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#1 by Mohammed Munir on December 31, 2008 - 4:44 AM
LOL @ Khan Sahab.
Woh Jaisee Bhi Hogi … Aap Ko Achchee Hee Lagay Gi 😉
Don’t worry, Pehlay Pehlay Tu Sub Hee Achchee Lagti Hain 😀
#2 by Sweetie on December 31, 2008 - 4:49 AM
Ahem.. B F, Im still alive hehehe
#3 by Andheeke on December 31, 2008 - 9:22 AM
o great i decide to participate ( ok post this aint a gameshow lol ) a reply and i get archived… ! how sad.. boo 😦
KS – thanks for da sing song welcome… yep its a bolly song..sorry for my random emails i didnt know wat i woz meant to do hehe..
Jav – Kiddddda ?? hows can can ? and when u sendin sum of that snow now.. seems ur gettin greedy in ur age and not sendin me any no more!…. it may snow in da uk for new years paaaaaaah we will see.. tho it is bit frosty :S..
Awas – i cant describe me….:S……u will jus have to find out on da way……..to my world :D..
sooooo its 2009 tomorrow !……kinda scary a yr passes and u think wat have i done..good and bad things happen……inshallah heres hopin everyone has a bigger and better yr in 09!….
im off to da midlands goin to see family so need to pack and get on da platform ( catch da train not to jump from it :S ) ……so will try catchin up lata …
p.s DRC – balle balle!…….hope ur ok my lovely :D……..
#4 by khansahab on December 31, 2008 - 11:36 AM
You are a GF, and no one else can be that 🙂
#5 by Awas on December 31, 2008 - 12:01 PM
I hope you don’t mind me say, you really don’t have to write like a text message. We don’t charge for number of words as LS is not a telephone service provider 🙂 . Not only is it difficult to write but difficult to read too (for me at least).
People in Pakistan generally still write emails like SMS messaging. Initially it was like that in the West too but it has evolved to normal typing. I guess people over there haven’t caught on yet. Typical like everything else!
#6 by Andheeke on December 31, 2008 - 12:11 PM
lol awas!.sori my bad bt the reason i type like dat is usually cos i am typing from my fone.duno how to do paragraphs either and cos i aint got my laptop on so sir forgive me ! So do i have to type proper english nw? Hmm how do u do sir? A cup of tea wil do kindly..:
#7 by Mohammed Munir on December 31, 2008 - 12:16 PM
Khan Sahab …
Yes I agree, there is always a special place for a GF, and a Friend, and a Wife, and a Mehbooba, and a Just Friend, and a Mashooqa, etc. etc.
So we can one of each yeh ? 😉
Tu Nahin Aur Sahi, Aur Nahin, Aur Sahi ;D
#8 by Mohammed Munir on December 31, 2008 - 12:17 PM
So we can have one of each yeh ? 😉
#9 by khansahab on December 31, 2008 - 12:28 PM
Not all of us know you personally, so please can we have a brief introduction?
You can find more about myself, Awas and Javed A Khan on the “About Us” page.
#10 by Andheeke on December 31, 2008 - 12:41 PM
wel im jus a simple person who likes to try and have their head high no matta what life throws…im a believer in trying not to let da bad stuff get to u…inshallah da big man has a plan for us all here..heres hoping its a gud one…i m in da uk is everyone else from there?…erm i like food esp muffins and kks!..erm my fav colour is blue and green…we shud have an intros page!..my train is taking its time and im cold…
#11 by Mohammed Munir on December 31, 2008 - 1:12 PM
“I am agree” with your ‘naughtiness’ 😀
#12 by Andheeke on December 31, 2008 - 1:17 PM
kool..im from south east uk…bucks side…anyhow u should nt stress i mean ur b old and look back and think why did i waste all dat time stressing.then again sumtimes when u want sumting reali bad u wil keep goin…bt when do u admit defeat.anyway dnt stress too much your go bald and grey…dnt really like celebrations..prefer heroes!.and can reali overdose on skittles at times!.i thought we cudnt eat celebrations…mayb someone could do a haram chocs and sweets list if they got bored..
#13 by Andheeke on December 31, 2008 - 1:23 PM
p.s sorry awas i know my typing!..think i will vanish now…..:|
#14 by abdul on December 31, 2008 - 1:54 PM
happy new year to everyone on LS.
#15 by khansahab on December 31, 2008 - 1:58 PM
Happy new year 2 u 2
#16 by theossa on December 31, 2008 - 3:06 PM
Javed, I’ve been saying this for a while now that you have a “Kaali Zabaan”. You proved it yesterday when my $755 Orvis Zero Gravity Helios fly rod snapped in half while fishing! Thanks God it has 25 year warranty so I sent it back to get a new one. But my day was ruined because I didn’t bring a spare rod with me. It was a 4 wt, 9 ft, 4 piece rod and the fish was probably like 6 lb so I was surprised when it snapped because I caught bigger fish with the same rod. I use a light rod for that project because most the trout fish there are just 10” to 15” long and very few are big. Also, I like the feel of light rod when fish fights hard.
For those of you who don’t know what “Fly Fishing” is here is a brief explanation; there are streams or part of streams labeled as “Fly Fishing Project” where you can only fish using artificial flies as baits and no live bait like minnows, worms etc. are allowed. It is the most exciting fishing technique for trout, steelhead, and salmon where a special rod is used with a floating line. Most of the flies that are used as baits are floating flies resembling common bugs that fish eat at a specific stream. The other bait type is wet flies which resemble bugs underneath stream water or salmon eggs. Why fly fish? Because streams are open for fly fishing all year around contrary to Reel Fishing using live baits which is just seasonal.
The above short course will cost you $5. Please have your credit card number ready -:)
#17 by Awas on December 31, 2008 - 7:26 PM
So, you got a posh iphone…nice one!
In that case its okay…I was just visualising you sitting in front of the computer and typing text messages which I thought is rather a waste. Sorry!
I happen to know Sweetie’s C/card number, here it is:
#420911 apparently, she doesn’t mind if you charge all at LS on her card 🙂
#18 by Andheeke on December 31, 2008 - 7:58 PM
awas i do not have an iphone!but if u wud like to purchase me one i will not mind at all!..i have nokia n95 8gb unlimited net so pretty gud…anyway happy new year for 2morow! Bug u all nxt yr!..
#19 by Awas on December 31, 2008 - 9:35 PM
I thought only iphones do such magic stuff…good to know your N95 does the business too. See my one only makes and receives calls…pretty ancient 😦
Now would I like to purchase you one? Hummm!!! First, you will have to make me an offer that I can’t refuse 🙂
#20 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 1, 2009 - 12:06 AM
So you were right about Andheeke‘s text messaging and she has justified by saying that she uses cell phone for emails. “First, you will have to make me an offer that I can’t refuse 🙂 ” Is there a condition that it must be hand delivered by the owner? Knowing you Awas, I guess that’s pretty much on the cards.
Anyways, this is for ALL OF YOU………. I am wishing everyone A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.
#21 by Wicked Witch Of the West on January 1, 2009 - 4:54 AM
Happy new year to you all.
#22 by Andheeke on January 1, 2009 - 9:23 AM
awas you will have my duas that you will have a fab and successful year then again i would wish that for everyone so how about a box of heroes as we all need a hero in our lifes! Lol.. Happy new year 2009 guys and girls.. !..x.
#23 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 1, 2009 - 11:13 AM
Andheeke, by extending duas to Awas you sound more like a Barree Bouiya. Btw, let the world know how old are you? And where is your friend DRC?
Wasim, Sweetie, Andheeke and all those who have wished the New Year Greetings, thank you for that and may Allah give you more happiness, health and wealth in the year 2009 and beyond.
#24 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 1, 2009 - 11:44 AM
Agar Mara Kaala Zubaan Hoti, tou Tumara Natalie ka Moonh boat paylay Kala ho Jatee!
Man, you can make a “Natalie Ka Pottlie” (bundle) and keep her near your butt otherwise she will be hooked like a trout.
Thanks for the fly fishing tips to people, i.e., if they can really learn how to catch a trout or a salmon! But, in your cheap $5 quickie (short course) you didn’t mention about the Gum Boots and how deep you stand in the water? Or, you look for a rock to stand above the water?
Apart from the river, lake fishing is very popular here. After the ice is cleared, lake trout are in the shallow water and hungry like Natalie. They are no longer confined to deep water without as much to prey on. Hence, trout fishing is more like a rage among people who live close to these lakes and you know Canada is so full of sweet and fresh water lakes.
And my dear theologitst, trout fishing by using a fly rod is not like a date with Natalie yet, dressing properly for the occasion is a MUST. And the satisfaction of reeling in a big trout makes all the preparation worthwhile. After you have caught it, whether you release it or cook it, is not all that important and exciting.
It is all about the thrill of the chase —– Shikaar e murdaa saza vaar e shahbaaz nahee, jo kabootar pur jhaptnay mein muzza hai ay voh muzaa shayad kabootar kay lahoo mein bhee nahee. Chacha Ghalib nay issi “OKayyen” per ek Sher irshaad kiya hai.
Paatay nahee jub raah tou churhh jaatay hain naalay
Ruktee hai mairee tab’aa tou hotee hai ravaan aur
#25 by khansahab on January 1, 2009 - 12:20 PM
Happy new year to all on LS.
#26 by Mohammed Munir on January 1, 2009 - 12:37 PM
HAPPY 2009 TO ALL.
#27 by Andheeke on January 1, 2009 - 12:43 PM
i am old as i feel and today i feel 50 tommorow i may feel 16 and the next i may feel 40 again and da next i may feel 10 ..so javed age is merely a number then again people dat r gettin over the hill say that so i am gettin there…i do prefer feeling ten and having a laugh… O to b young again..laaa laaa!..
#28 by Andheeke on January 1, 2009 - 12:47 PM
so this theo dude likes to fish?… Then eat them presumably?.. Lol or keep them for pets….my cousins fish called eugene died…they had it for a few yrz….the times we wud sit there and chat to it…madness like how people talk to their plants…
#29 by Wicked Witch Of the West on January 1, 2009 - 6:24 PM
Andheeke, Theo not only likes to fish, he also has a passion for shooting deers =( Hes a bad boy! lol
#30 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 1, 2009 - 6:56 PM
Happy New Year to all.
May the upcoming year be better than the last!
#31 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 1, 2009 - 7:41 PM
Sweetie Churail Maghribi
Are you singing that song for theo? I mean, BAD BOYS, BAD BOYS ….. whatcha want Whatcha gonna do when sherrif John Brown …come for you tell me whatcha gonna do. 🙂
#32 by Awas on January 1, 2009 - 7:59 PM
NauRooz Mubarak to you all.
Thank you for the good wishes. Appreciated! I wish you and all here the same.
As Javed says, its got to be something that needs to be hand delivered 🙂
Wicked Witch of the West
There is more to Theo than meets the eye. There is much more he does that he hasn’t told us yet…
#33 by Andheeke on January 1, 2009 - 9:18 PM
shoot deers?… For fun or passion or whatever u call it?…erm a very bad boy indeedo….i mean u wouldnt like it if you being shot at just for fun… Shame on u theo!.. Lol… Awas what does naurooz mean?… I been quite ill past few weeks im a recovering fluey!.. So best not to hand deliver nothing unless you want to b stuck in bed for a week wid da flu!..im so peeved 2day my fone is playing up have not txt back anyone with new yearz wishes prob tinking im a tight git who does not give a scooby do..fone ko nazar lag gaye serves me rite for biggin it up mite have to ring up o2 now..boo..o wel aaj nahin to kal sahi kal nahin to kisi aur din ko bhi..
#34 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 1, 2009 - 9:29 PM
You are asking Awas: “you want to b stuck in bed for a week wid da flu ………” wali?
For a second I thought it was an offer Awas would not refuse at any cost. 🙂
I g2g now take care guys! Have fun.
Birmingaon may desi people have no grass lawn in the backyard, they have cemented the whole yard and they keep Murghiyaan in Durbay! Sometimes on Alum Rock Road and in Pollock Shields in Glasgow you see murghiyaan turrdi phirrdi galiyaan ich.
#35 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 1, 2009 - 11:27 PM
I’ve never come across murgiyan in Birmingham *confused*
#36 by Awas on January 1, 2009 - 11:35 PM
May be it was Murgh then?
#37 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 2, 2009 - 12:00 AM
No but there is a bull there. Hehe that qualifies it to be a ‘gaon’
#38 by Awas on January 2, 2009 - 12:18 AM
Whilst crystal gazing…I see a bright future 4u.
#39 by Awas on January 2, 2009 - 12:25 AM
The Force tells me that three names beginning with S, D and A will bring immense happiness in your life.
As four are allowed, the fourth one will be a bit of a struggle…but you might get lucky in 2010.
#40 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 2, 2009 - 1:04 AM
Hmmmm S,D and A ?!
#41 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 2, 2009 - 5:18 AM
Get number 2 out of your list, BAKAOUZ
1. You have a Maghribi Churail wo bhee cruel
2. And, why do you want to have a GF if you don’t wanna do anything?
3. Professional in what? 🙂
#42 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 2, 2009 - 5:20 AM
If you rearrange S, D and A it will be SAD and how come sadness will bring happiness in his life, jotishi ji? And whats wrong with 2009?
#43 by khansahab on January 2, 2009 - 11:32 AM
Javed A Khan
I didn’t get that “Maghribi churail” thingy?
#44 by Awas on January 2, 2009 - 11:51 AM
As Javed A Khan must be still enjoying his sleep, let me translate on his behalf.
Maghribi = Western
Churail = Witch
#45 by khansahab on January 2, 2009 - 11:57 AM
I get it now 🙂
GF is and will remain a GF
#46 by Abdul on January 2, 2009 - 12:17 PM
Guys please watch these classy vidoes of Mushy and the 2nd upload is of the impressive Adil Rashid whose been selected for England in the forthcoming tour of the Carribean. The first one also features Mushy being the dressing room comedian and playing footabll whilst the rest show some magic wickets and deliveries of the leg spinner. Sit back,relax and enjoy the legspin kings.
I’m of for Jummah now so catch up with u guys later.
#47 by Abdul on January 2, 2009 - 12:19 PM
Sorry the third one features adil rashid.
#48 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 2, 2009 - 1:34 PM
khansahab Javed A Khan “I didn’t get that “Maghribi churail” thingy?
The reason you didn’t get it is because your Urdu is bahot ghareeb (very poor) its the literal translation of wicked witch of the west….. witch = Churial and maghrib = west and still you didn’t get it? Never mind 🙂
It was like Hikmat yaar Gul Badin = Doctor Friend Flower Body.
Oh, Awas has already done the translation for me, I was on the other page and did not notice that. Sank You Awas….. bucchay ki urdu ghareeb hai kya ker saktay? Buccha tou khair kya, bahot say baron ko bhee baaz time samaj nahee aati kion kay
Aati hai Urdu Zubaan Aatay Aatay
Once on BBC MB I wrote the same verse and DRC‘s darling Afsana (likh rehi hoon) said, hey why are you pulling my Aati’s leg?
#49 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 2, 2009 - 1:43 PM
Here is a question for Awas:
Why do Memon men take pleasure in watching xxx movies in rewind mode?
That’s because, they like to see the PROSHTITUTE giving the money back ! 🙂
#50 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 2, 2009 - 1:47 PM
We have been discussing Imran Khan and Jemima for the past couple of days, here is one on them, its not new some of you may have already heard / read it before.
Imran Khan asks Jemima on their first wedding night, ‘Darlin did you like my shot between the two fine legs?’ She replied, it was a good shot but, you are not the opening batsman.
#51 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 2, 2009 - 1:47 PM
Javed…did you have to bring that up again?! Yes stopping pulling my leg…hahaha that was funny!
#52 by theossa on January 2, 2009 - 1:50 PM
Ms. Unseen/Cloaked/Camouflaged a.k.a. Andheeke
I release most of the fish I catch, and only take big fish home. On your other comment about hunting deer, what’s wrong with that? The chicken, beef, and lamb you eat are all KILLED in some way so why I’m the bad guy and you or not -:) I also hunt North American black beer, coyotes, and wild boars for fun and fur purposes and that actually helps the animal population. I’ll explain you how; Legal hunting is very different from poaching. We the hunters pay the state and federal governments to manage wild life through hunting, fishing and trapping licenses and through federal excise taxes collected from the sale of hunting fire arms, target shooting, and fishing equipment and motor boat fuels. Loss and degradation of habitats through urban sprawl is the greatest problem facing fish and wildlife. The money obtained from hunting license and sale of fire arms is used to enhance and protect habitats and help maintain a healthy population of wild life. Mind you, hunting is only seasonal and is done when there is an excess population of certain specifies. Governments have guidelines for hunting only full grown animal. I hope this will help you and others clear a lot of misconceptions spread by the liberal media who wants gun control. Here in Pennsylvania they teach kids how bad and immoral it is to hunt a squirrel. I guess they want the new generation to be pansy and unable to defend themselves. How nice it would be when a crook show up at a house for burglary and the man of the house hides under the bed rather than protect his family -:)
For $5 cheap fishing course that’s all I could offer. Wading clothes, wading shoes, the size of hooks, the weight of the line, flex of the rod etc will cost you guys more.
How did you become Blair Witch from Sweetie? Come on you can share with me.
At your no.1 to no.3 New Year’s resolutions I would say, work out at a gym, do weight training and tell me at the end of 2009 if you accomplished them.
Eik mohabbat ko bholane keliye dosre kerne pudti hai.
#53 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 2, 2009 - 1:51 PM
OK, time for more jokes to ease off the tension of 2009
Mom says to her daughter: You stupid, didn’t I tell you if a guy touches your boobs, say don’t and if he goes below your belt, you must say STOP. So, how come you allowed him to efff you?
The girl replied: But Mom, he touched both at the same time and I said, don’t stop!
#54 by abdul on January 2, 2009 - 1:52 PM
Khanshab,your new year resolutions seem to be like many others.Getting a girlfriend theme I don’t think applies in our culture though. Never the less all the best and please see the videos uploaded.Yasir Arafat also features in the 2nd one as he and Mushy clear up Surrey.Muhsy’s wickets are well and truly brilliant in that game.
#55 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 2, 2009 - 2:01 PM
More on cricket…. How do the commentators describe…..
1. A stalker or a nude woman on the ground? (unfortunately we don’t see them anymore, because of these security guys)
No cover, no extra cover, no slip, 2 silly points, 2 fine legs and a deep gully. Little grass on the pitch.
