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Monday, October 30, 2006

Murqa

Ever since Taj El-Din Hilaly spoke in defense of his sexual predator brethren there has been a lot of talk about burqas. But thinking about, I think men should wear burqas. There are actually a lot of benefits of wearing a burqa. Here is why:


  • You don't have to shave regularly
  • Your wife won't nag you saying "Didn't you wear the same shirt yesterday?"
  • We all have been in situations when you dash into a store to pick up one thing and run into somebody you know. You have to be polite and stop and chat. If you wear burqa, you will go unnoticed.
  • You don't have to put up a smiling face when a guy asks you, "Is it OK if I set the meeting at 5PM on Friday?". You can make whatever face you want as long as you keep your voice calm.
  • If you smoke, burqa provides another layer of filtering
  • When you are in a store and your wife wants you to buy something expensive, you can pretend not to be her husband and walk away
  • You don't have to be all macho and say, "Oh, it's not chilly at all." You can wear a sweater and nobody will notice
  • Nobody will know where you are looking. Just saying, not that you will check out girls or anything.
  • "Dressing up" for dinner only involves wearing formal shoes (These events will be called "Black shoelace events")
  • Host of excellent pick up lines like: "Hi, will you join me in my burqa?"
  • (Don't talk about hair, Don't talk about hair ) There won't be any more bad hair days (Damn couldn't stop)

May be I should start a new fashion trend.

79 Comments:

  • :) Hillarious as usual. Have enjoyed reading your posts.

    By Blogger Sunita, at Tue Oct 31, 01:58:00 AM 2006  

  • lol...awesome!loved all! but hey the only downfall...wat will we girls do wen we go out? we can't check out guys in burqa's!:((

    no-no, we dont want men in burqa's!our life will be totally deviod of any color!:p

    By Blogger Yashita, at Tue Oct 31, 01:59:00 AM 2006  

  • and I guess u can also add eating without worrying about how much u're spilling or how sloppy you're looking...considering almost all men look gross while eating :D

    By Anonymous chandni, at Tue Oct 31, 02:28:00 AM 2006  

  • i choked on my honey roasted peanuts.. omg its fuggin hilarioussss!! hehehe... hehehe.. hehe.. and im glad you heeded my advice with refreshin ur blog ... i would have hunted u down :P .. omg i read everysingle post you have ever written .. i even left a comment on your very first post and many many inbetween .. :D .. hehehehe.. rofl

    By Blogger Isha, at Tue Oct 31, 02:30:00 AM 2006  

  • no more worrying about greying hair or shades of brown ;)

    the burqa hides the beer belly excellently.. and no more pressure to work out :P

    By Blogger Isha, at Tue Oct 31, 02:31:00 AM 2006  

  • I agree with yahsita....how will us women ogle at the cute guys??? Ogling is not just a male prerogative!!!!

    By Blogger freespirit, at Tue Oct 31, 02:33:00 AM 2006  

  • hurray to Twisted!!! finaly someone cracked the problems of the hen-pecked man!!! :)

    By Blogger Nachi, at Tue Oct 31, 03:03:00 AM 2006  

  • You don't have to put up a smiling face when a guy asks you, "Is it OK if I set the meeting at 5PM on Friday?". You can make whatever face you want as long as you keep your voice calm.

    You can in fact slip the low-life in the next cubicle a tenner to attend the meeting for you!

    That's it, I'm converting!

    By Blogger Nee, at Tue Oct 31, 03:03:00 AM 2006  

  • ha ha ha, lol, too good !

    By Blogger Cyberkitty, at Tue Oct 31, 04:37:00 AM 2006  

  • haha... no more worries if u had a hair cut or stay bald.. i m sorry that i can t resist talking abt the hair...haha... hilarious post...

    By Blogger my life...., at Tue Oct 31, 04:49:00 AM 2006  

  • and yeah you guys also wear crumpled shirts and dont have to wear a sweater to hide that...

    By Blogger Shankari, at Tue Oct 31, 07:35:00 AM 2006  

  • LOL!! You did it again:-)hilarious post:-)

    By Blogger mommyof2, at Tue Oct 31, 07:53:00 AM 2006  

  • Oh has been used in Tamil films so many times that its almost stale. Entering "Ladies college" or "Ladies special buses" in a burka.

    You don't have to put up a smiling face when a guy asks you, "Is it OK if I set the meeting at 5PM on Friday?". You can make whatever face you want as long as you keep your voice calm.

    Now that was hilarious.

