9 Degrees and Counting

It's creeping in through the shoes and curling up our toes. It's coming at us every day and every night, expected yet unexpected. It's surprising us at the most bizarre moments. It's making us feel inadequate, weak, vulnerable and ill-prepared. It's making the breath catch in our throats and the blood freeze in our veins.

So, dear everybody who says that it's never cold in Bombay - guess friggin' what.

Comments

Miss Lunacy said…
I read this just after I've done a post on something similar. Mumbai is COLD!
Rohit Talwar said…
Delhi is so incredibly cold this time - can we please become a cold country? Somehow?
Drenched said…
Hahahaha, it makes me count my blessings now. If Mumbai is cold, I'm glad we haven't had a snowstorm here in the North already. Where is the goddamned global warming when you need it? Hmph.
caapirighter said…
Drenched...all the Global Warming has shifted down south....it is HOT...reaching 30 degrees.
Lucky Mumbai waale!
siropdevanille said…
Hehe! 9 degrees is the minimum right? Hmmm... the monkey caps must be out! I'm in Delhi so... ummmm... suffer both extremes and 9 degrees seems pleasant :P
Art said…
Has the season passed? How it goes busy days?
Nioniel said…
Drenched...if you realise...the friggin cold weather that we're all experiencing IS the result of Global Warming. I'm sure as hell you don't want anymore of that...The next thing you know, our toes will be falling off and our hair breaking like uncooked vermicelli :P

By the way..the weather's equally phukt here in Dubai too :)

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