Scrabbling for words
A selection of my
humour pieces …
The waiter then asked us
a question that would change our lives forever.
‘Would you like that
with fries or paella?’
- The Multi-Legged Nature of Paella, BTW, January 2008
If there is one woman who
strikes terror into the hearts of Indian men worldwide, apart from their mother-in-law, it is the maid.
- Maid to Order, Windows & Aisles, November 2007
first phase of writer's block lasted between the ages of five and fifteen, at the culmination of which I realized that the
exam papers on my desk were for me to write in, and accordingly I scribbled a few dull verses to fill up the blank sheets.
The Writer's Conversations with God, Absolute Write, April 2004
head was immediately filled to the brim with thoughts of penning a best-selling novel, and winning the Booker, Pulitzer and
other prestigious prizes, and finding a place in People magazine’s '50 Most Beautiful People Of The World.' But I soon
gathered my wits together and realized that achieving so much fame and fortune so quickly might well unsettle my friends and
family. So I opted to set my sights lower and start with an article instead.
- The Novice Humorist, Absolute Write, 16th June 2003
Writer’s Showcase, Short-Humour.org.uk, August 2006