Author Archives: Che

The Billi Diaries III: Gender Bender

So a couple a months passed and I resigned myself to the fact the Silver will forever be known as Billi. Not that I gave up easily. I still used to call her Silver and pretended that she responded to it, when at most I would get a twitch of the tip of the tail out of her as an acknowledgement of my existence in her world. So life with Billi, I mean Silver, was great. Everyday I would come home from office and find Continue reading →

The Billi Diaries II: Suzy to Silver to Billi

The Billi Diaries were slightly delayed due to interruptions like the World’s Costliest and Loudest Music Festival and the World’s Costliest and Loudest Festival. More on those two later. For now let’s get back to the unbilliable mistake I made. There are terrible, terrible puns in store for you if you proceed further, you have been warned. Life with Suzy wasn’t easy. She just wouldn’t listen! Before you start pointing out the obvious that cat’s don’t listen to blah blah blah….hold on, I was a Continue reading →

OCTSD revisited: The worst purchase of my life ever

Remember OCTSD? Well after being seemingly free of it for a long while, it struck back with a vengeance a little over 2 years back. And I am still recovering from it. For those of you who can bother going through by previous posts to find out wtf is OCTSD, it stands for Obsessive Compulsive Terrible Shopping Disorder, a rare incurable affliction that has seen me hoard tons of things I will never use. It was just another normal day in the August of 2010. I still Continue reading →

Deja Che

I don’t remember saying “I’ll be back” but, hey, here I am. How long has it been? Three years? How many of you have died since then? I hope not many as I would like to have some comments here and there. It is a surprise that I can still string together coherent sentences. Not that it matters, you lot aren’t the sharpest tools out there any way. So what’s in it for you? Well it is a new, improved, deluxe version of Che’s life Continue reading →