On Rahul Gandhi’s 42nd birthday, NTMN makes a thrilling revelation. We find out why he will be as young as today even when he is celebrating his birthday on June 19 sixty years later.
While confirming the fact I asked several questions of myself and those in my vicinity:
1. Can Rahul Gandhi truly have ‘eternal youth’ in any form, fashion, shape or disguise? This was tough, but after some thinking, the answer presented itself automatically. Yes! Why else is the Congress still adamantly trying to pass off someone who is now 42, as a “youth-icon”? They have been relentless in their persuasion, and of course, twenty years too late. Unless they know something that we clearly do not. Factor in ‘eternal youth’, and you have your answer!Next I tried to establish how these powers were attained…
2. Is Rahul Gandhi a mutant? The answer is obviously, no. At best, he is just from another part of the world. Therefore he can’t possess super-powers himself.
3. Is Rahul Gandhi in possession of so much mental power that he can actually slow the ageing process of his body? Right. Never mind.
4. Is he in possession of some artefact that lends him these powers? That must be it! And what more appropriate than the ‘Fountain of Youth’? It is self evident.
I managed to prove this conclusively when I reasoned out that all artefacts of power leave an after-effect on their users, a sort-of “give and take”. Clearly this one not only affects the body, but also the mind, making it much ‘younger’ than it actually should be. Actions speak the loudest, and one but has to glance upon those of Mr. Gandhi to get a confirmation of this one.
Of course, this might also mean that mermaids exist, but the procedure may easily have been misinterpreted. Unfortunately, Captain Jack Sparrow, pirate extraordinaire and lead investigator in the matter for quite some time, wasn’t available for comment.