I hereby introduce to the world at large, awaiting for it with a withheld breath, a new concept, viz. (which is read as “namely” and not “that is,” though the difference has been lost on the English Newspaper Editors of my current town, apparently, long ago; apparently, out of not only a very poor sense of English, but of equally poor sense of supervision descending here from the likes of Delhi and Mumbai—the two highly despicable towns of India).
The concept itself pertains to the idea of having to fill some column-centimeters (or, column-inches in that deprecated country, viz., USA), with whatever it is that you have to fill with.
The world (including the said USA) has been waiting precisely for such a new concept, and I am particularly glad at having not only announcing it, but also having had developed the requisite skills.
The concept in question may most aptly be named: “Blog-Filling.” Translated into a noun, it reads: a “blog filler.”
This post now is [in case you didn’t already guess] is The Blog Filler. [Guess I might have already announced its arrival, given my psycho-epistemological habits i.e. second natures.]
Ummm… In case you still are found wondering, may I repeat, this post really is a blog-filler.
OK. Honest. I will deliver on the promised count. So, here we go: I mean on the RD+Gulzar+Lata song I had had [and may be, also have had/had had/had have/etc.] promised…
A Song I Like:
(Hindi) “silli hawaa chhoo gayee, sillaa badan chhill_ gayaa”
Credits: Are you so dumb as not to be able to guess even these?
OK. I will tell you what? I will note these down, right here:
Music: R. D. Burman
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
A “Philanthropic” Assertion:
Even if you are so dumb, and, as usual, richer-than-me, or an Approved SPPU Mechanical Engineering Faculty (or of Any Other Indian University/AICTE/UGC), as not having been able to even guess it, or, in summary, if you are an American Citizen:
Don’t worry, even if you have not been able to guess it. … It was just a small simple game…
…Continuing on the same lines [which lines, people like me don’t need]: now, take care, and best, and good-bye; I mean it; etc.
Bye for now. Don’t bother me too much.