My Digital Diary

February 15, 2008

Please suggest a title

Filed under: Fun, my views — Tags: — nitin @ 5:06 pm

Petrol Pump Ka scene.

Time:8:45pm
Place:Office.
I was busy with Pool table wid my colleagues.Surprisingly, got call from “Mallik Bhai” who informed me that Petrol prices are getting higher by 2 Rupees from 2morow.”Get your tank full” was his stern advice to me.Coincidently, my bike was also dry on petrol .But I was not in a mood to full my tank for saving Rs 2/litre.

I decided to get some fuel as anyway I had to dine outside.To my Surprise , anger and frustation, the Yerwada Petrol pump was crowded .I decided to go for SpeedPetrol which was available at KoregaonPetrolPump. The scene was much more vulgar outthere. They weren’t allowing biker’s to queue for petrol.Barricades of bamboo were laid to keep customer’s at bay.Out of two bunks , one was closed in the wee hrs i.e arnd 9. I understood the whole gameplan.The greed of the Bunk owner was shouting on all petrol thirst crowd.

In a nutshell..the Asshole’s who owns the Petrolbunk closed the shop arnd 9pm , so that all reserves could be sold tomorow morning at an additional profit of Rs 2/litre.
Rich bloodsuckers…

Words which needs to be added in the Oxford Dictionary.

Gajar (noun) : Ditch, false promises, taken for ride.
                           (usage: derogatory)

       Sentences : “My Project Manager gave me a gajar of  Canada Onsite .”
               Origin:Carrot called as( Gajar in Hindi) is used as a trap for catching rabbits.

Bamboo(noun) : Overworked, peer pressure of work, like balls on stove or
                                hammering of balls.
                               (usage: derogratory)
           Sentences :a) “I got a big bamboo yesterday“, he expects me to deliver the code 
                                 by this weekend.
                               b)How was the exam?”Bamboo lag gaya“.
                   Origin :Pain derived by inserting a  Bamboo Stick  in  one’s ass.

I keep hearing these words in the corridor , smoking zone and in lift lobby  and everywhere..It’s usage may be limited to the IT circle..
 Just for your info… I got Gajar and bamboo both   😉

There’s are several other words which were invented and used only in my group..like lasson , Pok , dhimpartipar , vatren , zhinga etc ..these words which seems meaningless are very much meaningful and they convey the right message beautifully..  😆

Valentine Day

Love was in the air..  In da offcie ppl were dressed RED & Pink. Entrance were decorated with red balloons. Some desk’s were wid flowers and other’s with cards.I don’t want to sound stereotypical by uttering this boring sentence” Every day is a valentnie day…wat’s so special 2day? one can celebrate it any time and day they want”.
But, I do believe that its just another day like other days.The question for me was if anyone was about to gift their dear ones something special,wud valentine day be the apt day to gift?
For me, I think anyother day will be a bigger surprise for the gal/boy.Just imagine, if we gift our parents,teachers on any random day..that would be lot more fun and exciting ,rather than being obedient and gifting only on the so called Teacher/Parent/Mother/Sister Days.

I don’t mean celebrating Diwali  in April and Christmas in August,as these festivals are something related to cosmic timings and close to religion. I will categorise all above mentioned days as Social Days (Parents,mother’s,father’s,valentine etc.)Social days can never be limited to  fixed day and timing for celebrations.Social Days are for someone very special and personal and therefore doesn’t need any predecided day for celebrations.

It’s for the people to decide how they weigh these days in their calendar’s.

“Yeh apan ka choice ka Mamla hain”.

13 Comments »

  1. dude… it seems you encountered the petrol pump scene for the first time in your life. It’s the same every time petrol prices are hiked. I’m planning to buy a bicycle!

    The word bamboo is used very frequently and generously across different areas which work in a hierarchy.

    Regarding the ‘social days’ concept, I never believed in these days. This might sound cliche but what I feel is that you don’t really care about your friend/father/mother/sister/brother etc if you need special days to tell them. Actions speak louder than words. Similarly, I believe, your behaviour speaks much more about how much you care than a gift or a card can!

