My conversation with a subject:
Me: Could you tell me about the turning points in your life? (in a flirtatious tone cos he has quite a reputation as a lady lover;)
He: Why don't you come down and we can chat.
Me: Geographically not possible. I am in Delhi. (He is in Bombay)
He: Doesn't matter. You can come down with that Little Terrorist guy. (He meant Ashvin Kumar)
Me: Giggle giggle
He: At the age of 14, I got kissed. That was my first turning point. It happened to be a big disappointment. Because the girl who kissed me was a 16-year-old and was a first time kisser too. There was no music. No violins playing. After that I never kissed till I was much older.
I had to keep on laughing till my jaws ached while he guffawed at his own stories. (Painful)
He: Next when I was 16 years old, I was seduced by an older woman of 24 years. She told me she would teach me to please women, for what is most important to a woman is taken for granted by a man. For the next 9 months I was tutored in the art. One day she warned me not to fall in love with her because then I would be history. But of course I did fall in love with her. And even though she did not drop me like a hot potato she did disengage herself gradually. I have never looked back since.
Me: What about something in your career?
He: My whole life I have spent courting, chasing and pleasing a plethora of high achieving women. That's my career.
Me: (Gnashing teeth and laughing at the same time) No, I mean what about when you opened your first restaurant?
In that restaurant of his he had a fixed item that never changed. What was that? A board with the words: 'The management reserves the rights to kiss all pretty girls on the premises'.
I was dying to get off the hook. He wanted to go on. "Don't you want to know more about my life?" "Err...actually next time I can call you for more on your life. Bye..."
He: But you must seduce a 16-year-old. Catch them young between 15 and 21. You will be doing a service to other women out there.
Me: Sure the message will be passed on.