Tuesday, 31 July 2007

RTFF3! And Introducing The THE Language...

The Chennai Roof Top Film Fest is gna be held for the third time. I'd missed the 2nd edition cos it had clashed with my semester exams last April. So yeah, this time around I'm not gna miss it. Infact this time, I'm gna contribute by more means than just being there. Hoping to take my speakers for the event. Hoping to catch up on the Friends I made the last time around.

*Trumpets* *Beethoven 7th Symphony*

INTRODUCING, The much awaited Post on the THE Language. Co-founded by Rapecase and Me while vettily whiling away our precious time at college. This language is gna make revolutions and rotations all around the world soon enough and at that time, remember that you read about it right here. In the Co-Founder's page.

So how does this language work? Heavily borrowed (read completely) from the English Language, it works on a simple yet complicated word. THE. Yes, That's it. THE is THE most integral part of this Language. Some people might argue that the main base for a language is it's Grammar and Script. Hell with all that We say. The only rule in this language is to include as many THEs in your sentences as possible. Here are some examples...

In Normal English:

The Sun is shining brightly.

The mosquitoes are bothering me.

That Traffic cop looks Drunk.

Cigarette smoking is harmful for Viruses in the Air.

These normal sentences are simply complicated to give you that effect of reading a new language, and they would read like this in the THE language...

The Sun is shining the Brightly

The Mosquitoes are the bothering the Me (nothing wrong in giving yourself more respect)

That Traffic cop looks like the drunk.

The Cigarette smoking is the harmful for the viruses in the air.

It's extremely easy to understand and use. Be warned, people might laugh at you, critise you for talking like a lunatic. But they will worship you for promoting a revolutionary language. Who knows, you might even find a way into Wikipedia.

Friday, 20 July 2007

The Final Harry Potter

Even though many ppl wouldn't want me to claim that I've read the Deathly Hallows book, I guess it doesn't make a damn difference.

The fact of the matter is...I'm one of the few who's read the Book as of now. You might say it got released online and millions would've read it. Still compare that number to the number who're gna read the book ONLY after its released. It's miniscule.

It'll be a good story to tell to my kids. Your dad read the Final HP book even before it got released.

Monday, 16 July 2007

The Wierdity of All!

Yes. Ever since I've been unemployed, I've started spending hell a lot of my time sleeping. Suddenly my sister had to drop in to pick up her Passport. She's leaving at the ten o clock flight this afternoon. So in order to accompany her to the station (from where she'll go to the Airport alone), I had to wake up at 6:30 am. Not a really wierd time considering my past, but for the past month or so, I've been waking up only at 8 30 or so and again going back to the bed by 10 to wake up at 1 30 and then rushing to college. So yeah, the wierdity. Its already awkward to wake up at 6 30, on top of this, I'm sitting on the system typing out stuff. Naansense I say!!!

Tuesday, 10 July 2007

iPhone Ad!!!

Really really funny spoof on the iPhone by Apple. Suttufied from here.

Saturday, 7 July 2007


I'm not helping. It's really an awful feeling when your friend's desperately in need of help. Saddest part is when you know for a fact that you can't do anything besides sit and tell that person it's gna be ok. You can't actually help them no matter what. Worshtu...

Tuesday, 3 July 2007

50 Years Ago!

Yeah, sounds like a column in "The Hindu", but that's not what I'm referring to. 50 Years ago, in some remote part of England, two teenagers met each other. Sounds pretty trivial to be bothered about. Move on.

But these two teens didn't know that they would grow up to be two of The Most Inspirational People in the History of Music. Yes, Paul Mccartney and John Lennon had met each other for possibly the first time on the 6th of July 1957. Most of us weren't even born. Even our parents might've been toddlers or kids. But these two gentlemen met and went on to create the Biggest thing in the Music History according to me. The Beatles have inspired me very much, their songs have made me realize some stuff in life that I wouldn't have learned from anywhere else.

And to those who say Music is only contemporary and listening to The Beatles is stupid, I've got some choice words for you which I can't type here. The Beatles is probably the best thing that's ever happened to me and the World of Music.

Rakesh has a poster in his room which has a collage of Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison and John Lennon and a caption says "Spirits of Rock".

Jimi Hendrix, is a true God. I've not heard enough songs of his to worship him, but I know for sure that he is a Guitar God and will remain so for a really long time to come.
Jim Morrison, is Rakesh's God. Great songs but I can't call them Gods. Pretty good, but not Gods.
John Lennon, what can I say about him. The Beatles is THE best thing that's ever happened. Can't think of anything to say about them.

Now The Beatles are true Gods. Worship them. Fall to them. Drown in their soul stirring music.