Wednesday, December 12, 2012

The Monk who sold his Ferrari should have met the Old Monk - All problems solved!


Disclaimer : For You to actually get this post you need to be acquainted with at least one of these two monks
- the Monk who sold his Ferrari or the Old Monk.

Okay my romance with the Old Monk is way too recent for me to go about flaunting it around town (we have been introduced this winter only and for all I know he may ditch me soon) but it is new- it is exciting- and I can barely keep my mouth shut. 

So here goes...
The first thing I asked my friend who introduced me to the Old monk was, “Well, exactly how old is this Old Monk?”  
To which he replied, “Baby he is old enough to understand you.”

Anyway as I was saying since I am only in the morning period of my relationship with the Old Monk, I can’t be too certain about how it shapes up in future but what I can tell you with all certainty is - that the sun has set on my relationship with the Monk who sold his Ferrari.
So even though it was totally bitch-like of me to ditch my ex-flame –the monk who sold his Ferrari- for this new hot flame- the Old Monk- I still did it K

Whatttttttt? Don’t judge me okay. I had to pick my battles after all.

Two years the monk who sold his Ferrari had been by my bedside yet couldn’t do much for me (no eternal bliss- no everlasting contentment) and on the other side was this wise-cracking old monk- who did so well- in keeping all my worries at bay the very second we shook hands.

Why else would a place that is within twenty five kilometers of Chandigarh- seem like a whole other world?




And the best part is that I have always believed that I am into elder guys- So, I guess Old Monk has it all- after all.
xoxo


10 comments:

Talitha said...

Problem here...I don't know either of them.Unless the Old Monk here is the liquid version.If then,I think I do know what happens when one meets him and the symptoms are very much like you described them!
Oh wait,you were talking about the rum...right?

parth bhagwati said...

took me two readings to grasp the content of ur post.robin sharma and his league dnt placate me...so never been thru this book,though hv heard a lot abt it.i wud rather watch shawshank redemption,into the wild,castaway.. and a host of othr movies bak to bak rather than reading this satire.dialectics with a monk as wise as an oak tree cn hv seminal influence,provided u inhibit the theosophical teachings frm such a person.i m nt a fan of monks and saints,a superior monk is one acc to me who inspite of engagement to all worldly pleasures is devoid of narcissism.u r the uber cool monk of today if u sell ur ferraries to clients with least ingenuity.

Stutee Nag said...

yes sweetheart I was talking about the rum only hehe

Stutee Nag said...

@ Parth..feelings- such strong feelings lol.. but u have stated very correctly about how a modern day monk should be

parth bhagwati said...

Never has old monk rum been treated with such ceremonial literary indulgence,bt thnx to u,it hs been served its worth.

parth bhagwati said...

Never has old monk rum been treated with such ceremonial literary indulgence,bt thnx to u,it hs been served its worth.

setu said...

i think i l prefer d old monk as monk who sold his ferrari is ot familier to me ,our old monk can also be d bst frd in dese chilly winter nghts. on d top i hv never expected such a ceremonial treatment for our new frd "old monk" way to go stu

tracyrob said...

Stuttee - i have tasted both ...and i couldnt agree more with the thought that old monk is way better than monk (loser) who sold his ferrari.. .

Stutee Nag said...

@tracy

Hi-5 (it's a total Hi-5 moment after all)

Stutee Nag said...

@setu
Give the Monk who sold his Ferari a try.. I bet u Old Monk will still come out a winner.. But I don't think I need to convince you on that- since u already are a member of the OLD-Monk admiration club
Thank You and Keep visiting!