2. On Mendis bowling:
He is a good user of his fingers, he uses only two fingers but he gets the best of his balls twist and turn only thru those 2 fingers. I wish I had magic fingers like his. (Ranjit Fernando to Waqar – surprisingly waqar did not comment back)
3. Another one of Ranjit Fernando:
Jayasuriya is an extremely good hooker
And, Ranjit continues……
Whenever he sees the ball is rising, he goes under it and plays it with ease! Especially through the legs he takes it very nicely.
#56 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 2, 2009 - 2:16 PM
Eik Mohabbat ko bholane ke liyeh dosree kerni padti hai……… hummm it means, those who constantly fail in Mohabbat are the real achievers! right? 🙂 Unna day maojaan-e-moajaan.
Aur flex of the rod ki kyaa baat ker reho tum? Wo tou ab kisi kaam kay qabil na reha toot jo gaya! Are you going to fix it with super glue and use it? 🙂
Btw, I have separate rods, telescopic is fiberglass and a two piece crankin and a very strong graphite for trolling. Trolling ka mazaa tou Dubai may aata thaa in deep sea fishing but here its not possible. Unless you wanna go with me to Florida for Blue Marlin fishing or, Fiji would be a better place.
#57 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 2, 2009 - 2:28 PM
abdul, which culture are you talking about UK wala or Pakistani? At both places kids your age have fun with Barbie, Cindy and Stacey and watch movies like Pocahontas. khansahab plays with life size Cindy’s and Barbies the inflatable type! 🙂
#58 by theossa on January 2, 2009 - 3:17 PM
Javed, never did Blue Marlin fishing but you know one day. Hey, I watched that Outdoor Channel show on King Salmon fishing up in Canada. That’s sounds fun also.
#59 by theossa on January 2, 2009 - 3:31 PM
A few of the many things I want to do before I die:
1-Catch a King salmon
2-Catch a Blue Marlin
3-Kill and stuff a 13 point Buck
4-Kill and stuff a Cougar or Mountain Lion
5-Kill and eat a wild African Buffalo
6-Kill and stuff an African male Lion
If I’m given option by God who I want to be in my next life, I would either want to be Clint Eastwood or Hugh Hefner.
#60 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 2, 2009 - 5:00 PM
I am agree with your 6 points and I can add a few more to that wish list of mine BUT the last paragraph of your comment about Clit Eastwood and Hugh Hefner both are alive and in 80’s and are living only on YAADAIN ….. I would prefer to die rather young and not look so old, fragile, wrinkled and haggard and YAADAIN becomes AZAAB for them.
Yaad-e-Maazi Azaab hai ya Rabb
Cheen lay mujh say Hafzaa Mera
I don’t want to be saying this. I want to die like my friend Nasir Durrani’s father who was healthy, strong and he was sitting in a party talking to friends and laughing out loudly and then the next moment he died and the smile on his face was there and when he was taken for burial and they showed his face to people for one last time the smile was still there on his face. I want to die just like that.
#61 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 2, 2009 - 5:07 PM
theo “How did you become Blair Witch from Sweetie? Come on you can share with me.”
Sweetie is like Satyam Shivam Sundaram, you haven’t seen the other side of her face, right? She is a Sweetie but she can be a real Kurwee for a few. 🙂
#62 by theossa on January 2, 2009 - 5:14 PM
LOL Javed, I wanted to born again as Clint Eastwood or Hugh Hefner and I certainly wouldn’t like to have some 50 years scratched off my life. “I am agree” with you on dying with grace rather than miserable and being dependent on your spouse or kids. I guess that’s what every prideful or egoistic man thinks, a very common thinking among Pathans. I would rather have a Grizzle Bear eat me alive while hunting rather than having someone looking after me. I have too much pride to take that and I’m not afraid of death.
And you wrote Sweetie has a bitter side? Nahh, she seems a sweet person but then again I can’t judge her, right?
#63 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 2, 2009 - 5:18 PM
theo: Sweetie is a sweet person but then again I can’t judge her, right?
Well, when she will read this, she will get a wicked smile on her face and then she will laugh out loudly at the deer hunter (Robert D’ Niro) with a Muaahahahahahahahaha!
Yes, you don’t know her hidden talents. 🙂
#64 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 2, 2009 - 5:24 PM
You don’t have to scratch off 50 years from your life, in most cases I have seen 65 plus is an age where man gets “SuathyaOed.” Meaning they go bonkers after that age. So eighty minus sixty five is 15 years and scratching 15 years is OK.
After 65 you can’t hold a gun or a camera in your hands without shaking it. So, hunting, photography and even fishing is out of question and depending on etc., etc.. or vaghaira, vaghaira is not something a real man would be looking to live for.
#65 by theossa on January 2, 2009 - 5:26 PM
It’s about lunch time and I’m pulling Chicken Tikka, Chapli Kabab, and Parathas out of my lunch box. Nahh I’m day dreaming, it’s a freaking Quizno’s roast beef sub I’m gonna eat -:(
#66 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 2, 2009 - 5:30 PM
I thought it would be another fish sandwich for you but you have surprized me by eating a Quzno’s roast beef, I hate Quizons they suck.
I already had Paratha, omelet and last nights Karai Gosht for breakfast and its time for me to take a shower and get ready and go out, its 12:30 p.m. and being a Muslim I must go for Jummah prayers, I go Jummay ko Jummah! at least I am honest in admitting. 🙂
#67 by theossa on January 2, 2009 - 5:43 PM
Javed, on the other hand I like to keep my weight around 180 lbs, with at least 4 pack (6 pack in summer). Subs without cheese are kindda blessing in disguise.
Warsha de jumme monz oka, Javed sher bachay de -:)
#68 by abdul on January 2, 2009 - 6:01 PM
I like Khanshab would like to share my new year resolutions.
– Work my socks of and pull of excellent grades for my GCSE.
– Get 50 wickets and win the league for my club side in the 2009 season.
– Pray regularly and do anything that can please Allah.
– Finally I’m going to trials for a county this summer in cricket and hope to be able to play u19 cricket for one of them.
Inshallah I’ll be able to achieve my goals and have a successful year.
#69 by theossa on January 2, 2009 - 8:17 PM
Agreed Khansahab, people who don’t have girl friends are called here in U.S. as “Gay”.
So don’t be “Gay”.
#70 by Awas on January 2, 2009 - 8:34 PM
Hey, guys! Lets just say, Abdul is a good ma’an da putter
#71 by theossa on January 2, 2009 - 8:45 PM
Khansahab, I was talking about how people perceive guys with no girl friends here in U.S. I know in U.K. gay is the new happy. Haven’t you heard of the popular phrase, “he is not gay, he is Birtish” -:)
#72 by Mohammed Munir on January 2, 2009 - 8:48 PM
So it means, Abdul is a ‘gay’ (happy) without having a girl-friend 😉
#73 by theossa on January 2, 2009 - 8:50 PM
What kind of person are you?
I cant believe you asked abdul that question, that is shockingly rude and disgraceful…You cant ask this question to a teenager!
I won’t make any more comments on your blog today…
#74 by Mohammed Munir on January 2, 2009 - 8:53 PM
Yeah right, I agree one is sure a happy man (gay) without having a girl-friend 😉
One of Bob Marley’s greatest song was …
“No Woman, No Cry” 😀
#75 by Mohammed Munir on January 2, 2009 - 8:57 PM
LOL @ Khan Sahab’s innocence.
#76 by theossa on January 2, 2009 - 8:58 PM
Khansahab, if you think Abdul is gay (you would know coz he corresponds with you through emails) then you should guide him to be straight. If he is gay don’t hate him, remember we as mankind are all Homos, Homo sapiens I mean.
#77 by theossa on January 2, 2009 - 9:03 PM
Omar, if you mention POT with liquor I’ll smile all day. I like POT after liquor because it makes angels confuse what to write in my book of deeds.
#78 by theossa on January 2, 2009 - 9:12 PM
Gotta go guys, have a nice weekend. It was all SATIRE so no hard feelings -:)
#79 by khansahab on January 2, 2009 - 9:23 PM
Omer, check her out….
Yeh toh “apni” bhi nahi lagti!!….
#80 by khansahab on January 2, 2009 - 9:25 PM
Born in Pakistan on 10 August 1981, Sehr spent her first 20 years in Karachi, Pakistan before moving to Boston, MA to study. Her desire to represent Pakistan on an international level stemmed from her desire to help evolve Pakistan as a whole. “The pageant was a first for me, and all in all was an amazing experience. This pageant is a great platform which gives Pakistani women the opportunity to emerge as a voice for their community and address issues that need to be dealt with.”
Sehr Mahmood went on to compete in the Miss Earth 2006 pageant held in Manila, Philippines as well as Queen of the World in 2006. She took home the Best in Media and Queen of Elegance titles respectively.
Sehr Mahmood had just completed her honors degree in Economics at the time of her crowning and is now looking to gain her MBA in finance.
#81 by khansahab on January 2, 2009 - 9:27 PM
Haan bhai Omer sahab
Sehr is from Karachi
Now lives in USA
And has a Finance background….
Baat pukki kar wa doon?
Mubarak ho! Mubarak ho!
Aap ko bhi mubarak ho!!
(Stop blushing young man!!!)
#82 by khansahab on January 2, 2009 - 9:32 PM
I’m waiting for Sana and GF to say “ohh look at the make up on her!”
“oh she has done that surgery”
“Oh she is using that eyeliner, oh she is using that blush-on”
#83 by khansahab on January 2, 2009 - 9:37 PM
Now don’t come up with that “I know this girl from “somewhere” story!”
Kyun dangerous hai…..you mean in the sense of “If looks could kill, she would cause a genocide?”
In India they will say “Larki masth hai” and “Ek dum laal mirchi hai”
#84 by Awas on January 2, 2009 - 10:11 PM
Leme check her out if she is dangerous then I’ll report to you guys…much later 🙂
#85 by Andheeke on January 2, 2009 - 11:04 PM
daal mein kuch kala hain?… Hmmmm….
#86 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 3, 2009 - 12:47 AM
Hahaha poori daal hi kaali hai….
She’s FIT..that lady 😀
#87 by Wasim on January 3, 2009 - 7:24 AM
Khansahab 2006 Ka pageant dikha ker aap larkoon ko excite ker rahe ho, ab baat chalaney ka waqat guzar chuka! Iss ko ley jaaney waley ley ja chukey hoon gay.
#88 by Cookie Monster on January 3, 2009 - 7:41 AM
Javed!!!! Loll.. No MUAHAHAHA @ ure comment 67! I started laughin loud but i remembered im sitting in my sister’s closet & about to get a kick on my rear end cuz shes tryin to put my neice to bed.
Mein itni bhi buree nahi hon =( Badnaam kia hua hai mujhe BM! Ure just jealous of me. so **smack**
B F, *blush* & u’ll always be BF =)
#89 by Cookie Monster on January 3, 2009 - 8:43 AM
BF, I wont say nething about sehr mahmood wearing makeup or getting a surgery, but i can’t help but think of this, how come u went from Monica to sehr? (Monica= beauty, Sehr = errrr no comments !! lol
#90 by Abdul on January 3, 2009 - 9:22 AM
Guys u really go of the hook sometimes. Don’t u ?
Khanshab,we have many great discussions between me and u on this blog mainly about Paksitan cricket and Bollywood films but sometimes u completely change your character and make ridiclous comments. And it seems I’m speaking to a 10 year old child rather than a 21 year old lawyer.
Now I’m a heterosexual person. U know that shorly and I’m assuming u were being slightly sacrastic when asking me about my authority. Anway I thought u would be be easily convinced about this following my previous comments on the hot gals page. I did stamp my authority there about showing affection to glamarous women in particular Rani Mujurjee,Priety Zinta,Katrina kaif and the latest newcomer in Anuksha Sharma whose only a few years older than me!
Never the less in our Pakistani or Muslim culture we by pass the girlfirend stage and sex before marriage is strongly prohabited in the holy quran. However, a small relationship should be fine. Even though I know some people who have started to follow the English on this girlfirend theme majority of us avoid the temptation and therefore I was suprised at your intentions especially after all the so called advice you’ve given me.
Anyway anyone can tell it’s far to early to have a girlfriend at my age and I should give my stduies priority so therefore no need to interfer and make ridiculous statements of whom one can be ashamed.
#91 by khansahab on January 3, 2009 - 12:17 PM
I’m still with Monica…you know in Islam 4 marriages are allowed….
Yes, she is probably married now, leken kehtay hain naa keh mehnat karo toh bhagwaan bhi mil jaata hai……so I thought maybe Omer should keep trying, he might find her somewhere 🙂
#92 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 3, 2009 - 1:06 PM
Aww Abdul. For a teenager you have a very mature outlook on life. Girlfriends and the like can wait, but your time to study and make something of your life won’t keep coming back. So it’s all good. Work hard and I hope you succeed. 🙂
Oh and I only said that girl was ‘fit’ as a joke. I said it because you guys assumed we would disagree with her ‘prettiness’. 😀
#93 by kaleem on January 3, 2009 - 2:34 PM
Abdul, apnay aap ko bohot smart samaj tey ho tum, kissi din kaheen mill gaye mujhe toh saari smartness nikaal doonga tumhaari…
(guys i’m just joking with abdul, but dont tell him…cheers!)
#94 by khansahab on January 3, 2009 - 2:48 PM
Yes he is annoying, but please cut it out now..
#95 by Abdul on January 3, 2009 - 3:08 PM
Guys in what way have I been annoying ? I now strongly regret revealing my age due to the amount of abuse and insults I’ve recived.
Kaleem, u are quite pathetic aren’t u. Don’t u think I can see your comments ?
#96 by khansahab on January 3, 2009 - 3:15 PM
A lot of people write abuses for you, I don’t know why?
I’ve had to censor and remove many comments because they are abusive to you, and I don’t want you to take it to the heart.
But maybe this is a lesson in self discovery for you, maybe see the faults with yourself before you blame others?
#97 by Abdul on January 3, 2009 - 3:22 PM
In what way do I hold the faults ?
#98 by Awas on January 3, 2009 - 3:32 PM
As DRC says, “you have a very mature outlook on life”. If she says something like that for me I’ll be blushing.
Just forget what Kaleem says…ignorant so and so!
#99 by khansahab on January 3, 2009 - 3:35 PM
Kaleem can tell you himself what your faults are, but stop sending me e-mails and I will stop thinking you’re annoying!
#100 by Awas on January 3, 2009 - 3:37 PM
And don’t regret revealing about your age. Just be yourself.
Leme guess…16? Now be honest as honesty is your middle name.
#101 by kaleem on January 3, 2009 - 3:54 PM
seriously dude what is wrong with you? You are inviting me to tell Abdul what is wrong with him, and when i write anything for his attention you censor my comment?
he is not your brother or friend, so let him get his due…
#102 by Abdul on January 3, 2009 - 4:24 PM
kaleem,tum koi paindoo hea ki khiye ?
#103 by kaleem on January 3, 2009 - 5:30 PM
Watch out because i will start giving you maa behen ki, and then you will go in a little corner and cry your young eyes out
#104 by Awas on January 3, 2009 - 5:30 PM
That paindoo comment must have hurt kaleem. He’s gone quiet!!!
You didn’t answer my earlier question?
#105 by Awas on January 3, 2009 - 5:32 PM
See I told you it has hurt him. Don’t worry, we wont allow any galees.
#106 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 3, 2009 - 5:37 PM
Woah what just happened?!
Awas I think I need to give you some compliments too, to make you blush 😀
I am full of cold 😦
#107 by Cookie Monster on January 3, 2009 - 5:37 PM
Abdul, ure comment 119, ‘Now i am a heterosexual’… Ummm what did u think u were before? Queer? Confused?? LOL
#108 by Cookie Monster on January 3, 2009 - 5:38 PM
Sowwie, i meant comment 113
#109 by khansahab on January 3, 2009 - 6:12 PM
I didn’t expect this behaviour from you, at the same time I don’t think Abdul should react in such a Paindoo way, because people will call him a “juvenile delinquent”.
#110 by elton john on January 3, 2009 - 6:20 PM
My friend Abdul you are NOT gay. Can’t you guys see how he stamped his authority on Rani, Karina, and the rest. He is busy studying but soon he will stamp his authority on Sehr too.
#111 by Awas on January 3, 2009 - 6:27 PM
‘Now i am a heterosexual’…what it must have meant is since he discovered puberty sometime after he got weaned off 🙂 kiowoon Abdul?
I hope you don’t mind…its all in good spirit. But I really don’t like this kaleem guy.
As DRC says, you got your priorities right…good man!
#112 by kaleem on January 3, 2009 - 6:37 PM
Plz allow this Mr Khansahab….
Abdul ki dilrooba: Yuck!!
#113 by elton john on January 3, 2009 - 6:43 PM
Kaleem you can’t mess with the girls Abdul has stamped his authority on. Abdul will stamp his authority on YOU!
#114 by Awas on January 3, 2009 - 6:43 PM
May be it wasn’t a good camera 🙂 Have u thought of that?
#115 by Wasim on January 3, 2009 - 7:25 PM
Abdul ghir gaya gundoon mein, chor do ab iss ko kiya bachey ki jaan lo gay.
Abdul they are just messing with you, sab sey chota honay ka nuqsaan
yehi hota hay. Don’t take it on your heart.
#116 by Sweetie on January 4, 2009 - 12:28 AM
Awas, i wonder how many yrs that took for him lol
#117 by Awas on January 4, 2009 - 12:33 AM
Ah, Return of The (Jedi) Sweetie
“how many yrs” You mean puberty or weaning off 🙂
#118 by Sweetie on January 4, 2009 - 1:38 AM
I dunno about Jedi, cuz i don’t like Sci Fi. But this is my real side :). Javed is just badnaam karring me cuz he’s jealous! hehehe
#119 by Mohammed Munir on January 4, 2009 - 4:51 PM
Yeh Itna Sunnata Kiyun Hai Bhai ? 😉
#120 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 4, 2009 - 7:14 PM
Munir its a LAZY SUNDAY kinda sunnata, the weather is so dull and boring at our end and last night I heard that even in the UK they are expecting something like -6C so if it is true then, they must be underground by now. Whereas, we already live in a deep freezer and are used to -12-14C but, for me if there is no sunshine then I feel like going back to sleep, Chunachay yahi howa aaj subha when I woke up at 8:30 a.m. (sunrise is at 7:30) it was kinda dark and I went back to sleep again till 1:00 p.m.
