Rahul Mookerjee

I can just hear it, my friend. 

"But Indian girls are so, so, beautiful!" 

(what a lot of these people dont say is the picture of the "curves" that are brought up when the topic of "Indian girls" comes up)... 

Which is fine, of course... 

But the eyes are what people really notice, especially for Indian girls, and for some reason, lots love the "kohl" (that black eyeliner??) on their eyes. 

Accentuates the eyes, brings them out... 

Of course, ask my wife "back in the day" when we spoke honestly to each other, you should have seen the GLEAM in her eyes when she saw OTHER girls doing that - either on TV or what not. 

She'd make the "she's cunning!" gesture with her eyes. 

And the eyes would GLEAM. 

"Chandalika Mata", she'd go, half mockingly. 

Now, Mata means "Mother" in hindi. 

"Chandalika"? I've no idea. 

I googled it, and I've found Goddesses - dancers - enchantresses - and so forth. 

I have no idea who she is, maybe one of the numerous Indian Goddesses, maybe a dancer with eyes like that, I dont know, but to me, that look was never popular, never will be. 

For women, I've always focused on the NATURAL look above all. 

And other than Carol, I Dont know any girl who could do the "look at HER!" gleam-she's so CUNNING- look better than my wife, hehe. 

look at carol do it, you'd think she was my wife. Hehe. 

anyway ... 

Maybe that was the point, or her point... 

She couldn't stand you know who, wife obviously couldn't stand you know who either. 

Anyway, yours truly "in the middle" once ended up mentioning a girlfriend (a Vietnamese American businessman's) while he was climbing up the hill with his wife. 

Quite a foot in the mouth moment that, except because I didnt speak Mandarin, and the wife wasn't that good in English, and the dude was "boudit", it did not really matter. Hehe. 

Not so much with my buddy from the MArines and HIS girl, who put HIM in the doghouse, quite literally for hanging out with me after I made the comments about "many girlfriends". 

Hey, I was just being honest, Chuck's girl had the same reaction, but Chuck to his credit did NOT get put in the doghouse, and said it upfront i.e. it's his life, who are YOU to judge him. 

Hehe. 

Always one for giving credit when it's due, am I! 

Anyway ............ I dont know why I dont like it? 

Maybe an ex's fascination with getting my very bushy eyebrows waxed (ugh) did it. 

Women in general have loved to do two things with me, one, love my hair, and two, wax my hairy eyebrows. 

Bushy. 

Big time. 

I dont mind the former, I love it. 

The latter,it's the opposite of I love it. 

Wild horses and thunderbolt beer couldn't drag me there, yet the ex did. 

Maybe its the fact a faggot did my eyebrows there - literally. 

Except I coldn't really tell he was that, I got a bit of a feeling, but thats all. 

So he was alright, actually... 

Maybe its the fact that actual faggotty sorts like Glyn LOVE to get it done. Ugh. 

But whatever it is. 

I've no idea why I wanted to share that bit, my friend. 

But I have now. 

Out for now, 

Best, 

Rahul Mookerjee

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Wednesday, 17 November 2021 08:07

"You are foreigner everywhere!"

Madam Carol, yes, HER - she made that statement about me once. 

I believe it was talking about drunk driving or something in china, where it's a very serious offence (it SHOULD BE!) - and no amount of peddlng, cajoling, or under the table can get you off the hook regardless of your societal status, or financial status, or whatever, which isn't always the case in some other Asian nations. (China for the past 10 or so years has managed to eradicate most of the corruption people deal with on a day to day level, which believe me, given how it was in 80's and 90's is mammoth and real progress for any Asian nation)). 

"in your country, maybe"... she went .

She was saying MAYBE you could "sort of" get away with it in your country i.e. my country "whichever that might be". 

Then the conversation shifted to being a foreign ? in the PRC. 

Thats nothing ,I laughed. 

I have the same thing when I go to India, or Spain, or any other place! 

And it's true. 

Think its different back Stateside? 

Nah. 

Im most at home there, but the "ephermeal" feeling upon seeing me, and me seeing others (most commonly happens when I see men with mustaches and big pot bellies, hehe or not) .. it happens. 

Picture this, me walking down the road, without a care int he world, literally, happiness RADIATING OFF me, then THAT sort of nod, and look - and .. .smile "that insane smile, looks like God knows why he's so happy, what he's thinking!" ... often to people you dont even know!

I dont know if you understand, but it happens!

