Monday, March 26, 2012

Truth Teller's Punishment?

Just caught some people blatantly lying around... I guess they must have thought I was stupid or something. Funnily enough, the lie doesn't even make any difference to me but the punishment's the same for the both the liars and the truth tellers so what was the point of telling the truth, again? Remind me.


*P.S This holds for 'most' of the cases. Not all... (obviously)

Monday, March 19, 2012

Revenge is Sweet?

More importantly...Yes, that's a fake Uma Thurman on the poster there... Just in case you were wondering...

Sunday, March 18, 2012


My dino drawing needs work! :)
P.S Ads on PTV suck so bad, it's a wonder they haven't created a vacuum as yet... I don't usually watch TV so I'm not sure if these are the same ads playing on other channels. If so... well... g'luck with watching some guy's moustache and beard getting dyed (ew!)

Also for my real views on Pakistani cricket:

Friday, March 16, 2012

Profound Poetry Confounds Part II

Translation of a hot romantic Indian song [Sung by a guy for a gal]:
"To me you seem hot,
Like a Rs 100,000/- note..."

There's no break for the thinkers :) Someone ought to go over song's lyrics to check for thinker's trolling...

Possible (tested and tried) methods of investment:

-Going to the box and stuffing her into the vault.
-Selling her off and buying a share in a venture
-(Most popular): Burying her in the back yard and waiting for the right time to unearth her on a need- basis :P

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Profound Poetry Confounds

Translation of a hot romantic Indian song [Sung by a guy for a gal]:
"To me you seem hot,
Like a Rs 100,000/- note..."
[lyrics and songs have weird rhythms, in case you hadn't noticed :P]

Plus,  what, is he gonna say and do later on?
 'I'll pay cash' and then deposit the girl?
Or buy something for Rs 100/- and say 'Keep the change?'
Or say: Your value decreases more and more every single day
Or say: You're wrinkly, I'll exchange you for a new one

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Pakistani (Girls), Cruel Since Their Childhood?

*Dus Pattay toray is a desi version of pat-a-cake rhyme but with loads of seemingly unconnected stuff making up the bulk of  the poem....*

Which reminds me: Dus pattay toray must have been written by a disgruntled mom-in-law 'cause there's a clause in there totally against the daughter-in-law! 

And a meme to go along with it...(Sorry to people who don't understand the awesomeness of mismatched nonsensical rhymes). The gist of it is: We took ten leaves off of the tree and one of 'em was a bit...young? unripened? green? (hmmmm!) so it was useless and then there's a whole rhyme about a deer fawn and how it went to drink water and got lost which leads us to want to capture it's grandma (without any cause whatsoever, I might add) and so on.....

Sunday, February 26, 2012

Book Keeping

Space is an increasingly precious commodity and I realize that these books take up space but they're so pretty to look at! =P

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Pakistani Crickets Chirping

I mean, honestly! This hit and miss style of playing unpredictably suits both the Pakistani viewers and players. A win win situation, if you think about it. No worrying the team needlessly for (*gasp*) 50 overs (or more in test matches)...This is pretty much a gullee danda style of playing which we all love and miss (not so much now that T20 has taken over). 

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Factual Feelings

While discussing with MU (of the besties fame) today about how sometimes your instinct tells you something and how you're very doubtful about certain situations (e.g whether you're reading the situations correctly or not) and then you have the brilliant idea to discuss it with your friend because you believe that'll give you the outsiders' perspective; so you do so. What you don't realize that it isn't a true outsider idea because your friend is gonna support you ( most cases), so what you get is a feeling which you now believe has turned into fact due to your friend's support. That is what usually messes us up so bad because then we're astounded as to why the situation didn't play out the way we wanted it to. 

What's the solution? This is according to what MU and I deduced 

Paying attention to the situation and may be checking what you would advise someone (unknown to you) in that same situation might help. I guess when we advise others, we're more logical so that should (technically) help you (and me) with whatever you (and I) are facing. I shall be testing it out from now on. Oh, and if you have an idea, lemme know by leaving a comment below... 

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

How Humsafar Helps Pakistani Youth Prosper

(I guess I am like those most girls if you count Hugh Laurie as eye candy :P, House M.D FTW! )

Tuesday, February 21, 2012


 [ I'm guessing most people don't end up marrying their significant others]

Friday, February 10, 2012

Brave Souls

Talking about Stephen Hawking with my mom. (I  keed! I don't endorse polygamy)

Thursday, February 09, 2012

When You're Scared Of Laughing...

I ain't joking. 
I didn't watch it.  I couldn't. Is it garnering viewership by intimidating the public?

Wednesday, February 08, 2012

Minty Fresh Real-ay-shun-ship

Got sucked (pushed, some might say? ) into reading the playbook for- know, playing around, and this is what guys are thinking when they hit the 'plateau'...[ Reference:]. Glad I'm out of this loop. It'd probably be hell.

Clarification: After strong comments from the post's author, I tried to read it again and check the interpretation. Apparently, the post's about moving on when you fall in love with someone else (or I guess if someone else falls in love with you?) - but I still maintain that at a given time in any relationship, things WILL become stale. You could be married to the most beautiful, most intellectual person on earth and still be like: 'why am I stuck with this person?' This is the natural order of things, I guess... 

Tuesday, February 07, 2012

Wednesday, February 01, 2012

Pakistani Haute Cuisine

And nothing can stop me from enjoying it, not even...

My mom cursing us for staining the cup so bad!

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Tweet Tweeeeeeeeeeeeee.....

To highlight the Twitteratzi problem, I had to quieten the Grammar Nazi in me

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Pakistanis' Race Against the Machines (and other Pakistanis)

Yes, I do realize it's technically man against man in the grand scheme of things but machines make an interesting ally. Also, more examples coming up later.

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Remind Me Again

I mean all I saw (or remember) was them wiping blood off each other with dirty rags [or at least Trin did?]. That seems kinda unhygienic to me, to tell the truth.

Monday, January 09, 2012

Thursday, January 05, 2012

One For Team Desi

Truly am sorry that you won't be able to enjoy this if you don't understand Urdu/Hindi.