Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Status Update

My life seems to have come to a bit of halt after all the excitement and exuberance in the last post. Two of the three chicks are now out, either backed out or kicked out and the only one remaining will take time to move from chats on phone to rubbing nude skin on bed. The first chick whose parents met me for matrimonial prospects declined my interests and for a full day I felt the agony of rejection. It does hit somewhere deep on being shown the door by a pretty chick; it doesn’t matter if I have not even met the girl personally. The second girl, who has been busy with my brother in India, did exchange a lot of mails with me and she did appear genuinely interested till she learnt my full name and linage. We did talk once where she discovered who I really was and as expected, never spoke again. My brother too chipped in with his share of discouragement, saying the girl is modern partying types hence not suitable for me. I wonder what he will have to say about me if he reads this blog someday. The third chick, my constant flirt companion, is making steady progress and hopefully I should be able to taste her juices in a not distant future

Meanwhile Eid holidays are coming up and all my pals are busy packing for a short trip back home to India. Even some guys who arrived here later than me are also visiting their places, already missing their folks. It’s a bit strange that I have never missed anyone here and in a way I am glad that I am away. My relations back home had hit a nadir so much so that I was yearning to run away, any place in the world, expecting some peace of mind and I have not failed my expectations. Its not that I have painted the town red in this city or if I have had a real kick ass time, but atleast there is contentment and have some what escaped from the negative dogmas dogging my life back home. It is strange how one can grow out of the same people one had lived with but I desperately needed to break away to emancipate from ill-existence where even domestic servants mocked at me.

However on a positive note I am happy to have now settled in this new city and new country which has given me a sense of optimism in life, so badly lacking for a long time

13 comments:

  1. Hi...I enjoy reading your posts. Hope you get the girl of your choice soon.

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  2. Rejection does suck but it's good to see that you are taking it in stride..
    I am glad things are working out for you in your new city/country... change is always good..I am sure there'll be more welcoming changes waiting for you around the corner :)

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  3. hey... Its great that ur happy n content...thats the most important thing. And home is wherever u achieve this peace of mind..it doesnt necessarily have to be with your family

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  4. hey..hope you continue having fun:-)

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  5. Your post ends on a note of optimism and hope, I am sure the future hold plenty positive things in store for you. Just keep those fingers crossed! :)

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  6. Oops. For second one, I say good. For the first, somethings are really not meant to be. And the third, good that all that effort is still intact. ;)

    Sometimes, we all need to move out and live a life on our own terms. Living under family shadows is not a good thing, always. :)

    Kisses.

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  7. I am so badly missin home but I love the first one week of being with family. after that I'm ghar ki murgi daal barabar hehehe

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  8. uh oh...hang in there. it's only the best that shall make it to the end

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