Thursday, November 26, 2009

Express Train of Thought.

Climbing up the walls --> Wallflower --> Epistolary --> Selective illusion --> Crunching numbers --> Paradox-8 --> Discretion--> Maskirovka --> Instinct v/s Impulse --> Discordia --> Ethics of Power --> Judgment --> Social conditioning --> Perceptual distortion --> Homogeneity --> Brownian Motion --> Relativity --> Intelligent Design --> Geocentricity --> Tree of Knowledge --> A religion with human guilt as a basic tenet --> Dark Ages --> Ice-Cream Assassin --> Blitzkrieg --> The nature of the anti-thesis --> Going too far right brings you to the left.

The last line won't let me sleep tonight.

Thus went a 20 minute bus ride. It's been one of those days. The ones that feature as a red cross on your calender. With cryptic notes attached and stuff. And to think, it all started with a song. A rather addictive one, in fact.

Happy people piss me off. Majorly. You know, the sort that spout sunshine in copious amounts from every thread of their being. By the power vested in me by virtue of being a devoted cynic, I hereby decree that any person found grinning a five-inch smile on a godawful, cold Monday morning be shot down mercilessly. Seriously!
But despite myself, I admit... this makes a pretty snazzy dashboard. Yes, clicked today. Pami's gaddi.

And,
this also featured as part of the fateful day that was. Gifted to a friend on her birthday. I think it's awesome. AWWW-SUMM. In an annoying American accent, no less.Inappropriate, did you say? I would totally wear this around town. And zoom in on random people to check if some of them are capable of not getting the pun. I have a feeling I'd be surprised. This blog is increasingly getting NSFM(Not Safe For Mom) by the day. I think I'll blare some more Manson out to the world now. I miss drag races and general nihilistic behavior. Also, I'm totally typing this to get into trouble. Behold the retired rebel that is me.

On a completely unrelated note, I'm tempted to slap a poetic license on to everything I've ever written. But that would be modesty. Good thing I don't do modesty.

*zooms in*

23 comments:

mgeek said...

That T-Shirt's naughty :-)

soin said...

if you are to shoot the happy widdys how are we to prove ourselves to be cynics since they are gone..and t-shirt is crass..in the way it says my boobs are small but my vagina is good..but then if you change the orientations of the dimensions it works out well..damn the 2d 3d conversion..free

Sherry Wasandi said...

@ mgeek: Yes. Thank you for stating the obvious. :)

@ soin: Too crude. Save it.

Tangled up in blue... said...

Atleast you had the subtlety to not give your friend a gift like a cuddly soft white kitty cat with the words, "Love me, Love my pussy." on its rump.

My friends thought it wud be "cool" to give me that. Imagine my tribulation when I found my dad looking incredulously at it.

:D

Sherry Wasandi said...

Ha!
Question: What did your Dad do about it?

Mine would have gone into a state of silent contemplation and passive aggression. I inherit the latter from him. :) Though, not the silence part of it. Pity pity.

Kirra Serra said...

Not 'pity' as much as 'amen'.
Your train of thoughts definitely explains a lot. ;p
Also, I admit to Garfield-worship. He knew what he was talking about.

Srishti said...

Lol...its a sunny Saturday afternoon, can I smile? :)

I went to the trade fair the other day and this Turkish guy was wearing this t-shirt that said
FBI- Fabulous Body Inside.

Haha.

Tangled up in blue... said...

Well, my dad's a shrink so he decided to have a 'discussion' about it. When he saw I wasnt very keen on the subject, he cleverly went about studiously ignoring the stuffed toy that day onwards..

:D

Arzaletta said...

The best T-shirt quote that I came across was a cartoon figure of man with a standing weapon and the quote saying "The weapon of ass destruction"....censor this comment...hahaha

Lemon Girl said...

I should simply adore my friends. They plan on a tee which has the following quotes:
1. Daarubaaz
2. Suttabaaz
3. Chaalbaaz
4. Nakhrebaaz
5. Suwar ke bacche idhar mat dekh (with an arrow towards the boob area)

And then my dad wonders why i did not laugh at the following line - "your eyes are like spanners, coz my nuts tighten when i see them".

:-|

JD said...

O_o @Lemon Girl. That is SOME graphic imagery.

Speaking of which, Sherry, nice touch with the image of the smileys. Those things are on every bag around, why would people do that, ever?

weevil girl said...

HAHAHAHSAKJSGDASFGSJHFSHGFSFSDFSSDGF I LOVE YOUR BLOG NOW DONT I.

weevil girl said...

thankyou :)

and, this:
http://busyaarrrr.blogspot.com/

since you prolly havnt noticed. its more of a pune blog. hee. xD

Sherry Wasandi said...

@ Kirra Serra: True. How very true.

@ Srishti: Yes. :) Saturdays/Fridays are the best days of the week.(depending on when your week ends.) I look like the smiley itself every Saturday evening.

Sherry Wasandi said...

@ Srishti: Also, I recently saw one on a bike with the words "Super Bunny" embroidered to the back of his shirt, with a bugs bunny-shaped motif.

As is obvious, fashion knows no bounds.

Sherry Wasandi said...

@ Tangled up in blue: I think I'm jealous about the fact that your Dad is a shrink. :)

I mean, just IMAGINING your dinner table conversations makes me go to the happy little place in my head!

@ Arzaletta: Then I'm sure you've noticed the "In case of emergency break ass" sign you probably come across everyday. At least.

Sherry Wasandi said...

@ Lemon Girl: HA! Brilliant!

You have a thoroughly enlightened group of friends, it seems.


@ JD: Another baffling mystery that the universe presents to torture thinking minds. What plight, I say!

Sherry Wasandi said...

@ weevil girl: Loving it. Going though it right now.

At the risk of sounding stupid/creepy, I'll still say that you, are brilliant. Also, your blog would be one of the first I ever came across. I am awed by you. Really.

Srishti said...

SHERRY I LOVE WHAT YOU HAVE DONE TO THE BLOG!
ITS SOOOO COOL!

And I know I've read that somewhere...'clean my desk, feed the cat, save the planet'. I just can't remember where. :(

I got another one for you. This guy had this on the back of his car "Aukaat hai toh overtake karke dikha".

=|

Sherry Wasandi said...

Thank you! Been trying to come up with something suitable since last night. Good to have your approval.

Haha! Beats "buri nazar waale tera mooh kaala". However, a friend of mine got that embossed onto his iPod. Actually!

Also, the Director of one of the 3 colleges I had taken admission into before landing up where I am, drove to campus everyday in a car that had "Ride for Beer" on the rear bumper.

Tangled up in blue... said...

We've had one of his patients showing up at our door with a bamboo stick asking to meet the doctor who has given him the devil's medicine.

Thats when mum instructed him to stop printing the home address on the visiting car.

So, umm, there's the downside, too. ;D

Misanthropist said...

Sherry this new look is fatang(read sexy)!!

But one question. What's with the red maple leaves. They were there on the previous templates too!any significance?

And that tee is absolutely AWW-SUMM!!
I'd wear it too any day. in case jo khaas hai woh paas nahi! :P

Sherry Wasandi said...

@ Tangled up in blue: Ahh... occupational hazards. :)

Yet, I find the field thoroughly fascinating.

@Misanthropist : Thank you! The word "fatang" has now been added to my dictionary. Must say, it raises it's charm ten-fold!

True. Very cryptic significance. Should I say it? Should I not? Grr..... *bites nails*

All right. I admit.

I Like The Way They Look.
Ohh... the horror.

:P

The "khaas" one wouldn't love it as much? :)