1. The views expressed in this blog are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the organization he works for.
2. This site uses cookies from Google and other third-party service providers to deliver its services, to personalize ads and to analyze traffic. Information about your use of this site is shared with Google and other third-party service providers. By using this site, you agree to its use of cookies.

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Corporate Love Birds

Pitch black darkness inside my office bus. It was 8:20pm at night and supposedly, I was the only passenger aboard. Dropped down my backpack with a certain amount of relief, folded up my specs and neatly wrapped with a small cotton cloth that I always carry. I felt good, going home at last. The fact that I was the only one aboard egged me on into starting a folk song. Well, as I cleared my throat and was about to begin the first line, that I found I was not the only one aboard. In fact I had almost succeeded in breaking the sweet honeymoon that a couple close by was engaged in. Thankfully, I was quick to understand my mistake and settled down as fast as possible without looking back, pretending not to notice.

Just a thought, is it becoming increasingly difficult for love birds to find a suitable happy hunting ground? And is the civic society being encroached upon as a result? Questions for you, readers. Pour your hearts out!

Bookmark and Share


Varun said...

That is ridiculous! They need to find a better place. If the urge was so uncontrollable, they should have got down, got to someone's place and then continued their honeymoon.

Chiranjib said...


umm... well.. :D
"pyaar mein rukavat nahi aani chahiye"
remember airtel? ;)

vimmuuu said...

U shudve told them " Get a room, you idiots" LOL

Indyeah said...

yes, civil society is coming more and more under threat....freedoms are being curtailed....

On a diff note I agree with Vimmuu :D

Chiranjib said...

@ vimmuuu

yeah.. :D

@ Indyeah