16 June 2013

Curious minds want to know….

To all those friends of mine declaring their husbands or dads as “Best Dad Ever”, I have a need to understand what control experiments did you run to assert the above comparative declarative conclusion. πŸ™‚ (Give me a couple of seconds as I take cover from the brickbats πŸ™‚ )

Posted June 16, 2013 by Rajib Roy in category "Humor


  1. By Rajib Roy on

    Watch out Kelly! I can get you into trouble by pointing to Sunjay and your dad and then ask you to reassert who is the best dad ever πŸ™‚ (Helmet back on again πŸ™‚ )

  2. By Sudipto Ghose on

    Well it won’t be too long before you get the plaque, saying “curious dad”, the picture may look like curious George πŸ™‚

  3. By Kuntal Sengupta on

    The catch is, they are the “Best dad ever” to the person concerned, which usually is a sample set of 1 (mostly, unless there is a ambiguity, which do happen when mommies are upto no good ;)…Just like what I heard when I lived in COlumbus, Ohio..A guy named Archie Grifin (famous footballer) used to come on TV and say ..”I have what no one else in the world has, a degree from tOSU with MY name on it” πŸ˜‰

  4. By Shelly Semrad on

    Well, you see, it’s all perspective. The stirring of the pot that you are well known for might well be one of the things that makes you, in their opinion, the best dad ever. See? That’s how it works. Merely subjective declarative. πŸ™‚

  5. By Anushree Mukhopadhyay on

    Bujhlam tor curiosity r katha. Tar mane ki ei je tui tor meyeder ke best daughters and bou ke best wife bolbi na? Until and unless u run ur control experiments to assert it. Amader to jana nei.Tui kore janas. Amrao korbo

  6. By Damon Duncan on

    Well Rajib in my case my wife might say that I care for and provide for my step-daughter as if she were my own.


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