Friday, June 16, 2006

Anybody but... did I say something!



Originally uploaded by ricardo54br.
Damn, you hate the sure-shot favourites to win anything just because of the fact that they're the sure-shot favourites and despite Argentina and Spain (thank god for that) now proclaiming their intentions (Ing-Er-Lund on the other hand... lets not go there) you have to give credit where credit is due. My freaking god, those Brazilian chiquitas are scorching! And just for that, they deserve a cup of joy!
I've been ususually busy over the last couple of days and actually spent last night in Pune. Now, Pune is in a state of disrepair worse than Bangalore, and that about says it all. Unlike Bangalore's regressive administration however, Pune is at least doing something about it by actually building a flyover where work is actually happening (unlike Bangalore, and come to think of it, most other Indian cities save the capital) but in the process they've made the town into a living hell. Because Pune has a disease - they're called two-wheelers. You can't drive, cross the road or even try and make a phone call because you never know where on earth one of them will pop out from.
Pune is also (by far) India's sex capital. Any city where you put 100,000 students with no parental control in will be a hub of lust. The place is freaking crazy (though admittedly none of the people look very enticing), and unlike Bombay with such a large crowd - incestuous rat-like behaviour doesn't occur (don't ask what my friends have been upto - it seems like everybody is doing everybody and.. well, it is a bit weird alright!). Of course, any pandemic expert would be mortified if they ever got to Pune, but chances are a Bajaj something will kill him or her before any research gets done.
Anyway, I'm sitting in office at ten at night, so I guess it would be a good idfea to get my posterior off my chair and scrape my eyes off the screen and head home.
Man, those girls....

6 comments:

thalassa_mikra said...

Brazilian girls are beautiful, but they are also plastic fantastic. Brazil has the highest plastic surgery rates in the world, and apparently they even have mobile plastic surgery clinics that go door to door offering nip-tuck, nose jobs, etc.

But hey, if it looks good, it's all good.

Anonymous said...

pune as a sex city ... well u shouldn't call it that ... i've been in pune for over 7 years .. studying working ... girls and boys do have the freedom and they often sleep around too ... but sex trade is very low compared to dellhi ...

GBO said...

K, can you please tell your friends at the AAI/whatever that placing potted plants WITHIN the baggage carousel loop at DEL is a dumb idea? Now we have tiny monsoon flies biting us INSIDE the airport.

Also, will "they" please do something about drivers and others hanging their meet-and-greet boards on the rails, since we do get scracthed by them when we walk past?

Thanks much . . .

K said...

GBO, theoretically Delhi is now in the hands of the GMR-Fraport consortium and not the AAI, so we have to talk to someone else altogether.
T_M : As you said...
Anon : I never said Pune has a 'sex trade' problem - it has a sex problem. Nothing wrong with people sleeping around - I'm just worried that very often many of them don't use protection. I've seen my friends use lame excuses to justify that - with 18-19-20 year olds you're just worried that it could be worse.

Priya said...
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Priya said...

Pune has a two-wheeler disease? Then Bangalore definitely suffers from an epidemic. Last spoke to someone in Bangalore's Automobile Association and was "informed" Bangalore has "the largest two-wheeler population in the country (which largely contributes to the city's vehicular pollution)." Pune's stripped Blr of this claim to fame, too? But then, all information on Bangalore from Bangalorians to the rest of the world is always to be take with truck loads of salt and whateverelse.