Monday, May 27, 2013

Mirror, Mirror On the Wall....

To get the real answer to this question, all you have to do is watch TV in the wee hours of the morning or night.
And here is what i found.
I am the fairest of them all. See all the girls in my college are dying to tie a friendship band.

It wasnt all this good before. They wouldnt even look at me. And thats because.....

Ya! Thats me !! The same me. Except i am darker. Almost black. Like a different race.

I found the magic, in "FairLook". Its simply some liquid in bottle, that can be applied on my face.

After few days. Just few days. Well i know people have different perceptions of 'few'. But trust me this is few. My face turns white in these few days. However my hands, particularly fingers take a little longer.

See! Now i am all white, a whole different race. My fingers have also turned white. It required a towel.

Well. Some few patches will remain. Just wipe harder with a towel. It will go away.

India is probably the largest market to products that promise a miracle, like this one. Turn a person with a black complexion to white. Micheal Jackson wasted those millions of dollars, injecting poison and other crap to pale out his skin. Poor fellow, may his soul rest in peace now. But products like FairLook are boon from the heavens, it would solved the whole problem of apartheid in South Africa and addressed racism issues in US easily.

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Karnataka State Elections May 2013

Whew!! Now that the elections are over, we can rest in peace. We (the voters) have done our duty. Over 70% came out to cast their votes. Like we do regularly we have shown that we still believe in an outdated system, and repeatedly cast our ballot in the name of hope.

Devil and the Deep Sea
Our choices are limited. The one that served its tenure is usually a devil, and the incoming regime, is as unfathomable as the deep sea. We only seem clear that we want someone out of the system, and unsure who we want in.
I guess, given the options we have in front of us, we really dont have the luxury of choice. Not completely true, given that the ballot paper is usually long in every single constituency. Inspite of all this we still end up choosing the same options, we have tried and tired off from before.
Middle Finger. No just Almost !
Hiding it, wanted this badly !
We need to break out from this mold. The answer to this question is on everyone's mind. Many of us educated who are still willing to brave the election day, and cast our vote, do so, only to keep our conscious clean.
So many action forums, fasts, morcha, candle lighting sessions, and capturing the mind of the TV goers, but unable to convert these into a winning combination. And people like us are unwilling to take the risk and waste our votes. And each vote, we try to save, we end up offering to the devil or leap into the deep sea.

Looking forward to the elections in Delhi and the showing of Aam Aadmi Party. Wishing them luck, but more importantly wishing me and wishing us luck.