And its THAT which causes people to classify me as what Carol said above. Hehe. 

And it's happened to me with bosses I've liked that that hired me on the spot, friends, and everything .. 

First impressions, I dont know ... 

And the men with mustaches thing? 

I dont know, certainly not because of what Mom said once about a certain Indian movie star in the 90's when I was little, Jackie Shroff. 

HE's so manly!

I remember that comment till this date. 

He did not seem particularly that - or not - to me!

But then again, as Dad said. 

"One of those comments she will never live down". 

Hehe 

Indeed. 

I dont know, another guy - I liked both, actually "Anil Kapoor", always had a mustache, so I asked my father curiously if he looked tough or manly or what not. 

"He's always seemed rather stupid" was his response (he meant the look). 

I dont know. 

Didnt seem that to me, I loved them both, but the epitome of manliness to me growing up, well, we've been over that plenty of times!

Hehe. 

Till this date. 

Pity the 90's are done gone, real times, but they'll return... 

Anyway ... 

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Best, 

Rahul Mookerjee

I dont know how to explain this, maybe I do!

Carrying on from the last email I sent on this, I just looked out the window, saw a family - two, in fact, trying to figure out how to fit their cars past each other on a narrow road or something. 

Neither one of them would back up, of course. 

And their whole families showed up, with the "hot and bothered" expression on their faces, you know, the "how dare you do this to us" expression - but when you probe deeper beyond that superficial expression, it doesnt come because they dont like the entire world so much as it does their unhappiness with their own lives and dissatisfaction secretly thinking about "what might have been" (and of course, if I bring up, they'll find a perfect reason and excuse to badge me about "being an idiot") Hehe. 

HA!

"I can't see myself like that", I caught myself saying. 

I dont know why I was saying that - actually I do. I was thinking about life, and my life, and my results. 

I could NEVER see myself like that. 

PERIOD! 

And my phat phocker days, my friend - trust me - all cam after I got married. 

No, I ain't blaming my wife for it either. 

She's an excellent cook, and I'm a glutton par excellence. Hehe. 

But the fact is this, it wasn't the food that made me fat. 

The beer, yes, but remember, this is from the Eat More - Weigh Less guy!

But yes, liqor and too much rich food will do it, but it was mainly LESS of the RIGHT form of exercise (though believe it or not, I still did pull-ups and handstand pushups at that weight, my 500 pushup workout scame then! No wonder although I was and call myselfl a phat phocker those days, people call me "thick" and "not fat" when they see those pictures!). 

For my daughter, of course, Papas size or lack thereof has always been a standing, running joke. Hehe. 

But mainly, it's something most people dont notice. 

Carol did in 2015, after that trip we took where she literally gained like 5 kgs - without eating anything more than she normally does, and running around a lot. 

Doesnt just happen to women, friend, happens to men too. 

I dont know why, but every time I've been in any sort of committed relationship, usually live in, I tend to bloat - and pack on the pounds. 

That LEAN AND MEAN LOOK - I mean, a lot of actors, most notably Akshay Kumar from India in the 90's - just HAD IT!

Natural, lean, MEAN - like a jungle fighter!

He had the LOOK in his eyes!

Then he did what he had to make money, greased body, bodybuilding pecs and so forth - which is fine. I get it!

Then he got married. 

And now, despite being admirably fit at his age - fifty plus - he aint got the look. 

Dont get me wrong. 

Dude's a top class martial artist that could likely kick my ass from here to Thailand. 

He can still do the kicks etc.  

But he's not the guy who this 13 year old once (or, once upon a time 13 year old, though it seems I'll always been 13, and like Helen said, make them feel like a teenager and young again!) .. took a picture of him to the barber, wanting that sort of hairstyle. 

Hehe. 

My daughter wants it too - my style NOW. Hehe. 

True carbon copy - truly a chip off the old block, which will stay no matter how much the Bozos around her try to get her to change. 

Can't change the person!

but anyway ... 

Its a look that I've seen actors, martial artists - yo uname it - get - then lose. 

Except Sylvester Stallone, but even then, him in the Cobra movie - my favorite Sly look - I dont know, but given Sly, I'm sure he'd get into that sort of look again if he had to, but his look now, is different. 

Still top class, the ONLY ACTOR out there whose managed to not let the relationships, or lack thereof get to him. 

THE LOOK IN THE EYE!

LEAN, MEAN, TIGER!

FIGHTING MACHINE!

COME GET IT! 

more than that, the STUDLY LOOK. 

