Stop Teutsching Me

A blog about Raghav Kulkarni and other interesting subjects.

Sunday, April 16, 2006

Life is like a box of raghav

Ida Gasp writes:

I'm sorry. I really don't understand the obsession with this raghav person. I would love you to explain it to me.....

No need to appologize, Ida. And thanks for that lower case 'r'. Let's talk about obsession. For example why, Ida, are you so obsessed with vomit? It can be tough to get to the root of our feelings sometimes, but let's probe a little. After all, isn't that what blogging is all about, getting in touch with our true emotions?

In the case of raghav, let's start with the obvious:

  1. He's really hot.

  2. He sleeps in the office.

  3. He makes great chocolate chip cookies.

  4. He's !@#$%^& attractive.

In your opinion, who should I blog about instead? I mean, you tell me which one is better. Perhaps you'll gain some insights by reading Raghav's literary critiques. R&J

By the way, Ida, I think you should consider changing the name of your blog to "Incen-diary." Or perhaps, "Vomit World." Incendiaries is one of those rare English words which does not occur as a singular noun.


Blogger ida gasp said...

am I really obsessed with vomit? I actuallt hadn't noticed. I know this may seem odd. It is more of an obsession with bodily functions in general I think.

April 18, 2006 3:45 AM  
Blogger ida gasp said...

actually it can be a singular noun - as in 'a bomb'. It can refer to a bomb, social agitator, explosive agent. Would you prefer 'the gasp firebrand'? Doesn't sound very good.

Although you won't be aware of this, due to changes in sedition laws in Australia, I find incendiary to be appropriate.


Any person who maliciously sets fire to a building or other valuable or other valuable property.

A person who excites or inflames factions, and promotes quarrels or sedition; an agitator; an exciter.

Of or pertaining to incendiarism, or the malicious burning of valuable property; as, incendiary material; as incendiary crime.

Tending to excite or inflame factions, sedition, or quarrel; inflammatory; seditious.

April 18, 2006 3:59 AM  
Blogger Emi D said...

I hadn't even heard of the word until you, Ida. So there you word players.

April 18, 2006 8:00 AM  
Blogger Teutsch said...

OK, I guess you can keep it.

April 18, 2006 1:18 PM  

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