Where the option to erase memories is gladly accepted

Read about Dunbar’s number and the spiral of silence. One of those things which makes you go “hmmm” and then is conveniently forgotten until the next cocktail party.

Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind is a pretty nice movie. Liked the first few lines where Carey is sitting in the train and thinking to himself.

I like songs which have a little bit of English in them. Like there’s one from Billu which has the words “fit fit [soniye]” to rhyme with “khit pit” and “no exit” and then of course the all time fav “How happy is my heart dil dance maare re” though the current personal fav is “Emosional atyachar”.

When bored I sometimes break into “Bol bol why did you ditch me?” and stop. I think that song connects on so many levels cause of the whole brass band thing. Those buggers have been at almost every wedding I have ever attended. Banging away the latest hits as uncle and auntie jiggled their booties on the road.

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2 Responses to Where the option to erase memories is gladly accepted

  1. Anindita says:

    Two distinct super philosophical ideas in this short post. Also made me crack up in the middle of the night : )

  2. Anand says:

    Charming picture, by the way. Redolent of the fragrances of rail travel.

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