Monday, April 25, 2011

mind games my mind plays with me

I am totally fascinated...with my mind. I just cant figure out how it works. What I am convinced of is that my brain wiring must have got messed up due to some circuit problem at birth and never got repaired. It keeps getting worse with each passing day. Recent example:


The scene: 3 of us chatting.
Time: between 3:30 - 4 am.
Food for thought (this means some form of midnight snacks without which I cannot function): Leftover pizza+wine+passive smoking

Flowchart representation of my thoughts with reference to context: (split second processing done by my brain)


Friend planning to settle in Kolkata ----> needs house -----> servant----> fulltimer ----> nepali (since we always had extremely hardworking, trustworthy nepalis working for us as household help) -----> dangerous (perceived notion about nepalis) ----> murder -----> khukri (popular nepali knife) ~~~~~~> (brain signals jumbled) ~~~~> nepali servant hemraj murdered (retrieved information from facts stored in memory chip about aarushi murder case)~~~~~> khukri (what if he was murdered with his own khukri) (dont ask why my brain was connecting these words) ~~~ ~~~ ~~~~> what would be the famous last words of Hemraj before he was killed with his own khukri ~~~> ~~~~> @#$%^&*&%#$# (screening of random images - I m a visual person....weird images ALWAYS accompany my thoughts/words) ~~~~~> IMAGE selected: A bleeding Hemraj on the ground....staring at the killer khukri with an 'et tu brute' expression in his eyes ~~~~~> famous last words selected by my brain and assigned to hemraj.......ready for verbal output "

Final verbal output in response to friend's query about finding nepali household help in Kolkata:

"Hemraj ke jodi ore khukri diye khoon kora hoto his last words would be meri khukri mujhise meaowww"

:-( :-( :-(

Current status: Looking for a suitable exchange offer for my brain.
Product description: Mint condition (hardly used). Slightly dysfunctional (what...its a sales pitch you dont except me to tell the truth about the functional bit do you...shhhhh)