Rabies & Men

When there is a rabid animal going around town, you don’t stop going out, you shoot the animal.

Curtail the freedom of men.

If they can’t control themselves, why should a woman think twice about her rights of freedom?

Let no two or more men be allowed outdoors after 7pm

No stag entry in clubs, bars, restaurants, cinemas, vet clinics (you never know)

After 9pm, all men must be accompanied with a female relative

Let ‘househusband’ be a word in the Oxford dictionary

This is just a start, but the list could go on.

My Love for Walking & India’s Culture

I love walking. I love walking fast, much to the annoyance of all my friends. I guess I walk fast because I’m trying to compensate for running. (I can however win an Olympic race, because once I start running, everyone competing with me will be on the ground, rolling with laughter). My issue with walking, however, is that I can walk from point A to point B. No matter how much the distance, as long as there is a need that will be fulfilled by reaching that point, I’ll walk. (Which actually also doesn’t let me stroll, again to the irritation of my friends.)

So to stay healthy, I keep telling myself that I should go for a brisk walk at least once a day. It happens every fortnight finally. I just came back from one and as I was on my way back, I was wondering how I can add purpose to the walk. I have a lovely golden labrador at home in India and thought to myself how it would be great to walk her on these wide footpaths. I am fortunate to live in a lovely part of London and just wished my dog was here to inspire me to walk. Then made a mental note to myself that whenever I go home, I shall walk her myself at least once every day. (And I mean walk, not taking her out to do her business.) Continue reading