Now, that should be the national dress code for guys on Rakshabandhan day !!! 😀 😀
This was a forward sent by Rakesh yesterday. Rakesh is an upcoming blogger (but not new to the comments here) and hopes to be an addict some day. Can you imagine, I was his inspiration to blog !!! Check out his review on Transformers 2, it’s a total laugh riot !!! (Rakesh, that’s too much of publicity for you. Whens the treat?)
Anyway, I hope everyone had a wonderful Rakshabandhan. Guess what, I didn’t get any kind of thread on my hands this year!! Yeyyyy !!!! There are only three girls during my shift, one of them is too new to tie anything on anyones hand :D, the other one doesn’t speak to me since I pulled her leg publicly (actually, that leg pulling incident was the first time I ever spoke to about her, and she doesn’t speak to me because she still has no clue of what I said 😉 ), and the third one, I believe, didn’t take bath yesterday and so I didn’t go anywhere near her ( her hair looked so ewww!) !!!
Btw last year, on Rakshbandhan day, I had published a post that’s totally opposite to the one I did this year. Thanks a lot Verbivorehere for pointing it out and also for your comments in that post. But one question to you, Verbi : how did you even know about such a post? I don’t remember you commenting for that! Did you actually check out what I published last year same time? 😀 😀
But before signing off, theres something that I wanted to convey through Prem, but I couldn’t —
“Please stop ‘creating’ new brothers and sisters just because you know that such a day exist and you can take advantage of that ! It would be appreciable if people really understood the concept of Rakshabandhan and then went ahead with tying and getting tied. It’s a divine relationship and please do refer someone as your brother or sister only when you really mean it!! Moreover, we are still no.2 in population and don’t we need to beat the Chinese ?? 😀 ”