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Excerpts of some of the best conversations I have ever had/heard. Enjoy. [Me and shweta {office buddy} are discussing a person of common...

Excerpts of some of the best conversations I have ever had/heard. Enjoy.


[Me and shweta {office buddy} are discussing a person of common interest, let's call him X]

Me: I really don't know if he's the type who would move on quickly and fall for some other random hot girl, just like that.
*pause*
I wonder if I'm capable of that.

Shweta: But you're not like that.

Me: How are you so sure?

Shweta: Yeah, obviously, you wouldn't fall for random hot girls.

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Amma: Varsha...?!

Varsha: Aiyo amma, I didn't do it!

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[Me and my cousin Ashwin discuss family issues....]

Me: So Ashwin, I heard someone asked V (cousin) out...

Ashwin: I want to see that guy who went on one knee and proposed to her, I want to make him go on that same one knee and I want to fart on his face!

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Me: Well, when I was 12 people kept telling me that I would be a teenager soon and have tons of fun so, I couldn't wait to be 13, when I was 13, I couldn't wait to be 14, when I was 14, I couldn't wait to be 15, when I was 15, I couldn't wait to be 16, when I was 16, I couldn't wait to be 17, when I was 17 I couldn't wait to be 18. Now I'm 18, and I'm still waiting for the fun to start.


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[Fifth Standard]

Teacher: Children, who among you can draw well?
Swathi V (full enthu) : Ma'am!! Tarun is a very good drawer ma'am!
Tarun (gets tension): Drawer a? Podi jetty!

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[R is a cousin, and M is her husband and hence my Athimber]

R: M, there are girls in the discotheque who are wearing super short skirts. One gust of wind and everything's out in the open.
M: I don't wish to see all that...
R: Wow, I never knew I had such a loyal husband.
M: Nah, Its just that I prefer porn.

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"Yaaravum ennakode Pesamaatingala?"
- *name withheld*'s attempt at Tamil, his finest hour.


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[Overheard in 12B bus]

X:Maamey, indha bus paandy bajar dhaana pogum?
Y: Illa da, indha bus road-la dhaan pogum.
X: Ivvura paara comedy time panraaru. Dha thu savagiraati!

(I'm sorry, but translating it will kinda ruin the whole thing)
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Auto guy: Watha myrrandi! ootanda sollitu vandhiya? (swearing)
*turns back*
Echoos language ma.

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18 comments

  1. fun fun funnnnnyyyy!
    rofl lavanya!
    loved it!! :D

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  2. lol^2 :D . I had a nice time goin thro this one, u have a nice sense of humor in ur writings :)

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  3. Thats extremely funny! I really laughed out loud:). I think I like them in the following order.

    1. Auto guy
    2. Fifth Standard
    3. Varsha one
    4. Shwetha one
    5. R and M
    6. Me
    7. Ashwin
    8. Tam
    9. Bus

    FYI its saavu-kraki. The etymology is saavu => dead and kraki => candidate. So a candidate for death! You dont know even this! What do the teach you in school? All English bad words a? Typical main school. Scene! We from KKn are encouraged to cuss only in Tamil:).

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  4. ROTFL.. what a super way to start a day :-) super duper hilarious... the scene with amma.. well, it seems familier to me - only difference is, at my home, varsha was replaced with anu :-DDD

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  5. Hm.. Cool ! ! Though, i've heard a few of 'em. Twas all quiet a fun to read again ! ! :)

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  7. hey.. nice post.. tho i dnt gt the tamil part..
    nice blog.. lovely name :)

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  8. oye thaenga! her's your sister concern:
    http://nariyalchutney.blogspot.com/
    thaengas of the world unite!!!

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  9. oh the 'fart on the face' part was really good. i imagined a picture of Ashwin butt posed for the shot and the poor victim down with flowers and candy.... sad! :-)

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  10. Liked the Drawer one.

    Boy, kids say the darnest things.

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  11. lol funnnn! :D

    too bad bout the translations tho :(

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  12. lol!!!! damn funny..loved it.. lafed loads.....

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  13. best one was the one about the short skirts :D

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  14. Hahahah! I guess all of us have heard of that "drawer" one!
    Once in IV or V std, we had to intro ourselves in our class - there was a new teacher and she questioned us about our family too... a friend of mine declared "My father is a cooker!" :O =))

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  15. oh the 'fart on the face' part was really good. i imagined a picture of Ashwin butt posed for the shot and the poor victim down with flowers and candy.... sad! :-)

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  16. Thats extremely funny! I really laughed out loud:). I think I like them in the following order.

    1. Auto guy
    2. Fifth Standard
    3. Varsha one
    4. Shwetha one
    5. R and M
    6. Me
    7. Ashwin
    8. Tam
    9. Bus

    FYI its saavu-kraki. The etymology is saavu => dead and kraki => candidate. So a candidate for death! You dont know even this! What do the teach you in school? All English bad words a? Typical main school. Scene! We from KKn are encouraged to cuss only in Tamil:).

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