In our school days, we used to have a lot of “height of” jokes (not to speak of Pedro jokes)—-our first forays into adult humor. Or as we in India call it—- “non veg” humor.
Now I am not going to blog about these jokes. I could have though but I have seen that my readers, (the 4 or 5 who visit the blog for the blog’ sake and not because they are searching for something else) do not particularly fancy my musings on salacious topics.
Case in point: the post about the changing chest of Bengali cinema. (2 posts down) As of today, noone has commented on that post. As far as my readers are concerned, that post just does not exist. If you care to browse through my archives, you shall find that my ramblings on the explosive “DPS Dhamaka”or nude dances in Bihari cattle fairs have gone uncommented upon.
And yet the casual surfer who visits my blog through google is frequently looking only for sleaze. “DPS Dhamaka” is the number 1 search term for my blog with “Kamasutra”, “wife swapping in Delhi”, “Shakti Kapoor sex”(yuck yuck and yuck) and “Silk Smitha” following close behind.
Even these people never leave back comments because, very naturally, they are mighty pissed at not having been able to find the video clip they crave or the addresses of “broad-minded” couples in Delhi or pictures of Shakti Kapoor in the buff.
But I have digressed. My topic was : ” Who is the ultimate google geek?”
Google has given birth to a new generation of geeks for whom the world begins and ends with Google. Any question you have—let’s Google it. Get into an argument—if it’s not there on Google you are lying.
But you know you have crossed the line over to the Dark Side of the force, when on your marriage night, with your newly married spouse ensconced in the nuptial bed you reach for your computer, go to Google and type:
“suhagraat, what to do first?”
Yes ladies and gentlemen, that is what a visitor from Pakistan typed into Google and Google, in its infinite wisdom, directed him/her to my humble blog.
This is also why I am becoming reticent in posting on hot, sleazy topics ( for example the Ria Sen Ashmit Patel video tape) it’s a no win situation—-those who crave for spicy stuff do not find what they seek on my blog (and no doubt curse me no end for wasting their time) and those who seek my blog do not like spice of that kind.
What a pity !
(PS: Now that I have used the word “Ria Sen Ashmit Patel” twice , my Google hits are going to go through the roof with people coming to my page and finding out, to their frustration, that they have reached the page of the wrong Bong, one whose tapes, if they should exist, would have sent the viewer into severe traumatic shock)
(PS 2: For my Pakistani friend, I am sorry I could not be of help at a time when you really needed it . I hope you had a pleasant night.)