For me, it all began with Yahoo Chat, then called Lycos Chat where this adorable pirate would welcome you aboard. Of course, I was 12 at the time and had to make a fake profile as the chat was accessible to adults only. Needless to say, this deception enthralled me. I was in a chat-room… Continue reading The Internet has lost its plot. Majorly!
This week has been amazing for the media. Hardik Patel, Jasleen Kaur, Indrani Mukherjea, all brought out topics hotter and juicer than the best steak possible. A few days ago, Anurag Kashyap put up a picture of himself with an eye-patch which was then taken up by various media organizations. Later, we found out that he… Continue reading Media, women and censorship
As you might have already guessed, this is a post about the book-turned-movie, The Perks of Being a Wallflower. So, I saw the movie yesterday and was needless to say, mesmerized. So, of course I had to ask a few people about it and to my greatest surprise, the ones who watched it seemed unimpressed and… Continue reading After the Wallflower bloomed
I have been walking with chewing gum stuck to the soles of my slippers for five days now. The damn thing just refuses to come off and I have tried everything from scraping it against a wall to soaking my beloved flip-flops in hot water. We humans have so many issues to discuss, crimes to… Continue reading The humanity of chewing gum.
New Year’s Eve has never been my favourite holiday. The end of a year only to start a new one the very next second simply didn’t fascinate me. I still remember how the first few weeks of a year in school was spent correcting the year while writing the date because of the ‘last-year-hangover’ as… Continue reading 2015, you are welcome.