    By Blogger Anu, at Tue Oct 31, 08:56:00 AM 2006  

  • careful... u might start off another riot in the middle east similar to the one after those cartoons. :-)

    By Blogger video, at Tue Oct 31, 10:14:00 AM 2006  

  • Funny as usual.. only, dont bother resisting the hair bit. We know you try and make up for the hair u dont have by talking abt the hair that u do have.. but seriously, a bad hair day for a man?
    Btw, i need advice.. pls go to my blog and put comment! Thanks!

    By Blogger How do we know, at Tue Oct 31, 10:52:00 AM 2006  

  • lol! awesome post! sure...start a trend..but spare the hotties...we need some eye candy to relieve the tedium that is life... ;-)

    By Anonymous OrangeJammies, at Tue Oct 31, 11:04:00 AM 2006  

  • ha ha ha LOL as usual. well how wil we recognize our husband?

    By Blogger itchingtowrite, at Tue Oct 31, 11:14:00 AM 2006  

  • LOL..but
    1. your wife not nag for shirt but will nag for changing different burquas and styles for various occasions.
    2.Dont know pretending not listening to wife will work. She will make u hear anyway.

    on the positive side... you can lift your burqua like all those hindi movie actresses.
    or
    collide with a woman dropping all the books but what if turns out to be another man only...hahahaha

    By Blogger Pallavi, at Tue Oct 31, 11:18:00 AM 2006  

  • No more bad hair days.thats for sure.

    By Blogger starry nights, at Tue Oct 31, 03:24:00 PM 2006  

  • Hey, enough about hair already!! :-)

    "Black shoelace events" - loved that one!!

    By Blogger Vani, at Tue Oct 31, 06:51:00 PM 2006  

  • Came here blog hopping. Cool Blog ! Great sense of humour !!

    By Anonymous NZ, at Tue Oct 31, 08:19:00 PM 2006  

  • "When you are in a store and your wife wants you to buy something expensive, you can pretend not to be her husband and walk away"....LOL:-))

    By Blogger Jayashree, at Tue Oct 31, 08:53:00 PM 2006  

  • T-DNA,I bet, you would be the pioneer of this new fashion trend ,you are a great thinker with a striking idea ;)perhaps, a uniform unbiased law about burqa needs to be the order of the day to help restore peace around the world.he hee, Enjoyed reading :)

    By Anonymous Lera, at Tue Oct 31, 09:24:00 PM 2006  

  • hilarious!! u must be such fun to hang out with

    By Blogger artnavy, at Tue Oct 31, 10:49:00 PM 2006  

  • hahah...didnt realise wearing a burkha had sooo many advantages..think am gonna buy one myself!

    By Blogger Ekta, at Wed Nov 01, 12:07:00 AM 2006  

  • my dad and uncle once wore burqas and sneaked into my cousin's lady's sangeet and mehendi function... they got caught because my friend just looked at my dad's hand and recognised it after years of seeing it on the guitar... but i agree with all your reasons!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Wed Nov 01, 12:57:00 AM 2006  

  • LOL! I love the one in which you can pretend not to be her husband - priceless!

    By Blogger Diligent Candy, at Wed Nov 01, 01:12:00 AM 2006  

  • There is really something about you....First time on ur blog and will keep checking..

    Dash

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Wed Nov 01, 02:59:00 AM 2006  

  • Let us all reform to unbias dress of the Burqa, No more prejudice towards the sex, race, culture, religion etc! FABULOUS! Just one problem! you're probing murqa terrorists...no more will passengers be paranoid about a turban wearing man....BEHOLD! it may be a murqa lurking under the innocent faceless mask of a black dress...mwahahaha....

    By Anonymous Darshni, at Wed Nov 01, 04:44:00 AM 2006  

  • That was awesome post! Guys have some great imagination abt things women sometimes dont even think abt!

    By Blogger Blueberry_rumnraisins, at Wed Nov 01, 05:45:00 AM 2006  

  • "When you are in a store and your wife wants you to buy something expensive, you can pretend not to be her husband and walk away"

    hey I was thinking about this "dangerous" situation(for women:-) and the my solution is that couples should wear matching burkas to avoid any confusion:-)

    By Blogger mommyof2, at Wed Nov 01, 07:39:00 AM 2006  

  • Oh... I really like this one

    Your wife won't nag you saying "Didn't you wear the same shirt yesterday?"

