14 myths about love/sex that pop culture feeds us...
Show: Outlander Artist(s): Bear McCreary (composer); Raya Yarbrough (singer) Song: The Skye Boat Song I used to watch "Outlander" but stopped precisely at Ep.10 Season-1; those "sex scenes" were too steamy to handle for my daal-pissing loins (sorry if you're grossed out). However, the perfect part of the series to me (except the romps between Claire … Continue reading Fantastic TV theme songs that deserve your ear
A red door This red door is the front door of Durpin Gompa, Kalimpong. When we visited the place (just before sunset), it was already closed. But the luminosity, the intricate detailing of the design-pattern and the mystery that every closed-and-massive door brings forth, gave me a nudge to click few pictures of it. … Continue reading 10 random things that made me happy last week
Recently, I came upon a term "Aboulomania". Aboulomania might sound eerie at first but in other words, this is indecisiveness that is both pathological, extreme and can easily be termed as a mental disorder. Now as far as I can rewind my life in retrospect--- I had always been indecisive. Not "Should I go for … Continue reading Is indecisiveness a disorder? (and the ways to tackle it)
Photo by Thought Catalog on UnsplashAs the potato-chips jingle once crooned "No-one can eat just one", so should be the Ted-Ed theme song ( if ever they have any). 'Cause, I bet you can't stop at one. They are hella compelling. To hell with Netflix and HBO series, these days … Continue reading 5 Outstanding Ted-Ed Videos To Make You Little Wiser
I am a self-confessed art-illiterate. Now, Wiki Art is making me fall in love with art for the first time in my life. Now I am learning a little bit about genre, schools, era every day. Here, the 5 paintings I’m lately digging through the collection of Wiki Art. Painting: Las Meninas (Ladies-in-Waiting) Artist: … Continue reading 5 Paintings I’m Crushing On Lately
Do you know something exciting happening in Twitter right now? Women are describing themselves as the feminine gender is depicted by male authors. It sparked off by YA author Gwen Katz and snowballed into something bigger, brilliant and funniest ‘thing’ I’ve read in months. It triggered me to discuss words/idioms that popularly describe (read: … Continue reading 5 ‘women-centric’ terms I’m obsessing over, right now