Sunday, September 02, 2007

Anshuman


My Darling Husband that I love so much!!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

We learnt at school that the words 'that'and 'which'are used for inanimate things,situations etc.and 'whom'for human beings.Sounds very odd that it has become very common to refer to human beings with a 'that'!

Waise you write very well...haven't written about Ninna for a long time!!

Parul Gahlot said...

who you?

Ady said...

Has to be the Guzzler...no one else can imitate an English ki Masterni so well!!

Gazal said...

firstly....let me offer the comment

'is this an artist's impression or a wife's ????'or an arty wifes !!....

i hope anshuman has given his approval for him being projected in a vest....ha ha !!!

would like to clarify to the commenter above that every anonymous comment shouldn't be 'thopoed' on to me !!!!
valid correction as per the queens grammar....but what the hell...this is blog land....go ahead parul you have an english teachers permission to s**** up the language!!!!

anshuman kishore said...

Now I am convinced thet anonymous is in fact anonymausi. you english teacher you...kal ke newspaper ki aur Aaj Tak ki headlines, 'Anonymous ka parda faash! Ek saal se se jis anonymous ki pehchan thi blogs ke comments page pe charcha ka vishay, usi anonymous ka nakab utra.

Coming back to the topic of correct grammar, husbands do become inanimate objects after a few years of marriage..I could be a sofa or a cushion for that matter, just that my darling wife is more attached to the sofas and the cushions.

Parul Gahlot said...

Actually I don't like the sofas that much. May be we should change them Darling.

Anonymous said...

The general feeling is that after a few years wives become like permanent fixtures.Hearing it for the first time from a husband!

All the comments that are posted under 'mausi'need not be from her.

Parul Gahlot said...

Dear Anonymous

Whoever you may be Please reveal your identity or kindly refrain from leaving comments. I would really appreciate it. I so don't like the suspense.

Anonymous said...

I am so very sure it's me dahling mother! :) The tone so reminds me of the grief given to me over my 'hai baap re' sms grammar! hehe.. Tussi lagay raho! Cheers- Bukul