    By Blogger Swapna, at Wed Nov 01, 03:25:00 PM 2006  

  • woooowie..first time here..awesome thot...many a time wen my manager sees my project report...i wish i had one like tt to wear :D

    By Blogger gils, at Wed Nov 01, 05:35:00 PM 2006  

  • thats not good for hunk watch and dehydration :(

    By Blogger La vida Loca, at Wed Nov 01, 07:45:00 PM 2006  

  • Very funny. You've done it again.

    By Blogger Alan, at Wed Nov 01, 09:09:00 PM 2006  

  • Sunita:
    Thank you very much!

    Yashita:
    wat will we girls do wen we go out
    Hmm... didn't think of that. I assumed no girl would be interested in looking at guys :)

    chandni:
    considering almost all men look gross while eating :D
    Haha. You should come to our village and see the men brushing and chatting in the streets early mornings. Now that is the gorssest sight you can ever see.

    Isha Reddy:
    i choked on my honey roasted peanuts.
    Were you on a flight when reading post? I assumed that is only place you can get honey roasted peanuts ;)

    i even left a comment on your very first post
    Can you give me your email address. I would like to send a personal thank you note

    the burqa hides the beer belly excellently.. and no more pressure to work out :P
    Not that we do feel any pressure as it is, but you are right, burqa would conveniently hide our rock hard bodies.

    freespirit:
    Ogling is not just a male prerogative!!!!
    Really? May be I shouldn't assume no guy is ogled at just because nobody ogles at me :P

    Nachi:
    hurray to Twisted!!! finally someone cracked the problems of the hen-pecked man!!! :)
    Yes, the problem is almost cracked. One still cant' wear the burqa at home you know :D

    By Blogger Twisted DNA, at Wed Nov 01, 11:18:00 PM 2006  

  • Nee:
    You can in fact slip the low-life in the next cubicle a tenner to attend the meeting for you!
    ROFL. That is so true! Why just meetings, we can use the same technique for so many other things!

    Cyberkitty:
    Thank you :)

    my life:
    i can t resist talking abt the hair.
    Makes two of us :)

    Shankari:
    guys also wear crumpled shirts and dont have to wear a sweater to hide that...
    Damn, you are spilling all our secrets! He he he. I used to hide Garber food marks under jackets and sweaters :D

    mommyof2:
    Thank you!

    Anu:
    Oh has been used in Tamil films so many times that its almost stale. Entering "Ladies college" or "Ladies special buses" in a burka.
    If only men wear burqas, it will be an end to such Tamil hero antics :( :D

    video:
    careful... u might start off another riot in the middle east similar to the one after those cartoons. :-)
    Haha. Good point! These days its impossible to know what ticks people off!

    By Blogger Twisted DNA, at Wed Nov 01, 11:26:00 PM 2006  

  • How do we know:
    but seriously, a bad hair day for a man?
    Ok. Ok, I get it. We occasionally have good hair days :)

    OrangeJammies:
    start a trend..but spare the hotties...
    What do you mean by encouraging to wear one and then saying "spare the hotties", huh? grrr

    itchingtowrite:
    well how wil we recognize our husband?
    Yes, thats the whole advantage (for us)

    Pallavi:
    your wife not nag for shirt but will nag for changing different burquas and styles for various occasions.
    Haha. No escape, huh :)

    collide with a woman dropping all the books but what if turns out to be another man only...hahahaha
    LOL. I was assuming that only men wear burqas. But if women wear too, ya, it will give rise to a lot of humor! For example, what if the whole song "mere mehaboob thuje, meri mohabbat ki kasam" is sung for a mistaken gender ;)

    starry nights:
    No more bad hair days.thats for sure.
    Ya, I won't even have to comb my hair. Wait a minute.. i actually don't comb even now :D

    Vani:
    Hey, enough about hair already!! :-)
    Haven't you heard, "Make hay while sun shines?" ;) I probably won't have the luxury of talking about it for long

    By Blogger Twisted DNA, at Wed Nov 01, 11:36:00 PM 2006  

  • NZ:
    Hey, thanks for stopping by. And thanks for the compliments!

    Jayashree:
    Thanks for coming by :)

    Lera:
    a uniform unbiased law about burqa
    Ya, that would solve a lot of racial problems! Good thought

    artnavy:
    u must be such fun to hang out with
    Thank you! I hope who actually hang out with me agree with that!

