Tag Archives: Rohan Naidu

Fire Alarm

robot lady loudmouth screamer hotness turn/on instant lever repeat moaning flustered labour repeat repeat wakeup neighbour noisy naughty lengthy session next-door student angry cession fireman fireman light my fire masters johnson stagefour higher cool-down slowly post-sex silence happy neighbour regain … Continue reading

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Why you must date a programmer

Because she will have you at {Hello World!} and keep you till the final end(). She knows no in betweens (it either runs or it crashes). Because she will tell you exactly what she wants. Like in her programs, she … Continue reading

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Airport Security

In this queue I will always come out ahead of him. I unmesh our fingers—bridge of magpies, piano keys playing “Clair de Lune”— to separate the star-crossed passports spooning in his back pocket. I smile at the officer who at … Continue reading

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Your life with Lisa Ann

She will enter you world riding a pop-up ad: “Lisa Ann wants you to come visit her…” You will go visit her When Ma and Dad are away she will move into your room as fast as 128 Kb/s can … Continue reading

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when blank tiles make a point

we s_ _abble every night and I hate it. twenty years since we held a c_ _dle, sitting by our unfilled c_ _dle. yesterday (our anniversary) I put _arriage on the board which your unforgetting hands turned into mis_arriage. I … Continue reading

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Why I must fall in love with me

Because the only long distance in the relationship will be from this side of the mirror to that one Because our breakup won’t be a cliché “It’s not I, it’s me” is a circular fallacy Because the fates etched on … Continue reading

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