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Category Archives: Lame attempts at humour
A lot of people ask me my thoughts about PWI’s dismal performance in the IPL-4. Of course, I, like most Punekars, couldn’t care less about the IPL. That blasted team which has nothing to do with Pune other than its … Continue reading
One of the (very few) things we learn at B-School is ‘taking ideas forward’. This mostly happens at group discussions where you have a bunch of to-be managers who don’t have the slightest clue about management and only take each … Continue reading
Being a fresh graduate out of a B school, naturally one of my dreams is to start a business. After many hours of thinking of ideas and throwing them out the window, I am glad to announce that I finally … Continue reading
In the last few months I have a read quite a bit about the epics and found them to be rather interesting. However, one view often propounded in most versions of the Mahabharata is the Duryodhana, for all his villainy, … Continue reading
The Wayne Rooney episode is one that has elicited analyses and theories and gossip from football fans (and dumasses who just like to talk about football to sound cool) from all over the world. And why not? After all going … Continue reading
Check this out These people are nothing but petty thieves, wannabe dons and desperate-for-attention-housewives-who-haven’t-scored-in ages. Give them what they deserve. Point and laugh!
Before explaining the exact correlation, I feel I need to make a few clarifications about maaz. Some equate maaz with ‘attitude’. They couldn’t be more wrong. ‘Attitude’ could be looked at as ‘a feeling of superiority’ i.e the “I-am-awesome” belief. … Continue reading
I coined a new term the other day. This term just came naturally in conversation. No explanations were needed. Everyone at the table understood it. So here goes: HRed : been told something ridiculous that seems remotely believable at first … Continue reading
A cop film in Hollywood: The hero is young man, a rebel , he has a problem with authority. His acts are not thought out, they seem to work out though and this really pisses off his superiors. He is … Continue reading