Sunday, February 28, 2010

Effect of bhang

In a drink party, Mrs. ‘D’ narrated an incident to me. “Last year, on Holi, the festival of colors, I took bhang. Have you ever taken bhang?”
“Not yet.” I replied. She took a sip and said, “We all friends had fun on that day. We played with colors and balloons. Exhausted, we gathered together in my friend’s house. Bhang a cool milk beverage with light green shade was ready to remove our tiredness.” She swallowed a large amount and continued, “I sipped the delicious sweet drink with a flavor of spices and almonds. I relished it so much that I gulped down glasses and glasses of that, how many, I can’t recall.”

She looked into the glass as if she could see the reflections of that time in the wine. When she couldn’t find the next line to narrate she threw some more wine down her throat. “I started thinking what will be the effect of bhang on neurons. You know neurons – nerve cells.” I nodded. “It will be affecting neurons in several ways. It will be altering their membranes, along with their ion channels, enzymes, and receptors. It will be depressing neurons responsible for controlled behaviour and definitely affecting my thinking powers. Next day a friend told me that I was talking about the neurons and only the neurons when I was high.”

I glanced at the glass she was holding. It was now “Empty.” Not a single wine drop left in her glass and she was talking about neurons and only neurons. :-)

High up there, what do you talk about? ;-)

Thursday, February 25, 2010


"My hobbies are to eat, sleep and watch TV." A girl in her late teens told me. I thoroughly viewed her. Yeah, she was right her physique was also saying so. :)

We were sitting in a waiting lounge. I asked about her just to pass the time. But such great hobbies I had never heard.

What hobbies do you have? Do you have any hobby which differentiate you from others?

Monday, February 22, 2010


I was quite surprised as I noticed the personal information about relationship status of a 17 year old guy on a social networkin site on which he has mentioned that he is in a relationship. It seems to be a craze among teens to be in a relationship without even knowing how a person feels when he or she is in a relationship.

How one can know he or she is in relationship? Do you know? ;-)

Friday, February 19, 2010

Working hands

Walking through a crowded market of Gurgaon, a child's voice grabbed my attention. He was almost running to keep pace with me. He was carrying two packets in his hand and a polythene bag full of more packets in other hand. So a sales kid he was! I paused and looked towards him. He said, "I buy them directly from the factory. That's why it will cost you less."
"How much?" Although I was not in need of those packets but still kid's marketing skills were drawing my attention.
"One packet will cost ...." I couldn't hear the price because of car honk. "And if you buy two I will give you 25% discount."

My question is if I buy those packets from him, am I encouraging child labour or am I making a person self reliant?

Friday, February 12, 2010

Worst abuse

Two male senior citizens Mr 'X' and 'Y' were playing a blame game over a trifle. Mr.'X' who was more fussy, yelled, "......." On hearing such a high pitched voice with a steaming hot abuse, Mr 'Y's' wife who was standing nearby, fainted. :)

What do you think the person have said? What a worst abuse one have ever heard of course without fainting! ;-)

Note : This is a family site so no adult contents are allowed. :-D

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Serious or humorous

A single male in his mid thirties asked a question somewhere on net. His query was
"What he would do if he knew for surety that he would be alone for whole of his life?
1. Marry a woman whom he doesn't love.
2. Adopt a baby.
3. Do charity.
4. Commit suicide."

Serious : How can he be so sure that he would be alone for whole of his life? What is the reason(s) for choosing a lonely life? A clearer picture will help in finding better solutions. :)
1. Love is cultivated and nurtured with time. :)
2. Only one, why not many. :)
3. One can keep oneself sufficient busy by doing good things and by helping the needy. :)
4. Life is so beautiful full of plenty of options so die a natural death. :)

Humorous : 1. Getting married is not the only option, there are other options also. ;-)
2. Being Dad and mom would be far more easier than just father. ;-)
3. Charity begins at home. ;-)
4. Explore the net properly, many options are available. ;-)
Do all the options from 1 to 4 but in sequence. ;-)

Which is the better set of answers 'Serious' or 'Humorous'?

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Blue sky

"What is the colour of sky?", I asked to divert a kid's mind who was disturbing me. We, were in car on National Highway No.8. I was working on my laptop. I was busy as important work was to be completed before reaching the destination.
"Grey.", Quick child replied.
"No, Its blue." I said with my eyes fixed on screen.
"Its grey." He replied confidently.
I looked up, out of the window pane. Pollution, smoke and dust had covered the sky, giving it somewhat greyish tinge.

Will the coming generations be taught that sky is grey? :) Can we bring back the naturality of the sky?