The long hair, the natural abs, all of it, there is just something to all of that that I dont know, married life takes away, or even a happy relationship. 

No, I ain't saying nothing against the latter for those who want it. 

Trust me, nothing wrong with that. 

But secretly, most guys - and you reading this know - crave that LOOK. 

That virile, handsome, studly look that makes girls think "bad boy". 

They may not want to be in a relationship with you, like a feminist once told me, but even she told me "I'd likely be the life and soul of the party". 

She said she wouldn't recommend me for marriage to anyone. 

She waited for the tears. 

They never came.

Honey, I never wanted it. Hehe. 

But anyway .............

THAT is what most guys want, period. 

You reading this know it. 

And the two courses that will get you the closest to that sort of shape regardless of the "fat and happy" status you may or may not be at are as follows - 

Advanced Hill Training 

Animal Kingdom Workouts. 

I believe we even have a special offer going on on these two, not sure ... 

As for me, given the choice? 

It wouldn't even BE a choice. 

Hehe. 

"Dad, would you rather choose drinking beer or climbing hills". 

"Honey, some choices in life cannot be made, thats like asking me if I'd choose breathing or drinking water!" 

Hehe. 

But yeah, if I HAD to choose... 

The HILL!

Above the beer, above the girls, above all, physical training is where it's at pally. 

Bottom line. 

You know it, I know, we all do. 

Come GET some. 

Best, 

Rahul Mookerjee

Sunday, 14 November 2021 05:45

Life to me has always been an adventure...

And I've written tomes about why before!

Bozo Schofield once labeled himself a "fun cuckold" - which of course, you on this list are well familiar with the Bozo and his antics, surely the greatest clown of all time as many of my customers have called him - but he tried to pad it away with the "I'm fun!" moniker (which he isn't - he's a sorry troll basically "living out his fantasies vicariously through yours truly"). 

Right from the "Rahul, how many girls added your wechat today" (I mean geez dude, I dont even take the dumbphone along with me when I workout - and unless she's super hot, I wont interrupt my workout, PERIOD!) - to the numerous rants and flip flops about Charles, and stealing money from all and sundry - all the Schofield Scams he pulled, and such ... none of it was fun to anyone except in the Bozo's mind. 

Now yours truly, that is different. 

If other than down to earth and realistic - other than these two, you'd have to descibe my lifestyle, it would be - in one word - FUN. 

An adventure!

As Charles Mitchell, a great customer of mine once told me. "I wish I could have a nomadic lifestyle like yours!" 

He chose the right word too i.e. nomadic. 

And he didnt fall into the trap of "no stability = no money". 

Often times, thinkers are way ahead of their times. 

I've made no bones about the fact I am, therefore, those sort of customers are what I attract. 

THINKING FOLKS!

And back to adventures... 

(I mean, look, nothing against stability and setting roots down and all that, but imagine a lifestyle where you could truly do what you wanted, travel as your heart desires, get paid anyway - its not the pipe dream most people claim it is - it's very workable provided you work up to it. As I keep telling my daughter "life is meant to be EASY". You grind - to get to the point it's easy! Then you aim for more... 

Ain't no shame in living a high life the easy way, friend. 

Despite what the Tom Tom's tell you about "he never sits in the office!" 

Reminds me of what my Mom once said about one of my Uncles. 

Tenured professor in Texas, obviously not a very high workload beyond a certain point. 

"What does he do all day if he doesnt work", she asked my Dad.  

"He must be helping around the house etc" responded Dad. 

My Mom's tone was censorious, as if it was "wrong" to have to "not slave away". 

For a person whose entire thinking of course is based upon "we have sooooooooooooo many problems", and a person that never herself worked a day in her life, well, what can I say. to each his - or her - own). )

Anyway ........ 

When I returned from china for a brief break. Same thing. 

"That was an adventure. Get back to real life now!" 

Was the gist. (Mom again). 

Huh? 

High life, the money pouring in - lots of gals - EASY life without too much hassle etc - and "its an adventure"? 

Thats how life SHOULD be, mom. 

I dont know if China found me or I found it. 

Jim Thirkill was merely the medium and my experiences over the years with people have proved that beyond a sliver of doubt - which there never was in the first place. Hell, I didnt even accept the first offer they made me!

Anyway ... 

I went to China for something NEW. 

And the money I was getting paid. 

Period. 

I had NO inkling of the adventures, girls etc that awaited!  

