August 24, 2009


Fasting + 14 hour work days = Slow, body-numbing, painful torture!

*sigh*

14 comments:

Lonely Perverted Soul said...

yea it sure is...

Anonymous said...

then dont fast if youre gonna call it torture. whats the point?

Ubaid said...

awwww


*by the way am back*

Americanising Desi said...

i think we are sharin the same feeling :)

Xeb said...

LPS, AD: *sympathetic smile*

Anon: I'm not certain what I'm calling torture, the fast, the hours I work, or a combination of both. Either way the truth is it be quite torturous at the moment!

UB: Back where from?

brok3n said...

its 16 hours long over here.... but i guess you guys have the whole garmi and load shedding crap there too.... HANG IN there man!

Desert Mystery said...

Day goes by much faster if you day dream about delicious Iftar food. Do they even have decent Iftar places in Islo? or is everyone sleeping by then :P

Xeb said...

b: Garmi and loadshedding I can manage, working full-time days (our company doesn't believe in Ramzan timing, they give us 'home-work' instead!) are hell! :P

DM: Islamabad is surprisingly awake at night. Barakaho on the under hand snoozes quite early. We need to stop being Karachi snobs and learn to survive in the boondocks it seems! :P

Anonymous said...

14 hour work days. thats a lot of work in the days of recession. Are you a software developer?

Xeb said...

Anon: Do software developers have the monopoly on ickily-long work days? :P

Deepak Iyer said...

I wouldn't take it lightly if someone called me a software developer ..

.. and if I weren't one.

Xeb said...

D: Why this bias against software developers? It's a perfectly worthy professions. Dontchoothink?

Deepak Iyer said...

I am heavily biased against software developers, that's all. I just think there are better people on the face of the earth. It's just my thing, if you may.


P.S. : Could I request you to not make up words without understanding the implications fully ? [:)]

Xeb said...

Haha, noted! :P