Well we were not celebrating Diwali at home. Rohit called me up to his place to celebrate. Coool! I said and ....
Bhatt doing Pooja:
Ok i agree its a Pj but that thought got a smile on my face so its up here :P. Kausik (yeah its spelled in a lame way.. its not Kaushik) came out of the bathroom naked (ok its just for the effect... he came with a towel on) and was eager to do some pooja. Voila! He fished out a small ganpati murti from his bag and did some rituals and stuffed it back!
"Laxmi pooja wagere kuch?", I inquired.
"Arey sabkuch ho gaya hai. Go and see there.." said Rohit.
I went there piously and was puzzled. "Abbey yeh to hanumanji hai !!"
"Arey haan haan sirf yehi photo thaa" said rohit :)
When I peeped inside I saw the main Pooja diya was also a kinky aromatic candle in Apple shape.
"No comments please." pleaded Rohit.
Diwali ka Diya
Later we all lit up diyas all over the place(this time normal diyas). The diyas were not the usual earthern ones but made of aluminium. We all went to the bedroom (The laptop was there u bastards..not for ....). Kausik started sniffing and said "Yeh tatti jaisa smell kyon aa raha hai?"
"Abbey woh diya jal raha hai na.. uska wax hai" said someone.
The one in the bedroom was kept on a piece of furniture. Then the entire Diya caught fire. Rohit was about to blow it off when we all interfered
"Abbey diwali ka diya hai.. bujhaa mat saale"
He agreed and we kept staring at the Diya.The wax in it started boiling and all.. When it finally went kaputt we picked it up.
"Aila! woh furniture bhi jal gaya!"Crappp! there was a huge fucking black mark left.
Diwali ka diya !! Mat bujhaao! Ab kyaa be ! house owner bahut chillayegi!!!
The solutions proposed.
Solution #1: Tell her that its a teeka we put so that "Furniture ko nazar na lage!"
Solution #2:Change the ply. But as it was in some wierd shitty color we had doubts whether we would get the same shade.
Solution #3: Put a sticker on it. We had two choices. Either put some football club sticker (It would be really uncool to remove it) or we could put a Gods sticker. "Arey woh ganpati ka 3d pic milta hai ekdum amazing idhar se kuch sur pose udhar se kuch aur... "Nobody would dare to remove God`s sticker!.
We finally moved out butts to a nice place called shisha. Lovely ambience. We decided to order a shisha. After a bit of discussing, we decided to order Blueberry. We asked him which one he would recommend. "Apple, mint, lasun adrak,shit....(everything except blueberry).
jaa bhaad mein we still ordered Blue berry hookah.
when it came.. everyone had a puff and were like "sahi hai".."kuch alag hai" "Masst"
Then after sometime he came up and said there was some fault with the thing.
"Boss ...badal rahe ho toh kuch doosra flavour le aana" "Haan"everyone agreed in unison.
He said it will be fixed with a coal change. "Koiii naa.... yeh bhi ultimate hai..."
When u decide its awesome and u will have fun... screw the world!
For food, I was skeptical abt the veg stuff. We ordered Lasagne.
"Lasaaniaaa! ok "said the waiter.
Man i need some finishing classes. No wait. None of our amrikee clients pronounce my name correctly. So screw it.
Leching at hotties
The place had good number of hotties at that time. Anytime someone would get bored, he would leave for the loo and have a nice look here and there:P
Then came a hottie with a relatively short skirt (well i have seen shorter...but this was also an eye candy). "
"Ab kisi ko loo aayegaaa... Abbey udhar ka loo sahi hai"... While peeing u can enjoy the jazz music being played downstairs.. This time I went to the loo.... for the music (not for pervertish fun)
Back street boys..
While heading back home.. we were happy high. We switched on FM radio and they were playing the oldish pop. Backstreet boys, N sync, britney and all
"eeeeeeeee" said someone. "Abbey chup! yahi toh sun sun ke bada hue hai hum log!" said another. "Koi bola ki he has not listened to Govinda or backstreet boys then he is faking"
True. we are from a generation who grew up on "Philips top ten" and things like that.. :P
Well in the end, it was one of the most fulfilling diwali celebrations ever. With everything right. From the place to the food. Awesome :)