The good thing after Dec 21st is every single day will be longer than the previous day so there is hope but, the worst part of the winter has not started yet. As long as you stay outdoors you feel good, but when you hibernate then its a problem.
One of my neighbours called me an hour ago on phone, actually he woke me up, ‘coz he returned from a long trip to India and he was there during the Mumbai attacks and he was narrating some fresh stories about the current situation in India. I told him to save it, as I want to meet him sometime later to discuss it in person.
#121 by Mohammed Munir on January 4, 2009 - 7:31 PM
Javed Khan …
LOL @ “I told him to save it, as I want to meet him sometime later to discuss it in person”.
Javed you are really lucky to be sleeping till 1.00 pm with such nice and cold weather. I know in winters, one does not want to detach with blanket.
UAE have one of the best weathers in winter months, as we have temperatures ranging from 10C to 25 C max, which is best for outdoors, specially dessert safaris, camping, picnics, etc. but we don’t get to see really cold weather, rains, snows, etc.
I would like to visit Canada in winters and experience such cold temperatures, before I die.
#122 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 4, 2009 - 7:44 PM
Munir:“I would like to visit Canada in winters and experience such cold temperatures, before I die.”
Munir, like they say Hajj Jawani may kerna chahiyeh bakaoz its really tough. Likewise, you must visit Canada especially when you are young. Not that you will experience ONLY cold weather but, people here are hot, especially chicks. So, now I am leaving you all confused to decide what you wanna do in your life, now or hereafter! 🙂
#123 by Andheeke on January 4, 2009 - 8:15 PM
Yes it has been sooo cold in the uk!……. staying in the midlands it woz freezing… man i missed my lil blanket!.. not that i was not being fussed over anyway u always miss home no matter what..:p..
i want to go Venice 😀
how are we all keeping??………im still a newbie right ? so be nice :p
#124 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 4, 2009 - 8:18 PM
You wanna go to Venice for what? Just to be nice or you wanna be in a Gandola? You can’t be alone in a Gandola you have to ask Al Ka Pacino to take you there and sing that song, like Zeeni Baby singing it to Amita ka Buchpan.
Ps. Al ka Pacino is Awas.
#125 by Andheeke on January 4, 2009 - 8:35 PM
i want to go because i always wanted to go there. i dnt sing songs so unless someone doubt mind singing to me its all good and carry my shopping its all even better :D.
thought you was going to say and sing that song “khaike paaaaan buna ras wala ” classic AB 😀
#126 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 4, 2009 - 10:05 PM
Andheeke ““khaike paaaaan buna ras wala ” ”
NO, I hate that song.
#127 by Andheeke on January 4, 2009 - 10:40 PM
well i aint gona pretend and say i hate it too 😛
#128 by Mohammed Munir on January 5, 2009 - 5:45 AM
Javed Khan @ Comment No. 146 …
Hot chicks in cold weather sure sound tempting, but I guess I better visit Canada when I am really old, that way I will be a nice (Force Majeure) and this will be good for my ‘hereafter’ 😉
Cold weather reminds me of a nice storey …
In one of the social gatherings, an old poet with snow-white hairs, was trying to get friendlier with a group of young beauties and was trying to catch their attention by reading a few of his new poems to the girls.
A journalist, who was feeling a bit jealous of the poet, approached him and said, Sir, would it not be more appropriate if you stayed among your own age-group, as these beautiful girls are way too ‘hot’ for you?
The poet, pointing to his white hairs, replied to the journalist, when one has ‘snow’ on the rooftop; he need more ‘flames’ in his room.
#129 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 5, 2009 - 2:09 PM
The song that I was referring to was from the movie The Great Gambler and the lyrics are Dou Lafzaon ki hai dil ki kahani………kya hai mohabat kya hai jawani
#130 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 2:15 PM
Late last year, I had the pleasure of seeing the singer Raghav live, one late afternoon, on a very wet and cold day in Birmingham.
I caught a cold as a consequence of standing in the pouring rain, with no coat on. It was an outdoor event, but it was worth it :). All the other girls in the crowd were waiting for Jay Sean and the other ‘pretty’ boys. I was sooo impressed with Raghav’s voice.
I think the likes of Jay Sean, H Dhami are so over-rated in comparison to Raghav. He has such a soulful voice and it kind of touches you.
I quite like his new song. It has grown on me. It is called Humrahee.
N.B. The song is so much better when one does not watch the video. However, the model in the video, is quite pretty. :p
See I am so considerate to you guys for pointing out she is pretty!
#131 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 2:18 PM
It is freezing in the UK too. It has been snowing but has not settled.
I am so glad I do not have to leave the house, unless I really have to.
I’ve noticed the UK is getting colder and colder. Whereas before, in years gone by, one could anticipate a warm-ish Summer, now we just get miserable weather all year round.
#132 by khansahab on January 5, 2009 - 2:28 PM
Yeah that girl in that song is well fit.
Looks a bit like Cheryl Cole.
I think she is a Sikhni.
I find it very unnerving when girls go ga-ga over Jay Sean or other hip hop/bhangra singers, they are quite ordinary looking guys. I am not jealous or anything, I just don’t understand the psyche how an average looking man becomes “good looking” somehow if he has fame and money?
#133 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 2:30 PM
She is a top Asian model in the UK.
She is all over Asian women and bridal magazines. Models for a lot of different people. She is pretty mashallah.
Yeh she is Sikhni.
#134 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 2:33 PM
I think why the likes of Jay Sean are idolised is because the media is deprived of ‘South-East Asian’ faces. So they make do with what is available.
I don’t find Jay Sean exceptionally good looking.
I am a fan of Raghav’s vocal talent though. He is really good.
#135 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 2:50 PM
I was deeply disappointed to see how Abdul was taken on by all but except me since I’m a good guy. Come on people where the conscious are? Abdul may not be gay and you guys should leave him alone. He does not pass dirty comments on exotic picture of girls because he thinks it’s a sin and not because he is a Homo. Khansahab you should post the Mushy’s bowling video highlight from 1979 test against Australia in which he took 13 wickets in one inning just to show good will towards Abdul. Thanks.
#136 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 5, 2009 - 3:03 PM
Theo Mushy’s bowling video highlight from 1979 test against Australia in which he took 13 wickets in one inning ????????????? I must be still in my bed and dreaming !!!! But, why would I dream of Mushy Bushy? There are other good things in the world to dream about!
#137 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 3:07 PM
Yeah, when it comes to LS, these guys are vultures here but I am grateful Abdul gave me some good lessons in the art of spin bowling.
If Abdul was a sinner like you guys, I would have sent him that email too…check your inbox 🙂
#138 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 3:10 PM
Javed, didn’t he take 13 wickets in one innings against Australia? Oh, it must be against Germany then, my bad.
#139 by khansahab on January 5, 2009 - 3:13 PM
He took 13 wickets against Germany in one inning, and then Hitler got the German team shot dead….which is why Germany doesn’t have a cricket team 🙂
#140 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 3:13 PM
Yeah, Mushy and Abdul Jindabaad…two master blasters!
#141 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 5, 2009 - 3:23 PM
I would have loved to be here to contribute more on the master blaster topic but, I have to go…….. something important.
I want Theo to reply to Andheeke on that 2 lafzaon ki hai dil ki kahani ….. jhooti mohabat, adhhair jawani 🙂
#142 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 3:26 PM
Need 24 hours to examine your email before I make my selection. By default I have rights on the month of June but I do have 24 hours to return the item and pick another one.
#143 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 3:37 PM
As per request Javed’s request with attention on/to Andheeke
2 lafzaon ki hai dil ki kahani
jhooti mohabat, adhhair jawani
This piece of poetry comes from a classic award winning sad love story which I’ll present you with great pleasure:
There was a blind guy who fell in love with this beautiful young girl. He could feel that she had it all, height, curves, affection. He felt like the happiest man alive on earth. So after dating for a few months they decided to get married and then the blind lover found out that the beautiful girl was in fact a She-Male so hence this piece of poetry slipped from his lips.
A love story by William Shakespeare
#144 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 4:45 PM
24 hours!!! By then it might be too late as Omer might take them all…Munir doesn’t like left overs either 🙂
#145 by abdul on January 5, 2009 - 5:02 PM
Meanwhile I am taking up the challenge of learning Allah’s 99 beautiful names currently. Anyone else done or attempted the challenge before ?
Awas,I don’t think Muhstaq Ahmed was around in 1979 and he made his debut in 1990/1991. u may have muddled up with Abdul qadir !
#146 by khansahab on January 5, 2009 - 5:10 PM
For someone who likes to preach about Deen I think it is shocking you are learning Allah’s names at 16.
When are you 17 by the way?
I learned them off by heart when I was 8. I started 5 times prayer when I was 11, and completed the Quran when I was younger.
#147 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 5:22 PM
At Khansahab’s statement, “I learned them off by heart when I was 8. I started 5 times prayer when I was 11, and completed the Quran when I was younger”.
And after that you moved to U.K. -:)
#148 by Mohammed Munir on January 5, 2009 - 5:30 PM
Hum Bhee June Kay Umeedwar Hain, Bhaai Sahab, and that to by default 😉
#149 by Mohammed Munir on January 5, 2009 - 5:40 PM
Seems like you have sent it to all at LS 😉
#150 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 5:44 PM
Munir, give up on June, because I fear, dono bhaion mien khain churrian na chul jain -:)
#151 by khansahab on January 5, 2009 - 5:46 PM
Abdul is also in the UK, it might be hard to come to terms with, but it’s true.
#152 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 5:46 PM
Yeah, I do get muddled up easily…but this time it was Theo who said 1979 not me I just said:
Mushy and Abdul Jindabaad…two master blasters!
Why are u so keen to know when will Abdul be 17? Are going to ask DRC to bake a cake for him? When Abdul does tell you that then don’t forget 17 candles will be on you then.
Abdul, go on tell him, don’t be shy, lets have a treat on them…
#153 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 5:57 PM
Nahh, baking a cake for Abdul is no fun. For his 17th birthday I’ll take him to a strip joint and have sexy looking ladies give him lap dances. If Abdul is straight he’ll definitely say yes to my offer and finally put an end to this silly discussion about his sexual orientation.
#154 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 6:00 PM
Lets all stop picking on Abdul and move onto erm…………………
#155 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 6:05 PM
Why are some people bent upon making a good Mummy’s boy a sinner!!!
DRC, I am with you on this one.
#156 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 6:05 PM
DRC, that’s exactly what I proposed to put an end to this silly discussion. Read all my posts I’m the one who has supported Abdul all along. It’s just my nice guy nature that I can’t help but stand for someone who is being unfairly targeted. You know how I roll.
#157 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 6:07 PM
On moving on…
Do u know how to make Kashmiri chai?
I remember when my Mum used to give us in winter days like these…Woderful tonic!
#158 by khansahab on January 5, 2009 - 6:10 PM
You are a very popular guy!
Everyone loves you.
#159 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 6:11 PM
Theo, in your absence I defended Abdul and Awas backed me too. Teenagers are easily influenced and we should guide him in a POSITIVE manner. Lol, I like ‘how you roll’.
Awas, that is the pink tea isn’t it? I think we call it sabaz chai. It is lovely with lots of sugar.
Sadly, my daadi jaan and my mother are experts at making it and not me. I make desi chai though 😀
How cold is it Awas?!
#160 by Andheeke on January 5, 2009 - 6:16 PM
drc – helooooooo have u not figured out who i am ? seems i bein blanked 😦 poo…
#161 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 6:16 PM
That was just so people can remember important dates, like birthdays…what were you looking at?
#162 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 6:19 PM
Salaam Andheeke..how are you on this lovely freezing cold evening?
Awas…chi! I hope you guys are not looking at naughty calendars!
#163 by Sweetie on January 5, 2009 - 6:20 PM
Abdul, I learnt Allah`s names when i was a kid & i still remember them all.
This might help
#164 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 6:21 PM
DRC, it’s not really cold up there. Awas is just a spoiled brat who wants other to do things for him -:) But since you have a nice heart, go ahead make him Joshanda.
#165 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 6:21 PM
Yep, that’s the one…sabaz chai… I love it when it’s salty though!
-3c I can’t feel my nose and ears!
#166 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 6:26 PM
-3 C is not cold Theo?!It’s blaaaaaaaaaady freezing. Abdul just needs to put some extra layers on.
I haven’t been well for the last few days and my mum made me mashed potato with baked beans. It was so nice. Lovely in this weather.
Awas..I don’t like it salty. I love ‘desi’ chai; saunf, liachi, cinnamon..loose tea, milk and sugar. My dad makes me make it, it takes a while, but it is so nice.
#167 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 6:28 PM
I bet Sweeties loves you now. Tell her your birthday…you’ll get a nice present…you have trumped khansahab here…bravo!!!
See, being a good boy pays off.
#168 by Andheeke on January 5, 2009 - 6:28 PM
i do not like sabaz chai i had that in pakistana and tasted too flowery :s mayb i am weird!.. i prefer normal PG Tips tea tho :D.. such a snob..lol
drc – fine hows u ? long time no speak..enjoying the snow ??……its kinda melted now…
#169 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 6:29 PM
How about -26 C in Pittsburgh? I need that masala chai and not just a cup but the whole “chenuk”.
#170 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 6:30 PM
PG Tips tea…?
Is that the one that monkeys make on the telly?
#171 by Mohammed Munir on January 5, 2009 - 6:31 PM
Yeah right … the ‘dates’, thats what I was ‘looking’ at, and you ? 😉
It’s called Sabaz or Kashmiri Chai, but funny it is ‘Ghulabi’ in it’s colour and at times it is also called ‘Ghulabi Chai’.
This is totally different to the Sabaz Chai of Pathaans, where they take tea with either a sugar/ jaggery cube in their mouth and not mixed in tea, or some even take their green tea with dry fruits.
#172 by Andheeke on January 5, 2009 - 6:32 PM
yep thats the ones awas.. arent they soo cool.. even better behaved than humans at times :D..
#173 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 6:35 PM
Whenever my daadijaan knows one of us is ill, she will make us sabaz chai. It was like duwaey when we were younger. Now that we are older, we don’t tell her we are ill 😀 Negative associations with our childhood.
I am ok thanks. Working on my essay and posting here. Snow has melted here. How are things with you?
Awas, I am sure you all were ‘innocent’….once upon a time hehe!
#174 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 6:38 PM
What naughty calendars?
And what do u mean once upon a time…I’m even better now.
#175 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 6:39 PM
Theo, if you are in -26 conditions, I would move. I am suprised aap ki kulfi nahi jaam gaye.
I ca send you plenty of cheynuks but they will freeze on the way lol.
#176 by Andheeke on January 5, 2009 - 6:40 PM
bless isnt ur daadi sweet .. my daadi never done stuff like that… 😦 tho my dad used to at times… to be a kid again…
im fine drc same old.. ticking away..i cant believe its january!.. times flies…
#177 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 6:44 PM
Hmmm can I guess how old you are?
#178 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 6:48 PM
Just a bit older than Abdul so it won’t be difficult…
And you…how old?
#179 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 6:50 PM
Go on take a guess!
#180 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 6:51 PM
It might have been nice but at the time daadi used to force us to drink it and we could never get out of it. Now my cousins and me just don’t tell her we are ill. hehe!Time is going very fast. I have an exam in 3 weeks 😦
Awas, in that case even I am older than you 😀
#181 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 6:53 PM
I am 21 and a half years old hehe. (My birthday is in August, just to let you know in advance).
I reckon, you are in your late 30-49 ‘s.
#182 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 6:53 PM
DRC, I just want to clear that I’m not like my crooked acquaintances i.e. Awas, Munir, Khansahab, Javed. I’m very seedha saadha. Also, at your Comment# 183, what Abdul needs is to follow a POSITIVE example like me.
Awas, DRC has seen your real picture remember? She can guess how old you are.
Sweetie, what???? 3Ws, then “bohut bada cookie” and “metthi” again?
#183 by khansahab on January 5, 2009 - 6:55 PM
Just trying to help you here- don’t go around asking ages, you won’t accomplish anything 🙂
I did that a lot, but gave up 🙂
#184 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 6:56 PM
So, you are older than 16 and a 3/4…humm. Leo then…me too?
#185 by khansahab on January 5, 2009 - 6:56 PM
No kidding, had baked potato with cheese and beans myself today!
And mustard 🙂
#186 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 6:58 PM
If Abdul is going to find a positive example on LS, he is frankly wasting his time (joking).
Hmm, I only have your word for it when you say ‘seedha sadha;. Most people who say that, are not 😀
May be they will be nicer to me. However, you also know I believed something which turned out to be untrue. Ki faraak pehnda va 😀
OOppps means 40’s not 49
#187 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 7:01 PM
Yeh Awas…that makes me sherni…
P.s. I ain’t going to fall for that.
Aww Khansahab, it is the best comfort food for this weather. I did not have cheese though, as when I am ill, dairy products aggreviate my asthma.
P.s. bean lover! 😀
#188 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 7:04 PM
Let me reveal the ages here, start with me, I’m 44, Khansahab is 100, Awas is 24, Javed is 27, Abdul is 13, Munir is 30, DRC is 21.5, Sweetie is 22, Andheeke is 20, Omar is 23.
#189 by khansahab on January 5, 2009 - 7:15 PM
You got it right…ALMOST
Ba-kaouz, Awas and JAK are older than 24 and 27, and Abdul is 10.
#190 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 7:17 PM
Yeah and did I ever tell you guys that I was a jet setting model?!
#191 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 7:19 PM
Oh Khansahab, I thought Abdul was 13 because you just forwarded me an email which belongs to Abdul and you had the subject, “that’s what I get from a 13 year old!” You made me confused now -:(
#192 by Mohammed Munir on January 5, 2009 - 7:19 PM
LOL @ the ages.
#193 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 7:21 PM
Oh and whilst I remember, BBC 4 are showing some interesting programmes tonight.
8.30pm- An Islamic History of Europe
9pm- Islam and Science.
#194 by Mohammed Munir on January 5, 2009 - 7:25 PM
So Abdul reached the ‘double figures’, I thought he is 9 😉
#195 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 7:31 PM
I’m gonna record that programme
#196 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 7:34 PM
Munir, what can I say, why you guys are making me so confused? Awas says he is 16, Khansahab says he is 10, and you insist on 9, DRC treats him like 6, which one is the real age I wonder? I read his comments on politics and cricket pages and he seems very mature to me. I believe he is a 17 year old with the brains of a 30!
