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What am i thinking now !

I think Asylum.in has to give full feeds too. The contents I think are great. Asylum site for Indian Men. The site definitely has things more than just women. That doesn't mean I don't like posts related to the weaker sex :P

Anyway today's Lunch session was cool. At its peak. The conversations that we have in our work place, if exposed to the world will definitely become a greater success than Yugi Sethu's Naiyandi Darbar or Lollu Sabha. Here is a sample..

Its a habit for people to repeat exclamatory sentences that we say - Like if I say that I saw Dasavatharam movie 5 times (it is not true). Person hearing it 99% tends to repeat saying - "Ennathu 5 thadavaiya !" (meaning - "What !! 5 times ??). This works in any language. What I would do is just keep an angry face and ask him sarcastically- "Atha thana sonnen.." (Didn't I say that just now, Why are you repeating it kinda question)

Seems like Our colleague tried the same thing at Kolkata in hindi. The opposite person actually did not understand the humor in it. "Enaku than asigama pochu, avangalukku puriyave illa" nu sonnar collegue.

Immediately Mr.X stroke another question back at him - "Yaen Thamil la kettingala ?" then followed a roar of laughter around.

I am not sure if I am able to reproduce the same excitement in words. I have to improve my humor writing.

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