A Tel Maalish from your local barber shop, at Rs 25/- !! Dimaag ka darwaza khul jayega, bholaprasad mere yaar, ek baar try kar le. Maja aa gaya. While driving back, the stress of 9am traffic seemed so distant. On having driven home, most of the throbbing in my head was GONE. Tel Maalish is usually a combination exotic Indian oils, a firm hand and patience. It has been a tradition for as long as I can remember. Bhai, acha sa maalish kardo! It started with my granny and extended as a form of expression later as I grew up. If you love someone, actions will always speak louder than words sir! Go massage that lower back and relieve her stress 🙂

If your in India do try it out. In related news, the local government plans to ban Massage parlours since they suspect gents misuse the parlour for the massage ladies 🙂 This came from the bhaiyya who was giving me a propah (read between the lines) torso massage.


2 Comments on “recommended”

  1. Blade Runner says:

    Inspiring blog … The first week at RIT seems a ritual … Happens everytime with every1 ..
    Am a newbie here at RIT drilled with a quarter of lost weekends, Insomnia and coding nightmares …
    Couldn’t help but notice that 4.0 figure …
    You must be GOD 😉
    Bye, gotta go, Time for some willowy magic from dravid …
    Keep the blog going, It makes good reading …

    … always amok

  2. Santosh says:

    Dear Newbie to RIT,

    First of all, god bless you for adding a comment to an almost barren blog!

    Next, don’t worry your life will return to normal once you have acheived your goal here in Rochester. Soon you will find that spending 30 minutes at a Shopping Mall will not result in a delayed Algorithms assignment. You will discover to your amazement that money is peripheral especially when you are no longer paying tuition. With chagrin you will find yourself with better things to do on a Friday night instead of debugging your Distributed Systems project.

    You will, in short be enlightened as to why in the University of Life, a 4.0 GPA means nothing.

    But always remember, RIT CS makes you slog now so that you don’t have to slog later!

    Until that time, hold fort!

    – Santosh