Thursday, June 26, 2008

Sometimes its better to keep quite…

Most…of the times…I get annoyed to see men intruding into the ladies’ compartment in MMTS train, Hyderabad. Further I vent out my anger by asking them to leave or read the instruction saying boldly that “You need to pay fine under such offense”. Today, I was rather immersed in a book in one corner, when I found one Guy confidently boarding up…I was about to say my usual dialogues… J when he started saying,…”Come on guy’s get out of this compartment, it’s a ladies one…” This guy turned out to be the TT who was actually warding them off…Not my fault entirely cause I gazed at him thinking if, he was in his uniform or something…but then finally I sighed a sense of relief saying…”Thank God I didn’t blurt out today at least...else would have been the laughing stock for the day.

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Panda sneeze :))

One of my favorite LOL items. The silence before the sneeze and the mother's reaction everything is funny. I wonder what the mother panda was thinking after the sneeze :-?

Sunday, June 22, 2008

George Carlin (again!): Similarities

OH MY GOD! I just have to post this one. I just have no other option. Because this is THE LOL material. I was rolling on the floor and laughing my a*s off! I could feel the pain in my stomach around my six-pack that I never knew existed!

The embedding is disabled. So, here is the link. UNBELIEVABLE!

Geroge Carlin: The American Dream

After yesterday's encounter with George Carlin, I couldn't sleep! I was just sitting there in the middle of the night just watching him rock-and-roll and stamp out everything on his way...religion, , politics, feminism, racism..aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand, The Amrenican Dream! Way to go Carlin! :)

Friday, June 20, 2008

Big time bullshit!?!

Disclaimer: This video is not for who are sensitive to the topic of religion and it is not intended to offend anyone.

If you like this you can watch a lot of George Carlin on Youtube. Here is another one thats more related:

Monday, June 16, 2008

Luck-broker analysis

I visited one of the most famous Shrines in Kamakura, Japan last weekend and found a fortune card on sale. The Japanese, it seems, are not exempt to believing that a certain members the animal kingdom bring or take away fortune from humans. That these luck-brokers live out their lives aiding the human luck-transaction is amazing. I wonder if all of them specialize only in human luck or if they work on luck of other animals too? Do they only do transactions or do any of them specialize in luck-market analysis? I guess I would never know. But this luck-broker, Mr. Turtle clearly stands out among others. He doesn't waste his time on luck market analysis for transactions. He just uses good old magic to get his job done! And his magic, one must admit, is like no other! Afterall how many magicians you know has a shell on his back and can make you a long and rich LIVER?? (See picture!)

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Theo's bad report card!

In case if you were not able to watch it from here following this link:

Seems like this video is not available for viewing outside the US due to copyrights.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Toilet terror - It happens only in Japan

It rains and consequently gets cold in Japan. On top of that, Japan is a coffee-crazy country and I am just too happy to sail along the direction of the wind! One side-effect of that is my kidneys get work over-time without pay! (Here I go again!...)

That day was no different. Well...almost! After the third cup of coffee for the day, it was time for me to pay the regular visit. As I was standing there, performing my chore, a janitor, middle-aged a bit over-weight exited the loo located right behind where I was standing and went towards the hand wash. I was thinking about the e-mail sent by a customer asking a confusing question. So as I got done, I absent-mindedly turned simultaneously while zipping up. Time for Murphy's law.. For reasons nobody can explain, at the exact same time the janitor turned away from the hand wash and facing me, I turned away from the urinal and facing the janitor, and the zip got stuck against a piece cloth in trouser (thank god it was the cloth!). I don't know if the janitor was taken over by instinct or if the long experience came to the rescue, but quite honestly I don't want know. But the next moment, I zipped up. As I walked towards the wash she said "Sumimasen" (excuse me). It was then I realized that it was a *SHE*! My head swirled for a moment and it was not the coffee's fault.

I didn't know if I have to get the hell out of there or if I just have to pretend as if nothing has happened, wash my hands and walk out slowly. But on the way out, I made sure to check if it was indeed the gentlemen's room. Thankfully it was. I was thankful that it wasn't my fault. I told myself it probably happens only in Japan!

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Testing IQ

Imagine you are in Africa. You have been tied hanging on a tree with a rope anchored on the ground, a candle is slowly burning the rope, and the lion is waiting for you to drop and be his lunch.

Your survival hinges on the rope staying intact, there is no one around to help you. The only possible way is to somehow convince the lion to BLOW the candle out. How do you do that?

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Communist jokes

A cell in one of the numerous prisons in Soviet Union full of people convicted for nobody knows what..a new man was pushed in by the police. Everybody came running towards him and asked
"How many?", meaning "How many years?".
He said in a sad tone "Ten" :(
"What for?"
"For nothing"
"Why you liar! For nothing they give five years!"

If you liked this joke, or didn't and want a better one than that may be you can check out a related article. More communist jokes are available in a book called "Hammer and Tickle" by Ben Lewis.

Source: BBC's Global news podcast