    Ekta:
    think am gonna buy one myself!
    Buy one for Anand too ;)

    Anonymous:
    my dad and uncle once wore burqas and sneaked into my cousin's lady's sangeet and mehendi function
    No kidding! So these things happen in real life too, not just movies! Thanks for sharing that with us

    Diligent Candy:
    Hey nice to see you here. Glad you enjoyed the post

    Dash:
    There is really something about you
    Hope it's something good :D Thanks for coming by!

    Darshani:
    No more prejudice towards the sex, race, culture, religion etc!
    That is a very good thought. It will be truly a world without walls!

    it may be a murqa lurking under the innocent faceless mask of a black dress
    LOL. Ya, that will be a problem!

    By Blogger Twisted DNA, at Wed Nov 01, 11:48:00 PM 2006  

  • Blueberry rumnraisins:
    Until I typed your "last name" I didn't realize it is "Run and raisins" :)

    women sometimes dont even think abt!
    So women do think some times? Holy crap, I didn't say that. It was not me. Where is my burqa, where is my burqa!

    mommyof2:
    that couples should wear matching burkas to avoid any confusion:-)
    ROLF!! I am in splits just imagining all the situations with matching burqas! Good one.

    Swapna:
    Thanks :)

    gils:
    .many a time wen my manager sees my project report...i wish i had one like tt to wear :D
    Haha! Thanks for stopping by! Glad you enjoyed the post.

    La vida Loca:
    thats not good for hunk watch and dehydration :(
    If you mean by dehydration by drooling: ROFL!
    (Man these medical people can't just user normal words! :P)

    Alan:
    Shukria.

    By Blogger Twisted DNA, at Wed Nov 01, 11:53:00 PM 2006  

  • Gosh, that had me in splits! Well maybe u shd start this new trend! And dont forget to patent ur rights! :)

    By Blogger Has to be me, at Thu Nov 02, 06:07:00 AM 2006  

  • Very funny! how do you come up with these Ideas? tell me -tell me :):)

    By Blogger SM, at Thu Nov 02, 08:43:00 AM 2006  

  • HA HA HA!! You have really twisted your DNA this time!!:D:D
    Hope Murqa's Burqa doesn't kill you !!It's not air conditioned , you know!:)))

    By Blogger Foodie's Hope, at Thu Nov 02, 12:58:00 PM 2006  

  • Can u please do me one more favor? Can you please find out the cost of braille enablin cards in the US, and any other relevant info..

    Thanks a ton for that hajar practical advice.. the client meeting happened and we did not need to do aprice discussion bcs she already knew our rates.

    By Blogger How do we know, at Thu Nov 02, 01:23:00 PM 2006  

  • LOL :) I love all your reasons. But what happens when you are wearing a burqa in California August heat?! ;)

    By Blogger Life Lover, at Thu Nov 02, 02:48:00 PM 2006  

  • Tuisted Saar,
    I am kindly noticing from your good name that you are Biology guy. Your supervisor is daily asking When you are preparing duplicate sheeps? wait sir, fastly i am giving sir, you are giving response and going to one one people's blog to check their English speaking tendencies..why like that you are?

    ;-) Sorry I dashed your hopes.

    By Anonymous thetalkativeman, at Thu Nov 02, 04:38:00 PM 2006  

  • You make it so appealing! How do they do in coldass temperatures?

    By Blogger Pickled Olives, at Thu Nov 02, 06:00:00 PM 2006  

  • Has to be me:
    And dont forget to patent ur rights!
    Hmm.. Why didn't I think about that! :)

    sharda:
    how do you come up with these Ideas? tell me -tell me
    Thanks you :) I think imagination is what gives me pleasure. I keep trying to imagine various situations and some of them are funny enough to make a post out of.

    Foodie's Hope:
    You have really twisted your DNA this time!
    LOL. You think so? May be I should have it in a cast :D

    It's not air conditioned
    ya! There you go, another patent idea. Air-conditioned burqas!

    How do we know:
    Any time :)

    Life Lover:
    wearing a burqa in California August heat
    haha. Ya, I think people will cook inside. As Foodie was suggesting, we need to invent air-conditioned burqas!

    But thinking about it, I dont know how those poor ladies who are forced to wear burqas in Afghanisthan, Iraq, Iran are wearing them in such heat!

    thetalkativeman:
    ttk saar, vhy are you saying bad bad things about me, saar? stop it, i say.

    Man, I am no match for you! You perfected the art of desi English. By the way, did you check out the desi audibles on Yahoo! They are hilarious. There is one audible that talks like you did, "saar, vanakkam saar," and so on.

    thanq 4 coming yaar. you keep coming na.

