A factual fiction!

After she had put down the receiver…

‘Now who was that?’

‘P… who else!’

She gets ready in 5 minutes flat and rushes to the door.

‘Will be back by elevenish…don’t keep dinner for me’.

‘The same old jeans…don’t you have something that flows?’

‘O Maa, I don’t have the time to wear all that….besides he is out at the gate’.

‘Your ears look bare’.

‘Maa…I can’t choose…besides what’s the need? I could do without something dazzling or dangling for now.’

‘Instead of arguing with me, go and wear something that doesn’t dazzle or dangle’.

She rushes in…

‘And while you are at it, wear a bracelet or something…’

She shouts back, ‘but I’m wearing my watch!’

‘But you have two hands, no?’

‘I give up Maa…what’s the point?’

‘What point? I like P besides who else can tolerate you?’

‘Huh! S is waiting along with P and I can hear them honking….BYE’.

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39 thoughts on “A factual fiction!”

  1. Haha Indian moms and their ‘But you have two hands?!”. Luckily my mom doesn’t harass me too much about over-accessorizing. Though I know one too many households where this happens!

  2. LOlz. Somehow my mom is never into dangling or dazzling things! But she would be paranoid if someone was waiting for me at the gate, especially a guy!

  3. Hopeless Romantic

    thaanku saar! not daily but yeah once in a blue moon when mom is tooo opportunistic 😛

    hehhehe..u lucky gal! my mom does that for occasions, etc 😛

    u too Brutus! could exchange danglers with u:P

  4. DPhatsez
    yep..they do!

    hehee..thank u!

    yehi hain meri life…kabhi kabhar 😛

    heheee..same here! this P is a friend for the longessssst time ever!

    hehhehee….thanks for sharing ur woes 😛

    P, S & me – 2 guys n a gal…now dont get ideas 😛

  5. My one complains with my food,my dress, my hairstyle and i think everything. she thinks i should keep on eating otherwise i will go weak. Mom/mother/amma will make God also work…

    Keep Rocking,

  6. Sometimes makes me thank my lucky stars for being a man:

    Men’s Guide to getting ready:

    Step 1: Wear pant
    Step 2: Wear shirt
    Step 3 : Accessories: Wrist-watch
    Step 4: Add-on accessory (optional) : Spray deo.
    Step 5: Add-some-more-on accessory (again optional): Spray deo under both armpits
    Step 6: Get out of the house.

    But its always angelic to see a beatiful lady all dressed up for you. 🙂

  7. No idea whatsoever on that…

    but i’m pretty much sure my mom would act entirely different if I try to wear ‘something dangling/dazzling’ stuffs… 😀

    Only thing my mom hates is black clothes… I just love black t’s…

  8. I guess I spoke too soon, lol. I have a mehendi ceremony to go to tomorrow and my mom is not okay with the outfit I picked. 😛 She claims it’s too casual, but the girl whose mehendi it is, is planning on keeping it semi-formal. Aaaah it’s all good, I know my mom will agree with me once she sees me wear it – I’ll just have to compensate by accessorizing I guess. 😛

    PS – Started a new blog (http://deliciouslysunsational.blogspot.com) Check it out when you get a chance! 🙂

  9. Amal
    😛 u bet it is!

    hahhahaha..well said man! they rule the heavens too!


    Miss Kido
    thaanku thaanku Miss Kido…mere ears mein already 2 piercings hain n they r well provided for!

  10. Parikshith
    😛 funny man in action!
    the deo is optional -> yikessssss! 😀
    thanks for sharing the men’s guide here n i hope Salman see’s this 🙂

    both offline friends who hate blogging 🙂 not about gold..rather ‘over-decked-up looks’

    u better stay away from those! thanks for sharing ur mom’s views 🙂

    wild child
    thanks girl…relieved actually!

  11. Sri
    shukriya Janab!!

    aint they? 😛 …thanks for following but BEWARE of the ‘i-dont-know-what-happened-to-me-after-i-started-following-vinnie The Pooh’ symptons!!!

    see, she is a mom after all! thanks for sharing this…enjoy the ceremony n do wish ur friend 🙂

    P.S: will surely check ur new blog…am visiting my own after ages!!!

  12. Prasant
    ohh that..that was clicked by my dinosaur pal – T Rex off the rocky mountain edges!
    isnt the stone camera cool ?

    (photoshop mein ‘chalk-charcoal filter lagaya) – yeh top secret hain

  13. With my mother, it was Pond’s powder that she wouldn’t let me leave the house without! LOL…very funny and true to life fiction…

  14. DPhatsez
    hmmm…then thats good!

    hehehe…u like to wear jewellery!!

    thaanku saar! yep! u bet i do!

    hehhee..she would love to have her daughter get second looks, falls, stumbles, etc..thanks for sharing!
    welcome here 🙂

  15. Heh heh heh, a peek in to daily life (especially when someone’s submerged in professional life)… 🙂

    And mums will be mums. 😉

    Nice one, buddy…

    Peace. Be well.

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