Thursday, May 24, 2012

LOL in the name of Petrol :P :D......Although its rates only makes us cry :(

 1.Drink and drive should not be a problem now.
After all how many will be able to afford alcohol and petrol on the same day? :p :(

2.Breaking News:
The little Sardar Kid in the Maruti Suzuki ad, "Papa petrol khatam hi nahi hunda" has just committed suicide
3.KBC to Start Again
The Winner Will Get 100 ltrs of Petrol :D
4.Petrol pump attendant : kitne ka daalu ?
 Me : 10 rs. Ka gaadi ke upar daal de AAG Lagani hai bhai.
5.Sony's show "Crime Patrol" is soon to change its
name to..
. .
"Crime Diesel"
6.Petrol daa.. rate vekh ke..aankhiyaaan jo hanju rul de :( :( :@
7.Petrol@ 78 .Now a Tata Nano's fuel cost will be more than it's EMI per month.=D X_X
8.A New Poster Outside The Bank For the Year 2020
Petrol and CNG Loans Available Here
Take a petrol loan and Get a "Pulsar" bike worth Rs 7000 free!!

Pls Note:In the year 2020 petrol prices will be same as todays bike price,and bike prices will fall down to todays gear cycle prices.

9.We have the world's cheapest car & costliest petrol. Amazing India
10.Govt : We cant make new roads but we surely can keep people off from roads,
Petrol Price does that effectively :P

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Me and My boss

Me and My Boss

When I Take a long time to finish, I am slow,

When my boss takes a long time, he is thorough

When I don't do it, I am lazy,

When my boss does not do it, he is busy,

When I do something without being told, I am trying to be smart,

When my boss does the same, he takes the initiative,

When I please my boss, I am apple polishing,

When my boss pleases his boss, he is cooperating,

When I make a mistake, I' am an idiot.

When my boss makes a mistake, he's only human.

When I am out of the office, I am wondering around.

When my boss is out of the office, he's on business.

When I am on a day off sick, I am always sick.

When my boss is a day off sick, he must be very ill.

When I apply for leave, I must be going for an interview

When my boss applies for leave, it's because he's overworked

When I do good, my boss never remembers,

When I do wrong, he never forgets 
Is this human  :(

Friday, May 18, 2012

Sab Kuch tera tha

Woh mohabbat bhi teri thi, woh nafrat bhi teri thi.

Mujhe apnane aur thukrane ki ada bhi teri thi,

Mein apni wafa ka insaaf  kis se aur kya mangti

woh shehar bhi tera tha, Woh adalat bhi teri thi...!!

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

22nd may- No petrol day

Today morning  my facebook  Newsfeed  was filled with the news of - may 22nd -is "No petrol day" the matter written on it was something like this

"Malaysia Rs 18 per litre
In India it's Rs 70 per litre
Why this difference in Asia itself ? World Market CRUDE Oil is not the reason for this. It's the Gain for private owners? As we are the general public, or Common Man as R.K.Laxman wud hv said, we have to raise our voice, let's raise thru Emails, Facebook, BBM & messages!!.
Forward this to all Indians who care.
One day."

And when i searched in google about it ,i found there are several days ,like jan 22,sept 22 etc .....done before this  upcoming MAY 22.some ppl said ,we should leave every thing on god's hand only,because now a days  person who speaks for somebody else ,pays heavy price for it ,for example take anna hazare "his whole image was spolied after his effort to change something for good ,take arvind kejriwal ,before sometimes it was in news like he has to pay 9lakhs as per the notice of income tax dept as he went for study leave ,but y just after he supported the effort of anna hazare instantly income tax dept realizes tht he has to pay 9 lakhs fine? .But I say have they  still lost their hope?NO,they are still fighting . But we ppl of today firmly believe our old elders saying "If u wanna stay in water ,u have to make friendship with crocodile" Its like government can raise price of Anything ,overnight and people says" ab kar bhi sakte hain" .This "ab kar bhi kya sakte hain"attitude is the only thing which makes some ppl think ,tht public can't do anything -
wanna rise prices of oil -raise it - ab kar bhi kya sakte hai 
wanna rise prices of dal -raise it -ab kar bhi kya sakte hai
wanna rise prices of onion like daimonds - raise it- ab kar bhi kya sakte hai
wanna make people life hell - make it - ab kar bhi kya sakte hai
in recent times it was also in news ,when dal prices were touching the sky like 90 to 100 rs kg ,when asked why ? the stupid answer came ,because the production of dal this season is under average ,and very next  day a sting operation of news channel highlighted how much amount of dal in government godowns has been soiled due to heavy stockage from long time .....why didn't they sent that stock in market when then there was shortage ,which made them raise prices of it .....
those people are in the mindset that  public hai  thode din "chikhegi ,chillayegi ,fir chup hojayegi " 
But after all this also ,we were and still we will say "Ab kar bhi kya sakte hain ".........Guys remember gandhiji if he had stayed with this "ab kar bhi kya sakte hai " attitude then we and our upcoming generations would still be living as a slave of some countries its high time to change this  "Ab kar bhi kya sakte hain " attitude to "Ab kuch karke dikhana hain" .