#197 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 7:38 PM
See you guys are still picking on Abdul.
And a few ofthe others I know their real ages anyway.
#198 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 7:38 PM
I agree…Abdul is very mature for his age. How can anyone fox anyone with googlies otherwise?
#199 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 7:40 PM
And JAK…how old?
#200 by Mohammed Munir on January 5, 2009 - 7:42 PM
My favourite ‘months’ are January, August, and November 8)
I hope the offer was on “first come first serve” basis 😀
Theossa … take you pick from the left overs 😉
#201 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 7:42 PM
For me…lower, lower not higher, higher.
U don’t know how to play your cards right.
#202 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 7:44 PM
same age range as you!Maybe a tad more inclined towards the 40’s
#203 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 7:44 PM
Ok Brucie…mid thirties!
#204 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 7:44 PM
Awas, I remember Abdul mentioned once that he is going to upload his wicket taking bowling videos on youtube, if you have the links please provide me. I will be able to see him in action and might also guess his age right.
DRC, very close! But I’m 44 -:)
#205 by Mohammed Munir on January 5, 2009 - 7:47 PM
JAK …. I guess 40 with the ‘mind’ of a teenager 😀
#206 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 7:47 PM
You greedy so and so…remember, I said ONE.
It’s not like having four wives here…OK! And January is taken already…listen, don’t try your luck with me.
#207 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 7:48 PM
Munir, I’m not able to look at the calendar yet which is supposedly full of beautiful ridges and valleys but I like spring and summer so there will be duel between us -:)
#208 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 7:49 PM
Theo…don’t believe you!
#209 by Sweetie on January 5, 2009 - 7:50 PM
HEYYYYYYYYYYY! Nooooo BF is BF ok! LOL
No more love for me!!
#210 by Mohammed Munir on January 5, 2009 - 7:51 PM
Oh one only, Ok then …. “August” for me.
Pakistan Zindabaad 😀
#211 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 7:53 PM
If you haven’t seen his leg-break then you ain’t seen noffin yet!
#212 by Mohammed Munir on January 5, 2009 - 7:53 PM
November is for Abdul, so no one touches it. *if Abdul did not/ could not take, then I will oblige*
#213 by khansahab on January 5, 2009 - 7:54 PM
Don’t let these jealous people come in the way of out BF-GF thingy 🙂
How could that cold hearted Theossa even think GF would leave me and go after Abdul?
#214 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 7:55 PM
You guys better be good gun slingers, remember I have a 0.45 caliber Colt and it creates a soft ball size exit wound! Anyone daring to take my JUNE?????
#215 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 7:56 PM
But…but, he’s so sweet…and why would you find him such a good video then???
#216 by Awas on January 5, 2009 - 7:58 PM
I love to see a good old fashioned duel…come on cowboy…I’ll be right behind you…
#217 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 7:58 PM
DRC, remember I’m very “seedha saadha” so why would I lie to you. People make themselves younger so I might be like 49 -:)
#218 by Mohammed Munir on January 5, 2009 - 7:58 PM
This time, June is ‘thunda’ month, so you better take a peek and select any other.
#219 by Mohammed Munir on January 5, 2009 - 8:00 PM
Yeah right, “Seedha Saadha” like a Jalaibee.
#220 by khansahab on January 5, 2009 - 8:01 PM
Seedha saadha like Shakti Kapoor 🙂
#221 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 8:01 PM
Khansahab, Sweetie became “Sweetie” again when I protested her being 3Ws so ready or not here I come.
Awas, I always felt you were the wisest of bunch. That guy Munir is dead man walking.
#222 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 8:03 PM
stop confusing me.
#223 by Mohammed Munir on January 5, 2009 - 8:08 PM
I am outta here guys …
#224 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 8:10 PM
DRC, I’m not making you confuse, these other guys are. My LS picture is like 16 years old when I used to sing:
Bahar ka nishaan hon
Abhi to mien jawan hon
#225 by khansahab on January 5, 2009 - 8:11 PM
Look what you did to Munir sahab, Theossa! He has left….
You should try that trick more often you know, maybe on some juveniles?
#226 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 8:15 PM
I didn’t know Munir was such a wussy -:) Come on Munir, I was just kidding I’m not gonna shoot ya.
#227 by khansahab on January 5, 2009 - 8:16 PM
….And you call yourself a Pathan???……..
#228 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 5, 2009 - 8:17 PM
You lot are mean for confusing. Apart from Khansahab 🙂
Awas and Khansahab watch those programmes if you can.
I’m offskis for the time being.
#229 by theossa on January 5, 2009 - 8:27 PM
Sweetie, look what DRC said before she left, “You lot are mean for confusing, apart from the cutie pie Khansahab, DRC blushes”. That looks very fishy to me, is she trying to snatch your BF? Most likely she is, so why not show her your wicked side which Javed mentioned once.
Guys I’m going after Munir, I promise I’ll get him back on LS sometime.
Have a nice day.
#230 by khansahab on January 5, 2009 - 8:35 PM
You’re just jealous cos people call me “seedha saadha” and you, a wicked wizard of the west…. 🙂
#231 by abdul on January 5, 2009 - 8:45 PM
Guys why are u having a discussion over my age which I have revealed so frequently in the past. I apprepciate the work u guys have done especially the likes of Awas and Theossa on supporting me on this blog.Thanks guys !
I think me and Theossa share someting in common which is being classified as “mathematics geeks”. Yes my strongest subject is Maths and am aiming highly in that subject. My favourite element of Mathematics is statistics. How about u Theossa. I’m guessing u require good algebra in engineering as well as Physics.
However, DRC and co thanks for the advice but please don’t look to show sympathy for me on this blog and treat me like a normal individual.
#232 by abdul on January 5, 2009 - 8:54 PM
Theossa,did u realise your displayed image appears first on google images ?
Mumhammed Munir,what’s your brother up to these days ?
#233 by Sweetie on January 5, 2009 - 9:32 PM
Hey BF, dont call Theo Wicked wizard of the west! LOL ( ure the only BF hehe)
Awas, i posted the vdo so it would help abdul remember the 99 names, nuthin more! lol
#234 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 5, 2009 - 9:47 PM
June kay ya June say? Munir
Iss hisaab say tou sirf 2 maheenay baki hain aapkay! 🙂
By default ……. the date is….?
Btw, on June there is a remix song that I’ve recently heard and its on youtube
June ka maosam, mast maheena
Chaand si gori ek haseena
Aankh may Kaajal Moonh pay Paseena
#235 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 5, 2009 - 9:51 PM
NO DRC, that sabz chai is green tea, the chai Awas is asking is the Kashmiri Doodh Putti the one with saffron, almonds and pistachio and it is pink because you mix hot and cold (chilled) and add air to the chai and thats how it changes colour.
When you mix hot and cold you say, Blow Hot Blow Cold. 🙂
#236 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 5, 2009 - 9:56 PM
In your language you call it MIND? We call it something else! 🙂
#237 by Awas on January 6, 2009 - 1:01 AM
It was good of you to remind us about that programme on BBC4. Islam’s many contributions to science are a wonderful legacy that we should be proud to be associated with but it’s a pity that we have been left far behind in the quest for further advancement. It was a good programme to watch. There a two more parts to it. The presenter, a professor at Cambridge but originally from Baghdad was quite at pains to compare the Baghdad of now and a centre of civilisation and knowledge then.
Did anyone else watch it?
The Mayor of London also presented a good one on Islam a while ago.
#238 by Awas on January 6, 2009 - 1:02 AM
Even b4 I read your comment above, I was going to suggest to you why don’t you follow on Theossa’s footsteps as you are the youngest and become a scientist and show the world how good you are. Did you know that Algebra was given to the world by Muslims? So, you are on good track with you interest in Maths. Theossa will be proud of you.
And don’t worry with a mind like yours we will treat you like an adult.
#239 by Mohammed Munir on January 6, 2009 - 3:52 AM
It seems the party continued till late, after I left 😉
I guess the ‘chief-guest’ was late 😀
Well my reason was ‘leaving’, was that I am in office now. (Hint… check the timings)
#240 by Mohammed Munir on January 6, 2009 - 7:40 AM
It can happen only in Indian Movies:-
BAGHBAAN: Amitabh Bachchan and Hema Malini are separated right after Holi remember Amitabh singing Holi khele Raghubeera? They are said to be separated for six months, i.e. from March to September. Within that six-month period, they celebrate Valentine’s Day, which falls on February 14, and karva chauth, which is usually observed in October. There is no way these two occasions could come between March and September.
LAGAAN: Lagaan was shot in the late 19th century. At the time, an over in cricket used to consist of 8 balls. But in this movie, an over has 6 balls. Maybe modern cricket learnt from the movie.
AMAR, AKBAR, ANTHONY: Three men donate blood at the same time to the same person.
AWWAL NUMBER: Dev Anand is an omnipotent genius – a former Cricketer, Captain, Army Chief, Commissioner, you name it. And Aamir Khan carries a huge transistor in his pocket while batting!
KHALNAYAK: The police tracks the villain from an MS Word Document screen! Something that office team will be interested in)
PYAR TO HONA HI THA: Kajol gets off the train to use the public toilet at the railway station and the train chugs off without her. Poor girl, little did she know that every train compartment has four toilets inside. ! ;
KHILADIYON KA KHILADI: Akshay Kumar boards a Jet Airways flight to America. Well, well, som! e promotion for our Indian Jet Airways. That Time Jet Airways wasn’t an International Flight. Or else we say that Movie was Pre -launched?
RAJA HINDUSTANI: Navneet Nishan has short hair before marriage. After tying the knot, she acquires waist-length hair overnight. What a hair-raising experience!
RAJA: Dilip Tahil empties a can of petrol over Madhuri Dixit. Minutes later, Sanjay Kapoor takes the same can and pours it over Dilip Tahil. That’s what I call an autofill!
GUDDU: Manisha Koirala and Shah Rukh Khan are seen hanging on a parachute during a song. But when the song ends, they land on a glider. What a
switch above sea level!
TERE MERE SAPNAE: Priya Gill is doing her BA. But at the bus stop, she is carrying an electrical technology thesis by B L Theraja. What an electrifying interest!
Have a nice time!
PS: You all can check with ABDUL for the verifications. 😉
#241 by theossa on January 6, 2009 - 2:49 PM
I’m glad you finally find out who your friends are on this blog and who “pretenders” are. I and Awas are your real friends while DRC is a pretender. It’s because Awas and I treat you like a man and DRC treats you like a little girl. Just look at what she wrote on her comment# 190, “It’s blaady freezing. Abdul just needs to put some extra layers on”. Now I know you can handle cold very well because what she is forgetting that you play cricket in all kind of weather, it’s a man sport. Nothing against DRC, she is a nice person but since I’m a “Seedha Saada” guy I wanted to be fair. I even think Khansahab treat you like a man. Guys have little banters here and there, but it’s normal among men. So I’ll say even Khansahab is your friend.
Yeah Physics, Geometry, algebra, and Calculus are important subjects in engineering. My favorite in Mathematics is Laws of Probability, it’s geeky and fun.
I have heard of classic leg spinner weapons like leg break, googly, and flipper but do you think a leg spinner can ball a doosra? I wonder.
Good one man! Most Indian movies are just plain garbage. I remember an old Indiana movie in which the actress said while crying, “I’m so unfortunate, my mother died before I was born and my dad died in an accident”. LOL.
Nothing personal, it’s just LS business -:)
#242 by Mohammed Munir on January 6, 2009 - 2:53 PM
My brother is playing with some local teams. In UAE, this good season for Cricket, as weather is nice and we get very hot summers and can only play well in winters.
A few days, my bank team (my own branch team, including ME) played some “Friendly” T10 games with a few teams of our own corporate customers and a team from our head office. This was like a Cricket Festival, with a lot of games/ fun/ food/ Music/ etc. etc. for our corporate customers and their families/ kids.
Last year we had a similar event at Sharjah Cricket Stadium (yes the original), but this year CBFS Stadium was busy and so we opted for another venue.
Sharjah Cricket Club (CBFS) is my own corporate relationship, and I often meet Mr. Abdul Rahman Bukhatir, in line of duty, as well as Mr. Zahid Noorani who is not only a customer but a personal friend too.
No, I did not play for UAE 😉
#243 by Vanilla Pod on January 6, 2009 - 2:59 PM
I would like to join the legslip ‘crew’ and look forward to happy blogging!!
Lots of love
#244 by theossa on January 6, 2009 - 3:09 PM
‘LS Crew’ welcomes and accepts you. Now get to the business by making all of us Vanilla Milk Shakes -:)
#245 by Awas on January 6, 2009 - 3:15 PM
Welcome to LS…tell us a bit about you. Even though Theoessa has smoked all kind of pods, so he may know…but lets us know anyway.
Ask Abdul any questions; he will let you know all about spinning.
Since you mentioned it, I too had my doubts about DRC’s sympathies 🙂
#246 by Mohammed Munir on January 6, 2009 - 3:43 PM
Vanilla Pod …
Welcome to the LS … man/ woman/ boy/ girl …. whateva ‘buddy’ 😉
See what Awas meant by giving your short intro…. it will help 😀
#247 by Mohammed Munir on January 6, 2009 - 3:45 PM
Vanilla “Ice Ice Baby” ….. Aahhh… those were the days 🙂
#248 by Vanilla Pod on January 6, 2009 - 3:58 PM
Thanks for the warm welcome Awas, Theossa and Mohd Munir (even tho Munir was reminiscing something icy, which infact reminded me of Dawlence ad, i think it was).
#249 by khansahab on January 6, 2009 - 4:04 PM
“Sharjah Cricket Club (CBFS) is my own corporate relationship, and I often meet Mr. Abdul”
So you have met Abdul in Sharjah? I always considered Abdul to be something of a “desert rose”…..
#250 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 6, 2009 - 4:22 PM
Awas: LOL @ ur comment “Even though Theoessa has smoked all kind of pods,”
Theo is more budnaam than bura! He is unpopular among the LS gals because of his Deer Hunting and Salmon Fishing expeditions and the way he describes his hunting galore with blood and gore like, a shikari, a machera and on top of that he is a Pathan living in the US and his blunt comments are depicting a wrong picture of him. Ask Natalie and she will tell you about his real self.
Btw, this POD is grown in Manchester UK.
#251 by Awas on January 6, 2009 - 4:27 PM
“desert rose”…..not only that…its all relativity…wait and see what he does to E = MC2 this little Einstein of the 21st century !!!
#252 by Awas on January 6, 2009 - 4:32 PM
“this POD is grown in Manchester UK”
Now you are getting me worried…after my experience of one pod like that…
#253 by Vanilla Pod on January 6, 2009 - 4:35 PM
People seem to be discussing a lot of Abdul, must be a very important figure on LS. hmm desert rose… a beautiful flowering plant but produces deadly toxin!
#254 by theossa on January 6, 2009 - 4:41 PM
Yeah Javed, my honesty and my “Seedha pun” has given me a bad boy reputation here on LS but the people who know me think different, chicks at my office call me sexy theossa and they sexually harass me all the time which I don’t mind -:)
Awas, you ever wonder why Abdul like Statistics? Because I think as a cricketer this subject comes natural to him and I bet in near future he’ll be a number wizard.
Also, if you had smoking that U.K. Pod at least you’ll be feeling better now. So don’t say no to smoking.
#255 by khansahab on January 6, 2009 - 4:44 PM
Welcome to LS.
Yeah Abdul is an important figure but he is not one of those that like attention!
#256 by abdul on January 6, 2009 - 4:54 PM
Thanks for the feedback guys.
Theossa,regarding your question of whether a leg spinner can bowl a doosra is being answered. Well a legspinner turns the ball away any how so a doosra doen’t really need to be applied and a legspinner could turn his leg break much more than bolwing a doosra. Therefore, a leg spinner to be an effective matchwinner will have to also try to master the googly and top spinner whereas bowling the doosra won’t really have much of an effect and pretty much just accomplishes his stock delivery.
Meanhile have u heard of the “jalibee ball”. I have created this ball. Well that one can probably be bolwed by a legspinner. However, I don’t look to have more than 3 variations as it becomes complicated and you are better of just keeping your game plan simple and looking to develop on those skills you’ve already developed.Unless your shane warne ofcourse !
#257 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 6, 2009 - 5:03 PM
I wonder how many twists and turns are there in a Jalibee Ball? Its like kabhee ball agay tou kabhee bowler aagay. Or, kabhee ball peechay tou batsman aagay aur kabhee wicketkeeper neechay tou ball oooper! Abdul have you ever heard of a Russ Gulla Ball and a Chapli Kebab Shot? Ask theossa he will show you the technique of how to extract the best of russ of a gulla ball and how to play with Chapli Kebab.
#258 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 6, 2009 - 5:08 PM
Btw, how do you fill the sheera in a Jalaibee? You fry the Jalaibee first and then you make the sheera separately and then take a syringe and a needle fill it with sheera and inject it in the Jalaibee. Viola …………………………….. there you go, Jalaibees are ready in a POD.
#259 by Awas on January 6, 2009 - 5:16 PM
Wow! “jalibee ball”.
That’s a new invention. What did I say about our little Einstein?
Go Abdul Go…
Here is a question: What are your best figures in a match and at what age?
#260 by theossa on January 6, 2009 - 5:20 PM
Abdul, what is a “Jalibee ball”? It can’t be a straighter one from a leg spinner as it is a jalibee, I wonder what it could be? My guess is it’s a conventional leg spin which swings in the air first? I don’t know about Russ Gulla ball which Javed mentioned but Chapli Kabab shot is played in Peshawar in which Batsman hook a bouncer over his head and top of the wicket keeper using the face of the bat. It’s a dangerous shot which need some terrific hand, eye, face, and back foot coordination but when you eat Chapli Kababs made in cow fat you don’t care anymore.
#261 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 6, 2009 - 5:31 PM
I watched the Islam and Science programme. It was interesting, however I have studied that at great length in Religious Studies and Philosophy.
It must have been an eye opener for those who did not know the extent of how prosporous our civilisation once was.
The Muslim world may not be as influnetial nowadays, with regards to medicine, but in the Middle Ages, they were considered revolutionary and so ahead of the barbarians in the Western World.
