Remember that time when it was considered cool to have the lady-in-the-Renaissance-painting figure? (Sometime when Da Vinci’s beard was still the “in thing“) I wouldn’t necessarily call that figure an hourglass. It was more like an hourglass which was left near the fire too long and melted and sagged and clumped a bit in ALL the … Read more
The valuable lessons Hollywood has taught us…
Mr.Right, missing lipsticks and the pitter-patter of feet. Want to know more?
He watched his new bride fold the laundry. Including handkerchiefs. Just like his mother. They were so alike. It was an embarrassing thought. Did men really end up marrying their mothers? He tried to dismiss the thought. “What do you love about me?” he asked. She smiled and said “You remind me of my father.” … Read more
Continued from Having my cake and eating it too (properly) – Part I… The tale of too many utensils The usual utensil setting should be as follows. The plate is the center and other utensils radiate from it. Closest to the plate on the right is a butter knife, with the serrated edge facing the plate … Read more
Soup spoon. Salad fork. Pudding spoon. Confused? Not anymore…
I have been ‘tagged’. In bloggers terms, that means I have to write about a topic that my ‘tagger’ has written about. In this case, the topic in question is 10 surprising things about me which people do not know. Also the 10 things should be clear no-no’s as per the ‘invisible book of gender … Read more
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This post is a first in a new series called ‘Bizarre Connections’. Puzzled? Well to solve the mystery, finish reading the passage below and then click and drag your mouse over the Explanation box to uncover the real secret behind the words. The clicking and dragging wont work with IPhone currently. Our team is still trying to fix … Read more