Monday, May 14, 2012

25 Insights on Becoming a Better Writer :) :)

 When George Plimpton asked Ernest Hemingway what the best training for an aspiring writer would be in a 1954 interview, Hem replied, "Let’s say that he should go out and hang himself because he finds that writing well is impossibly difficult. Then he should be cut down without mercy and forced by his own self to write as well as he can for the rest of his life. At least he will have the story of the hanging to commence with."
Today, writing well is more important than ever. Far from being the province of a select few as it was in Hemingway’s day, writing is a daily occupation for all of us -- in email, on blogs, and through social media. It is also a primary means for documenting, communicating, and refining our ideas. As essayist, programmer, and investor Paul Graham has written, "Writing doesn't just communicate ideas; it generates them. If you're bad at writing and don't like to do it, you'll miss out on most of the ideas writing would have generated."

So what can we do to improve our writing short of hanging ourselves? Below, find 25 snippets of insight from some exceptional authors. While they are all focused on the craft of writing, most of these tips pertain to pushing forward creative projects of any kind.

 Pd james : On just sitting down and doing it…
Don't just plan to write—write. It is only by writing, not dreaming about it, that we develop our own style.
Steven press field : On starting before you're ready…
[The] Resistance knows that the longer we noodle around "getting ready," the more time and opportunity we'll have to sabotage ourselves. Resistance loves it when we hesitate, when we over-prepare. The answer: plunge in.

Esther Freud : On finding your routine...
Find your best time of the day for writing and write. Don't let anything else interfere. Afterwards it won't matter to you that the kitchen is a mess.

Zadie smith: On unplugging...
Work on a computer that is disconnected from the internet.
Kurt vonnegut : On finding a subject...
Find a subject you care about and which you in your heart feel others should care about. It is this genuine caring, and not your games with language, which will be the most compelling and seductive element in your style. I am not urging you to write a novel, by the way -- although I would not be sorry if you wrote one, provided you genuinely cared about something. A petition to the mayor about a pothole in front of your house or a love letter to the girl next door will do.
Maryn Mckenna : On keeping your thoughts organized...
Find an organizational scheme for your notes and materials; keep up with it (if you are transcribing sound files or notebooks, don’t let yourself fall behind); and be faithful to it: Don’t obsess over an apparently better scheme that someone else has.  At some point during your work, someone will release what looks like a brilliant piece of software that will solve all your problems. Resist the urge to try it out, whatever it is, unless 1) it is endorsed by people whose working methods you already know to be like your own and 2) you know you can implement it quickly and easily without a lot of backfilling. Reworking organizational schemes is incredibly seductive and a massive timesuck.
Bill wasik : On the importance of having an outline...
Hone your outline and then cling to it as a lifeline. You can adjust it in mid-stream, but don’t try to just write your way into a better structure: think about the right structure and then write to it. Your outline will get you through those periods when you can’t possibly imagine ever finishing the damn thing — at those times, your outline will let you see it as a sequence of manageable 1,000 word sections.
Joshua wolfshenk: On getting through that first draft...
Get through a draft as quickly as possible. Hard to know the shape of the thing until you have a draft. Literally, when I wrote the last page of my first draft of "Lincoln's Melancholy" I thought, Oh, shit, now I get the shape of this. But I had wasted years, literally years, writing and re-writing the first third to first half. The old writer’s rule applies: Have the courage to write badly.
Sarah waters: On being disciplined...
Treat writing as a job. Be disciplined. Lots of writers get a bit OCD-ish about this. Graham Greene famously wrote 500 words a day. Jean Plaidy managed 5,000 before lunch, then spent the afternoon answering fan mail. My minimum is 1,000 words a day – which is sometimes easy to achieve, and is sometimes, frankly, like shitting a brick, but I will make myself stay at my desk until I've got there, because I know that by doing that I am inching the book forward. Those 1,000 words might well be rubbish – they often are. But then, it is always easier to return to rubbish words at a later date and make them better.
Jennifer egan: On being willing to write badly...
[Be] willing to write really badly. It won't hurt you to do that. I think there is this fear of writing badly, something primal about it, like: "This bad stuff is coming out of me…" Forget it! Let it float away and the good stuff follows. For me, the bad beginning is just something to build on. It's no big deal. You have to give yourself permission to do that because you can't expect to write regularly and always write well. That's when people get into the habit of waiting for the good moments, and that is where I think writer's block comes from. Like: It's not happening. Well, maybe good writing isn't happening, but let some bad writing happen... When I was writing "The Keep," my writing was so terrible. It was God-awful. My working title for that first draft was, A Short Bad Novel. I thought: "How can I disappoint?"
Al kennedy: On fear...
Be without fear. This is impossible, but let the small fears drive your rewriting and set aside the large ones until they behave – then use them, maybe even write them. Too much fear and all you'll get is silence.
Will self: On not looking back...
Don't look back until you've written an entire draft, just begin each day from the last sentence you wrote the preceeding day. This prevents those cringing feelings, and means that you have a substantial body of work before you get down to the real work which is all in... The edit.