PErhaps my Mom and Dad did, so they dissuaded me. Hehe. 

Same thing for my life. 

I asked my "then girlfriend" to live together before getting married - if we did. 

I got the staid, typical, "its not my culture to do that" excuse. 

OK, whatever I figured. 

Lets do this, see if it works out, how it works out. 

The results, or lack thereof, or combo - are well, out there for all to see ... 

Do I regret a minute of anything I've ever done in my life? 

Not in the least, my friend. 

Follow my gut has always been the way for me!

Life SHOULD be fun, interesting, an adventure, when I look at the drudgery of most married couples, and what the women in those relationships tell me - usually in bed - I shudder. 

Ugh .

Not for me. 

Never in a million years! 

Trust me, yours truly would be perfectly happy - and is - being a lone wolf like a lot of my customers are. I've been called that since the age of 17, when I finally got a chance to strike out on my own. 

I'd be perfectly happy to never even be in a relationship with a woman. 

(Note, I'm not saying "not get laid". Thats different!). 

but end of the day, I'm happiest left to my own devices and living with someone no matter how good or bad, how considerate or not - end of the day, just gets old. 

Not to mention I ain't exactly the easiest of persons to live with either ... Hehe. 

Anyway, where I am going with all this. 

Certainly not to tell you about all the women I've bedded. 

But to tell you - this same spirit is what my fitness books are based upon. 

I didnt ask anyone how to do it. 

I ignored all the so called crap advice I got, from so called docs and stuff. 

I did it my way. 

And did I succeed - or not? 

Hell, I'd say spectacularly, so can you!

I worked out a system based upon years of trial and error that just flat out works - for you, me, everyone! 

And then I went one step further - advanced, and put that in my books too! 

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Those that have - KNOW!

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Best

Rahul Mookerjee

I remember my buddy from the Marines once saying the night after a solid beer drinking session, the same night I wrote about to you earlier today about the mock fighting session "monkey style" long levers throwing opponents nigh off base... 

"You can fight like a monkey", Rahul!" he went, and believe me, monkeys can fight - BIG TIME!

And HIT too. 

One thwack from a tiny monkey's paw, most grown men would go down instantly. 

Anyway, he got emotional that night. 

And started crying. 

To me, that was alright.

IT happens, it's happened to me many a times, but "men dont cry", eh. 

"Men dont have emotions":. 

Of course we do. 

Just this societal BS of men should be this, women should be that. 

Admittedly yours truly has steeled himself to a point unconscously that I never get drunk or lose control - even if I'm physically out of it - but that was not always the case. 

And I told my buddy the next day, nothing to be worried about!

Hey. 

I rememeber Dr Lamar for one getting pissed off when I got so drunk I started bawling and crying on a trip to Memphis which started off just fine with me popping beers at the back of the car, and the good Doc handing them to me too!

No-one, myself included knew the emotions would all come out, they did at the most inappropriate times when he was visiting his Mom. 

Dr Lamar and his daughter never got along. 

And his wife - her mom - truly a Nazi feminist of the worst nature that took her to ASHES in a fireplace once when she was 8, big eyed, waiting for her X mas present, and that is what Mom gave her for being a bad girl. 

Thats just cruel, some things just are, as my friend TEMB remarked (as well) when he heard about it. 

Hes right, they just are. 

That night, I remember my girlfriend telling me "honey, my dad is not always an asshole!" 

Coming from a girl who spent the entire time together telling me he was, and the stories, well, I remember the feeling I had when I was 19, standing out there half or totally "out of it" - like WTF. 

Prosaic, eh. 

Anyway ........ 

"I aint' gonna leave you here!" said Dr LAmar, I remember, as I was aimlessly "hiding behind some bushes" or something, just because I was embarassed at that point. 

He's a great guy - was - but the spirit lives on (his wife, can't say the same tho!). 

He was unfortunately also another one of those men for whom "wife is always right", hence Emily's upbringing ... 

And hence the massive fights where she kicked him square in the nuts occasionalyl, where - on that trip to MEmphis, two days later, the two of them yelled at each other like nothing I'd ever seen before, and we were sent packign back home - which I didnt mind. My own apartment, home sweet home! Hehe. And plenty of "beast ice" too. 

(Plus, that was the house in which it was old fashioned in that, kinda like my own upbringing "sex is horrible, and not meant to be done anywhere near openly", so even sleeping together in the same bedroom was not on. 

The ex gabbled about "its so romantic, like we're dating all over again baby" - your truly Lothario was thinking something quite the opposite. Hehe).

