Some wise man once said, “Truth is something that never changes… something that is constant…” And we agree to what this person has to say. Truth definitely is not variable. So we are out here discussing something constant. Something that never changes.
So we have this funny habit of logging into our StatCounter account and look for stats of our blog every now and then (if you could allow us to call half an hour as now and then). And as we had stated in some previous posts is the fact that the most hilarious part of the entire procedure is to go through the search keyword list i.e. keywords that people use to search and end up on this blog. Now mind you, that this list keeps changing every day and it has people looking for different things spiritual, technical, and all other sane and insane form of ‘als’. But there are two particular search keywords that are constant… Two keywords that could be related as the eternal truth of Iyer Education– The Blog. We don’t know how… we don’t know why… these two keywords are more inexplicable than some of the popular Night Shyamalan movies. Those two keywords are “wet sarees” and “iyer joke(s)”.
It took some time for us to digest the fact that every single day there is someone looking for ‘wet sarees’ and some other person looking for ‘iyer joke(s)’. There could be more, but these 60 (two per day for a month… assuming that none of them are repeating) are the unlucky ones to have landed up on our blog and thus serve as samples for this particular post. So let us just dissect each of them to bits… something that we love to do ;)
“Ladiejj First” is the basis that we begin with ‘wet sarees’. So what makes people search for wet sarees?
At first, we think of stalwarts like mandakini, zeenat aman and several other south-Indian-late-night-actresses who have branded wet sarees with sensuousness (though we beg to differ on the fat southie heroines) and who need to be re-viewed (yup corporate lingo) in order to ascertain the degree of sensuousness and all other degrees that they manage to raise, which we refrain from discussing on this family blog.
Then, to the wildest of our imagination, there could be people from the research industry, who would be researching on some new form of starch or some new addition to a washing machine, for which they need to figure out gory details of a wet saree, albeit without anyone in them.
This could also include south Indians women owning a large number of nine-yard sarees and needs some form of online help to cut (WET in tamil) them into smaller manageable sizes.
And then there could be another set of horny, corny, porny set of people looking for see-throughs. We think, these are a level above point 1 and we suppose that they need graphic details. So we suggest this set of people to do something called as a “Google Image Search” and save themselves the disgrace of chancing upon this blog.
Warning: If this trend continues for another week, we’d probably have ourselves draped in a wet saree and post it. We might just be able to reduce the number of hits that people look for wet sarees. (Or shall we say, t!ts for wet sarees… cheee… cheee…)
Now coming back to the second search keyword “Iyer joke(s)”. We’d not dissect these set of people or you’ll end up finding mallus looking for iyer jokes, punjus looking for iyer jokes, bongs looking for iyer jokes etc. So instead, we’d rather dissect the concept of “Iyer Joke(s)” itself. So what would fall under the category of an Iyer Joke, that people are looking for, on a daily basis?
A tam-bram having roti, makhni daal and palak paneer instead of thair saadam should rank up there among iyer jokes.
All the iyers making out with all the iyengars in the name of world peace could be a joke worth laughing your guts out.
And finally, yours truly could be one walking roaming (chalta phirta) eggjample of a wonderful iyer joke gone horribly wrong.
After all this hullabaloo, we think we are really close to implementing the statements made in the warning and the day shouldn’t be very far when we find a search keyword that goes “Iyer in a wet saree Joke”. Lets see how many people go for it and take the risk of their life…