Haruki mukami :On building up your ability to concentrate...
In private correspondence the great mystery writer Raymond Chandler once confessed that even if he didn’t write anything, he made sure he sat down at his desk every single day and concentrated. I understand the purpose behind his doing this. This is the way Chandler gave himself the physical stamina a professional writer needs, quietly strengthening his willpower. This sort of daily training was indispensable to him.
Geoff dyer :On the power of multiple projects...
Have more than one idea on the go at any one time. If it's a choice between writing a book and doing nothing I will always choose the latter. It's only if I have an idea for two books that I choose one rather than the other. I always have to feel that I'm bunking off from something.
August Burroughs :On who to hang out with…
Don’t hang around with people who are negative and who are not supportive of your writing. Make friends with writers so that you have a community. Hopefully, your community of writer friends will be good and they’ll give you good feedback and good criticism on your writing but really the best way to be a writer is to be a writer.
Neil gaiman : On feedback...
When people tell you something's wrong or doesn't work for them, they are almost always right. When they tell you exactly what they think is wrong and how to fix it, they are almost always wrong.Margaret atwood: On second readers...
You can never read your own book with the innocent anticipation that comes with that first delicious page of a new book, because you wrote the thing. You've been backstage. You've seen how the rabbits were smuggled into the hat. Therefore ask a reading friend or two to look at it before you give it to anyone in the publishing business. This friend should not be someone with whom you have a romantic relationship, unless you want to break up.
Richard ford : On others' fame and success...
Try to think of others' good luck as encouragement to yourself.
Helen dunmore: On when to stop...
Finish the day's writing when you still want to continue.
Hilary mantel: On getting stuck...
If you get stuck, get away from your desk. Take a walk, take a bath, go to sleep, make a pie, draw, listen to music, meditate, exercise; whatever you do, don't just stick there scowling at the problem. But don't make telephone calls or go to a party; if you do, other people's words will pour in where your lost words should be. Open a gap for them, create a space. Be patient.
Annie dillard: On things getting out of control...
A work in progress quickly becomes feral. It reverts to a wild state overnight... it is a lion growing in strength. You must visit it every day and reassert your mastery over it. If you skip a day, you are, quite rightly, afraid to open the door to its room. You enter its room with bravura, holding a chair at the thing and shouting, ‘Simba!’
Cory doctrow: On writing when the going gets tough...
Write even when the world is chaotic. You don’t need a cigarette, silence, music, a comfortable chair, or inner peace to write. You just need ten minutes and a writing implement.
Chinua achebe: On doing all that you can…
I believe myself that a good writer doesn’t really need to be told anything except to keep at it. Just think of the work you’ve set yourself to do, and do it as well as you can. Once you have really done all you can, then you can show it to people. But I find this is increasingly not the case with the younger people. They do a first draft and want somebody to finish it off for them with good advice. So I just maneuver myself out of this. I say, Keep at it. I grew up recognizing that there was nobody to give me any advice and that you do your best and if it’s not good enough, someday you will come to terms with that.
Joyce carol oates : On persevering...
I have forced myself to begin writing when I've been utterly exhausted, when I've felt my soul as thin as a playing card, when nothing has seemed worth enduring for another five minutes... and somehow the activity of writing changes everything. Or appears to do soAnne enright : On why none of this advice really matters...
The way to write a book is to actually write a book. A pen is useful, typing is also good. Keep putting words on the page.How About You?

What great writing tips have helped you change your ways?

