Cattitude

Pets are the sweet distraction from the daily life’s hustle bustle .. paws
As any cat owner—or even someone who’s seen a cat—knows, it can only be realised when they would be no more in your life..
Sasha to  Pookie now… 
I still remember her first day when we siblings were actually scared of losing her as Papa was not a pet person.. especially cats .. lol.. yes I use the word “specially cats” especially .. well let us leave it behind.. that’s another story will share some other good day 😀

cats are mostly famous for their Cattitude .. but that’s not all actually they got.. They can be many things.. simultaneously… you can experience … flattering, being playful, the stance-goddess, scratchy-monsters, greedy-lover, felicitous purr. These all are the flavours of joy you can enjoy and can feel deeply attached to your pet this attachment will linger on keep you intact with the feelings in this robotic life

Should I say modern taleem e balighan or Bananistan..!!

imageI will prefer giving Bananistan resembles a famous theatre of all time and calling it as Modern taleem e balighan.
Bananistan is a complete laughter riot one can’t resist.
I myself is the victim of Kopycats‘ deliverance the way they keep you involved, laugher jolts which will give you sustained memories.
Every character was allied ideally incomparable. A stinging satire excellently was written, a flawless lampoon of Pakistani politics.
Heartening to have a new paradigm of theatre art in our country.
All boiled down it’s a must see, a series of bon-mot you will rue missing it out.
P.s. Waiting “Abhi say” for Saray 14 August.

Deadly but I know you will find it adorable.. <3

Not any Encyclopedia is a complete guide for men I must add “as for now” it gives a pint-sized hope to be glad on. 😉

Meanwhile, men still can’t summaries women mutiny and the lucidities behind it, I have rather genuinely relatable lexes which will help you guys and for girls don’t get troubled its” to make us laugh” on our own little jokes.
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So here we go..
 Fine

This is the word women use to end an argument when they are right and you need to shut up.

Two Minutes

If she is getting dressed, this means a half an hour. Two minutes is only 2 minutes if you have just been given five more minutes to watch the game before helping around the house.

Nothing

This is the calm before the storm.(so don’t keep calm and just watch the show) This means something, and you should be on your toes. Arguments that begin with nothing usually end in fine.

Go Ahead

This is a dare, not permission. Don’t Do It!

Loud Sigh or a verbal WOW

This is actually a word, but is a non-verbal statement often misunderstood by men. A loud sigh means she thinks you are an idiot and wonders why she is wasting her time standing here and arguing with you about nothing. (Refer back to # 3 for the meaning of nothing.)

That’s Okay

This is one of the most treacherous statements a women can make to a man. That’s okay means she wants to think long and hard before deciding how and when you will pay for your mistake.

Thanks

A woman is thanking you, do not question, or faint. Just say you’re welcome. (I want to add in a clause here – This is true, unless she says ‘Thanks a lot’ – that is PURE sarcasm and she is not thanking you at all. DO NOT say “you’re welcome” . that will bring on a ‘whatever’).
Whatever

It’s a woman’s way of saying “screw you” (because a lady can’t be more unmannerly)

Don’t know…

It’s the indication to let you know that she knows it all but still wants a confession so simply communicate in her way or take highway

Don’t worry about it, I got it

it is another dangerous statement, meaning there is something that a woman has told a man to do several times, but is now doing it herself.

This will later result in a man asking ‘What’s wrong?’ For the woman’s response refer to which you must have known by now and if not then I must say Nothing. 😀

2016 be My Kallos

January 17, 2016

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This year, I want to be able to set aside time for myself and make things rejuvenated . Now at first, that might sound like an odd resolution but I had the opportunity to take a calligraphy class & to be more creative in 2016.

Let me start by saying that taking a calligraphy class has been on my to-do list, my wish list, my bucket list, whatever list it was – learning calligraphy was on it. I’m so happy I was able to take a step forward towards a Calligraphy class this year. Why exactly calligraphy ? Well foremost of all, yes – some chow for the right sided head a bit vivid, knack which is intuitive and make me more passionate in the interim leaves everything stress free and enjoyable.

The best part about learning some new art or in my case the art of calligraphy is…. it gives you that exploring instinct for instance  searching for all of the necessary supplies. How great is that?? going to your local craft store in search of items you have no idea what you’re looking for.  you get all the details about what’s what and what everything is used for… pens, nibs, ink, and even paper! You can’t get more detailed than that! I always thought calligraphy was going to be intimidating or may be nerve wrecking at times because of how hard it looks and how effortless professional calligraphers make it seem.

This was not the case at all. More likely it was Oh My God I Suck At This

the expression of  jeopardy…

but thanks heaven I’m doing impressive trend i always wanted to do …

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In this hyper era of techno gadgets penmanship and hand writing art becoming very stumpy.

-Fennel Hudson’s citation is so much inspiring for me at times as he says ..

“I take pride in using fountain pens. They represent craftsmanship and a love of writing. Biros, on the other hand, represent the throwaway culture of modern society, which exists on microwave ready-meals and instant coffee.”

Hope you find your creative-imaginative side too and endeavor this year.. !! 

Here’s a little sneak peek of my practice..