    Comment by Aalok — February 15, 2008 @ 9:55 pm

  2. Heyya Mr. Nuts,
    Petrol pump scene: As long as our vehicles dont run on piss, its gonna pinch everywhere!
    Bamboo: I, rather everyone in my office, use it LIBERALLLLLYYYYYY……
    Social thingie…: Have never believed in such days.. Just another marketing gimmick by Archies n their likes… If i start gifting my parents or hubby some stuff on these days, they will start getting insanely worried and will start reciting Hanuman 40!!

    Comment by Sam — February 16, 2008 @ 8:09 am

  3. Guys.. why the hell u don’t suggest a title …???

    Aalok : Dude..I haven’t ever rushed to petrol pump whenever I am informed of a hike in prices..It was a coincident.

    Dear Mrs Sam :
    Piss is much more useful than being just used as a fuel.

    Comment by nitin — February 16, 2008 @ 10:12 am

  4. hmmm… suggest a title… well, how abt ‘A Mixed Bag of Banter’ ?

    Comment by Aalok — February 16, 2008 @ 11:35 am

  5. this is a cool post

    rather entertaining

    Comment by Prax — February 16, 2008 @ 11:50 am

  6. The title of the post should be :
    ‘Warta ka Looloo’
    Now, go change it ! Will soon let u know the history behind it…It’s rocking these days. !

    More than just a Petrol pump, it’s a Pune ka Petrol pump. So, people are smart ass and r ready to pump ur flesh outta ur ass.

    About ‘Gajar’ – I thought it’s a Gajar, as in the song ‘Gajar ne kiya hain ishara..ghadi bhar ka hai khel sara’. I didn’t knew it was Carrot wala Gajar. lol.
    It’s time to add ‘Warta ka Looloo’ in the toxic’s dictionary dude.

    Abt V-day, farak nahi padta…whether it exists or not!

    The post is very good.

    Comment by Anoop — February 16, 2008 @ 8:36 pm

  7. “spices from India”???

    Comment by arun — February 16, 2008 @ 10:12 pm

  8. Arre Nitin, come on man, don’t tell me that you came across gajar and bamboo usage for the first time. 😀 What about “phat rahi hai”? Heh. I picked up all these slangs when I was in Pune. And closing those petrol pumps is very typical of them. Sorry to hear that.

    Re: V-day, let me guess…I’m sure you’re single, else you would have definitely gotten excited. 😉

    Comment by Ruhi — February 16, 2008 @ 10:24 pm

  9. Its nice.. title… hmmm.. leave it as it is.. cos this wil prompt bloggers to read your blog

    Comment by pinguthebest — February 17, 2008 @ 4:13 am

  10. Sure it is! N sorry I forgot, love this post the best!!!! BTW, somone’s playing JAB WE MET songs n im thinking abt ur post: JAB WE MET, TAB I CRY….

    Comment by Sam — February 17, 2008 @ 7:33 am

  11. @poknya..

    R u crazy man.. 😆 I rem that song..
    “Warta ka loolo” ka kya scene hain bhai?

    @Prax
    Thnks man..

    @arun
    Thnks arun.. for considering the post to be spicy.. I have lots of spice in my pocket.. only fear is to open it up here..

    @Ruhi..
    Ruhi.. it’s not that I have come across these words recently… u missed the point. It’s the timing. Some how these words are playing very crucial role in my life these days.And more over am suggesting to add it to Oxford Dictionary which implies that these words are used heavily… 😉

    And never doubt about my vocabulary regarding such words.. 🙂

    Hii iiii Mrs Tom
    Sure it is??? how?
    Loved the post so much? why? Am eager to knw.
    You still rem that post.. I was totally screwed up which prompted me to deliver the horrific review.

    Comment by nitin — February 18, 2008 @ 9:20 am

  12. @namya
    As u say ……………. 🙂

    Comment by nitin — February 18, 2008 @ 9:30 am

  13. hahaha..tht was mix bag..!! may be a nitin’s day out..!!! 😉

    Comment by Ram — February 29, 2008 @ 1:26 pm


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