I watched it mith my parents and it was a bit embarrassing when the sexual connotations kept coming up.
P.s that comment about putting extra layers on was meant for Awas but I put Abdul’s name there by accident. Apologies.
I will stop being nice then 😦
P.p.s. I wouldn’t want to spoil the BF-GF relationship Theossa 😉
#262 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 6, 2009 - 5:40 PM
Awas mai dekh reha hoon now, you are asking him to describe his figure!
#263 by Awas on January 6, 2009 - 5:47 PM
Oh yeah, I didn’t understand why they said s*x can cause headaches?
Is that why women say…not tonight, I have a headache?
#264 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 6, 2009 - 5:50 PM
That was so embarrassing when they were talking about that. I ran out of the living room so fast and into the conservatory!
My parents started laughing.
Hmm yeh I guess maybe the saying originates from there. However, the way it was implied was that the headache was caused by it and not a pre-requisite.
#265 by theossa on January 6, 2009 - 5:55 PM
DRC, I wish I could trust your Innocence but “Eik nayam mien do tulwarien nahin reh suktien”. I’m the innocent of this blog and not you. But you know what? I’ll give the benefit of the doubt since all I care about to have peace and harmony on LS and no rifts between anyone.
Gotta go guys, have nice rest of the day.
#266 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 6, 2009 - 5:57 PM
Are you trying to tell us that you are not only Bholee but Sharmilee? Come on you are 21 or 22 now and your parents were even laughing, you should sit down and listen to the adult discussion otherwise how are you going to know about the realities of life?
#267 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 6, 2009 - 5:58 PM
Oh Pakhtoon Pekhowari
It is Mayaan and not nayam. 🙂
#268 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 6, 2009 - 6:01 PM
As you wish.
Have a nice day/evening.
I don’t care about th ‘realities’ of life. I know them but I don’t want to sit with my parents while people are talking about such baqwaas.
#269 by Awas on January 6, 2009 - 6:02 PM
U mean bees and the birds?
#270 by abdul on January 6, 2009 - 6:08 PM
Awas my best figures in a match are 5 wickets for 1 run in a t20. I was 15 when doing this but don’t rate it as my greatest bowling performance which was 3-47 in an adult game or 3-3 in a juniors game. I’ve had many great bowling performanes. Probably to many to choose.
My best ever game was when I scored 20 of 8 balls and took 2/2 in 3 overs in a school t20fixture. As regards to club it will probably be picking up 3 wickets and than scoring 40 odd to win the game. But overall bowling has been my priority and role for what I’m reknown for with batting being a bonus.
#271 by abdul on January 6, 2009 - 6:09 PM
This year I hope to capture 50 wickets in a club season as it’s my ambition. I’m fell just short in tha last 2 years !
#272 by Awas on January 6, 2009 - 6:10 PM
Well done Abdul!
Afridi eat your heart out…
#273 by Awas on January 6, 2009 - 6:13 PM
You gonna make even Maulvi Mushy jealous…
#274 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 6, 2009 - 6:15 PM
On the subject of speaking Punjabi and Urdu…. I think its on the cricket page……… never mind I will write here.
You all have said enough about national language and regional language and whether speaking Punjabi among non-punjabi audience is OK or not? Awas has made some sensible comments as usual. The point is …. courtesy demands even if one person in that group does not understand that language, people must speak in that language which is understood by all.
The educated and well off Punjabis not only want to speak in Urdu but they are more anxious to see their children speak good Urdu. Those who don’t care are obviously paindoos.
And, btw, this language problem is not restricted to Punjabi vs. Urdu and it is not just a Pakistani problem but, it is a global issue. For example here the French do the same as Punjabis and those French who are rich they send their kids to English medium schools, colleges and Universities. They even send them to the US for higher education and also have a second home in the US like, Florida and California (these are the two most popular destinations for the Canadian French population).
The Arabs here want the Jumma Sermon in Arabic only. Just because the Qur’an is in Arabic doesn’t mean the qutba must also be in Arabic only. Islam is not for Arabs only but, for everyone else on this planet earth i.e., whoever wants to be a Muslim. And, people cannot learn languages that easily, especially Arabic & French are very difficult not as much as Chinese and Japanese still very difficult for adults to comprehend it thoroughly. There is a difference between spoken Arabic and Nahavi or the classical and when you want to discuss serious issues its not easy to understand without translation.
The Chinese don’t care about any other language but, they are forced to learn French and they do learn it here and their kids are fluent in French. But, they also learn English because of the multicultural atmosphere.
#275 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 6, 2009 - 6:16 PM
I’m fell just short in tha last 2 years !
I am agree!
#276 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 6, 2009 - 6:20 PM
So do you wish to be with us when we do all this so-called “Baqwaas” btw it is bakwas 🙂
#277 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 6, 2009 - 6:22 PM
I speak bothe Punjabi and Urdu. What does that make me?!
#278 by khansahab on January 6, 2009 - 6:23 PM
Abdul, seriously I am think you mean business, I thought you didn’t mean it but you certainly know how to play cricket.
I am also impressed by your knowledge of cricket and spin bowling, I am agree actually that you should always keep your ambitions high and stamp your authority, whether it is playing cricket, or studying. Aim high.
You are young and I am wish you success in cricket and studies.
#279 by khansahab on January 6, 2009 - 6:25 PM
Even if you speak Punjabi all the time, you are not like a Paindoo.
It’s difficult to explain, but for eg you don’t say “I am agree”.
And you can reason, talk, you show maturity and you are sensible. You don’t stamp your authority whether it is cricket, politics, girls or boys, or studies.
#280 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 6, 2009 - 6:27 PM
Half a Paindoo
The point is not about speaking languages it is about behaving in public, displaying courtesy and modesty i.e., if in a Mehfil there are a few non-Punjabi speaking folks, do you speak ONLY in Punjabi? Or, you care about the other people who don’t understand and speak in Urdu or English which is understood by ALL.
#281 by Awas on January 6, 2009 - 6:28 PM
Reading khansahab’s comment 304, I finally understood the meaning of ‘stamp my authority’. You learn something everyday!!!
#282 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 6, 2009 - 6:30 PM
When you guys talk ‘baqwaas’ I just say chi chi and go read or do something else. What more can I expect from a male orientated board 🙂
I find it funny when people say I am sensible LOL, but if you say so.
You know when I was about 3 years old, I could not speak English, albeit the alphabet. My parents taught me Urdu/Punjabi first and I only started speaking fluent English at the age of 5.
When I was in nursery I used to talk in Urdu/Punjabi with the staff and teachers hehe. Taught them a thing or too as well 😀
#283 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 6, 2009 - 6:42 PM
Once again ……. like I said b4, there is no problem in speaking any language but when you “stamp your authority” on everyone by forcing people to listen to you in Punjabi only, then you are a paindoo. Bakaoz you don’t care about anyone else but the language you speak is more important to you than any other language or people.
Some Punjabi guy responded to a similar question by saying this:
kuch lokan di sochni eh hai k punjabi bolan da matlab hai dooji zubaan nu pare karna hai…par nahi…eh bahut waddi galat fehmi hai…na samjhi hai…punjabi bare lokan nu aware karan da matlab eh nahi k tusi Urdu nu chaddo…ehda matlab eh hai k jithe 2 punjabi khade ne oh aapis ch punjabi bolan…kyo k uhna dona di madari zubaan punjabi hai…je oh Urdu ch gal karan tan eh sharam naak hai…jithe dooja banda punjabi nahi hai..uthe tuhanu kise common bhasha ch gal karni payegi & uhde ch koi problem b nahi hai…
main aj kal dekhi ch reh riha…ethe zyada log Urdu bolan/samjhan aale milange…and mainu koi mushkil ya takleef nahi hai Urdu bolan ch…. par je main punjab javan te uthe ja ke Urdu bolan…eh te sharam di gal hai na ?
naale ik hor gal…shayad thonu thodi aaukhi lagge….par eh jihde lok punjabi chad k Urdu bolde ne…eh sakke Urdu de b nahi….mahol karke ya padai likhai karke…angreji ehna di wass ch nahi….nahi te ehna ne Urdu chad ke angreji te a jana….
This is the philosophy of a Paidoo and this is how he thinks!
#284 by vanilla pod on January 6, 2009 - 6:47 PM
yeh i so agree with you. This is somewhat a male oriented blog. Some messages are confusing as if they are sending each other subliminal messages, not to be understood by anyone else other than their own clan.
lol, to be honest I woudnt want to know what they actually mean…or refer to etc.
does anyone else think, jokes when said in punjabi are funnier than urdu?
#285 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 6, 2009 - 6:48 PM
In a non-punjabi mehfil I tend to speak English or if necessary Urdu.
If it is an aunty only mehfil, I stay quiet 😀
#286 by Awas on January 6, 2009 - 6:58 PM
I am glad you mentioned that…what you speak. I said the same in comment 93 on the main thread. I’m glad I am not the only one. Perceptions are worse than reality.
#287 by Awas on January 6, 2009 - 6:59 PM
About jokes…I don’t know the answer but what I can say is that it really comes down to how you say it. That’s most important.
#288 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 6, 2009 - 7:03 PM
LOL @ subliminal messages, VP we are not a clan, this is so typical of guys that they use a vocabulary which is common among guys only and gals seldom pay any heed to those expressions, connotations or whatever you may call them hence they don’t know what it means but, they are not subliminal messages.
For e.g., in Karachi when guys see a girl who is very smart they call her Gajjak and when they want to refer to a particular girl for whom one of his friends is head over heels, they say “tumharee Cutto” the word Cutto is so typical Karachiite that other than Karachi no one uses it.
Its like kids these days use words repeatedly
In one sentence there are ten likes! 🙂
#289 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 6, 2009 - 7:08 PM
I am agree on that……. Jokes sunanay walay per munhasar hai, chahay wo Punjabi may ho ya Urdu may ….. if you ask abdul to tell you a joke you might laugh without understanding it.
Punjabi guys say, in Punjabi Hurr Gull day 2 matlab haingay! O kainda, Cudd kay dikhao. Kainda…. Chudd do ina we 2 matlab hainge.
Well, thats sheer ignorance because in Urdu also they say;
Urdu itni shusta zubaan hai kay hurr baat kay Zoo mainay hotay hain
Poocha; nikal ker dikhao
Jawab mila: rehnay dou iskay bhee 2 mainay hain.
Now, it depends on who says what and how he presents it. Telling jokes is an art.
Rule number one is never tell jokes when you are sitting, stand up and say!
Don’t ask me why? 🙂
#290 by vanilla pod on January 6, 2009 - 7:09 PM
thanks for the clarification.
gajak lols its so funny, yummy stuff tho
yaadein tazah hogaein watan-e-aziz ki!
#291 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 6, 2009 - 7:13 PM
You should have seen Moin Akhtar’s TV programme in which he describes a girl who was famous as Gajjak.
One day she wears starched shalwar kameez and the guy yells:
Aaj tou kara ree hai Gajjak.
The next day she wears a loose shalwar kameez and the guy yells:
Aaj tou Burree hai Gajjak
The next day the girl brings her younger brother along and the guy yells:
Aaj tou BATASHAY ko sath layee hai Gajjak. 🙂
Watan-e-Aziz aur Yaad-e-Mazi Azaab hai ya rub
Cheen lay Mujh say pyjama mera
This is Hasrat Mohani’s sher not mine! 🙂
#292 by Vanilla Pod on January 6, 2009 - 7:20 PM
lols! thats very funny. batasha…(i wonder wht tht tastes like)
lol hasrat mohani’s sher, the detachment with pyjama would raise some eyebrows. wonder if the azaab was tht much traumatizing for him.
#293 by Awas on January 6, 2009 - 7:36 PM
Tell us about that name’s background. Some special liking for Vanilla? So, I guess you are not a chocolate person then?
Any interest in cricket?
#294 by Vanilla Pod on January 6, 2009 - 7:41 PM
Vanilla smells nice, thats why I chose this name. to be honest i couldnt think of any other ones (not very creative). I like chocolate too.
I like cricket, esp the 20-20s and one day cricket matches. they are colourful and fast. test matches i find very dull.
and jalebi ball and gol gappa ball etc i cant really differentiate (embarrassed).
#295 by Awas on January 6, 2009 - 7:55 PM
Vanilla, chocolate, goal gappa…not much left after that…Loll
We all like that stuff. Lately, I have been thinking of Kanji a lot. The one made out with purple (almost black) carrots that they make in a Matka with Kalwanji and what not in it. The drink of this stuff is tangy and lovely. If you still don’t know what it is ask your folks… Javed at least, I ‘m sure will know what I’m talking about.
The reason I was thinking of it lately is that recently in a Lebanese Rest. They served some of those carrots which were exactly the same. So, I guess we have a lot of influence from Arab food as well.
#296 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 6, 2009 - 8:07 PM
I think from now I do want to ‘stamp my authority’ and only converse in punjabi…:D
jay kissu nu koi maslaa vah, teh booha idaar hegaa va ———–>
#297 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 6, 2009 - 8:08 PM
#298 by theossa on January 6, 2009 - 8:35 PM
Folks just coming back from a meeting but thought some of you might find the following article useful.
Just because a product’s marketing gives it an aura of health doesn’t necessarily mean it’s good for you. Here, eight notorious health food impostors, plus smarter swaps that up the nutritional ante and still give you the flavor you crave.
Baked potato chips
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Gummy fruit snacks
Although these products may contain some juice, they’re usually nothing more than candy infused with vitamins. They also contain high fructose corn syrup, which is linked with obesity, and heart-unhealthy partially hydrogenated oils.
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Light ice cream
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‘Calorie-free’ spray margarine
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Nonfat salad dressing
Fat-free salad dressings are often packed with sugar — so your dressing may be loaded with calories. Ironically, a salad without fat is not living up to its potential. “You need a little fat to absorb vitamins A, D, E, and K and other nutrients,” says Katherine Tallmadge, RD, spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association.
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Do you remember the SnackWell’s craze? Low-fat cookies are still popular, and many dieters think they can indulge guilt free. The problem is that most of these snacks are made with extra sugar, which means they often have just as many calories as the full-fat version, if not more.
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Try: Kashi TLC Cookies. One cookie has 130 calories, 1.5 g sat fat, 4 g fiber.
100-calorie snack packs
You might want to skip these if you’re trying to lose weight. A recent study showed that people may eat more food and calories if the portions are presented in small sizes and packages. With smaller serving sizes, study participants didn’t feel the need to regulate their intake, so they ate more than one portion before feeling satisfied
#299 by Vanilla Pod on January 6, 2009 - 8:36 PM
its really interesting to see how people make different food dishes.
I recently had a nice dish made out of seekh kebabs mixed in gravy, which was scrumptious. it does involve a lot of mehnat as its a combination of two dishes mixed together.
i have never heard of kanji before. the only dish i know made out of carrots is gajar ka halwa 😀
#300 by Vanilla Pod on January 6, 2009 - 8:49 PM
OMG!! thanks for the eye opener
#301 by khansahab on January 6, 2009 - 9:20 PM
If you have eaten both Chicken Tikka Masala and Butter Chicken, which one do you prefer?
#302 by Vanilla Pod on January 6, 2009 - 9:32 PM
A very difficult question indeed..
I think chicken tikka masala can be eaten when ones craving for spicey stuff whereas butter chicken is creamy and ‘sondha’.
i will prefer chicken tikka masala
#303 by khansahab on January 6, 2009 - 9:34 PM
I’ve had Bundoo Khan in Gulshan, it was quite famous.
The best desi food I’ve had was in Silver Spoon (Kebab Roll), Javed ki Nihari (best nihari) and Student Biryani (unparalleled).
I heard Boti Kebab of Bundoo Khan was good.
#304 by Vanilla Pod on January 6, 2009 - 9:39 PM
student ki biryani..oh yes!!!
they take it out of a plate from the daig..yummy
#305 by khansahab on January 6, 2009 - 9:49 PM
There used to be a “King’s and Queen’s Pizza Parlour” in Gulshan and Tariq Road.
Does anyone know what happened to it?
Also, Mr Burger….I remember it was so tasty! Mr Burger ruled before McDonald’s and KFC took over.
#306 by khansahab on January 6, 2009 - 9:57 PM
Pizza Hut was super, totally agree with you.
I still remember the taste of their Chicken Tikka pizza, it is the best thing I ever had in my life.
I remember they used to come to our school with their Tikka Pizza and there used to be a long queue. Oh those were the days 🙂
Actually Omer, Kings and Queens were very good when they were around. They had these wonderful subs, and very good quality pizzas. The atmosphere was very good too, even though the pizza’s were not as expensive as Pizza Hut & Co, simpletons didn’t go to Kings and Queens.
#307 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 6, 2009 - 11:27 PM
Awas that Kanji is not Karachi delicacy but Lahore’s and its made from Shalgham or Shaljam with Kalonjee which is basically onion seed, yes its nice the pink water. The Arabic pink dill pickles are the same but not exactly the Pakistani version. The serve it as starters with Hummus and Mutabbal and they also put them in the Shawarma.
#308 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 6, 2009 - 11:30 PM
I had to go out for dinner right now otherwise I would have taken you all down in the memory lane by talking about HANIFIA’s HUNTER BEEF & Beef Burger.
#309 by Sweetie on January 6, 2009 - 11:41 PM
Did u guys not read Theo’s post on Healthy foods? lol
Theo, i trust DRC & mostly BF hehehe
#310 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 6, 2009 - 11:59 PM
Sweetie you sure about that :D?
#311 by Awas on January 7, 2009 - 12:10 AM
I knew you will know about kanji.
Yep those dill pickles, that’s what I meant. Believe me the taste is exactly the same. I trust my taste buds. I think the stuff they put in the pickled water cannot be much different.
Oh yeah, hunter beef. I loved it. We used to get it supplied from Karachi until they stared selling in Twilton market, Lahore.
#312 by Awas on January 7, 2009 - 12:14 AM
With such fleeting appearances, are u still in exile?
#313 by Sweetie on January 7, 2009 - 1:00 AM
DRC, Ummmm I’m sure about BF, but now im not so sure about u 😛 lol
#314 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 7, 2009 - 5:33 AM
Thank you for saying you prefer Chicken Tikka Masala over Butter Chicken BAKAOZ, this Butter Chicken is not authentic Moghul cuisine but, a recent creation by some amateur Bangladeshi restaurant cooks in the UK and North America to cater to the needs of Gora Aam Aadmi. Those ignorant blokes like the bland taste and they think its a spicy curry.