Anyway, crying. 

Happens to the best of us. 

Happened to me in a company get together once of all things if you can believe it, and my wife, some of the people there etc were pissed. 

Hey. 

It's happened to the BEST OF US!

The best of us are the ones that let it all hang out, wear our hearts on our sleeves, but this whole nonsense of men not having emotions etc, it's all utter baloney to me at any rate. 

My friend for one is bigger, stronger and tougher than I am and could probably take down three of me at the same time. 

Yet, emotionally. ... 

Sometimes, you just gotta be there for the other person. I was that night for him ...

Anyway, yet more recollections. Nov 11 seems to be that sort of day!

Best, 

Rahul Mookerjee

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PS #2 - Ive often wondered why people got pissed when all I was doing was "crying". 

I wasnt'. Hehe. 

I was also sayng it like it was, if it was just Glyn's sissydom coming to the fore, they'd never have gotten upset. Hehe. 

So be it... 

But that was back in the day, of course... 

Thursday, 11 November 2021 05:40

Is life "online" superficial?

I believe that was what my mom told me, i.e."thats a very superficial existence" - back in 2003 when I told her how I did everything online, etc. 

No reason given, of course. 

"Because she said it". 

Now, despite most of everything else I says - this one? 

I think it DEPENDS - on the PERSON. 

Let me start out with a quote from a girl Helen I often chat with online. 

"Why is that every conversation with you starts out easy, then descends into SUPER SERIOUS stuff I dont even talk about with my husband"? 

Superficial?  

I think not... Hehe. 

Or, the various ladies in various sorts of relationships I've chatted with ... been with ... and so forth ... 

I know, I know. 

"Lothario", as I've been called. Hehe. 

Or, as Helen told me. 

"you're really so bad!" 

Bad boy I've always been, since birth. Hehe. 

Maybe I attracted so many women to me, because I never tried!

Thats the secret right there, except no-one will believe it. 

Anyway, point of this .. 

It DEPENDS. 

These days, we're seeing people trot out the "we like to meet offline" and talk "in person" nonsenseical excuse, now if they really MEANT IT? 

I would agree. 

Trouble is, they dont. 

If you talk to them in a way it benefits THEM? 

They'll talk to you online all day, and never ever want anything offline. 

Try it, and see. Hehe. 

Money, business whatever it is. 

It is the fact that business is down, people are panicked and scared - and many other things that people are not acting normal, and are making all sorts of silly excuses about not getting back to messages, etc. 

Busy? 

These SAME people that are too busy are watching videos on Instagram from morning till night - THAT is what people are really doing (or the Wechat equivalent). 

THAT is what it turning people - into more of a Bozo than ever before (remember, videos, dumbphones- all of this kills your imagination). 

But more than that, back to superficial. 

Is the phone superficial, Mom - I wanted to ask her at the time, but never did. 

Is flirting online superfiicial? 

Is flirting to begin with superficial? 

I dont know why I used flirting as an example, but you can replace it with what you want . . . 

The answer is, NO. 

It depends upon the PERSON. 

True, in most cases for the Bozos out there, meaningless conversation. 

But if everything not in person is superficical, then why not discard the good ole fashioned phone too, where you literally twirled the "lovely" dial and "dialed up people"? 

I'm dating myself, I know. 

But I'm sure YOU guys remember those days!

My grandfather had one of them on his desk, I'd often call my aunt, I dont know, old fashioned, but with the "HMT" watch he gave me, it will always be a prized memory!

Old school, old fashioned I am, but UBER modern too in most regards. 

Therein lies the dichotomy, or perhaps none. 

Hehe. 

I'm just too brutally honest, which is why people cannot stand me - the vast bulk. 

Those that can, dont just stand me - they love me. 

And on that note, I'm out. 

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And remember, these superficial comments come from people who imagine life "to be a grind" and "nothing comes "easy"". 

And so forth ... 

Apparently the easy life is "bad". 

Again, two sides to that coin. 

Nothing comes easy, but the goal should be to work your tail off so it DOES come easy! 

Fact of life, and if you sitting there reading are saying you want a life "we have SOOOOOOOO Many problems!" - as opposed to a hassle free existence, well, I'm sorry to say, but you;re lying. 

OK, out for now!

And that link again!

Best, 

Rahul Mookerjee

Thursday, 11 November 2021 05:27

On the days of dial up internet, and more ... !

