Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Netaji Subash Chandra Bose International Aitport, Kolkata.

Yes, THAT is where I am, and have to stay for the next 8 hours, so presently I'm sitting on a baggage trolley, with a limb on each of my bags, wondering how my eyelids are heavy at 11PM the ONE night that I can't afford to fall asleep!

The bright side here though is that when I ignore the obvious serial killers and masturbators who probably have a freezer filled with dead relatives at home (I do get carried away with descriptions), I can see some very interesting people here. I WOULD have done a very respectful and stereotypical post on them (the non-serial-killers) which highlighted the Indian-unity-in-diversity and used phrases like 'every boarding pass has a story behind it', but I just can't 'grab life and squeeze the juice of happiness out of it' (That is NOT a dialogue from a porno. I ACTUALLY overheard someone here say it!) because:

1. This guy here has contortion-ed himself into this very baba-ramdev-esque pose in an attempt to fall asleep on the rigidly fixed benched and failed miserably, the outcome of which is that the hairiest buttcrack in the world is being shoved (quite literally) in my face. Which admittedly, I did try to snap a picture of, in an attempt to share the sight with you people (you can NOT blame me for not wanting to go through this alone, hell it looks like Osama Bin Laden's beard!) but THAT led to some VERY awkward stares from people...

2. Every 5 minutes or so this 2 year old appears out of nowhere, slams a couple of fists on my laptop and somehow manages to push the trolley (which I happen to be sitting on) a couple of feet forward, and his mother seems to think that an adequate answer to my look of wtf-ness is "ohh he's such a little gadget freak.". Yes it's THAT easy for parents to mask their childs pain-in-the-ass-ness as a hint of genius.

3. There's a stray dog at the airport, and it's not really harmed me or anything and it's quite cute in fact, but it's a stray dog and it's INSIDE an airport!

4. I'm more half way through and I STILL have no idea what this post should be about exactly. (The aimlessness is sort of  captured by the excessive use of parenthesis and CAPITALS.)

5. I'm REALLY getting vary of the amount of lists I use in posts!

6. Now I'm just overdoing it!

Well at least I spend the next 3 weeks working in Bangalore, which does sort of promise to give me a shot at independence and self reliance along with some nice time with the elusive girlfriend, here's hoping it makes me shed the cynicism and get a 'grip on life' and make me want to change the world etc...

More on Bangalore later...

P.S. Yes, I tried very very hard to ignore the awkwardness of the fact that 5 months (4 of which involved me, college, Assam and interviews) seperate this post and the one preceding it.

P.P.S. A$@#$@%  Cute little gadget-freak kid just made me drop my laptop!
Me.

10 comments:

hari said...

how is the laptop now?? and u should've posted a pic of the 2yr old techie! lolz...!

Tangerine said...
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*orange plum* said...

Yo Sex Bomb!
Another new city?
You must call me one of these days!
Love :)

No! Im not even going to tell you how you should write more often because apparently I jinx it then.

Shruti said...

Haha. I have like hundreds of airport stories. Once this really cool band of boys happened to accuse me of trying to steal their instruments because one of them kept his guitars on my luggage. I have had similar expressions of wtf-ness.

Bangalore is Nice! I love the vividness of your descriptions. Its awesome! thumbs up! :)

Mani Lalwani said...

A first time reader, and u write quite good :)
maybe I will read sum of the older stufff....

and , ya waiting at the airports can be such a pain in the ass.
sympathies.

Mani Lalwani said...

A first time reader, and u write quite good :)
maybe I will read sum of the older stufff....

and , ya waiting at the airports can be such a pain in the ass.
sympathies.

Revacious said...

Hehe.. I LOVE travel: bus, train or plane. They make such casually beautiful stories. Or blog posts. :\

Espèra said...

Ahahahaha :D @ point 1 about weird looks from other people as you try to take a photo of an exposed, hairy butt-crack.

Shame on you. Tch tch.

Where is the respect nowadays?
Aajkal ke bachhe.

I love lists. :D

bluebutterbeer said...

Ahahahaha :D @ point 1 about weird looks from other people as you try to take a photo of an exposed, hairy butt-crack.

Shame on you. Tch tch.

Where is the respect nowadays?
Aajkal ke bachhe.

I love lists. :D

Rahul Bhatnagar said...

@Espèra/bluebutterbeer: Thanks, and woah, and sorry for approving both your comments, but woah, two blogger identities?!