Monday, December 27, 2004

NEO-phyte fundas

It is happening. Slowly, but surely. I can feel it. And it seems there’s no way I can stop it. I firstnoticed it a couple of weeks back. At first, I didn’tpay too much attention. But gradually, the feeling isbecoming more and more palpable. It’s probably likecocaine. Initially, you do it just for a lark. Butbefore you can realize what’s going on, it starts torun your whole life. Luckily, I don’t seem to be the only one affected, there are more like me.Sample this: “Just got back home - that the first thing i do is get online is probably not a good thing. will post more later.” This, from the blog of one of the youngest and funniest authors around at present and a compulsive blogger. And this: “Met Putu, who’s back in Delhi. We’re all such dour creatures behind our Internet identities… And of course, had the always-delightful company of Shrabonti, who, refreshingly, is just a real person, with no blogging alter ego attached.” This, by the way, is the prolific author of one of the most popular Indian blogs and a person whose writing stands head and shoulders above the innumerable journo/lit blogs littering the blogosphere now.
However, my condition doesn’t trouble me anymore, because I have found the Answer.
I know why you're here, Fellow Blogger. I know what you've been doing. I know why you hardly sleep, why you live (a part of your online lives) alone, and why night after night (and most of the time that you should be doing some productive work in office) you sit at your computer. You're looking for a forum (and an audience that will read your drivel). I know, because I was once looking for the same thing. And when (the Blogosphere) found me, (it) told me I wasn't really looking to produce great literature or stuff. I was looking for a space where I could get people to listen to what I had to say (something, I have been trying to do unsuccessfully ever since I got my first write-up published in the school magazine.) It's the quest that drives us mad. It's the quest that brought you here. You know this just as I did.The Answer is out here, Dear Blogger. It's looking for you. And it will find you, if you want it to.

Hello ! :)
A young couple on the brink of divorce visit a marriage counsellor. The counsellor asks the wife what is the problem.
She responds "My husband suffers from premature ejaculation."
The counsellor turns to her husband and inquires "Is that true?"
The husband replies "Well not exactly, it's her that suffers not me."

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