A has gone outta town. Saat samunder paar and all that. And i just missed my second dance class today. Two hours on Sunday and one hour on Monday - gone. Flushed down with, ummm, okay let’s not get into that.
So now from being ahead of the class, i’ll be back to being last. Boo fucking hoo.
While on the class, let me tell you the difference between the Mac boys and the non Mac boys. Now salsa is a dance where the guy leads, where you dance in unison and all that. The Mac boys will laugh, throw themselves on the floor with gusto, and we’ll have much fun trying to get it right.
The Non Macs will blush when they have to hold your hand. Then they’ll be all conscious about not stamping on your feet. They’ll stare at your ear, instead of looking you in the eye. Dude, I don’t give a shit. I’m here to dance. Not to play footsie with you. Let’s get on with it.
Most i endure because you must practise with all kinds. But I think another time one of them gives me a limp hand, and shuffles around looking all apologetic, i’ll just stamp on his feet.
Bored Trivia 1: http://www.themanwhofellasleep.com/starfacts.html. In case you want porn stars to help you with your general knowledge.
Which in turn reminds me, Savitha Bhabi is dead. It is a great loss. We shall observe a two minute silence.
The I&B ministry really needs to get a life.
Kahani Mein Twist 1: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Savita-Bhabhi/19710074981
For all those who are getting their knickers in a twist, Savitha Bhabi lives on. No, not in our hearts, but on facebook. Ha Ha I&B Ministry.
And finally I’m developing a new language. It’s called Anglaish. Here’s the drift. Why not spell words the way we use them. Why should we blindly ape the Brits? Down with the silent alphabets and the weird -ass spellings. Instead I present to you Anglaish. Here are a few examples.
Goment for government. What a waste of alphabets really.
Bijness. Ya, we mean bijness ya.
Piarents. Spell it like it is. Adarniya piarents.
And finally, the world loves labhars.
With that, I must take your leave to watch Rakhi ji. My mascot for Angliash. Here are some gems from her. “Mujhe log slot kehte hain”. And, “woh kya poochna chahta tha, am I a vergen?”