WEEK-49 HAY DAY IS SKY’S MAY

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WEEK-49 HAY DAY IS SKY’S MAY


COLUMNS / Puchcha   /   Apr 21, 2015
Devika Seth
Devika Seth
She studied English literature and graduated from the University of Delhi. She seeks to pursue a successful career in the field of literature. She is also a trained Odissi dancer and has debuted as a poet in ‘When Cupid Struck its Arrow.’

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What is up crazy people??

When talking about craziness, how can I forget how crazy my weekend went? I was home alone for the weekend. My family took off to Mumbai for some days. Though I am also supposed to join them, but I thought why not take full advantage of the moment. And guess what, my stars seemed aligned. DJ Bl3nd was in Delhi last Friday and played in Kitty Su. Man, what a crazy night!

The next day was supposed to be crazier, and it was (to some extent). But if it was ruined, then you should already know “who”. I think, VJ has a great potential in becoming lady Voldemort, because she is already walking on the path of terrorizing people.

Anyway, there was this different event organized in Connought Place called Pillow Fight Day. All you had to do is to take a pillow to the venue and start beating feathers out of other people. I had invited Riya, but she also took VJ along.

As we were roaming around and looking for targets, I saw a fat little guy. “Riya! Look at that sweet little fella. I think he should have featured on the banners of Pillow Fight,” I said.
Aww! Isn’t he cute?” said Riya.

“Cute? Yeah, but not with another guy fighting, but in place of the pillow,” and I literally guffawed. Wasn’t it funny? I know I shouldn’t have made fun of him, but I couldn’t help it.
Guys, has it ever happened that I said something and VJ remained silent? NO! So, how could such an exception take place now?

The lady Voldemort a.k.a VJ started, “Sky! Isn’t there any event called Hay-Day or something? If there is, then you should certainly participate. Or even perhaps you could be featured on its banners, because you don’t have brains, but only skull full of hay. BTW, be careful on the roads of Mumbai.”

When I asked why, she replied that since Maharashtra’s farmers have vowed to let loose their old and infirm cattle on the city roads to protest against beef ban, so the cattle may get tempted to chew the hay in my brain.

“Did I have to laugh on this?” I replied. Anyway guys, people talk about zombie apocalypse and I think that we are not much far from “cattle apocalypse”. Imagine, in just a few years, population of cattle will be so high that you will see them sunbathing in the middle of roads with all their swag on, giving no crap to the vehicles passing. What do ya think brodah B-) ! Or may be another best solution, leave the cattle at government offices. The officials could caress them, however much they want.

On this Riya made a punch. And I must say, that this girl is indeed growing a funny bone. After all, I am her friend and I am contagious. She said, “Wouldn’t that give our hardworking ministers another excuse for not working?” I and VJ asked in chorus, “What excuse?”

She said, “In press conferences or any such public events, they would simply tell you that a project or anything could not be initiated because a buffalo ate the file of agreement, you see!”

Or perhaps beef ban could benefit AAP too. They don’t want peons and office boys. So, they could ask the Maharashtra government to leave a few cattle in their offices which could be used to pass on files from one minister to the other. And if there is a file which they want to get rid of, they can feed it to the buffalo anytime.

Well guys, before VJ chews up my head on why other tasks haven’t been completed, I think I should take off and continue my pillow fight saga next week.

Till then, ciao!


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