Single people are single for a reason. They are either hideously ugly, dangerously misinformed about human anatomy or just plain unlucky, among other weirder reasons. For people who’re currently single, which includes me, ironically, I’ve decided to roll out a brand new strategy for attracting members of the opposite sex. Obviously, my advice in The Love Guru hasn’t worked if you’re still single.
I was having this very enlightening conversation with Aravind last night, when we realized that being single isn’t all that bad. By being single:
- We save a lot of money
- We save a lot of time
- We save a lot of energy
- We can ogle at cute/handsome creatures of the opposite sex without that pang of guilt
- We don’t need to be near our cell phones all the time
- We don’t need to worry about getting drunk and puking
- We don’t have any tensions at all, while doing anything!
Looks like an excellent strategy, doesn’t it? Actually, it is! So good is the strategy that The Love Guru actually recommends it for people. Seriously, be single and you’ll live longer. Your gray hair will take a longer time to make their appearance, and you’ll be broke two weeks after you receive your paycheck, instead of one week, if you were seeing/dating/committed to someone. Makes sense, right? 😀
So, mark this day, people. November 11, 2008 – the day on which The Love Guru officially declares that being single is the ‘in’ thing, no puns intended.
Club Singles is available on Orkut for now. The Facebook counterpart will be up and running soon. So, if you’re not single, then read The Dummy’s Guide To Breaking Up, ditch them, become single and join Club Singles!
PS: Free beer and peanuts for the first 30 people who sign up! 😀
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