Friday, 16 December 2011

Observations.

I'm typically one of those sad fellows who finds immense joy in observing the lives of others. That compensates for the lack in life, and also contributes humbly to the popularity of Mark Zuckerberg. Very Utilitarian, I know. And what better than human bondages, and their severances. Anyway, so break ups are always supposed to be this sad affair that involves some hours of sentimental tear jerking, sniffs, reminiscences, what-ifs and some more of tear jerking. But everything has a positive side, I'd always like to believe.

Post severances of alliances, one is liberated for a while, and that's when one can fondly check out the girls on the road without pangs of guiltiness (basing this on a dubious assumption that guilt pangs were felt when alliances were intact). One's monthly budget is generously reduced, and one is not scolded for not calling up, or calling at the wrong time, or calling at the right time with the wrong purpose, or calling at the wrong time with the wrong purpose. A lot of trouble is solved at one go. There might be sudden feelings of being left alone for the rest of the life or something like that. But it's never like that. The world has too many people, and on top of that there are also too many people who wouldn't mind maintaining two or more relationships. Nothing can be too bad in this world. ;)

5 comments:

Priyanka Mehta said...

Came across this blog via your YouthKiAwaaz link. Loved your artcile there and loving this blog too!

Olive Oyl said...

@priyanka: thank you! :) see you around here :)

Sohini said...

Nice article ... Recently had one myself ... so was kinda inspiring ... But right now going to this 'end of the world' phase !

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