Saturday, August 9, 2008


The pride of not having touched alcohol yet makes one a stronger abstainer than ever before.

One hopes the same logic does not apply for sex. 


Anonymous said...

I've been there. I know. The pride of touching it and then abstaining for more than one year(and have the ability to do so as and when) is even more :D

Hope I break the record of that more than one year.

maxdavinci said...

@arun: I share a similar pride for not puffin. btw, aajkal too much marriage n sex talk. Desperate times?

@adithya: good luck

Arun Sundar said...

True. And good luck. I remember a friend saying every morning "I'm a genuine teetotaller, till I drink tonight".

Not 'aajkal'. I have been talking about marriage and sex from my 12th std. Nobody seems to be listening.

♥bμşγ-ŵŗϊŧēŕ♥ said...

If it did, there wouldn't be a 'men would be men' phrase.

rukna said...

loved your second line

Guru said...

Nopes, it is the exact opposite logic for sex.

Absconding said...

I would like to know how the second line applies to you! :D

A statement written with bold :D

Absconding said...

Never mind..I just read it again! Hahahaha! question is answered! :D

Hahahahahaha..oh it's funny!!

chutneycase said...

rofl @ "I have been talking about marriage and sex from my 12th std. Nobody seems to be listening."

Lol, pinjiliye pazhutha fruit a neenga? ;)

Idling in Top Gear said...

I gave up drinking shortly after I turned 18. Didn't touch a drink till I was almost 21. Even since then, I have no intention of drinking till I am tipsy. So, I guess the logic kinda holds.

BTW, when it comes to sex, it's your partner that will become be a stronger abstainer!

Arun Sundar said...

Exactly. And there wouldnt be 'women! sigh!' phrase too for coining the 'men would be men' phrase ;)

You like the 'hope' part, dont you?!

Exactly. And thats precisely my point too :)

I was gonna come up with some explanation for your first comment and your second comment saved it ;) Thanks.

lol...Aama. Early ripen fruit wonly. But enna pruyojanam!

Nyaayamaa idhu?

Ela said...

why still struggling with 'one hopes' and 'does not' kind of time try to make an highly assertive statements! our desi world will be proud of u.....

Prashanth said...

Arun... you have been talking abt this in the wrong place. Share your blog address with your parents and look for amazing results.....

Nandini Vishwanath said...

Agree with Max. Naa venum naa kekare ne? Naa ennilendo ketindaan irukke - why are you talking of the same thing, over and over again nu?

Arun Sundar said...

Assertiveness comes with experience. So one continues to hope.

Amazing results is it? And fyi, they read my blog ;)

By shallow observation, the profound thought goes overlooked.

Guru said...

Actually in this matter i am/we are the 'experienced'.

Cos' we're talking about abstaining, right? So i/we need not 'hope' but we can be sure.

It surely is exactly opposite for sex.