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  1. Party… mirror… Tamilian roots… Triangulation is a very good technique to try to get a grasp on something. Do these three articles somehow triangulate the essential you? Of course, I immensely enjoyed reading them. Would never read them otherwise :). Btw, got a new post, care to drop in? 🙂

  2. Hey IdeaS…
    Do any of your colleagues read your posts, knowing they’re yours ??!!

    I am of the notion that they reveal a lot more about you than ANYTHING you’d say when you were drunk an’ playin a truth-or-dare kinda game !!


  3. I have no idea if my collegues read my posts (with or without the knowledge that they are mine). But you’re right…my blogs say a lot more about me than any drunken revelations have!

  4. Blogging, in a sense, is truth or dare extended over a longer time-frame.

    Hope your darkest secrets live happily within you; the sum of your secrets is the extent to which you’ve lived life. 🙂

  5. Never played the game! I wouldn’t dare 😉 too many secrets u see! LOLOL
    but..i often wonder why we are brought up to think that the most pleasurable of emotions (actions ??)are considered dirty! Oh i know i know..i consider them that!
    Its just too overrated..guess i am getting ollllld!

  6. There is no need to cringe with shame coz’ you were honest. You were just playing the game by the rules, and you played it right!

    But if it came to revealing a ‘really’ dark secret, would you take the swig?

  7. I’m glad to ‘read’ you back Smithy… you’re always so right…
    This party sounds like a blast, I agree, we all need a shameful moment or two once in a while to look back to, being perfect is not human, and admitting to it in public takes a lot of guts.

  8. yup yup IdeaS.. I’m always right.. now BLOG already..

    Sheesh.. how many times am I gonna REFRESH this damn page !!



  9. All the way down at number 22, so dunno if you’ll notice this 🙂 But I’ll post anyway.

    I find confession sessions like these very liberating (of course provided it is with the right company and all that good stuff) Having revealed all, one can move past them and proceed to work on a new list of shady secrets 😉

    You have an awesome space here! And it is good to see you come by and comment on my blog. I keep stopping here to read (via your comments on Sagnik’s) but never actually commented. The deed is done today 🙂

  10. … and we have Iyer’s famous dance steps during our sessions …

    having said that .. we once tried something similar over Vegan Shake … (yea, cafe!!)

    ended up transforming our buddy into a gladrags model and soon to be actor now …( …

    but, to be fair to him … he made himself … kudos farro .. u rock

    And yes, we’ll try this “Never ever, have I ever…” thingy once I’m sure

  11. Voyeuristic? Guilty! While reading through, I was actually waiting for you to spill the beans on some of the revelations. No names, of course!