Article credit :
Jocylen k. glei

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Newton's Theory of Love :D

Love can neither be created nor be destroyed ,only it can get transfer from one person to other ,with some loss of money (especially in boy's part):P

A boy in love with a girl ,continues to be in love with her ,and a girl in love with a boy ,continues to be in love with him, until or unless any external agent( brother or father of girl) comes into the play and  break the legs of the boy :P

The rate of change of intensity of love of a girl towards the boy is directly proportional to the current bank balance of the boy and the direction of the love is same as the increment and decrement in that bank balance :D

The force applied while proposing a girl by a boy is equal and opposite to the force applied by girl while slapping ;)


My first attempt of making dosa :P know its really kinda tough when your mom is not at home and you have to cook by your self and its like mountain to carry on your shoulder when don't even know the C of Cooking,,,and then you hear in background ,what your mom tells you daily which you take inside from an ear and dump it out from other ....the word  "Kuch mat karo but  kam se kam khaana banana to sikh lo ".....and now you regret why you don't know to cook ,anyways  now your mom has went for a party and there is no maggie at home and you are so lazy to get down to buy it .........then again in background a voice of your mom " karlo abhi saare nakhre , jab akele kuch banana padega tab pata chalega " mom is mom ....u can't argue with her and today her words like some bhavishyavani ,were coming true :P

The next step was to check out the fridge , most of the time it has been my saviour from a terrorist called hunger :D ,but today ,he also ditched me .....:O the only thing i found inside was a wet dosa flourrrr.....just imagine......:O
i mean what to do with it ,I have never made dosa in my lifeee :P as anyother thing :P except maggie

but now its the only thing available I decided lets make dosa .......i have never made it but seen my mom making it many times ,so i thot lets give it a i was like Oh god wish me luck ..........but to my surprise after one dosa which just got glued to the pan dint came out  - and i was like - aaja bahar aaaja , mein tujhe kha nai jaungi ,-:P  the second one came of quite well :P so here i am posting the pics of my first attempt in making dosa ,:D :D

5 Deadly words used by a woman careful guysss :P

FINE-This word is used by women when she knows she is right and you need to shut up :P

NOTHING- means something and you need to be worried;)

GO AHEAD- This is a dare not permission ,don't do it :P

WHATEVER-  A women's way of saying screw you :P :D

THAT'S OKAY- She is thinking hard and long on when you will pay for your mistake :D :D

BONUS WORD - "WOW "- No, this is not a compliment -she is just amazed that how a person could be this stupid :P :P

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

He Said this Today :) :)

He,my best friend ... told me when i was so upset ,because i was not looking good ...... and was about to cry as i was going to meet some one special that point he told me

Never care what other people think of You because you will be perfect to someone :) ♥

Stop worrying about your eyeliner, hair or lips. One day you'll find a guy that won't care about them all & only looks at your heart :) ♥

Your Smile will make him happy, and your touch will increase his heartbeats, he will miss you when you will be away, he will hug you when you'll be upset, he will remove tears from your eyes and he will do everything that makes you feel nice.. :) ♥ ♥ ♥

I am a Blackberry Girl :D

Don't you hate monday morning?obviously yes , why am I asking? ,and you hate it more when you have to attend your college classes by morning 7am and after attending your classes you have to rush to your office yeah part time job,all because you just can't survive with your pocket money, what your parents give you and so no matter how much you hate your boss, no matter how sort of dog he is.... you have to face him with a smile and then you have your tutions,where you are supposed to study seriously,damn and now you just might have come to know that it is  not possible to carry your lappy everywhere..especially when you have so much work to do.Its the only time when you return home and  finally just got excited that you got some what time to check your notifications on facebook and its even more exciting when you are used to get daily notifications and messages like upto 50 to 60 and as you have just logged in  ,its your mom who starts her stuff ,that you have to do household chores also and says you are a girl don't forget that I mean how can anybody forget that mom! but it doesn't matter how much you love facebook, how long your crush has been waiting for you online , how much is there to gossip about your friend who recently updated her relationship status ,but no u have to shut down you lappy and help mom :/ :/ 
After all this dark nights, yeah the above written stuff can be considered as dark night in my life , there comes a day,known as my birthday :P and mah lovlies, my mom and dad gifted me a Blackberry Torch :D :D gift na  :D :D now just imagine my bestiee also have a blackberry ,so now we can officially sing yeah "we are the blackberry girls" anthem :P now life just so easy , i can be 24 hours online ,when ever and wherever I want :D :D,can be at college,tutions ,office or helping mom,can simultanuesly stalk my crush's profile ,answer my notifications,messages.Yeahhhh seriouslyyyy Internet is fun  ,when the access is just in your hand , now i am so loving my life , Internet access on just a touch has seriously made my life easier and nowdays its fun too :) :)

P.S-This is my entry for the indiblogger contest "Internet is fun".

Saturday, May 5, 2012

न जाने क्यों

वो  शख्स  जिसकी  आँखों  मे इनकार  के  सीवा कुछ  भी  नही ,

न  जाने  क्यों  उसकी  आँखों  पे  ज़िन्दगी  लुटाने  को  जी  चाहता  है |

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Picture of the day

Because Girls deserves better explanation than bloody dailogues like
"you should know what to wear and when to wear"