Does anyone even remember those days? 

I'm sure a lot of us old timers here on the list do, but not sure about everyone else!

The days where you got "free internet" almost willy nilly from AOL for one ... those lovely CD's you got, hehe, damn near everywhere that you could just pop into your laptop - wait, laptops werent even there in 1998! Hehe - and voila, you were online for a free 30 day period. 

No credit card required, nothing, just a phone line and you were set. It would cost you nothing but what a phone call would ... as you'd dial in locally to a local number!

I still remember lugging up my bulky desktop computer I got second hand from She Bay with a friend "Rujul" (who looked like a dud, wanted to be a stud, hehe, and ended up being a bit of both!) ... five floors up to "Bond hall". 

Pre fitness days, that got me out of breath, big time!

But, many thanks to Bruce Clark and his mom that gave me their address to have it delivered to. Hehe. 

"My mom gets enough spam anyway" he laughed, when I asked him about the promotional mailers etc (remember those days, when you actually, you know, checked a physical mailbox??) that would follow... 

Those still come, by the way!

There's a damn good reason behind it, just as there is a very good reason I offer not just digital versions of my books on the site, but PAPERBACKS - and HARDCOVER TOO! 

Something for everyone, and the latter two really hit home. 

Most of my best customers prefer the latter two!

I feel you, folks. 

But anyway ... digital is great too ... 

I'm the guy they used to laugh, and still do, when I said "it can be done online!" 

Especially my Mom who would make fun of my Southern Accent hehe - and the twang . "awwwnnnline", she'd go. 

I'd laugh back. 

I wonder who is having the last laugh now, hehe. 

Always a visionary and a pioneer, yours truly. 

But anyway (she told me online wsa a very "shallow life" - for a woman that has no friends, has never really stepped out of the house...!) ... 

Those CD's. 

Hehe. 

You could always extend their free service - just call 'em up, and in most cases, their reps would offer it themselves. 

Sometimes, they'd yell at you about "abuse" if the rep was in a bad mood. 

But I cannot recall paying a dime for interent all through college, hehe. 

came back home at the age of 23, got on ... ICQ, I believe it was? Or msn? Or Yahoo Messenger, YES! LOL - the groups, the messages - remember those guys??? with the girlfriend (still in the US) and a two hour long phone call culminated in Dad complaining about phone costs, which at the time in INdia were apparently a thing.  

Shortly thereafter, I got DSL installed, and paid the bill. Hehe. 

When I moved to China, they kept it... 

 I love recollections, friend. 

They're so ... to put it in "girly terms" - romantic!

GREAT FEELING!

And thats why I put out the book on recollections, which really, every serious fitness enthusiast must grab NOW. 

And old is indeed gold, as is evidenced by my training style - and the RESULTS, the sheer results, the CHEST THUMPING RESULTS - that follow!

I'll be back. 

Get you some NOW

Best, 

Rahul Mookerjee

Thursday, 04 November 2021 11:37

I done forgot my manners again ... hehe.

Well, after that last email I sent y'all, a rather long one I believe (short by my eye watering standards though) - I remembered. 

I was going to just put this out as email, somethign made me post it here too. 

But anyway, much like one never forgets to take presents to birthday parties, hehe, one shouldn' forget to wish others happy whatever - even though I might not necessarily "celebrate" any of it myself. 

So, a very happy - and prosperous Diwali to ALL Of you reading - and may 2022 bless you with ... well, whatever your heart may desire - wishes, gold, Bozos, whatever you want, hehe. 

Freedom to all is what I really want to say, I realize all may not agree, but that is my take on it. 

And, while yours truly doesnt celebrate Christmas, Diwali, Chinese New Year, Eid, or any of it - I believe in the Universe, Universal spirit, and I damn well enjoy the holidays. 

And "Glutton Papa" as I keep telling my daughter, hehe, she never fail to crack up "my FAT FIT Papa" she calls me (she LOVES the fat me, and the fit me both hehe) (when she was young, I literally used to hold her on the then burgenoning and humungous tummy, hehe) ... surely does his bit of gluttoning on all festivals. 

come to think of it, I do it damn near every occasion I can. 

Eating up, drinking up, living life kingsize, the only way to do it. 

Daily. 

Along with king size bouts of WORKOUTS!

And, before I forget my manners again - well - Happy Diwali! 

Whether you celebrate it or not ... 

And remember to check out the rewards page too, bro. 

Back soon!

