Sunday, August 17, 2014
|You go, girl!|
Tomatoes: A human body is like two tomatoes placed one on the top of the other. If the top tomato rots, it simply stinks, but if the bottom one rots, it collapses and brings down the top one as well. Therefore you need to take extra care of the lower tomato. Now if you are reading this article, I am sure your top tomato is in the pink of health, but I cannot say the same thing about the bottom one. To keep your tomatoes in fine fettle, you need to eat a lot of tomatoes. Whenever, wherever, you see a red tomato, eat it then and eat it there, you will be young forever.
Posted by Giribala at 10:55 AM
Wednesday, July 9, 2014
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
|Look at his impish smile! |
(Picture via Wikimedia)
For centuries to come, historians, sociologists, and scientists will babble and squabble in public, and mull over and pull their hair out in private to ascertain whether the genius of the 13th Prime Minister of India Dr. Manmohan Singh was innate or acquired or both. If both, to what degrees?
One thing, however, is irrefutable and that is that whenever the future generations will come across the word genius, they will instantly associate it with Dr. Singh. For example just notice how some of the traits of a genius fit Dr Manmohan Singh to a tee:
Friday, April 4, 2014
Friends, I have found a new place to work. As my sisters in India would say, "Jhadu-pochha-bartan ke liye nayi kothi pakadi hai." Most of you might have had the nerve-racking experience of starting work at a new place. Ask President Obama how difficult it has been to clear the mess created by one's predecessor. While I as a cleaning lady am busy scrubbing grease from the kitchen counters, my husband, the gardener and the handyman is busy fixing the leaking pipes and replacing other faulty hardware.
Posted by Giribala at 12:33 PM
Saturday, March 15, 2014
Oh yes, his name is Khan and he is a very dangerous person. He is hell bent on spreading a virus that infects human brains. He has been working insidiously. It gives me a chill to think about a world full of infected people. This pied piper has been luring away our kids into the cult of math and science.
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Although they were named Romeo and Juliet, they were far from being the archetypal young lovers of the eponymous Shakespearian tragedy. Of course they were young and looked forward to having casual sex, but they held opposite views on the philosophy of "What's in a name?" Which was the bone of contention and one of the reasons behind their big fight. Now lying on hospital beds, Juliet and Romeo were nursing their wounds and also cursing a vermin for their fight.
Posted by Giribala at 9:47 AM
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
|(Image: 2012Connection -The Maya Meeting)|
I have been struggling with some problems these days. I will not bother you with all my troubles, even though I know you are gleefully looking forward to hear all of them to glean some satisfaction from the knowledge that someone has more serious, severe, dire life problems than the ones that you are having. There is no need to feel embarrassed. Schadenfreude is a universal emotion, besides it is a good word to teach your kids if they aspire to take part in spelling competitions.
Wednesday, January 8, 2014
|(Via Evangelical Right)|