New Year’s and the I’m the absentee party goer

Here’s wishing you folks in front of your computers a very happy new year. May your year be filled with success and everything you ever dreamed of that is humanely possible.

And also:

Count me among those that did not stay awake till the stroke of midnight to cheer and see fireworks and drink lots and lots and lots with my fabulous friends.

I spent the arrival of the New Year as tightly coiled ball of human flesh sunken in ‘One hundred years of solitude’ by GGM.

And I loved every second of it.

Also, I was introduced to my friend Zeeshan’s second blog which is

It’s an intriguing blog concept and I adore how I feature in his first post. Go check it out. Read about my fabulous name and what it means and stuff.


1. Spending New Year’s with a book that you adore with every fibre of your being is as close to fulfilling as you can get.

2. Also, not turning up for your friend’s 31st night party after kinda telling them you will attend is bad. So always inform them at least half an hour before that you won’t turn up. That way, everyone has time to vent their feelings off on a group message and get the negativity over with BEFORE the party. So remember: Inform absences at all-important parties before the party. That way, you’re just the guy who doesn’t like fun. Not the guy and lying bastard that hates fun.

Accomplishment 🙂


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