Generally the way they have been preparing Butter Chicken in restaurants is by using masala packets loaded with MSG and then adding a tin of evaporated milk in the end and let it simmer for a while. And, recently some of the cooks are using 15% cooking cream. They also use the same cream for Kofta Malai Makhani…….. another new jazzy name by Indian Restaurant Chefs.
The real authentic roghni murgh masala has disappeared and Butter Chicken has taken its place, because thats hard to make also, th various types of Koftas like, the kucchay keemay kay koftay and then the cooked keema pees ker koftay along with roasted chic peas and spices. Also, the stuffed koftay with onion, green chillies, green corriander and mint.
And the Nargisi Koftay (with egg stuffing) are hard to be seen these days. Neither the restaurant guys know how to cook nor the new generation Khawateen, they all rely totally and entirely on SHAN MASALA PACKETS and don’t know how to make the authentic koftay! Only a few well known gharanas keep the tradition alive and take pride in their cooking……. things like Pasanday, damm ka keema, Rampuri Stew, Taar Gosht, Achar Gosht, Do Piaza etc. are a rarity. Like, the Channa Daal Halwa topped with Chaandi ka warq and loaded with malai…………. 🙂
I don’t mind eating burgers or pizza once in a while but when it comes to good food, I prefer the traditional culinary cuisine and my taste buds are very pedigreed. I just cannot accept variations in the old traditional dishes. However, one can always create new recipes and keep on improvising and thats another thing. But, you cannot deviate from the original recipe of Yakhni Pulao by adding a packet of Shan Masala. Its criminal.
#315 by Mohammed Munir on January 7, 2009 - 6:20 AM
Theossa @ Comment No. 324 …
You missed the nutritional values of our famous half-a-kilo Chapali Kabab made with pure beef and tar-ba-tar (deeply) fried in wholesome cow’s charbee (fat), gratifyingly guzzled down with a meter long Naan 😉
Our Pakistani men while eating have only one philosophy … “Jo Raat Qaber (grave) Mein Likhy Hai, Wo Baher Ho Naheen Sakti”.
#316 by khansahab on January 7, 2009 - 11:10 AM
Javed A Khan
My dad has the same views on Yukhni Pulao, he makes it himself without any masala packets.
#317 by Vanilla Pod on January 7, 2009 - 11:52 AM
My mum makes koftay with green masala stuffed in the,. yummy stuff..it has green coriander, mint leaves and green chillies in them
#318 by khansahab on January 7, 2009 - 11:56 AM
I don’t like Koftay!
#319 by Vanilla Pod on January 7, 2009 - 11:57 AM
bandar kia jaanay adrak ka maza!
#320 by Awas on January 7, 2009 - 12:17 PM
“bandar kia jaanay adrak ka maza”! …loll Good one.
VP, the type of kofte you mention is mouthwatering. I love them too. Tell your mum to send me an invitation, next time she has a Daawat 🙂
My mum makes the most wonderful biriani that all relatives and friends admire…real authentic stuff made out of yakhni…nothing like what you get here at desi restaurants which is just rice added in slain gosht.
Lamb biriani is the authentic one, not chicken. I think the main difference in pilao and biriani is that a lot of milk and yoghurt is added in biriani and more work and delicate handling is involved in making it.
#321 by Awas on January 7, 2009 - 12:21 PM
And the other thing…the meat is supposed to be mainly lamb breast…the chickna type in that biriani yakhni not chops and stuff like that.
#322 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 7, 2009 - 12:26 PM
Please do not stereotype all ‘new generation khawateen’. None of the women in our family use packet masala and such substitutes in their cuisine. I have followed suit and I don’t use them either.
I won’t get in the way of your GF-BF rishta 🙂 He’s all yours 🙂
#323 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 7, 2009 - 12:33 PM
I think you should rephrase the last line. That just sounds wrong.
P.s. No I am not fighting, just merely clarifying something which Theo started 😀
#324 by khansahab on January 7, 2009 - 12:36 PM
Why, can a young man not like a hot aunty?
They say a woman can be a source of conflict between two men, but here our Theossa started a legendary battle between DRC and GF 🙂
When we have 16 year old girls saying they find 43 year old Shahrukh Khan attractive, can I not like this 45 year old aunty? 🙂
#325 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 7, 2009 - 12:40 PM
It sounds as if you are wanting TWO different women and one being your relative. Read it again. Maybe you need put it in speech marks?!
I know you want me to fight for you, but I can’t 😉
You can like the aunty. That is fine my me, but please do not imply something else.
I don’t knwo if you will understand what I am saying about the aunty reference 🙂
#326 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 7, 2009 - 12:47 PM
“But what I really want is Governor Salman Taseer’s missus….and my aunty ”
That sounds as if you want the Gov’s wife AND your aunty; not one and the same person.
I understand it was a joke, it just came out wrong. I think it must have sounded better in your head 😀
You can be mean to whoever you want, after yesterday I know you weren’t listening to what I was saying LOL.
#327 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 7, 2009 - 12:56 PM
Now you know how my English became successful LOL!
Silly, you should have just taken the and out and it would have made sense.
I have a soft spot for humankind. That said person is not a juvenile 😀 May be I need to divert my soft spot elsewhere?
P.s. my blocked nose has disappeared wooohhooo!
#328 by Awas on January 7, 2009 - 1:15 PM
I don’t know why women and Abdul don’t always get the jokes…only sometimes 🙂
khansahab, on this one I am right behind you. I wonder if there should be a prison for juvenile delinquents 🙂
#329 by Awas on January 7, 2009 - 1:17 PM
I like “you should have just taken the and out and it would have made sense”. Good one!
Sorry, I take my earlier comment back.
#330 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 7, 2009 - 1:37 PM
Yes khansahab you don’t like koftay because you are the spaghetti and meat ball generation 🙂
#331 by Awas on January 7, 2009 - 1:49 PM
Thought of the day:
There is definitely a generation gap… 🙂
#332 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 7, 2009 - 1:51 PM
DRC: “my blocked nose has disappeared wooohhooo!”
Oh my God DRC. And have you reported this matter to the police?
Now, lets see how many mistakes rather bloopers, Sweetie and Theo’s famous President George Dubiya made. Ermmmmmm they are countless but, lemme post a few of his butchered language bloopers.
# “Rarely is the question asked, is our children learning?”
# “There’s an old saying in Tennessee – I know it’s in Texas, probably in Tennessee – that says, fool me once, shame on – shame on you. Fool me – you can’t get fooled again.” – Sept. 17, 2002, in Nashville, Tenn.
# “Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we.” – Aug. 5, 2004, at the signing ceremony for a defense spending bill.
# “Too many good docs are getting out of business. Too many OB/GYNs aren’t able to practice their love with women all across this country.” – Sept. 6, 2004, at a rally in Poplar Bluff, Mo.
# “I remember meeting a mother of a child who was abducted by the North Koreans right here in the Oval Office.” – June 26, 2008, during a Rose Garden news briefing.
# “This thaw – took a while to thaw, it’s going to take a while to unthaw.” Oct. 20, 2008, in Alexandria, La., as he discussed the economy and frozen credit markets.
#333 by khansahab on January 7, 2009 - 1:53 PM
Dubiya is a bit like our Gillani saab, both are dull, incompetent and intellectual lightweights.
Gillani saab said,
“We are totally agree with our Turkish brothers”
#334 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 7, 2009 - 2:00 PM
DRC – I don’t know your family so my comments are not directed towards your family but, trust me more than 90% of the people use Shan Masala Packets and they proudly say that. And thats why the food taste just the same if you go from one house to the other. But, there are a few who are home proud and kitchen proud who use everything from scratch. You eat in desi restaurants they do the same and over here in desi restaurants, whenever you order biryani you see the food colour instead of saffron, I don’t understand why they do it, because here you can afford saffron, its not too expensive as compared to India / Pakistan.
Anyways, I didn’t read the comment from VP when she wrote Bandar kya janay adrak ka mazaa? Thats very apt but, khansahab might ask what is adrak? Like my niece once asked ‘what are you cooking?’ I said, I am making bhindi and she asked what is bhindi? And in the meantime she came near the cooker and saw bhindi in the karai and said, “Oh……. Lady fingers ! “
#335 by khansahab on January 7, 2009 - 2:16 PM
I know adrak is garlic or ginger.
I think Lassan is garlic.
#336 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 7, 2009 - 2:19 PM
Awas “Kiowoon Javed?”
You don’t have to put me in a situation where the khawateens get embarrassed, you must have seen there is already a Digitally Recorded Computer message telling me to stop stereotyping about Khwarteens. 🙂
Traditionally Yakhni pulao is made from beef and not lamb and, yes the breast meat (not chops) are used because of the fatty type…..chewable bones which in case of beef are more meaty than lamb. However, I also add the shank meant to the Pulao because that doesn’t have the raisha (fiber) or threads and it tastes good. They say the test of a good pulao is you don’t need anything else, not even raita to eat with. Whereas, biryani without raita is “kimpossible” to imagine.
I never eat biryani at restaurants because of the food colour they use and also, you have said it right, “its saalan with rice” in the traditional biryani there is no red chilly powder, the colour of the saffron should not dominate it should be partially saffronish and white. And, the rice must not be sticky but, “khilwa” and yet very tender and soft.
#337 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 7, 2009 - 2:28 PM
LOL…. I was right about khansahab he was not sure whether it is garlic or ginger but finally he guessed it right. VP, thats what we say “hara masala” stuffed in Koftay. Also the same ingredients plus a little adrak and lemon is added for making stuffed shami kebabs. Actually the original shami kebabs from Syria does not have any stuffing. Its the Iranians and later us desis started stuffing hara masala in the shami kebabs and the Iranians gave a name “Shikam Purr Kebabs” Shikam means stomach and Purr is filled.
Its time for Paratha breakfast and then off to work…… Theo what kinda sandwich you have for lunch today? Same old Tuna? 😦
#338 by vanilla pod on January 7, 2009 - 3:02 PM
DRC is constantly reminding me of Mr. Darcy from pride and prejudice, not cos of the character or anything but just how you say the names
#339 by vanilla pod on January 7, 2009 - 3:06 PM
oh i remember during my undergrad degree, i used to go to my SU to have sandwiches. you could get as many fillings as u would like just for £1.99. You could get bagels too.
(i am not greedy, even tho i may sound like a lalchi insaan)
#340 by Vanilla Pod on January 7, 2009 - 4:07 PM
here! see if your personality matches with the traits described for the month you were born in
handsome. Loves to dress up. Easily bored. Fussy. Seldom shows emotions. Takes time to recover when hurt. Sensitive. Down-to-Earth. Stubborn.
Abstract thoughts. Loves reality and abstract. Intelligent and clever. Changing personality. Attractive. Sexiest out of everyone. Temperamental. Quiet, shy and humble. Honest And loyal. Determined to reach goals. Loves freedom. Rebellious when restricted. Loves aggressiveness. Too sensitive and easily hurt. Gets angry really easily but does not show it. Dislikes unnecessary things. Loves making friends but rarely shows it. Horny. Daring and stubborn. Ambitious. Realizing dreams and hopes. Sharp. Loves entertainment and leisure. Romantic on the inside not outside. Superstitious and ludicrous. Spendthrift. Tries to learn to show emotions.
Attractive personality. Sexy. Affectionate Shy and reserved. Secretive. Naturally honest, generous and sympathetic. Loves peace and serenity. Sensitive to others. Great kisser. Easily angered. Trustworthy. Appreciative and returns kindness. Hardly shows emotions. Tends to bottle up feelings. Observant and assesses others.
Suave and compromising. Funny and humorous. Stubborn. Very talkative. Calm and cool. Kind and sympathetic. Concerned and detailed. Loyal. Does work well with others. Very confidant. Sensitive. Positive Attitude. Thinking generous. Good memory. Clever and knowledgeable. Loves to look for information. Able to cheer everyone up and/or make them laugh. Able to motivate oneself and others. Understanding. Fun to be around. Outgoing. Hyper. Bubbly personality. Secretive. Boy/girl crazy. Loves sports, music, leisure and traveling. Systematic. Hot but has brains.
Stubborn and hard-hearted. Strong-willed and highly motivated. Sharp thoughts. Easily angered. Attracts others and loves attention. Deep feelings. Beautiful physically and mentally. Firm Standpoint. Needs no motivation. Shy towards opposite sex. Easily consoled. Systematic (left brain). Loves to dream. Strong clairvoyance. Understanding. Sickness usually in the ear and neck. Good imagination. Good physical. Weak breathing. Loves literature and the arts. Loves traveling. Dislike being at home. Restless. Not having many children. Hardworking. High-spirited.
You’ve got the best personality and are an absolute pleasure to be around. You love to make new friends and be outgoing. You are a great flirt and more than likely have an a very attractive partner. a wicked hottie. It is also more than likely that you have a massive record collection. You have a great choice in films, and may one day become a famous actor/actress yourself – heck, you’ve got the looks for it!!!
Fun to be with. Secretive. Difficult to fathom and to be understood. Quiet unless excited or tensed. Takes pride in oneself. Has reputation. Easily consoled. Honest. Concerned about people’s feelings. Tactful. Friendly. Approachable. Emotional temperamental and unpredictable. Moody and easily hurt. Witty and sparkly. spazzy at times. Not revengeful. Forgiving but never forgets. dislikes nonsensical and unnecessary things. Guides others physically and mentally. Sensitive and forms impressions carefully. Caring and loving. Treats others equally. Strong sense of sympathy. Wary and sharp. Judges people through observations. Hardworking. No difficulties in studying. Loves to be alone. Always broods about the past and the old friends. Waits for friends. Never looks for friends. Not aggressive unless provoked. Loves to be loved. Easily hurt but takes long to recover.
Outgoing personality. takes risks. feeds on attention. No self-control. Kind hearted. Self-confident. Loud and boisterous. VERY revengeful. Easy to get along with and talk to. Has an “every thing’s peachy” attitude. Likes talking and singing. Loves music. Daydreamer. Easily distracted. Hates not being trusted. BIG imagination. Loves to be loved. Hates studying. in need of “that someone”. Longs for freedom. Rebellious when withheld or restricted. Lives by “no pain no gain” caring. Always a suspect. Playful. Mysterious. “charming” or “beautiful” to everyone. stubborn. curious. Independent. Strong willed. A fighter.
Active and dynamic. Decisive and haste but tends to regret. Attractive and affectionate to oneself. Strong mentality. Loves attention. Diplomatic. Consoling, friendly and solves people’s problems. Brave and fearless. Adventurous. Loving and caring. Suave and generous. Usually you have many friends. Enjoys to make love. Emotional. Stubborn. Hasty. Good memory. Moving, motivates oneself and others. Loves to travel and explore. Sometimes sexy in a way that only their lover can understand.
Loves to chat. Loves those who love them. Loves to takes things at the center. Inner and physical beauty. Lies but doesn’t pretend. Gets angry often. Treats friends importantly. Brave and fearless. Always making friends. Easily hurt but recovers easily. Daydreamer. Opinionated. Does not care to control emotions. Unpredictable. Extremely smart, but definitely the hottest AND sexiest of them all.
Trustworthy and loyal. Very passionate and dangerous. Wild at times. Knows how to have fun. Sexy and mysterious. Everyone is drawn towards your inner and outer beauty and independent personality. Playful, but secretive. Very emotional and temperamental sometimes. Meets new people easily and very social in a group. Fearless and independent. Can hold their own. Stands out in a crowd. Essentially very smart. Usually, the greatest men are born in this month. If you ever begin a relationship with someone from this month, hold on to them because their one of a kind.
This straight-up means you are the most good-looking person possible… Better than all of these other months! Loyal and generous. Patriotic. Competitive in everything. Active in games and interactions. Impatient and hasty. Ambitious. Influential in organizations. Fun to be with. Easy to talk to, though hard to understand. Thinks far with vision, yet complicated to know. Easily influenced by kindness. Polite and soft-spoken. Having lots of ideas. Sensitive. Active mind. Hesitating tends to delay. Choosy and always wants the best. Temperamental. Funny and humorous. Loves to joke. Good debating skills. Has that someone always on his/her mind. Talkative. Daydreamer. Friendly. Knows how to make friends. Abiding. Able to show character. One guy/girl kind of person. Loveable. Easily hurt. Prone to getting colds. Loves music. Pretty/handsome. Loves to dress up. Easily bored. Fussy. Seldom shows emotions. Takes time to recover when hurt. Sensitive.
#341 by theossa on January 7, 2009 - 4:17 PM
Vanilla iPod, Two thumbs up!
I’m born of June 3 and your June personality traits mimic all my good traits. Why they never talk about the bad traits? Oh, I don’t have any -:)
#342 by khansahab on January 7, 2009 - 4:17 PM
Interesting stuff VP!
#343 by khansahab on January 7, 2009 - 4:19 PM
See I didn’t know you were born in June but I told you of so many traits this article confirms you have got!
#344 by vanilla pod on January 7, 2009 - 4:25 PM
thank you khansahab and theossa
#345 by theossa on January 7, 2009 - 4:29 PM
LOL Khansahab, this is just cheesy stuff to make people happy. If it was true then just think about Munir was also born in June (pun intended -:)
#346 by Awas on January 7, 2009 - 4:30 PM
It’s August for me but I see something that applies to me mentioned in every month.
Do people really believe this stuff?
#347 by vanilla pod on January 7, 2009 - 4:48 PM
I dont believe in this stuff, but I dont mind reading what it says about the month i was born in 🙂
#348 by theossa on January 7, 2009 - 4:53 PM
LOL khansahab, the July months has the following traits: Concerned about people’s feelings, Not revengeful, Sensitive and forms impressions carefully, Caring and loving.
I think Abdul will disagree with that -:)
#349 by khansahab on January 7, 2009 - 5:02 PM
I think Abdul should disagree with that, because if he was to agree he might say, “I am agree”.
