Thursday, April 21, 2005

Existential crisis...

Sometimes in your sorry existence you start wondering - "Why am I alive?" Well, the answer to that is that you are alive because the very existence of a trillion odd cells depends on you. So killing yourself would mean murdering too many individual cells - and that would be plain mean.
So, I guess you figured out that I am slowly going mad. Maybe through the combined alcohol and pot withdrawal symptoms. Maybe its because I've been screamed at twice today and also put into a huge crisis about life. Thank god its junior P's birthday today, will give me a chance to drink again, and must get Tigerman to drive this time.
Thank god then for the far removed from reality world of the interweeb (no typo). I just blog, some people have a lot of spare time to put up throughly well-researched stuff online. Like The History of the Batmobile site. All I can say, in a Dr. Ashish Roy-esque (sorry for the Stephanian humour) way is 'Whoa!'

So you see, when under extreme duress some people resort to smoking, eating ice-cream, having sex with strangers - I resort (in a totally non-geeky sort of way) to the interweeb. Maybe also the last three at different points of time in my life, but still.
Talking about sex, this is a great site - The top ten reasons I hate fake lesbian sex. I wonder how the girls in LSR used to do it (or at least make out), because I know they did do it (Horse's mouth information - from several different pretty horses). But, its true, ViViD porn DVD's all have Jenna Jameson (or some other chick) violate the living daylights of some young girl, but it seems so un-natural. Actually all top-drawer American porn seems un-natural, not as bad as Mallu porn (which is scary, funny and gross all at once) but not as good as Japanese porn.
Why am I comparing porn right now, next thing you know, I'll switch into review mode and comment god-like on the virtues (or none) of the bukkake video I saw last night.
But, the most hilarious site I saw today was Action Philosophers. Dude, I so want to buy the comic book now. Look up the site, really worth it!

I was spending the morning listening to Maroon 5's Songs About Jane. Nice Album. However, songs about a lost love sometimes sound extremely distressing to me, and though their sond is funky, I did find myself switching over to listen to Rush's A Farewell to Kings. Here are the lyrics from their most popular hit - This Love

I was so high I did not recognize
The fire burning in her eyes
The chaos that controlled my mind
Whispered goodbye and she got on a plane
Never to return again
But always in my heart

This love has taken its toll on me
She said Goodbye too many times before
And her heart is breaking in front of me
I have no choice cause I won't say goodbye anymore

I tried my best to feed her appetite
Keep her coming every night
So hard to keep her satisfied
Kept playing love like it was just a game
Pretending to feel the same
Then turn around and leave again

This love has taken its toll on me
She said Goodbye too many times before
And her heart is breaking in front of me
I have no choice cause I won't say goodbye anymore

I'll fix these broken things
Repair your broken wings
And make sure everything's alright
My pressure on your hips
Sinking my fingertips
Into every inch of you
Cause I know that's what you want me to do

This love has taken its toll on me
She said Goodbye too many times before
And her heart is breaking in front of me
I have no choice cause I won't say goodbye anymore

This love has taken its toll on me
She said Goodbye too many times before
And my heart is breaking in front of me
She said Goodbye too many times before

This love has taken its toll on me
She said Goodbye too many times before
And her heart is breaking in front of me
I have no choice cause I won't say goodbye anymore...

Draw your own conclusions. 'Nuff said, I'm getting back to work.

2 comments:

rums said...

hmmm you had to mention ice cream and that too on a particularly i-want-icecream kinda day! can you convince the big chill guys to open an outlet in g'gaon? i suppose you are one of their most prized customers and they can't possibly turn you down!
as for throwing a party for little g, no, i think she is too young to understand or enjoy a full scale party, we'll have a quiet celebration. maybe we'll give her a whole bar of dark chocolate (she loves those), that would make her happier than a party i guess..

K said...

I guess that won't take them too much convincing, but I guess who'll manage the store for them?