Friends, Romans, Countrymen, lend me your ears!
lol, Oops. =P Happens when you don’t know how to start a post when you write after ages (Here ages refer to just 30 days of sheer faraghat, =P by the way). Second explanation goes to any Roman goblin presumably hovering around in order to respond to this call. Sorry, wrong number! =P Anyways, in order to spare the ones who are prone to boredom while reading the crappiest blog next door (If that’s even a word), lets come straight to the point:
Dear people, I’ve started taking inspirations from Zardari and Altaf Bhai lately. Yes, I said it.
Fine that I have always been lame but that’s a completely different story altogether, the connotations that may sprout up here do not benefit any one so let me repeat with more emphasis this time; I am admiring both of them simultaneously these days.
EK ZARDARI SAB PER BHAARI:
Zardari tests my optimism with his cheshire cat smile. Being smitten, the best of the best facts I can gather about him are as follows:
1) He went to Karachi Grammar School and then to Cadet college Petaro. He also attended St. Patrick High School at Karachi. Shame on me for I always considered him matric pass.
Lesson # 1: Don’t judge people by their appearance, beneath the moldy meninges might lie some gem like vestiges tracing back the tracks of solid educational background.
2) Besides being widower of Benazir Bhutto, his individuality is well reported by his fellows, be it the Jail ones. They appreciate him for his bravery to say the least.
A close friend recounts an incident in the 1980s when he was still a polo-playing and horse-riding bachelor.
“We were on a cross-country ride in Karachi when one of our company, the daughter of a German diplomat, fell into a bog with her horse. There were 40 of us. We all stood around stunned except for this one man, Asif Ali Zardari, who jumped in and pulled out the girl and then the horse as well. During all this time, he could have drowned at any time himself.”
Shame on me for I always related moral cowardice to him. His chivalry? You still doubt?
Lesson# 2: Lets recall great chronicles of the all time famous great knight Monsieur Edward Cullen and you thought Zardari is no better.
3) I was told in high school that substance, airs and public reputation grant you leadership. Shame on me for I underestimated some of the people lacking these ingredients all my life.
Lesson#3: Anybody can become somebody, right?
4) Don’t we all adore men who are a little uxorious? a little caring and all considerate. Here’s the man who is more than uxorious, caring, considerate and possesses other associated qualities of bubbly hubby.
(On a personal note: A certain someone should read it, really)
Lesson#4: Zindagi main tou sabhi pyaar kiya kartay hain… ♫
5) Mommy told me that bad boys get locked up.
Lesson#5: The blessings of adversity are soooo not understood yet. Ask Zardari.
Let’s get more cheesy if you’ve scrolled, skimmed, scrutinized, even spitted on the screen or whatever have done with the above content:
BUS DUUM LAGANAY KI DAIR HAI, QUITE METAPHORICALLY.
Back in the sweet kindergarten days, we used to buck up the best of the best pals by saying XYZ hamara shair hai bus duum laganay ki dair hai (XYZ is our Lion, just the tail is amiss). I dread associating analogies here even if I intend no malice because here we deal with sensitive hearts of a huge fan following of the man that we call as Altaf Hussain. I am inspired even if I don’t like him personally. Reasons? We are just there:
1) I love Karachi University. YES! I do. I dropped out of the uni after one semester in pharmacy department but the bonding with the institution can not be materialized in words. Subsequently, we build affection towards the unseen alumni or at least share a sense of fondness for them. Altaf Hussain was also a Bachelor in Pharmacy from KU. Enough said even if doesn’t make sense to you.
2) Go back to point# 3 in Zardari’ s section if I am not asking much. Here the case is stronger, actually wayy more stronger. He is a true leader regardless of wherever he does/may lead. Gosh! I need to go back to high school.
3) You see I am being quite careful and keeping it shorter while writing about him unlike the above matter. You better get the hint.=P I bet we can get more pronounced response if anyone commits blasphemy against this man. No mercy!
4) The love for culture and music that he displays is another plausible thing. The songs, the chants we hear are creative to say the least. Even if saaathi ♫ ‘s ‘taaan’ chokes you up.
5) The self confidence has always been the key to success. Learn this from him and learn this fast. (:
Done with lame-ofying,
The self proclaimed-politically-incorrect Humorist 😉