Seriously though, I haven’t been that harsh on Abdul. I can assure you Abdul has not seen my vengeful side yet 🙂
Jokes apart, that info contains my fair share of bad qualities too. And unlike someone I know, it doesn’t say I have the looks of a movie star 😦
#350 by theossa on January 7, 2009 - 5:09 PM
Javed @ 365
Ok, that was Bush then, what you say now? We have a president who is eloquent and has an intoxicating personality. The new Messiah as German newspaper described him -:)
#351 by theossa on January 7, 2009 - 5:16 PM
Khansahab, I forgot to mention another July trait which you definitely don’t possess i.e. Strong sense of sympathy. This trait definitely belongs to DRC.
told you so about DRC -:) Look at her August traits: takes risks, No self-control, Has an “every thing’s peachy” attitude, and the traits that need good attention: in need of “that someone”, Always a suspect
#352 by khansahab on January 7, 2009 - 5:24 PM
I know it’s hard but please come up with a GOOD trait of mine too!
#353 by Awas on January 7, 2009 - 5:26 PM
Now that I have blurted out my birth month, who is gonna send me birthday cards?
Here is why I said it is rubbish by analysing my month:
“Outgoing personality”….rubbish…I’m more homely type. I only love travel.
“takes risks”….sometimes…we all do.
“feeds on attention”. …YES! 🙂 Don’t we all?
“No self-control”…complete rubbish.
“Loud and boisterous”…I don’t think so.
“VERY revengeful”…. Not so far.
“Easy to get along with and talk to”….yep!
Has an “every thing’s peachy” attitude…don’t know that!
“Likes talking and singing”….no singing…only listening
“Easily distracted”….only for LS 🙂
“Hates not being trusted.”…YEP!
“BIG imagination”…. If you say so!
“Loves to be loved”…. Definitely, who doesn’t?
[in need of “that someone”. Longs for freedom. Rebellious when withheld or restricted. Lives by “no pain no gain” caring. Always a suspect. Playful. Mysterious. “charming” or “beautiful” to everyone. stubborn. curious. Independent. Strong willed. A fighter.] …Now its getting too much, I give up.
In the same way, I can easily analyse at least one or two people here. Any volunteers?
#354 by theossa on January 7, 2009 - 5:34 PM
Khansahab, since you asked me here it is:
DRC and Sweetie pay attention -:)
Khansahab has brilliant intelligence (you might know this already) for just a 21 year old. The thing you don’t know about him is: he has quite a personality to go with it, attractive face with high cheek bones, and large illuminated eyes. A lady killer by default -:)
#355 by theossa on January 7, 2009 - 5:37 PM
Awas, analyze Abdul since he is a mysterious fella.
#356 by theossa on January 7, 2009 - 5:42 PM
Wow Khansahab that’s some ferocious hit on Pak girls! Why you think they are not intelligent?
#357 by khansahab on January 7, 2009 - 5:46 PM
Javed A Khan once remarked, and I agreed that “Sarra ussan Punjab mai hai….but they are beauties without brains…..”
And you know my favourite poem:
Sarra ussan Punjab mai hai
Par Punjab da dill Lahore hai
Ba-kaouz Lahore Lahore hai……
#358 by theossa on January 7, 2009 - 5:51 PM
Khansahab , I’m disappointed that you and Javed think all Punjabi girls are brainless. That’s generalization and I protest!
#359 by Sweetie on January 7, 2009 - 5:53 PM
Theo, nuthing i wasn’t aware of 😛
BF, i wasn’t fightin with DRC.. no way! lol Like i said , ull always be BF.
Javed, our dumbass pres. … what can i say about him.. He’s gonna be missed dearly.. By the late night show hosts ! LOL
#360 by theossa on January 7, 2009 - 6:02 PM
Agreed Khansahab, I especially like the beauties from Multan, there is something about them, the way they look and they way they talk Siraikee, very salty -:)
#361 by Awas on January 7, 2009 - 6:11 PM
Thank you khansahab!
But, I just repeat what Theossa said earlier:
“LOL khansahab, this is just cheesy stuff to make people happy”.
In my own words I would say this though:
I believe, a person who praises others and appreciates the good traits in others is in fact a bigger person..
I guess that’s the reason you praise Abdul less because you don’t really consider yourself better than him 🙂 He is a wizard of (cricketing) oz.
#362 by theossa on January 7, 2009 - 6:19 PM
Khansahab, about fair skinned ladies, “ghur ke murghi daal braber”.
#363 by theossa on January 7, 2009 - 6:30 PM
Awas, you know when we’ll be old and smoking a “Hoqqa” full of opium, sitting in a “Charpai”, coughing our lungs out, Abdul will be destroying batting lines all around the World with his googly, jalibee, and what not. Too bad he’s British, what a loss to Pakistan! Shame on you Zardari.
#364 by Awas on January 7, 2009 - 6:39 PM
“Hoqqa”…may be not…I’m never gonna move away from my ‘peace pipe’.
….yeah, a big loss…Zardari shame on you for not spotting a real gem.
#365 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 7, 2009 - 6:57 PM
LOL Theo I am so not out of control. You also do not have to ‘sell’ Khansahab’s admirable qualities. I know about them already 😉
I am glad you got my earlier message, correcting Khansahab. :_
Yeh I reported my blocked nose missing 😦 Police said they can’t do anything about it
#366 by khansahab on January 7, 2009 - 6:57 PM
Didn’t really get what you meant by comment 399…I know that Urdu phrase means that one doesn’t appreciate some good thing in his own house…..but I don’t get how that applies to our discussion?
#367 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 7, 2009 - 7:01 PM
Outgoing personality. takes risks. feeds on attention. No self-control. Kind hearted. Self-confident. Loud and boisterous. VERY revengeful. Easy to get along with and talk to. Has an “every thing’s peachy” attitude. Likes talking and singing. Loves music. Daydreamer. Easily distracted. Hates not being trusted. BIG imagination. Loves to be loved. Hates studying. in need of “that someone”. Longs for freedom. Rebellious when withheld or restricted. Lives by “no pain no gain” caring. Always a suspect. Playful. Mysterious. “charming” or “beautiful” to everyone. stubborn. curious. Independent. Strong willed. A fighter.
I only agree with 10-11 of those statements.
Awas and Theo don’t worry birthday cards will be in the post 🙂
#368 by khansahab on January 7, 2009 - 7:02 PM
I think we should only post birthday cards to those people who tell us of their “years of birth” too.
#369 by Awas on January 7, 2009 - 7:05 PM
I mentioned it higher above 1740…
#370 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 7, 2009 - 7:06 PM
Now, now..we do not want to embarrass these ‘gentlemen’ 🙂
#371 by theossa on January 7, 2009 - 7:08 PM
Yeah Awas too bad, why don’t Zardari, ISI, and Salim Altaf look for emerging talent in cricket? Our team needs some young blood. Why not put an “F Contract” (future prospect) together and pay young talent like Abdul, Mohd Amir, Saeed
Awas, what country will Abdul play for if Pakistan wants to bring him back? I hope he says yes to such an offer.
Where are you? Look, what DRC wrote in her comment# 402 which should have been comment# 420, she said, “You also do not have to ’sell’ Khansahab’s admirable qualities. I know about them already, winks”. What’s going on here?
You believe me now?
Show yourself, which qualities you possess? I bet you are not going to tell us because Wicked Witch of West will be all over you -:)
#372 by Sweetie on January 7, 2009 - 7:14 PM
I guess im very trusting. I did read the comment but didn’t think much of it until u pointed it out. Thanks
I wont be all over DRC, u see i AM straight HAHAHA
#373 by Awas on January 7, 2009 - 7:17 PM
“I wont be all over DRC”
Now you will have BF huffing… 🙂
#374 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 7, 2009 - 7:19 PM
Outgoing personality- Yes
takes risks- Sometimes
feeds on attention- Don’t like attention
No self-control- Have plenty of self control 🙂
Kind hearted- I would like to think so
Self-confident- Only when I know I am right lol
Loud and boisterous- Not really, but quite lively amongst those I feel comfortable with
VERY revengeful- total opposite
Easy to get along with and talk to- yes
Has an “every thing’s peachy” attitude- sometimes, so others donot worry about me Likes talking and singing- yes, even though I am a can’t sing
Loves music- yes
Easily distracted- yes
Hates not being trusted- yes
BIG imagination- sometimes, passes time in lectures 😀
Loves to be loved- yes
in need of “that someone”-eventually
Longs for freedom- nope, why lomg for something you already have
Rebellious when withheld or restricted- hmmm can be, depends on situation
Lives by “no pain no gain”=sometimes
Always a suspect- yeh mum always thinks I am the one to blame when something goes wrong lol
Playful- yeh with my little cousins
Mysterious- don’t think I am
“charming” or “beautiful” to everyone- nope
curious-to some degree
A fighter- nope
#375 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 7, 2009 - 7:21 PM
Theo just wants us to fight. Please don’t be all over me, I am straight as well lol.
#376 by Awas on January 7, 2009 - 7:22 PM
You have almost said how I analysed it above.
I don’t believe a word of such rubbish.
#377 by theossa on January 7, 2009 - 7:24 PM
Sweetie, “La hola wala quuwat”, I didn’t mean literally all over DRC, you have such a sick imagination but I’m pleased that you know the “Real DRC” now.
DRC and Khansahab
I’m 44 years old and born on June 3rd so do a little math. Oh, I’m too old my back hurts so I’m gonna do some stretching. Ehhhhh, it feels good.
You actually said yes to almost all of them so I was quite right. Plus you said you are “Easy”, I mean to talk to and such -:)
#378 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 7, 2009 - 7:24 PM
Awas, what date is your birthday?
#379 by Awas on January 7, 2009 - 7:27 PM
Can I whisper?
#380 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 7, 2009 - 7:29 PM
P.s. you have me soooo wrong
Awas, if you don’t want to write it here, you can email me later 🙂 along with your bank account details, address and anything else you want to share 🙂
#381 by khansahab on January 7, 2009 - 7:33 PM
Awas in an accountant so he doesn’t need you to “analyse” his finances.
Thanks for offering to help anyway 🙂
#382 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 7, 2009 - 7:36 PM
I thought Awas might want to help the DRC student fund.
P.s. that was pretty good for you hahaha. I’m still laughing
#383 by theossa on January 7, 2009 - 7:37 PM
I just remember I might be 46 years old, just wanted to be honest.
Gotta go guys, have a nice day.
#384 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 7, 2009 - 7:41 PM
Allah Hafiz Theossa Uncle…
#385 by Vanilla Pod on January 7, 2009 - 7:42 PM
tell us about how you got this name. it seems like having a greek or latin descent. something like medussa..hehe but instead of serpents coming out of the head there is sumthing coming out of the mouth…
#386 by khansahab on January 7, 2009 - 7:43 PM
It might be a word of Pushtu 🙂
#387 by Awas on January 7, 2009 - 11:04 PM
Lol @ analysing finances… But I do need a shrink though to ‘analyse this’. Any offers?
By the way, DRC scored another one on you when she said “P.s. that was pretty good for you hahaha”. First it was “and” wala and now this. Wow!
Humm…something tells me she is not really what she makes out to be. I am beginning to believe Theossa what he says about DRC.
“it seems like having a greek or latin descent”
Well, obviously we all have the genes of Alexander The Great from his conquests ever since he passed through that Khyber Pass” 🙂
#388 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 7, 2009 - 11:13 PM
I wouldn’t feel comfortable saying those comments to other LS members, I don’t mind saying it to Khansahab as I know him :).
By the way, if you want to be analysed, I can offer my services as I studied psychology at A’level 😀
Oh gosh…you are going to believe Theo?!
*shock horror/passes out*
#389 by Awas on January 7, 2009 - 11:31 PM
I need khansahab’s permission first.
#390 by khansahab on January 7, 2009 - 11:32 PM
Go ahead but please don’t brainwash him 🙂
#391 by Vanilla Pod on January 7, 2009 - 11:39 PM
i also studied psychology at A levels…my services are open too.
and ofcourse i certainly have greek genes in me…pathani i am!
#392 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 7, 2009 - 11:40 PM
Hmm ok why did you need Khansahab’s permission hehe?
Ok what would like me to analyse Awas? 😀
P.s. Khansahab, as if I would do anything like that
#393 by Awas on January 7, 2009 - 11:58 PM
DRC / VP
Now two is a company but three is a crowd. So, no more than two please…(oh, my God its two).
And the other thing…two heads are better than one even if one of them is yours 🙂
I’ll express my symptoms laters. Le’me sleep over it…
#394 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 8, 2009 - 12:01 AM
I will let VP go ahead and analyse you in that case 🙂
Shabba khair/Allah Hafiz
#395 by Vanilla Pod on January 8, 2009 - 12:02 AM
Awas has very conveniently closed the issue.
however i could analyse khansahab’s psyche…
#396 by Vanilla Pod on January 8, 2009 - 12:03 AM
sweet dreams DRC x
#397 by Sweetie on January 8, 2009 - 12:04 AM
Hmmmm… Theooooo u were right!!! @ DRC’s comment ‘I don’t mind saying it to Khansahab as I know him :).’!!
BF, u have to pick NOW! . Either tat or i dump u lolllll
Awas u can be BF! lol
#398 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 8, 2009 - 12:08 AM
I’m going to become a nun. you can whoever you want Sweetie.
#399 by Awas on January 8, 2009 - 12:14 AM
I am an open book. More tomorrow…
#400 by Vanilla Pod on January 8, 2009 - 12:16 AM
good nite awas sweet dreams
#401 by Mohammed Munir on January 8, 2009 - 5:30 AM
LOL @ Theossa …
Good you explained that it was just a ‘pun intended’ kinda comment.
What applies to one Gemini, have to apply to another … right?
But, we both may have different ways of fun and entertainments, as I can’t kill ‘dears’ in a desert 😉
#402 by Awas on January 8, 2009 - 12:13 PM
I hope u are not talking about Sweetie, DRC or VP here…as you have never called Abdul or any of the other guys Dear before 🙂
#403 by Awas on January 8, 2009 - 12:15 PM
And just you remember there is only one Deer Hunter…
#404 by Mohammed Munir on January 8, 2009 - 3:12 PM
There may be one ‘Deer’ Hunter ….. But there are surely many ‘Dear’ Hunters around 😉
#405 by Awas on January 8, 2009 - 3:36 PM
I knew there was something fishy in your intentions…I hope Bhabi doesn’t look at LS.
Girls be warned there is someone other than a Deer Hunter out on a hunt 🙂
#406 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 8, 2009 - 3:43 PM
Thankfully, I am a Nun, so I am safe! 😀
#407 by Awas on January 8, 2009 - 3:47 PM
Aaah, DRC, I am disappointed. I was only joking…Munir is a good man!
#408 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 8, 2009 - 3:49 PM
I know you were joking, fikar not!
#409 by Awas on January 8, 2009 - 4:06 PM
I’m happy when we all understand 🙂
Ye sub prossi waalley aaj kidher gaye…?
#410 by Mohammed Munir on January 8, 2009 - 4:16 PM
Fikar Naat ….
Actually, I am a ‘non’-hunter only 😉
#411 by Vanilla Pod on January 8, 2009 - 6:32 PM
i think sab prossy walay scared hogaye…of getting hunted
#412 by Vanilla Pod on January 8, 2009 - 6:33 PM
oh im sorry, awas i couldnt understand what prossi is..i just wrote it thinking it was parosi as in neighbours..hehe sorry
#413 by Awas on January 8, 2009 - 6:44 PM
Hey VP…good to see people are returning. Lol @ “getting hunted”.
I never pride myself writing Urdu in English words…but yeah you sussed it right it’s the same prossi. In other words bajoo waaley 🙂
Actually, why should “prossi” be as “parosi”? There is no sound of an A when you actually say the word or even when you write in Urdu.
#414 by Vanilla Pod on January 8, 2009 - 6:47 PM
i dunno awas, my knowledge is meagre about everything..u r prolly right..i think i say it wrong cos i take out an A ki sound in prossi..hehe
#415 by Awas on January 8, 2009 - 6:53 PM
“my knowledge is meagre about everything”. Yeah right….as though I really believe you!!!
You make me sound like as though I’m an Urdu scholar…I can only wish 🙂
#416 by Awas on January 8, 2009 - 6:56 PM
Hang about…I need to smoke a peace pipe…more laters ”I’ll be back”
#417 by vanilla pod on January 8, 2009 - 7:11 PM
wish all you want awas!!! the best part is that its completely freeee!!!!
#418 by Awas on January 8, 2009 - 7:35 PM
Ok, you two psychoanalysts, I wasn’t running away, so here is the problem:
First, I need a head examined, but it’s not mine (and I promise you it’s not Abdul the wizard’s either).
My symptoms are:
– Toota hua dill
– Victim of being stabbed in the back
– Generally not interested in anything and everything
– Searching for any light-hearted moments/jokes
– Other than that if you haven’t sussed much from my comments then what can I say?
Diagnosis and treatment please?
Watch out, as I hope you psychiatrists are not going to get trumped by a non psychiatrist like Theo or Sweetie 🙂
#419 by vanilla pod on January 8, 2009 - 7:41 PM
if you were in an indian movie, your best friends dialogue would be: ‘tumhay pyar hogaya hai raj/rahul’
but thankfully since you are not, i would like you to confirm if it is your own head you are talking about.
#420 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 8, 2009 - 7:48 PM
Hmm you sau it is not your head which needs examining, yet you say they are your symptoms?! hehe
I think you do not need psychoanalysis as such for this.
I have a few things to do, but will give you a detailed response, albeit later.
Hope you’re all well 🙂
#421 by Awas on January 8, 2009 - 7:52 PM
“if it is your own head”
No way José no, not mine…that’s why I said “I need a head examined, but it’s not mine” 🙂 A bit of a riddle isn’t it? I just threw that in to confuse you lot…Loll
#422 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 8, 2009 - 7:55 PM
Yesterday, I was not only busy at work, but Mother Nature played havoc here with 30 cm snow and it was very windy so, coming back home from work was painfully slow. Its not that cold just -7C but, it was windy and blowing snow, even ice pellets and still its snowing. It seems like I’ve missed a lot of action on the blog.
Btw, kis ko kis say pyar ho gaya? Rahul ko Bukhar ho gaya?
Aur NUN mame Saab ko kya ho gaya?
Aap kion NUN BUN gayeen?
DRC reminds of Mr. Darcey hmmmm what a character. I must have seen Pride and Prejudice at least 3 – 4 times. Thats because we have the DVD.
#423 by Vanilla Pod on January 8, 2009 - 8:01 PM
same here javed!!
ive seen it thrice myself ..cos i have the dvd 😀
#424 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 8, 2009 - 8:05 PM
Why am I Mr. Darcey?!
