Story of a lost journalist

April 25, 2008

Crushes, marriages

Filed under: Jim and Me Conversations — Cris @ 01:50
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My fancy pal Mr Jim and I were watching a movie the other day. Richard Gere was chasing Bruce Willis on a railway track. As always Jim had a question for me.

“Why don’t they take their guns out?”

As always, I had an explanation.

“I guess they like each other”

Jim looked satisfied. I was thinking, about Bruce Willis.

“You know Jim I might marry Bruce Willis”

“Cris you just said Jim Carrey yesterday. Cant you give a guy a week?”

“Jim boy when I say I have a crush on Mr Good Looking, my sensory powers translate it to I married Mr GL”

“Is there any good in that?”

“Yeah we have established a relationship you see!”

“I repeat. What’s the good in that?”

“I will tell you what’s good about it Jim boy. When I go to a place and see a house he owns I’d say ‘He’s giving this one to me'”

“That makes some sense”

“It does. So every other street I walk on, I will have another house waiting to be mine”

“Cool! So you get a crush when you know a guy is rich?”

“Of course not! You don’t marry a guy for his money. You marry him for his long hair, clean eyes and cause he lets you in the front door when his Mom’s still there”

“Attractive. So money doesn’t matter”

“It does for divorces”

“You divorce someone when he is penniless”

“That’s inhuman Jim! But you don’t divorce someone when he is growin money trees in his backyard cause he ran out of space in his front garden”

“Amazing Cris! You happen to know any female fancy pals in the neighborhood?”

“Let’s look around Jim boy”

“I want her to be sensible, hate her real-life pal and make fun of him”

“Jim you won’t find another one like you around!”

“I know; that’s why I remain a fancy pal. I am too good to be real”

I didn’t say anything. I decided that when it came to creating fancy pals who thought the world about you, I was a total failure. Jim seemed to think the inferno about me.

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1 Comment »

  1. ‘Beauty is all very well at first sight; but whoever looks at it when it has been in the house three days?’
    What Bernard Shaw said is true, we will be attracted to the beauty till it becomes our’s but the goodness will always be loved.. 🙂 Jim Boy..

    Comment by Javed Miandad — January 28, 2012 @ 04:17 | Reply


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