Best, 

Rahul Mookerjee

PS - If there is a discount you WANT, but do not SEE on that page, email me, I'll see what / if I can do about it. 

PS #2 - Daughter is more right than she knows, you CAN be fit - and "fat" at the same time - but you can't. Hehe. 

I dont know if this makes sense? 

But a lot of people with normal body fat - that do 0 Excuses Fitness - are FAR, FAR, fitter, stronger, and healthier than the idiots spouting 12 packs at the gym and pumped pecs, yet, get them to climb a flight of stairs and they drop dead from heart attacks when trying to fix photos on walls. 

Not EVEN kidding you. 

That isn't an excuse to be "Glyn the phat phocker", but I'm just saying, there is a Corrugtated Core, and a healthy core - and an unnaturally waspish NOT healthy one. 

In other words, NOT all about looks. 

But then again, if you're on the list, you know this by now, eh! 

Hehe. 

I truly never heard the end of it. 

Funny part, actually, the NORMAL part - this is how it happens when you truly honestly "forget" - I had the gift all ready and packed. 

I was like 10, I think ... neighbor's birthday party or something a few houses down the block. 

"Anshul" was his name, I believe? 

I dont know how that name popped up in mind, or why - there's probably a reason!

But anyway, I forgot his gift - and remembered when I got there. 

Turned back, but unfortunately, my Mom wasn't at home - door was locked, yours truly did not have the key either. 

So, I had no choice but to walk into the party bare handed. Hehe. 

I apologized to my friend, he could care less. 

"I'm not greedy", I still remember him saying, and I remember feeling dumb - obviously no-one wants to or likes to forget those things. 

My Mom though when I got home, my word. 

You'd think I commiitted a sin of the gravest order, or murdered someone by the way she reacted - for DAYS after the event. 

Including explainining the meaning of the word "etiquette" to me - i.e. you "dont forget presents when going to someone's party!" 

Maybe you dont, Mom ... 

I agree. 

But then again, I REMEMBERED, and would have come back and got the damned thing if the door wasn't locked. 

Happens to the best of us, and I never see women complaining later about the numerous times they forget the keys in the apartment. Hehe. 

That, for some reason has happened to me - sum total of ONe time in my life, and my phone died. 

Luckily Carol was there with me, so I could input the real estate agent's number into her phone, give him a call ... 

He came, pried open the damn lock so easily by jiggling a wire in it I wondered what I paid 100 RMB for. Hehe. 

(And thats a lesson to those of you complainig about book prices and such - expertise COSTS money my friend. That is just how it is! It may or may not be easy for me, but I worked my butt off to get the skills I now teach, I should not even have to explain this shit anymore, but since there are so many Tom Tom's complaining anyway, I explain it anyway! When I'm in a good mood that is, otherwise I just tell these people to basically sod off elsewhere). 

Anyway ... some things, you gotta give kids leeway. 

I never got much, if any growing up. 

I still remember my mom coralling me against three walls, literally cornerning me because I committed the even graver sin of throwing up in a horribly nasty anyway swimming pool, fille dto the brim with folks peeing in it secretly for one - during an afternoon lesson after lunch. 

I mean geez, Mom, I was like what, 3 ? 

Anyway, Bozo apparently lost his keys all the time. 

Though with him, knowing his madness, he probably lost them trying to unlock his hoo haa after dumping bleach down it - or up it, if you get my drift. 

I still cannot believe it, how STUPID some people can be. 

All Trump said was "the virus does a number on the lungs, now if we can maybe get some powerful UV that kills germs in there - you docs figure it out ..." 

And he spoke about disinfecting the lungs. 

Truly, that is all he said. 

And Bozos globally, including a certain Schofield for one ended up in the emergency room for dumping bleach up their hoo has. 

I wonder where Glyn is these days. 

Haven't heard from him in a while - that last trolling he did for Shoulders like Boulders had his name written all over it, though ... 

It's supposedly Diwali in the subcontinent today, hopefully Bozo hasn't shoved firecrackers up his wazoo or something. (last when he was drunk, I remember him posting a video of him - NO KIDDING - with "fireworks hanging out his tail" if you get my drift, and daring others to do it. If you've seen Tik Tok, you'll believe there are folks idiot enough to do these things, Bozo included). 

So glad I ain't on Tok Tok ... 

Anyway ... (Tok being "sour" in Bengali, hehe) ... forgetting presents, and such. 

Good news is, HERE? 

At 0 Excuses Fitness? 

