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How to convert a perfectly secular state to a religiously polarised one, in 10 steps

Snippets Of My Delirium

Step 1 : The Central government (NDA) influences their court stooge of a Chief Justice (& Co) to give a positive verdict on Sabarimala case. The ban on temple entry to women is struck down (which also aligns with the fundamental rights of a citizen, and hence doesn’t raise any eyebrows constitutionally as well). Supreme Court Chief Justice retires immediately after.
Step 2 : BJP makes Trupti Desai & Co declare their imminent arrival to Sabarimala.
Step 3: Believers across the state tremble in fear for the bachelorhood of Lord Ayyappa. #Readytowait floods the social media. ‘Save Sabarimala’ banners decorate FB profile pictures.
Step 4 : Rahul Easwar & Co starts their TV battle to “save Ayyappa” from the untouchables – ‘menstruating women’.
Step 5 : BJP starts protesting on the streets against the verdict, “to save their god” (as absurdly funny as it sounds!).
Step 6 : The large Hindu population…

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Coffee with Mommy

Reblogging it as a dedication to my mom… it

Lucid Dreaming

My mom is always my best friend. She was my mother till I reached my high school. After that, she made a point to be my friend first. I shared everything with her, like every single thing.

I was one of the weirdos of my class but she always boosted my morale by saying that I was different enough not to fall for the teenage peer pressures and tantrums. I was a quiet introvert.

She gave the greatest gift I could ask for. She always believed in me and my caliber. She was that mother who always tied my hair to school till I graduated, the mother who made a point to listen to every single story of mine.

Every evening after school, I used to sit in my favorite spot in the kitchen and tell all that happened in school. She hugged me tight when I cried and she…

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Mornings – what’s the healthiest to drink first?

Guess I should get over with my coffee addiction too.. What an irony!! My blog is named Coffee…

simple Ula

 There are early birds who have no bigger problems with waking up in the morning and there are night owls who struggle to keep their eyes opened after they wake up (that’s me).
No matter which one you are, there are some drinks which help you get through the morning in the healthiest way.


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Tried, but in vain! 

Wowo!! Lots of feel.. Loved it.. So reblogging this..

Deeply high

You took my breath away

With your eyes so blue

Shining against the light of day!
All I could do was stand still

Coz you got me astound

My veins had a rush of chill

Couldn’t move, was stuck to the ground!
You caught me looking

And walked towards me

Couldn’t help, you were alluring

I was nervous and you could see!
Tried not to, but in vain

I fell for you, so hard

Even though I knew it would end in bane

And I would be miserably marred!


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Who Wants To Talk? 

Wow!! this is was so good that I couldn’t help but reblog…

Sugar nd' Spice

As a child, growing up was my worst nightmare. I believed adults were terribly unfortunate people because the adults around me always seemed to have issues that made them unable to smile or love.

I wanted a pet cat, but my parents said no because it’s a popular (and quite silly) belief among Nigerians that cats are possessed. And so are the kids next door. And all of our relatives in the village.

And my mum kept trying to make me into an adult as soon as possible. I wasn’t allowed to play like the other kids, or watch cartoons or do kids stuff. I didn’t want to be her- I didn’t want to be any one of them. They were always complaining, everything made them angry, the government, a superior at work, their spouse.

I’m an adult now. I got home really really tired today and tried to watch…

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