Some Sentences

Here are some of the sentences that I can never forget. Some I can never understand. Here I have listed both the type of sentences.

Sentences that I have never understood…

May the Lord rest in peas.
(Why should the Lord rest in peas? Is that his favorite food? If that is true…how come my boss hates peas?)

War and piece.
(Heard it is a classic by Leo Tolstoy. Never read it though…)

Seas the opportunity.
(Opportunity it seems is a well-oiled-stone statue with no clothes, but a tuft of hair on his forehead…. opportunity comes only once…and is difficult to grab. Let us seas the opportunity.)

Ah..men!
(Why does everybody say this after their prayers? Quite biased I would say…I am surprised the Mahila Morcha is yet to raise it up as an issue.)

Sentences that I can never forget…

“I could not sea that was coming.”
(This one was heard during Tsunami)

“I road this letter but did not post it.”
(my blunt-tongued cousin with a newly-written letter in his hand)

“Everybody says I am a boar. But a few say…I can learn to be exciting.”
(my friend Ashiwn after rushing out of a bachelor`s party fully drunk)

“This prayer is damn good. He can score a goal whenever he wants.”
(my soccer crazy 7-year old neighbor)

“I can where any shirt I want. I just need to know wear it is.”
(somebody very close to my heart. No..not Rekha you dimwit)

Published by Jamshed V Rajan

Jammy, as Jamshed V Rajan is affectionately called, is a wannabe stand up comedian. He has a funny take on most things but documents only some of them. If you are interested in chatting up with him, do drop him an email at jv.rajan@gmail.com or message him at +919650080255.

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