them, for in all probability their advertisement was visualized by a mansplaining ignorant man… … Continue reading

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No Thank You, No Sorry, Hain ji?

That’s what Indians say…that between friends, there’s no Thank You, no Sorry, but I’m going to change myself. I’m sorry that I must send you to my other blog to read my posts, and in advance, I am thanking you … Continue reading

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A Special post for my Blogging Friends

My Blogger Friends, This post is for you. As you must’ve noticed, my posting schedule has gone haywire recently, and my visiting behavior is even worse.  Let me explain. For the last 3 weeks, I’ve been working on publishing the … Continue reading

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497 marks out of 500! What lies ahead?

Delhi girl Sukirti Gupta has set a new standard for examinees India-wide. Now parents have a new bench-mark for their kids, and those prepping up for taking the board exams next year now have a new kind of nightmare – … Continue reading

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Registered for Blogging201 and preparing for Wifey’s Outburst

Friends from Blogging101 and Writing101, I gave the NaNoWriMo a miss but have registered for the Blogging201 course. I am wondering if any of you have too. It’s going to run from December 8th to 17th, and you can register for it … Continue reading

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Part 2 of “Twitter gets a heart – Chandraketu loses his!”

This post continues the story of Chandraketu and his bubbly, bouncy heart. Read the first part here. The next morning, Chandraketu reached his tuition-class with a card that had a single rose on it. He had literally poured his heart … Continue reading

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Coffee, Honey, and a South Indian Boy in Nevada.

If we were having coffee right now…I’d tell you that I’m stretched to my limit and stretching me any further would break me into two. This of course will make mom and wifey very happy, because they’ll get their own halves … Continue reading

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Sumit khaak sambhal lega? Everybody Loves Raymond and Raymond Loves India.

Indian-ness is so in vogue these days that even Raymond and his salty-peppery family have gotten Indian Passports, through Star Plus. Raymond is now Sumit, who, as the Indian name of the program proclaims, will take care of everything. He’s … Continue reading

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Anandhotep runs after his dream…leaving tattered bandages in his wake.

It’s getting creepier. First, I just clung to the computer for a couple of more hours after my work-day ended. Then, I started returning to it after the evening tea. Recently, I’ve begun to return to my work-desk after dinner. … Continue reading

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