    Pickled Olives:
    How do they do in coldass temperatures?
    I am guessing you meant to say "hotass" :) Ya, that surprises me too! Can you imagine people in Middle East wearing these things in such hot weather!

    By Blogger Twisted DNA, at Fri Nov 03, 12:28:00 AM 2006  

  • you are talikng about bad hairs even without hairs also you can roam freely...

    By Blogger mojindro, at Fri Nov 03, 03:21:00 AM 2006  

  • LOL at pretending not to be her husband and walking away. If that was my hubby - he'd better prepare for WAR!!! Wicked Laugh - Ha Ha Ha Ha HA!!!!

    By Blogger Calabar Gal, at Fri Nov 03, 05:04:00 AM 2006  

  • I just thought you might want to know - it's almost 6 on a Friday night, and I've been on a phone conference which doesn't seem like it will end any time soon since 4:30pm.
    A mere burqa will not do - need a voice-mimicking + face-hiding thingie!
    Thankfully this is Nah and not Nee - this would have driven her over the edge.

    By Blogger Nee, at Fri Nov 03, 09:58:00 AM 2006  

  • If this fatwa applies to Indian actors, Imran Hashmi would be in big trouble and Himesh will not need his cap.
    One more advantage would be that you will not need any hanky after you sneeze.

    By Blogger Aashun, at Fri Nov 03, 12:17:00 PM 2006  

  • No, I am thinking what it would be like to wear one here in Connecticut. It gets VERY cold (i.e.: coldass)here in New England. Is it worn Under or over coats and gloves and hats? Sorry to sound so curious, but your post provides advantages, and i think if it protects you from frigid temps, that is a great reason to wear one!

    By Blogger Pickled Olives, at Fri Nov 03, 04:07:00 PM 2006  

  • Pickled Olives:
    Now I got it. I am generally not this slow ;)

    You know, if one wears a burqa and then wears a long coat, it will look quite funny! It will look like they are just wearing a mask because we can't see rest of the burqa. It could scare the hell out of the store clerks, airport security etc. :D

    By Blogger Twisted DNA, at Fri Nov 03, 04:11:00 PM 2006  

  • you are one of the funniest people!! i think i need a burqa too (could women wear them?).

    By Anonymous si, at Sat Nov 04, 01:47:00 PM 2006  

  • LOL. great visual!

    By Blogger Pickled Olives, at Sat Nov 04, 08:47:00 PM 2006  

  • lol...... nice one.. :)

    By Blogger Di, at Sat Nov 04, 09:05:00 PM 2006  

  • oh ur so smart

    By Blogger Isha, at Sat Nov 04, 10:47:00 PM 2006  

  • came here thro Priya's blog...

    hilarious one! laughing out loud! :))

    By Blogger Karthik B.S., at Sun Nov 05, 12:01:00 AM 2006  

  • now THESE are goood reasons for men wearing burkhas.... :D i reckon you should go for it... start a trend... :D

    By Blogger --Sunrise--, at Sun Nov 05, 02:07:00 AM 2006  

  • "these events will be called "Black shoelace events"

    still laughing.

    By Blogger Minal, at Sun Nov 05, 08:33:00 AM 2006  

  • cracked me uP!

    the funny thing is i know of guys in KSA who wear burqas and pretend to be a "friend" of their girlfrnd's so the dad won't bother them. or chase the guy outta the house.

    michael jackson was found in bahrain wearing a burqa...so there's prolly plenty of celebs following ur advice out there.

    By Blogger (Ni)mo.Ni, at Sun Nov 05, 12:21:00 PM 2006  

  • Dropped by to check if something new

    By Blogger Minal, at Sun Nov 05, 07:11:00 PM 2006  

  • meh refresh refresh :P

    By Blogger Isha, at Sun Nov 05, 11:11:00 PM 2006  

  • nice article. i'm linking you to my blog.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Mon Nov 06, 05:07:00 AM 2006  

  • hehehehe great as usual! man burqa lol. how are you at stand-up? or maybe you could be like dave barry!

    By Blogger Bookworm, at Mon Nov 06, 03:45:00 PM 2006  

  • Hey..coming to ur blog after quite some time...and u missed ma birthday bash :(
    Now dont crib and ask for that last piece of cake...i had finished the whole cake on that day itself *evil laugh*

    And this post was....nice...as usual! :D

    By Blogger Neha, at Tue Nov 07, 02:05:00 AM 2006  

  • DNA: You are on the record of making it huh!!! Good one.
    Hmm ther is an another way to go for a date again.

