Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Mojito

Here's the definition of Mojito from Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mojito

An extract:
"Mojito (pronounced IPA: [məˈhiː.toʊ] (English) [mo'xi.to] (Spanish)) is a traditional Cuban cocktail which became popular in the United States during the late 1980s, and has recently seen a resurgence in popularity."

Ok. Why am I writing about this drink now? Keep guessing!

I had an interesting conversation this morning. I knew she wasn't married yet - at least until the last week or so. That made it surprising to know her new relationship status - "committed." I asked her what's up, and congratulated her.

Well, she said she is not "committed." She said she was getting a lot of "requests" and was getting "pretty pissed off" about them. Now with her new status, she is still getting "requests", but she said she can handle these. I asked why she did not choose her status as "Married". Hmmm, she thought about it, and seemed like that was too much for her. Anyway, it looked like she was happier now - she was still getting "requests", but she could handle them. Is that what she wanted??!! Just kidding, I don't think so.

Do you know some one very cute and so sweet that she has a hell a lot of friends? Have you started off a conversation with a girl asking if she has any boyfriends? Then followed it up straight away that you don't want to be one?

You didn't know her until then, and in all probability, will never know her beyond that point. In fact, you're not friends, you've have nothing in common and may never meet each other. Then why would you still want to talk to her once every Full-Moon? You know she could always remove you out of her circle, or you might do that yourself just out of getting bored, or neither may happen. Status quo. Does it make any sense? Anyway, it's good to know strangers every now and then, it's been certainly a pleasure knowing this lady. I think that is a plausible explanation to all I said so far.

Well, what do you think?

Ok. Why am I writing about this drink now? It's simply because this girl's name happens to be pronounced almost the same way as the title - Mojito (pronounced [məˈhiː.toʊ] (Spanish)). Wondering if she got her name after the drink?!! Comon, don't kick me now! Haha!

Even now, before I started writing this, I told her I'm writing a post on her and will send the URL once it's done. She started asking what do I know about her that I'm going to write about her. I said, keep guessing. Then, she kept guessing all she could think of. I said, "you can't guess, I can say that". She continued...and I kept saying, "Keep guessing!"

It was fun writing this post just for the fact that she kept guessing all the while I was writing it - this little nothing about nothing, really!!! I'm loving it! :-)
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