Always a party, my friend, and I NEVER forget to hand out the presents. 

They're all there here anyway!

I view YOU as the invited guest, and do what I can - my best - to make checking out the most fun and comfortable process ever - checking out i.e buying. 

And online makes it all the more easier, of course.

So, to recap - 

It's November now. 

And I've updated the rewards page accordingly - be sure and check it out NOW. 

Some great, great rewards and discounts in the offing, including for Animal Kingdom Workouts, and Battletank Shoulders, two courses it seems nigh EVERYONE wants. 

Back soon!

Best, 

Rahul Mookerjee

Sunday, 24 October 2021 10:10

"What he thinks, what he DOES!"

"Baba, ki bhabe, ki bole, ki kore Tito, oo yi jane" .. .

I can remember an Aunt of mine saying that (Bengali, and if Glyn is reading this, "Babelbhat" ain't it, hehe) about my cousin Tito. 

"What he thinks, what he does, only he knows! was the general drift. 

Given he's the only member of the family that was just like me growing up, as naughty, hiding under the bed flashing torches at a cranky Granny, hehe - and getting ears pulled by the same, hehe - he was me to a T - except 4 years younger. 

I still remember the verbal hammering I got when I accidentally once "injured" him while (mock) sword fighting. 

The way my father hammered me, you'd think I committed bloody murder 

I mean geez Dad I was only like what, around 10 or so at the time, maybe even les!

Much like the hammering I got for DEFENDING myself with a Taekwondo kick right to the knee for a guy in fourth grade who was being an ass. 

I remember the hammering I got. 

Apparently it was all ok for him to do, not me. 

Hey, I'm proud of that till ths day. 

I am equally proud of the GORILLA GRIP I put on someone in the 8th grade - with a WEAK GRIP - yall know th story! - and that guy, a man now, probably remembers the marks on his neck until this day.  (and given the same circumstanes, I'd have NO hesitation in doing it again, regardless of the hammering handed out at home, and no, while I wasnt "beaten with an iron rod" as Dad said, if I was I'd do it double over again. 

NEVER BACK DOWN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)

But anyway, I've no idea if "Tito" is still the same rebel he was growing up, hehe. 

Most of my family makes it a point to not just studiously ignore me, but skirt a very wide line around me - or circle, for which I'm very grateful! 

Hehe. 

I do the same. 

(Oh, and that statement above "what goes on inside that HEAD of yours, only YOU KNOW!" was my Mom's refrain about me, she likely still says that, hehe). 

Curiously enough, the only members of my family who actually liked me and complimented me, are no longer with us on the physical plane. 

Well, two aren't - two are. 

My maternal grandfather (with whom I was the only one brave enough to wak up at 4 am in the morning to go swimming in summer holidays. Even Tito wouldn't make it most of the time, hehe - that LAKE, thank you, SIR!) 

My maternal uncle, who everyone chided for his smoking and drinking habits, yet, look at him until before he passed, you wouldn't guess the battle he waged with lung cancer. 

He had the look of a man who lived life to the fullest, KINGSIZE - as his smokes said!

Man after my own heart. 

The other two are still with us i.e. my maternal Uncle (another one of them) - and my paternal Uncle ("wolf", hehe). 

The latter two kinda like me as well... but we rarely, if ever, speak. Even they have their limits! 

LOL. 

I dont know why I felt compelled to tell you this!

But after 500 rope jumps in a coupla minutes, I gotta tell you THIS TOO. 

Lots of you are not into - so you thnk - Jump rope Mania becuase you either think it's for advanced athletes - or "only boxers" - or "we can't do it" - or some other nonsense. 

Well, I'm here to tell you this. 

Speed is king, my friend - you see that on the Animal Kingdom workouts page, where cantankerous Mickey says it BEST. 

Better than I ever could. 

And it's not workouts done quickly - it's workouts that take up minimum TIME - and deliver max BANG for buck. 

Hindu squats - fit the bill!

But so pushups - so do animal workouts - but most of all? 

JUMPING ROPE!

You can ltierally fit in jumping rope between session of writing - or a quickie before lunch (pun) - or 5 minutes before bed. 

Or, so quick that you're raring to get back going again (as I am to my Lumberjack workouts). 

You'll be nigh soaked in SWEAT too. 

And you'll burn fat like crazy, like never before!

What goes on inside tgat head of mine, eh. 

Hehe. 

Only I know, dats for sure!

BAck soon!

Best, 

Rahul Mookerjee

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