I don’t like clutter. Just because I don’t, doesn’t mean I am going to do anything about it. It’s like the government. We don’t like what they are doing but we are not going to do anything anyway. But of course, if the clutter gets really unbearable I am gonna get off my a$$ and clean it up, which happens once in 5 months. Yep, pretty much like the elections that comes around every 5 years though.
After I clean up, I find things I have been looking for, for ages. Those cute earrings or that shirt I look thin in :P. Just like how we find all the sneaky $#it the previous government has done. Then again, we have to wait another 5 years to find the $#it this government does which will be ousted by the next government.
Oh My Gawd!!! My room is like a little country. 😀
Good food, ahhh…a wonderful phenomenon. Of course, everyone has experienced it, no doubt. It could have grabbed you and kissed you unexpectedly like you would have wanted your crushed to do but who din’t. (The crush! Not the food. The food always delivers!!) It could have been your mom’s potato fry or Paniyaram and chutney in a small shop on the road side while travelling or your friend’s mom’s egg fried rice or that Masala pori from that moving cart guy. Nevertheless, it was amazing food. You can still remember the place, the time, the taste and smell. It is what makes you get through the normal food. Always hoping you will get your hands on that lovely piece of ghee dosai or that fantastic panipuri or that marvelous gulab jamun.
So now that I have established that I am a foodie, I have to let out an unspoken rule that we foodies (unspoken because we will probably come off as selfish, which we are not. I swear) is that we don’t like sharing our favorite food. To quote Joey from friends “I don’t share FOOD!” Or at least not my favorites.We treasure it, safeguard it from our pesky siblings and eat it in secret. But if you are familiar with this fact then you are pretty aware of the LAW. If you are not, then you are one of those lucky people.
The LAW states that if you DO(which normally you won’t) get your hand on good food( may vary from person to person) you will only get the last piece or serving. But if you happen to get enough to satisfy your craving, (which won’t happen because you will want more) there will be visitors with whom you will have to share it.
Yep, that pretty much sums up my relationship with food.
Every person has two sides to them; polar opposites but can exist together peacefully. And this is my take on it.