Freekick

Humour column at Yentha.com.

Detective Sherlock Remakant

One morning Sukumaran was dismissed. Without any rhyme or reason. The ex-security guard was clueless when I met him at his home. “This is unfair, sir. I did my duty. All the principal wanted me to do was to stop the students who were suspended from the college at the gate and send them back. I obeyed him and see what I got in return! I ended up with both the students and the authorities hating me.” “Do you drink … Continue reading

Ladies with the Lamps

“So, you say that the present Government is not moving even its tiny finger to fight inflation and price hike, eh?” I asked the women. “They do nothing.  Irresponsible guys,” I smiled as they fumed. Then they turned to me in one sweep. “What do YOU do in your life? You know the price of onion now?” “What!” I was caught unawares at the sudden and unexpected turn, midcourse.   “Tell me. Do you know the price of onion?” “Chechi, … Continue reading

Freekick: World’s Scariest Secret Service Organization

“Are you in secret service?” I asked Chang who was our friend, guide and philosopher in our Bhutan journey. The question startled him so much that some doma (arecanut and betel leaves) he was chewing squirted out from his mouth, down his chin. He wiped it with the back of his hand and turned to me: “Me?” I nodded my head. “Secret service?” “Yeah,” I replied. “Why? What made you think so?” His narrow eyes went narrower, now almost became … Continue reading

A Note from a Callous Husband On His Wedding Anniversary

The husband. The wife. Today is their 16th Wedding Anniversary. I admit that I have been been a cruel husband all my life, but for a reason. Call me ruthless! You are not going anywhere. Manu chetta, I must go home. When a woman is married off she must find her home with her husband. But I must see my parents. When a woman is married off she must find her parents in her husbands’. How can you be so … Continue reading