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A dedication to my Dell Streak

A dedication to my Dell Streak

Eight months ago I bought a dell streak My friends thought I was a freak It looked ‘smart’, the screen size big But people thought it looks like a brick It’s for the movies; I can use it while I travel It’s a tab plus a phone, nothing but a marvel It’s fallen like a million times, there’s been no damage but I gotta confess With a shabby battery life, it’s as good as garbage I gotta scream for the other person to hear I shall lose my voice one day I fear I wanna burry … Read entire article »

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A dog’s life

A dog’s life

Dedicated to all my friends working in the corporate world. I’ve been working on a night shift for the past one month. Once in a while I and a few of my friends from work go out for a stroll downstairs. While most of the gang are busy puffing their cigarettes away to glory, the rest of us are busy checking out the chicks from the call centres next door. We generally end up talking about … Read entire article »

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After Big Boss, Its the turn of the F-word

After Big Boss, Its the turn of the F-word

In a rather unprecedented and controversial government order, two popular reality shows  - ‘Rakhi Ka insaaf’ and ‘Big Boss-Season 4’ were directed to be aired after 11P.M. Although the makers of ‘Rakhi Ka Insaaf’ had decided to abide by the government order, Viacon 18, the owners of the channel Colors, on which Big Boss is aired, decided to go to court and managed to get a stay on the government order. However, we have learnt … Read entire article »

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The Soccers in Indian Politics

The Soccers in Indian Politics

If TRP ratings are anything to go by, yes, it’s official. For the first time in Indian sporting history, cricket has been sidelined by football. Italy’s exit from the football world cup made bigger news than India winning the Asia Cup. Sensing the growing enthusiasm among the people, political parties wasted no time pouncing on the opportunity. Our correspondent Shilpa Garg caught up with B.J.P. spokesperson Rajiv Pratap Rudy, who was not looking very cheerful. Shilpa: “Sir, the … Read entire article »

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Fiction 55: I do…

Fiction 55 is a form of writing where the whole story has to fit in 55 words. I was there and so was she. We looked at each other and our eyes met. I saw my future in them. A man next to her asked me “So young man, do you?” “Yes, I do.”, I replied. She smiled at me and said, “Your offer letter would reach you in a week. Congratulations!” … Read entire article »

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Guest post by Ajmal amir kasab

Guest post by Ajmal amir kasab

Salam Alaikum, Firstly, I really want to thank you guys. Out there in Pakistan, I was just another guy getting trained to go fight you guys. But, you guys have made me a celebrity.  The news channels cant stop talking about me, almost every blogger in India has written something about me. By the way am not sure if the news is out, but Ram Gopal Verma just offered me a role in his next movie. … Read entire article »

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Desperation

“It’s been five days now! What will I do? Damn it, what do I do?!” Sid said to himself, biting his nails, his face full of sweat. “Think dude think! It’s been five days now. You have to do it. What are people going to think!” By now his heart beat had almost doubled. He just stared at the mirror helplessly. He knew what he had to do. ************ Half an hour later, Sid’s mother charged into the room screaming: “Where the hell are you? I’ve been calling you for the past half an hou….!” She stopped, when she found Sid in front of his laptop, his head on the table and his body completely motionless. She was frightened. She looked up at the screen and it read: “Your blog post published successfully!” … Read entire article »

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Jab we Met…

*****On a bright Sunday morning***** I was sitting at Cafe Nandini with Sahil and Arvind, 2 of my friends from office. We were busy talking about all the usual non-sense, which generally means cursing our work and our respective bosses. The place was jam packed. People were standing around hoping for somebody to leave so that they could get hold of their table. At one point it became so bad that there were actually people standing around our table, waiting to grab our table as soon as we get up. People were actually staring at my plate, in a way telling me to finish things fast. It wasn’t long before the awkward situation forced Arvind to call for the cheque. Man! You should have seen the face of one of the guys waiting near … Read entire article »

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Give me some beer… Give me Champagne

The following lines were forwarded to me by a friend recently. I am sure you have all heard the song “Give me some sunshine…. Give me some rain…” from the movie Three Idiots. I won’t say anything else, just check it out… Saari umr humBin piye mar gayeEk pal to ab humein Pine dopine do Saari umr humBin piye mar gayeEk pal to ab humein Pine dopine do Na na na….Na na na….Na na na….Na na nana na…. Give me some beerGive me ChampagneGive me another pegI wanna get drunk once again Give me some rumGam hojaye kamGive me another pegI wanna get drunk once again Kandhon ko bibiKe shopping ke bojh ne jhukaya bibi se jhoot bolna tho khudbibi ne sikhaya gift laaoge to pyar, varna aatyacharkitkit sun sun ke pada dimag pe tala shadi ne to sala … Read entire article »

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Fiction 55: Shift + Delete

Fiction 55 is a form of writing where the whole story has to fit in 55 words. This is my first attempt on writing fiction 55. Hope you guys like it. Please do leave your comments so that I know what you felt about the post: Sonia dumped Ram one night… Shit+Delete Ram thought he deleted her from the hard disk of his heart 2 years later he still feels the pain… Cupid come’s to check what’s wrong He checks and says…… “Shift key doesn’t work. She was stuck in the recycle bin and I can’t get her out.” I know its needless to say this but Ram and Sonia are fictitious characters and bear no resemblence to anybody living or on the verge of death.(I guess the dead wont mind). … Read entire article »

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