New direction

Hello my dear reader.
I know that I've been MIA but it was all worth it. I'm in a great zone and I don't want to leave it. However you already know that I looooove blogging and it has become a passion and an escape. I wish I could be more investigated about it but I can't. I also want to keep blogging for at least a year (see countdown on the sidebar) and I have plenty of ideas for my blog so I'll stay around the blogosphere. And you already know that "once you go blogger, you'll never go back".
The first thing I need to do is to change the name of the blog. I don't personally think that it is unboring you daily with new contents (but there are almost 800 posts published). This new direction will probably focus on this crazy world and the crazy people living on it and of course my crazy rambles.
Finally I assure you that I'll keep diversifying the posts and will amusing you.
Cheers and Happy Halloween.

After reading amazing reviews about Paranormal Activity, I knew that I had to watch it. This mockumentary follows a young couple who are tracking a ghost in their house.
Horror movies were my favorites since I was a kid (I'm serious, I could stay up to 4am watching them and not being scared). These past years I stopped watching them because I thought that they were lame and not frightening at all. But Paranormal Activity scared the shit out of me. It's terrifying, creepy, freaky etc... The best part of this movie (worst part of my nightmares) is that everything seems so real. When I left the movie theater, I sat down on a bench to breathe deeply. I also ended up buying a cappucino to calm myself and have some sort of energy.
During the movie I was very empathetic to the girl because I believe in ghosts and actually saw them twice in my life.

According to Wiki, the director only spent 15000$ to make it and since October this masterpiece has made nearly 40 millions.If you want to be scared this Halloween, please forget the bloddy Saw and go watch this.

Have you seen it yet? Do you believe in ghosts? What are your plans for Halloween?
Because of your absense...
...I'm incomplete
...I'm insecure
...I'm scared
...I'm vulnerable
...I'm sad
...I'm lonely
...I'm crying

For you...
...I'll be a better man
...I'll share everything I have
...I'll care about everything
...I'll accept your flaws
...I'll enjoy what you have
...I'll tell you that I love you and will mean it everytime
...I'll smile and laugh



I hate blonde jokes but this one got me LMAO non-stop. Enjoy!

I urgently needed a few days off work, but, I knew the Boss would not allow me to take leave.
I thought that maybe if I acted 'Crazy' then he would tell me to take a few days off.
So I hung upside-down on the ceiling and made funny noises.Justify Full
My co-worker (who's blonde) asked me what I was doing.
I told her that I was pretending to be a light bulb so that the Boss might think I was 'Crazy' and give me a few days off.
A few minutes later the Boss came into the office and asked, 'What in the name of good GOD are you doing?'
I told him I was a light bulb.
He said, 'You are clearly stressed out.' Go home and recuperate for a couple of days.'
I jumped down and walked out of the office...
When my co-worker (the blonde) followed me, the Boss asked her, '..And where do you think you're going?!'

She said, 'I'm going home, too. I can't work in the dark.'

I know this post will cheer up my indian followers. Last night, I went to an indian restaurant called Amol. It was very interesting. My friend absolutely loves indian food and went to pretty much all the indian restaurants in town. I once went to an indian buffet when I was in Montreal and I was shy trying out the foods. Yesterday was a completely different story.

As appetizer, we got a "mixed plate". It was mixed with several indian delicousness such as an indian fried chicken, fried mashed potato with sweet peas, mixed vegetables (also fried). This appetizer was served with 3 different sauces, a very spicy red onions sauce; a medium spicy green sauce and a not spicy black sauce. I loved the colors and the presentation. But I forgot to ask about the ingredients and the names. Sorry!

For the entrees, we had rice with 2 different sauces: Jalfredi sauce and Hariyali sauce. Jalfredi sauce is made with creamy tomato sauce, vegetables, basil and chicken. It was excellent. The Hariyali sauce is made with spinach, curry, spices, chicken. It was also delicious and I think I like that one better. Why? Because the Jalfredi sauce is very similar to an african meal (from Senegal) named "thiou" but the african meal is much better than the Jalfredi. But I liked the fact that these big and different cultures have some cooking similarities. I really enjoyed that lesson.

After this festin, there was no room left for dessert, so we ordered a Mango Lassi drink. I believe that the Lassi is an indian smoothie. It's made with yogurt and mango and some secret indian ingredients. LOL. It was very yummy and had a sour taste.

The best part is we didn't break the bank. The final bill was 39.01$ but since it's the reaturant 9th birthday, every table had a 9$ off so we ended up paying 30.01$ but we had too much fun and the servers were nice and friendly so gave them a lot of tips :)

Tell me about your fun culinary experiences or please recommend me some non-american foods.