Monthly Archives: August 2011

तीजको लहर आयो बरी लै

Well, Teej is looming up. I never know why a public holiday is not declared for Teej. But one can hardly argue with the fact that Teej is one of the few most popular – loved by the common people – festivals in Nepal. 

How could I stay aside from the raging festive mood of Teej?!

I couldn’t. Cast the gender thing aside. Teej has already become ‘asexual’. It’s no longer the fiesta of so called the weaker sex only.

So, lately I’m on some Teej music and also on Watch the Throne, the latest collaboration of Jay-Z and Kanye West.

PS Actually I enjoy better at home in Teej than I do in behemoths like Dashain and Tihar. Family get-together has never been better in other occasions than during Teej.


F*ck You Old Hag

A Bangladeshi ‘outlaw’ Tasalima Nasarin who also happens to be a ‘renowned’ (Really? Actually the f*king West has given the recognition to this ostracized woman same as it has given to defector Dalai Lama and other dissenters from the regions other than the West) writer bluntly said that they didn’t know Nepal was a separate, sovereign country.  And that’s the downright transgression of the bound of any respect and decency from the so called world-famous female writer.

These defectors are those who don’t love their countries and have no regard for others’, too. If they had loved, they wouldn’t defect their motherland for a plush living in the foreign land mainly the West. Their so called ‘’dissent’’ is only an excuse. A charade.

I only have four words for this poor bitch: F*CK YOU OLD HAG!

Moment of Elation

Now is the time to celebrate. Yes, it’s the moment of elation.

Ni, you did it! Loads of congratulations for the unprecedented success you achieved in the last semester’s exam!!!

I’m proud of you and also equally happy. You know Ni, the trust I lay upon you is only getting more sturdy. Smile  I love you!

Why Baburam Bhattarai Must Not Fail

Jhalanath Khanal couldn’t have performed any better under the leash of Prachanda, the ruthless villain of ongoing politics. He was brought in only to negate Baburam Bhattarai. Not to write constitution, complete peace process nor to counter the so called ‘Indian interference’. Bashing this poor eunuch is a nuts’ job. He’s just a victimized wretch. Handpicked and later victimized by Maoist honcho.

Apparently, the only thing I desire to see happen now is the ouster of Prachanda, leader-cum-mogul, from the chairmanship of Maoist party. I don’t know when Maoist is going to work at its proposed general convention but this motherf**ker should be removed from the job SOON.

I’m not excited to see Baburam Bhattarai as another Jhalanath Khanal, i.e. prime minister from the majority vote of the parliament as this will only add to the already flailing Maoists’ popularity and will be detrimental to Baburam Bhattarai himself. And the prospect of ‘national concensus’ is, as ever, still a far-fetched idea. 

In the realm of botched politics infested with nefarious crooks, Baburam Bhattarai is probably the only and last hope of the people. What if he also fails?! We’re dreaded to even think about it! It’s always the wisest idea to not dabble in a job you think you may not succeed doing.

If Baburam Bhattarai was propped up as another Jhalanath Khanal, that would be the biggest disaster given the hardship previous prime ministers faced despite having the comfortable majority. Though Baburam Bhattarai himself has said that he wouldn’t opt for the premiership if national consensus was not forged, his cronies are constantly presenting him as the next prime minister. Maybe they’re drooling over the ministerial posts they will get once Bhattarai becomes prime minister.

The chances are that the national consensus on Bhattarai’s name could also be forged given the fighting in Nepali Congress over who would be the prime ministerial candidate, no candidate from UML, he himself as unanimous candidate from his party and the wide popularity of him among the public.

The crux of the ongoing impasse lies chiefly on Prachanda. This d*ckhead is stashing billions of money away yet remains as a chairman of a ‘proleterian’ party. This is the biggest and sad paradox of Nepali politics. 

Okay, here goes my sympathy to victimized Jhalanath Khanal and curse to the beast named Prachanda.

Wanna be my Chammak Challo?

Akon will surely break the record made by ‘’Deshi Girl’’ and ‘Munni Badnam Hui’’, hit item numbers,  with his new Bollywood song!

This is not a boneheaded prediction only.

Akon was roped into doing a catchy Hindi single Wanna be my Chammak Challo  for a Shaharukh Khan movie. Once the song is officially released, it will be an instant hit, I predict.

Akon has not released an album since 2008’s Freedom. Man, when will he release his new album?! I’m already getting so desperate!

A Bolt From the Blue

That was quite an inconceivable news for all of us. The sudden, untimely demise of one of our elderly neighbours tore us apart in a scale that was unprecedented. Over the span of just few months, we’ve witnessed some highly unlikely and premature deaths of our close neighbour and well-wishers.

She was in her 60s, a sexagenarian, I think. We would call her Grandmother. A hale and hearty looking figure. But lately she had undergone a major medical treatment and had since been convalescing at her own home. The sudden death of her is attributed to a severe heart attack or haemorrhage. But it’s only an assumption, not proved yet. 

The loss of one’s life-partner is more grievous than the loss of parents. Esp. when your spouse accompanies/serves you for long. Your spouse becomes more important to you than your parents, family members or even God. After spending decades together hand-in-hand with his wife, what the Grandfather might have felt to lose the most beloved person in a bolt of lightning. His other-half is now taken away, never to return again. Loss of his beloved wife can never be compensated no matter what.

I now feel the sympathy most for this old widower who is now bereft of his other half.

We are deeply saddened by this untimely death of the neighbouring Grandmother. We extend our condolences to the bereaved family members and pray for the eternal peace of the deceased soul.

RIP the Grandmother!

Being in a Funk

After a long joyful time, I’m now wishing I had never been born!

Man is really miserable. His survival, his happiness or sadness are always at the mercy of the fate. I’m now slowly coming to terms with this fatalistic yet true belief.