    When you go to DMV, you really need to show your face this time:-))

    By Anonymous priya, at Tue Nov 07, 05:42:00 AM 2006  

  • Enjoyed reading this... Funny thoughts..:))

    By Blogger Kalpana, at Tue Nov 07, 06:47:00 AM 2006  

  • LOL plzzzzz dun wear the burqa cos I would miss out on checking out hunks :(

    **You can make whatever face you want as long as you keep your voice calm.

    HAHAHAHAHA!

    Ur have a classic sense of humor. I love reading ur posts.

    Keshi.

    By Blogger Keshi, at Tue Nov 07, 07:49:00 PM 2006  

  • mojindro:
    you are talikng about bad hairs even without hairs also you can roam freely...
    he he he. Yes. That day is not too far.

    Calabar Gal:
    he'd better prepare for WAR!!!
    Yes, when she actually finds him ;)

    Nee:
    Poor soul. My heart goes out to you.

    Aashun:
    LOL. That is true and the germs stay in the burqa. Good for the world!

    si:
    (could women wear them?).
    no :) We should make it illegal for pretty women to wear them ;)

    Di:
    Thanks!

    Isha Reddy:
    oh ur so smart
    Loaded statement. At some point I am going to demand an explanation ;)

    Karthik B.S.:
    Welcome to the blog. Glad you enjoyed it.

    --Sunrise--:
    :) Thanks

    Minal:
    Glad you found it funny.

    (Ni)mo.Ni:
    michael jackson was found in bahrain wearing a burqa
    He did!? Damn, he always steals my thunder

    By Blogger Twisted DNA, at Tue Nov 07, 11:59:00 PM 2006  

  • Isha Reddy:
    refresh refresh :P
    Thanks for pushing me on this. I get lazy sometimes, you know!

    Anonymous:
    nice article. i'm linking you to my blog.
    Thank you. Would've been nice if you had left a link :)

    Bookworm:
    how are you at stand-up?
    Not so good :( My delivery is pretty bad. This blog is my pathetic attempt at stand-up

    or maybe you could be like dave barry!
    You won't believe this but at least 5 people compared my style with Dave Barry's before. Funny part is, I never read Dave Barry :)

    Neha:
    i had finished the whole cake on that day itself *evil laugh*
    Looks like, half the cake ended up on your face. Serves you right :P

    priya:
    When you go to DMV, you really need to show your face this time:-))
    On a side note, there was a case in the US where a Muslim women refused to take her veil off for DMV photo and went to court :D

    Kalpana:
    Thanks :)

    Keshi:
    Hey! you are back!

    LOL plzzzzz dun wear the burqa cos I would miss out on checking out hunks :(
    We, the non-hunks, will make sure this burqa thing becomes a law

    Ur have a classic sense of humor. I love reading ur posts.
    Thank you! Very nice of you to say that.

    By Blogger Twisted DNA, at Wed Nov 08, 12:08:00 AM 2006  

  • so ur not a hunk? :)

    Keshi.

    By Blogger Keshi, at Wed Nov 08, 09:50:00 PM 2006  

  • Keshi:
    so ur not a hunk? :)
    Married, with a kid on my shoulder, Gerber food stains on my shirt, unkempt hair, talking geeky stuff.. that is not the picture of a hunk by any definition :)

    By Blogger Twisted DNA, at Wed Nov 08, 10:58:00 PM 2006  

  • Anonymous:
    nice article. i'm linking you to my blog.
    Thank you. Would've been nice if you had left a link :)

    silly me goofing up things as usual. :p

    although, to be fair, i did post a link on my blog to this post.

    By Anonymous minerva01, at Thu Nov 09, 04:51:00 AM 2006  

  • hehee thats such a cute description of ur self - the kid must be proud of his doing ;p

    funny post but nah u can tell one burqa wearer apart from the other ;p

    By Blogger visithra, at Fri Nov 10, 07:15:00 PM 2006  

  • Ya...no need to iron clothes...no suntans (ya ya tell me you couldn't care less)...

    By Blogger Varsha, at Sun Nov 12, 05:57:00 AM 2006  

  • When you are in a store and your wife wants you to buy something expensive, you can pretend not to be her husband and walk away

    This one was my favourite. Hillarious.

    By Blogger Dinah, at Sun Nov 12, 11:57:00 AM 2006  

  • lol awwwww...

    Keshi.

    By Blogger Keshi, at Mon Nov 13, 08:04:00 PM 2006  

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