July 7, 2009



Na?

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Also, on a different note, the parent thinks I should stop mentioning an impending PhD to prospective suitors. She thinks I may be using a futuristic parhai plan to scare off random men. She's on to me.
*sigh*

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Another random tangent: if you haven't seen & heard the 'Playing for Change' songs (in life) then you're doing yourself a disservice. The one below is my favorite, but there are many where this one came from. Enjoy.



8 comments:

Natasha said...

dammit! i hate how our mothers can see right through us. but i say, play it strong!!!

will you come back to new york? we never got to meet :( - which was partly my fault.

Lonely Perverted Soul said...

Yea the parhai plan is getting old.. :P U need something else...

Deepak Iyer said...

Damn .. I am out of ideas to comment here.
Could you please assume something mean [:)] ?

Xeb said...

N: I have no clue! :( I'm hoping soon. Let's see.

L: Sigh. We try what and when we can. :P

D: Assumed. And you suck! :P

Lonely Perverted Soul said...

Try fainting in front of ur mom... :P when u hear the word shaadi.. :P

Xeb said...

L: Haha, someone I think she MAY just see through that one!

Lonely Perverted Soul said...

You really do have a clever mom... :)

Aneela Z said...

i would rather you use your wit to a Phd dissertation rather than sexing up the dhobi key kapron ka list, sigh. Not that there is anything wrong with it, but I wish pursuing an academic degree could be THE áchieve before deadline' rather than 'if she is not procreating, cohabiting tau yeh hee sahee'.
Make your mom watch the rakhi swayamvar, that will scare her into filling out your application!!