iMe

Whatitees.

A.K.A What it is, What is it, What the f***, what?!, Yean adu, Enti adi, Eta kee, yeh hai kya.

The last few were in the languages I know. Apart from English.

Genesis of Whatitees. A very bored mind sitting in the college canteen. Half asleep. A half-finished Crossword in one hand. A sutta in the other. And a few friends who share similar DNA sitting around. And then the orgasmic expression. WHATITEES!

Years later, like long-lost brothers it came screaming back to me.

Go figure.

2 thoughts on “iMe

  1. Hi sir,
    It would be great if you allow your posts to be completely read in google reader. I have subscribed to your blog, but looks like you enable only partial reading. If you don’t mind, would you be able to make the changes so that I can read your posts directly in the reader?

    • Hi Anil, I am not quite sure if I know what you are talking about because I have not used Google Reader anytime. I tried to do some google search and tinkered around with the settings on my blog. Check if it works now. Additionally, I am thinking it is because of the blog theme I have that it shows partially on your feed. Maybe that has got to something to do with it. Anyways, I am in the process of getting myself a cleaner and lighter theme. Should work out sometime…meanwhile, you can read it normally…:) Thanks for stopping by! Will catch up on a run soon…
      Cheers!

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