Thursday, September 17, 2009

It's a bird . . . It's a plane . . . No, it's Twitter-gate!!!



Leader of the freemasons, currently masquerading as Lok Sabha MP Shashi Tharoor (INC-Twittervantupuram) , who leaves clues for Robert Langdon on the internets,  has offended 'cows' because he dared to infer that they would enjoy the indignity of travelling by Indian Airlines' Economy class. The cows have all gone on mass sick leave, in protest.

Now since all the 'journalists' will be talking about this 'important' issue for the next week or so, here is the sequence of events for you to keep in mind while wasting away your life in front of the teevee:

United Nations operative 'Skeletor' Shashi Tharoor, used his secret weapon '@shashitharor' to make fun and challenge the authority of 'The Sorceress' living inside 10 Janpath Castle Greyskull. He embarrassed the both the sorceress and Prince Adam by daring to make light of their totally sincere attempt at austerity.

This angered both the sorceress and the young prince, who then decided to take charge and set the record straight. So they sent 'Man-at-arms' Jayanti Natrajan (who causes millions of children to cry everytime she appears on teevee) to defend them by huffing and puffing while talking to fellow human & TV anchor Evil-Lyn. They could not send He-Man because he had just been laid off due to the recession. He is now busy writing a book about Jinnah.

However, since by then the cat was out of the bag and all hell had broken loose, even all the king's horses and all the king's men could not put humpty-dumpty together.

The End

p.s. The links are NSFW because of horrible pun porn. 

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe [Wikipedia]
Tharoor in tweetle-class trouble [
Cong slams Tharoor's (t)wits on cattle class [
Rahul Gandhi’s flying visit to Tamil Nadu cost over Rs.1 crore [
The Hindu]


Anonymous said...

he he excellent...
its dark humor...

ess said...

A He-Man reference? Is nothing sacred anymore?

Actually, it's not so bad. The animation and stories were crap to begin with anyway.

A rebel all the way... said...

lolzzz... usual...

Over Rated said...

@RSV: Thank you!!

@Ess: I think He-Man was the only cartoon I coherently remember. The other was tom & jerry! And yeah, even though the whole He-Man series was sort of camp, it was also sort of enjoyable!!

@Rebel: Hehe . . Thanks!!