Please Don’t Take A ‘Note’!

You know what the two most dirtiest things in the world are? Money and Door handles. They are believed to have the maximum germs. But why are we cribbing, when as part of the ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’, Modi ji has told us to get rid of the dirty notes. I know the door handles are gonna be taken care of next. Or wait a second! Modi ji is too far-sighted, he already knows that in India, we have been using notes to open doors. So no notes means no more doors. What about votes? Notes and votes rhyme better than notes and doors, don’t they! Are people going to lose the incentive to vote now or is there going to be a new-found excitement to vote with clean hands. Do you understand now why opposition parties are cribbing? in addition to notes they also seem to have lost all hope for votes!
And as far as our favorite sport ‘Politics’ is concerned, it has also been taken care of by de-monetization. By the time de-monetization is over, the economy would have slowed, and everyone would have to slog their asses to get back, no time for playing politics. And if you think the world will be the same again soon, let me remind everyone that according to Modi ji this is just the first cat out of the bag. The others are waiting desperately to come out and trick the balance rats. So we can all soon look forward to have more cats and no rats. No wonder everyone in the opposition is scrambling to somehow bell the first cat!

Dunk.. Dunkin.. Dunked!!

Quite recently Dunkin Donuts launched its new Crunchy Joe burger. Oh for a person like me something new is something I want! They paint a really nice picture of the burger in your head, with the crunchy glossy bun and the melt in your mouth filling.   Umm… So yum! I finally couldn’t resist the urge anymore and so I went and ordered one for myself. Being a vegetarian, my burger looked nothing like the non-veg burger in the poster, which should have come as a relief but rather made me feel guilty for being a vegetarian. The most interesting part of this entire thing is that they’re promoting the burger with a tag line saying “Do something you’ll regret”. Now this made no sense at all at first, but one bite into it and I knew exactly what they were talking about. It’s like the tag line was written just for me because the only thing going on in my mind was ‘I’m being fined for all the sins I’ve done up until now’. One thing I’ve learnt from this incident is to really look into what the brand is telling you and take the good advice. If it says you’ll regret this, then rest assured you most definitely will!