No change in permanent address

We are back. All the fancies did not really suit us. So kindly excuse the inconvinience caused.
And to avoid any further confusion we will be removing the link from below, and deleting the twin blog. So here we are, where we started, with some unnecessary drama thrown in. Anyways. Yay.

7 thoughts on “No change in permanent address

  1. :D:D Ok somehow I am glad you mentioned point 2. And hence will ignore the Gollum reference. And no, it’s nothing to do with The Dude. See, ‘we’ is the literal transalation of ‘hum’ which by the way is a very nice way of conversing. ‘Humne decide kiya hai ki hum apna blog waapas LJ par le aayenge’. Like that. And Gollum doesn’t say ‘we’, ‘My’ precious!

  2. Only man is not content to leave things as they are but must always be changing them, and when he has done so, is seldom satisfied with the result.
    Elspeth Huxley (b. 1907), Author. The Mottled Lizard, ch. 4 (1962).
    Well. Woman too.
    Welcome back.

  3. “Hum” is a very Lukhnowi – Hyderabadi way of speaking. I seriously forgot that for a Iyer, your hindi is good.
    Gollum does say “we” or “our” when his evil self takes over. So was imagining the evil Divya taking over….

  4. ‘Iyer who spent the first 17 years of her life in western UP’, a very significant aspect.
    About Gollum, I think it’s time to revisit LOTR!

  5. How appropriate in my case! I am forever trying to change things and complaining later. Thought I wish changing back everything was as simple as changing blog urls *profound expression*

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