"So he dropped this girl everyday near her house after college. He was head over heels for her." Said my uncle continuing the story. "I asked him if I could meet the girl, if possible, after all, he's my friend and I gotta see his girlfriend." He then went for a glass of water while … Continue reading A story for an afternoon.
While I sit here whining, you're out there caring for someone else who's more blessed than I am to be in your company. My pain is what you can see but more than what meets your eye, the one which you can never feel. Life goes on and as it goes, it fails to take … Continue reading Stupid shit.
So many people advice us to be and stay positive. Just do what you must irrespective of outcome, they say, and leave out all the rest. If we really have to leave out all the rest, why start in the first place? We always do what we do because we expect something to happen. "Hope … Continue reading Positivity is crap.
"Just like there's God, there are ghosts. God is everywhere and so are ghosts. This thread will protect you from all the evil in the air and you know what? It costs just ₹100!" The old man kept talking while tying up the thread to my wrist. It was green and dirty, covered in dust. … Continue reading A casual encounter
She put her hands inside his pants. "Be a man when a woman asks you." She pulled herself closer, clutching him tighter. "Where's all your manhood? I'm a woman and I'm the one who's wanting it." He tried to fight her off like a defenseless child. A sudden surge of emotions, a multitude of them … Continue reading Violation
"Go to the gym, maybe it'll help you gain some muscle and weight." That's what my friends say. "Don't you eat anything? Why are you so thin?" My relatives often ask. Now I'm not against anyone regarding their comments on my body type and food habits but I want to shout out whenever I hear … Continue reading Stop advising.
Adulthood always seemed fascinating when I was a child. All I wanted to do was grow up so that I can do what I like. Having to request for watching TV late at night, my persistent hatred for homework, the constant "you'll get one when you're old enough" made me restless. As a kid, I … Continue reading Growing up