 

Three things cannot be retrieved…

“Three things cannot be retrieved: the arrow once sped from the bow: the word spoken in hast; the missed opportunity.”
– Hazrat Ali

Being a Karachi University business graduate while seeing the post buzzing all over social media Ayyan Ali visiting public administration department (DPA) as an proletarian guest for the inauguration of a canteen thieving me inside to give my insight about it. After all pen is mightier than sword or should I say in more to Americanized way that we still believe in freedom of speech 😉
ayyanBy now must be in awe why the title is so off track, what’s the pointof discussing pseudo liberals under the shadow of that reverent saying …

You pals need to hold your horses as my thinking tank is on board.

The decision of calling a pin-up as a central carcass shows the immaturity of the organizers show there hunger for paparazzi at times recreational activity can either be cost effective or even culpable.

a few mind jolting questions whispering There has to be some jurisdiction over KU neither KU necessitate KYC for its visitors. Inviting Ayyan Ali as a guest of honour to a café inauguration is like inviting a sanctimonious to a jamboree.

On contrary my choice could have been selecting our First Master Chef of Pakistan, a better genre which could have publicized enhanced perception and logically acceptable perspectives …

As the arrow has sped from the bow and cannot be retrieved. Archery has its cleaver ways and now consequences of grime on the institute need to abide.

The word spoken in hast;

While seeing that people bashing about it all around with swiftness as if this misdemeanor is etched in your mind forever. Though within a second we all indulge in our bitter-sweet symphonies.

The missed opportunity of being not a part of a Grandfie at the same time as deception is so intruded that fail to spot where it leads.

Fighting fit none asking for suggestions here but surely at these instant owners of “chips & dips”, as young aspirants experiencing life and its ignominy.

Chao .. 🙂

The Lady 24/7

 

Since we are the children who believe in fairy tales as we grew up seeing them.

I know its not just me who thinks that my mother is my Fairy God  🙂
 but yes my mom is my fairy god mother.. All I know that what I’m today is cause of her. If she wasn’t there I won’t be what I’m today. I can say by now that many events in which only because of her encouragement I have succeeded.
The lady 24/7 on no account impede, despite the consequences of her own intricacy.
The epic moment that had happened instead of me cooking breakfast for her today (as what I have planned) … I’m the one who’s carrying a sandwich while leaving for work.  LOL..  😀

Thank You Martha for being my Mom ❤

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P.S.  I don’t say that mother is the only parent who does most. In my case father is also a daughter’s confidant. But as it’s a Mother’s day share so lets keep it this way..

TRUCK ART

ImagePakistan is a country known for its home-grown art, culture and heritage. Just like the signboards paintings and calligraphy on walls of legendry sites, there is another native form of art known around the globe but performed in Pakistan is truck art. Eye popping landscapes, colorful floral patterns, beads, portraits of national heroes, famous actresses of Pakistan and India, poetic and calligraphic poetry and religious verses are painted on transport trucks, which take goods from city to city mostly or used as public transport. These highly adorned vehicles are moving art miracles and known for their beauty around the world. Truck art is considered rightly as a part of Pakistani transport custom and expression of traditional culture of Pakistan. But now it’s not just the part of our transport region also getting in to the different Varity of home accessories and gift items.

The combinination of local materials and local workmanship to promote a modern international standard. It has been a source of pleasure and inspiration for them to be a part of this journey which has brought them to our current modest position in the industry.

The surprising tradition of truck art started in the midst of 1920s and has its roots in the days of British Raj when craftsmen used to make glorious horse carriages. The Kohistan Bus Company asked Ustad Elahi Buksh, who was an unusual craftsman in 1920s, to paint and decorate the buses of its company for grabbing the passenger’s attention. Elahi Baksh hired artists from Chiniot (town of Punjab), who had already worked during Mughal Empire on great temples and palaces of that time. ImageThe trucks and buses at those times were painted and decorated with paint, metal, woodwork and tinsel which were later embellished with lightening system for luminosity at night. When the artists initially started it, they had not the slight idea that it would be transformed into the greatest representational form of art in the country and all over the world.

Truck art carries social impact

Decorating vehicles is a cultural practice for drivers in Pakistan, whether it’s a bus, water tanker or rickshaw. It not only is significant for drivers but also influences others

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This implies that such art has a social impact on people and they do it to convey a message. This impact might elevate awareness among people — especially the illiterate — about significant issues in a simple manner. Many people hope there might even be awards for truck art some day.  

Each city has a signature style

The art of decorating trucks gained popularity during the Afghanistan War when trucks were used to propagate messages.

The truck bodies are immaculately decorated by the street artists who can be found at truck stands in Badami Bagh Lahore, Sariab Road Quetta, Hawkes Bay/Mauripur Road Karachi and Pir Wadhai Rawalpindi.

Artists paint the entire truck in vibrantly coloured patterns. The artwork can even tell you where the truck is coming from. “Every city’s artists have their own signature way. Trucks decorated in Quetta and Peshawar get lots of wood trim whereas those in Rawalpindi get lots of plastic decoration,” said Munawar, a truck painter in Badami Bagh. “Karachi set standards in using reflective tapes known as “chamak patty” in local lingo.
I bias on this local jingle art which is not just spreading counrtywide but also accross the boarders and beyond.
some major designers taking this art seriously and trending it as a new line fashion..
the main stream example is of Gulabo and khaddi ..
music cinematic video of young pakis 4payee..took it as their inspiration…

one can never just get enought of this art.. 😉