Just to clarify…I am NOT a man lol
#425 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 8, 2009 - 8:11 PM
Miss DRC we know that 🙂
Sank You for clarifying for others.
#426 by Vanilla Pod on January 8, 2009 - 10:52 PM
the gay scenes were a very good laugh tho 😀
#427 by Awas on January 8, 2009 - 11:09 PM
The funniest gay scene I have ever seen is in my favourite movie My Cousin Vinny when Joe Pesci goes to visit his cousin and his fried in prison…it was hilarious. There was no gay scene as such but just insinuations with words.
#428 by khansahab on January 8, 2009 - 11:11 PM
Yes I have seen that and it was hilarious. One of a kind.
#429 by Awas on January 8, 2009 - 11:15 PM
So, you’ve seen that movie too…I didn’t know as you never mentioned it in earlier discussions…good!
#430 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 8, 2009 - 11:16 PM
I saw Dushmani and enjoyed the lesbian scenes !
#431 by khansahab on January 8, 2009 - 11:16 PM
I saw it recently and mentioned it on V talk as well, I think it is in response to my comment that Munir sahab said he has also seen it….and then you also spoke about it.
#432 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 8, 2009 - 11:17 PM
It seems that all those symptoms stem from the very first symptom you mention.
Seems like they are suffering from heartbreak or have been let down by someone close to them.
I would advise the individual in question to try to occupy their time as best they can to try and divert their attention from the cause of the anxiety and depression.
Spend time with close friends and family. Start a new hobby or pursue hobbies which you may have neglected in the past. If you have a job, immerse yourself in your work. If you are a student, then immerse yourself in your studies.
I would advise against anti depressants and sleeping tablets as one can become reliant upon them. For sleeplessness try natural remedies like lavender scented oil on your pillow or a warm bath before sleeping. Another option is making oneself tired by exercising or keeping ocupied during the day.
Personally, in my opinion, I think we all experience something similar to this in our lifetime. Time is the only best healer, but in the interim we can help ourselves by picking ourselves back up and continuing with life. Life won’t stop for you.
I don’t know if this helps, I could say alot more but I will refrain for the time being.
#433 by khansahab on January 8, 2009 - 11:17 PM
Never heard of it?
#434 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 8, 2009 - 11:18 PM
I told you to watch Rab ne banadi jodi.
I thought Dostana was ok. There were a few good lines but I found in places, Dostana was very cringeworthy.
Did you hear the Gabbar Singh line? 😀
P.s. how did it go?
#435 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 8, 2009 - 11:20 PM
This doesn’t sound like YOU….. is it on msn or yahoo? 🙂
#436 by khansahab on January 8, 2009 - 11:20 PM
The exams were OK, I know I did well on the first one but the second one was harder and longer and I missed 1 or 2 points in the end cos I ran out of time. Otherwise I think I will pass it, Inshallah!
#437 by Vanilla Pod on January 8, 2009 - 11:21 PM
i really like the song ‘mahi’ from raaz-2
there is sumthing nice abt it
#438 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 8, 2009 - 11:22 PM
khansahab ……..Dushmani? Never heard of it?
Dostana ……. never heard of it !
#439 by khansahab on January 8, 2009 - 11:24 PM
Didn’t think you were the Bollywood type! 🙂
Well apart from Dilip Kumar that is 🙂
#440 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 8, 2009 - 11:24 PM
I wrote all of that on my own. Can’t believe you can question it. Tut tut!
Awww inshallah you will be fine.
Have you listened to Raghav’s new song?If not listen to that.
#441 by Awas on January 8, 2009 - 11:26 PM
Humm, I must have forgotten about your mention of that movie 😦
I do remember Munir’s mention.
#442 by Vanilla Pod on January 8, 2009 - 11:27 PM
yes that analysis..
i think VP has described the solution in the best possible way.
however, in some case relations most important to you can be the source of the problem. in that case i would say pray.
Time is the healer. Zindagi guzar hi jaye gi..lekin kaisay guzaarni hai, thats very difficult jab dil hi toota ho.
however hard it may be, i would suggest try and indulge urself more in things you like to do and just pray everything good happens with everyone.
(if its making any sense)
#443 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 8, 2009 - 11:28 PM
I don’t mind Bollywood music. Yes, yes I like the lovey dovery stuff, unlike Khansahab here 😀
I am a bhangra/British Asian artists and Raghav lol.
I listen to a wide range of music. Old Bollywood songs, new Bollywood, Brit-Asian stuff, Bhangra, R n B..
Yeah I want to see Chandni Chowk to China too. Will watch it after exams.
#444 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 8, 2009 - 11:28 PM
LOL khansahab didn’t you notice my “sir-kazem”? I wrote exactly opposite of Dostana and Gay. Anyways, you are right, I don’t watch too many Bollywood movies and the very few that I have seen in the past few years is at someone’s house…. forced … bakaoz…. they were watching and they made us watch.
DRC, I still don’t believe that. 🙂
#445 by khansahab on January 8, 2009 - 11:31 PM
“I am a bhangra/British Asian artists and Raghav lol”
That doesn’t make bundles of sense, are you trying to copy some juvenile style of English?
Were you trying to say, “I am agree?” 🙂
LOL You know I don’t mean this “criticism” 😉
#446 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 8, 2009 - 11:31 PM
Cheer up.Why the sad face?
You’re a geek so it doesn’t matter :p
That woman is really pretty though. I tend to like songs which have a good beat or good lyrics.
#447 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 8, 2009 - 11:33 PM
On your Zindagi guzar hi jaye gi…….
Zindagi youn bhee guzar hee jaati
Kion tera Rah Guzar yaad aya!
Awas, sirf Pray say kaam nahee chalta, hath paon bhe maro yaro! 😉
Dhoondnay say tou Khuda bhee mil jaata hai, aur abhi tou tum jawan ho
Abhi tou tum jawan ho
Abhi tou tum jawan ho ( in Tahira Syed ishtyle) 🙂
#448 by Vanilla Pod on January 8, 2009 - 11:33 PM
i have heard raghavs song, its beautiful and classical..sort of
you tell guys of a song and they start thinking about the model used in it!
i also like maula meray maula from Anwar, its very slow but it grows on you if u lisrten to it again and agian
#449 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 8, 2009 - 11:33 PM
It has been a long day. Been reading all these cases about Greenpeace and these agencies which encourage tree hugging 😀
I meant to add on fan at the end of that sentence.
I will never be I am agree hehehe
#450 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 8, 2009 - 11:36 PM
You’re such a wet lettuce
#451 by Vanilla Pod on January 8, 2009 - 11:37 PM
as i said khansahab is oblivious of how adrak tastes like..
#452 by Awas on January 8, 2009 - 11:39 PM
Wow! I am really impressed.
One of you was a bit off the line but one near enough on the dot…
Humm!!! I can do with some private consultations here…if you don’t charge an arm and a leg 🙂
#453 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 8, 2009 - 11:39 PM
OMG. Javed I so wrote that 😦
#454 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 8, 2009 - 11:40 PM
DRC says: Khansahab
You’re such a wet lettuce ……………..?
Jisay khanay say pehlay bataor-e-appetizer khaya jata hai aur vo bhe in a vengeance. BAKAOZ….. Vengeance is a food that is to be eaten cold. 😦
#455 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 8, 2009 - 11:41 PM
Was I off track?
#456 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 8, 2009 - 11:43 PM
OMG. Javed I so wrote that
aNO, DRC, I did not write that, I have a Fairy God Mother who writes for me.
#457 by Awas on January 8, 2009 - 11:44 PM
I’m not naming names 🙂
#458 by Vanilla Pod on January 8, 2009 - 11:44 PM
ok so i was off the line, but i left psychology ages ago 😦 consultation will be free of charge and the patient should give his/her consent if u r speaking on their behalf!!
lol!! lettuce and vengeance!
#459 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 8, 2009 - 11:45 PM
Stop confusing me Javed 😦
Here is that film I was on about which is dubbed in Punjabi.
It is so funny!
#460 by Vanilla Pod on January 8, 2009 - 11:47 PM
lol! ask ur fairy god mother if she can write for me too, i dont have one u see
#461 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 8, 2009 - 11:47 PM
How can they give private consultations if they don’t know who they are?
If it’s VP it’s fine. I don’t mind.
Do you work or study?
#462 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 8, 2009 - 11:47 PM
VP why are you hitting khansahab on his head with a dead trout? And, why is that we always make fun of animals in our expressions like:
Bandar kya jaanay adrak ka maza? (Actually adrak ka koi khaas maza hota tou nahee)
Gadhay ko Saffron ki kya qadar? (Khila ker dekho phir wo kya kehta hai? 🙂 Ghaas khana chor dega sirf Saffron Biryani mangay ga)
Bhains kay aagay Been bajana.…….. (jisko koi Heer Nahee milti wo Bhains kay agay hee sijday maarta hai)
#463 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 8, 2009 - 11:49 PM
Uffff Cheeni Raatain? Its sooooooooooooooooo childish. 🙂
#464 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 8, 2009 - 11:50 PM
Thats my template or my fav line when people ask me “Yae aap nay banaya?” Did you cook this?” I say it with a poker face, aNo I have a fairy godmother who cooks for me.
#465 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 8, 2009 - 11:54 PM
DRC ok lemme Unfuse you, thats your worginal comment and you did not copy it from anywhere and, you don’t have any grudge against khansahab that you see him as a wet lettuce and, you won’t eat it cold in vengeance! OK, are you happy?
#466 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 8, 2009 - 11:57 PM
The punjabi version is soo funny. Beats the original attempt by Hollywood.
Even my mum loves it. LOL
Yeah I am happy alhamdulilah Javed 😀
P.s. Khansahab is a wet lettuce!
#467 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 9, 2009 - 12:02 AM
Now, I leave it for khansahab to reply to Darcey about the lettuce thingi.
khansahab; not only she is saying you are a vege but, a wet one and that too a spineless, bakaoz wet lettuce ka patta tou bilkull dheela murjhaya howa lagta hai, jisko ko log plate may hee chor detay, bakaoz, if it was crisp and fresh people would eat it kurum, kurum, kurum…. aur burp bhee na lain….
So, in my opinion this is a big insult on your part that she sees you like this and not only sees, but dhatai say blog per khullay aam kehti hai aur ek bar nahee 2 baar! So, all I can say is Hawwww Haiiiiiiiiiii 🙂
#468 by Vanilla Pod on January 9, 2009 - 12:10 AM
so funny! fairy god mother zindabaad!
#469 by Awas on January 9, 2009 - 12:12 AM
“you are a wet blanket”
DRC nay apnay bawarchi-khana mei iss phrase ka tau tia-panch maar dia
#470 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 9, 2009 - 12:12 AM
khana pakanay par ya likhnay par? 😐
I dunno why she always gets that credit?
#471 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 9, 2009 - 12:15 AM
LOL at tiya pancha kerna……… but Awas, bavarchi khanay say bedroom may aap lay aye, blanket say ab Pamper per na ajana…….. khansahab ki kuch ParamPara aur Steethee bhee rekhna.
#472 by khansahab on January 9, 2009 - 12:16 AM
I think this is DRC’s idea of revenge for me suggesting that she is potentially an “I am agree” person 😉
I will watch that Shanghai Knights and will also post some Punjaagi Totay links, OMG they are so hilarious.
#473 by Vanilla Pod on January 9, 2009 - 12:16 AM
likhnay par…not tasted what she cooks
#474 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 9, 2009 - 12:18 AM
You know I am joking
#475 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 9, 2009 - 12:19 AM
Tusi Punjabi Totay waikhday O? Garr walon noo pata chalay ga tou bist ho jai gee!
Nargas (Nargis) day totay waikhay O tusi? A Punjabi friend of mine has a collection of DOD’s (DVD’s) and sometimes during the cricket break (lunch time) he entertains us with those Punjabi sitcoms and dances. Some of them are hilarious and a few are vulgar but, its a part and parcel of Tehzeeb.
#476 by khansahab on January 9, 2009 - 12:19 AM
So was I….
#477 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 9, 2009 - 12:20 AM
P.s. yes yes I am such an ‘i am agree’ person LOL. Can’t you tell. I hide it so well hahaha
#478 by Awas on January 9, 2009 - 12:21 AM
Don’t ever say Totay again. Ammi say thapper milay ga.
#479 by khansahab on January 9, 2009 - 12:21 AM
These dances and mujras are abominable. There is no decency, no finesse, no class and no sophistication in “moseeqi” and “shayari”.
And the women who do it are fat and ugly.
#480 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 9, 2009 - 12:24 AM
khansahab aNO, they are not fat and ugly. The ones I have seen are fine. The jokes are vulgar i.e., if only you can understand them otherwise “sir kay ooper say guzar jaingay”.
#481 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 9, 2009 - 12:27 AM
Those mujra thingies look like khussray lol.
Awas you should watch Shanghai Knights, the punjabi version too.
That is well cool. You must be clever
#482 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 9, 2009 - 12:27 AM
Wow, VP your parents must be really VP= Very Proud of you.
So you are a biological “sane-tist.”
The only biological thing that I know is the bio-yogurt that I eat.
#483 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 9, 2009 - 12:29 AM
Vp …That is well cool. You must be clever (Darcey)
LOL@ clever. 🙂
#484 by Vanilla Pod on January 9, 2009 - 12:31 AM
lol @ khansahab
thanks DRC and Javed
#485 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 9, 2009 - 12:31 AM
Why Javed are you trying to imply VP is not clever?!tut tut
And then you wonder why I call you a geek with comments like THAT?
#486 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 9, 2009 - 12:34 AM
khansahab in your case…….
Hunooz Dilli Dooor ast
Pehlay exam pass kero, phir naokari dhoondo
Phir Chakri ka socho
Phir Chokri ko dekho
abi tum reproduction ka khowab dekhna mangta hai tou sirf XEROX photo copy ko God of Reproduction mano aur 2 – 4 poto kapy nikalo …. doosra kam tum kuch nai ker sakta. 🙂
#487 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 9, 2009 - 12:38 AM
Darcey my English is very ghareeb, but whatever little that I know, I don’t think the word ‘clever’ is considered as a compliment anymore, its like telling someone tum bari Chalaak ho. A sly fox is clever. But, there are better adjectives to give compliments such as, you must be really very intelligent, or talented, or a genius aiksutra, aiksutra. 🙂
No “Offsense” against you DRC.
#488 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 9, 2009 - 12:41 AM
Guys and Gals of Vilayat
It must be close to 1:00 a.m. your time and for me its about 8:00 p.m. and dinner time. So me goes amigos, bata & bai bai.
#489 by Vanilla Pod on January 9, 2009 - 12:42 AM
enjoy your dinner! bye
#490 by Vanilla Pod on January 9, 2009 - 12:44 AM
what do you do?
#491 by khansahab on January 9, 2009 - 12:01 PM
Saying your English is ghareeb is like me saying my Punjabi is “ameer” 🙂
#492 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 9, 2009 - 7:32 PM
Ok VP is intelligent not clever
I am a free spirit..
Ok..nothing exciting, I am a student!
#493 by Awas on January 9, 2009 - 11:00 PM
Knock knock…why such dead silence here???
#494 by Awas on January 9, 2009 - 11:04 PM
Vanilla Pod (VIP)
I just remembered, as I had meant to mention it, when you wrote:
“khansahab is oblivious of how adrak tastes like..”
When I first quickly read it, I thought you said Aardvark. I wondered why khansahab would eat an Aardvark unless he is a Chinese who eat anything that moves. Sorry! my Urdu is not very Ameer when written in the english (as Abdul will have it) Loll.
#495 by Vanilla Pod on January 9, 2009 - 11:31 PM
in that case Awas, lets thank god khansahab is not in China..
#496 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 9, 2009 - 11:54 PM
VP not only khansahab but most of us won’t be able to eat anything there. I was in China and at official banquets where they served 26 course menu, twice I ended up eating only peanuts as starters and in the end vanilla ice cream. Everything else was so yucky, smiley and smelly that I had to pass. Things like Sea Cucumber, do you know what it is? Google it and see. Its ugly like a Karela and its jelly like wobbling and they eat it in one shot Slurrrrrpppppp. Getting normal water or bottled water was a big problem. They were serving Sake or rice wine and Perrier water and I asked for a glass of plain water, it took them 20 minutes and after 4 different waiters asked me what I want they brought me a mug of warm water. 😦
Beijing cuisine is very bland and boring. The Cantonese and Szechuan cuisine is similar to what we eat. The best Chinese restaurants are in Karachi on Tariq Road, Tung Nan and Nan King.
#497 by Awas on January 9, 2009 - 11:57 PM
Do we really know for sure khansahab is not living in China? 🙂
#498 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 10, 2009 - 12:02 AM
Na Khansahab lives in a eskimo hut, somewhere in the South Pole.
They get good internet connections from there these days
#499 by Awas on January 10, 2009 - 12:07 AM
Have you been hibernating too?
#500 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 10, 2009 - 12:11 AM
I have essays to finish and and exam in a couple of weeks 😦
I need to start hibernating more
#501 by Vanilla Pod on January 10, 2009 - 12:12 AM
khansahabs body maybe anywhere but his heart is in Lahore..around food street 😀
oh poor you, that must have been very agonizing! next time you can take fairy god mother for her culinary skills.
maybe khansahab is on the south pole…his excessive computer usage could be melting away the ice and rising our sea level
#502 by Vanilla Pod on January 10, 2009 - 12:15 AM
is anyone here fuzon fan?
#503 by Awas on January 10, 2009 - 12:28 AM
I’m afraid you are wrong here…khansahab in Lahore yes, but not in food street…its in the Gaddafi Stadium and that’s not looking at cricket…just searching for pretty faces in the crowds 🙂
“essays to finish”? Forget about that when we are on LS.
#504 by Awas on January 10, 2009 - 12:29 AM
What’s a “fuzon fan”?
#505 by Vanilla Pod on January 10, 2009 - 12:32 AM
nice song this one…
from a Pakistani pop band called Fuzon. songs called neend na aaye (you lot may hav to listen to it twice to start liking it)
#506 by Vanilla Pod on January 10, 2009 - 12:33 AM
you will know wen u click on the link and turn on the speakers 😀
#507 by Vanilla Pod on January 10, 2009 - 12:34 AM
this band does lovely guitar work
#508 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 10, 2009 - 12:36 AM
Do you want me to not graduate this year or something :(?
I’m starting to get butterflies in my stomach due to nervousness and I never get like this ever.
#509 by Vanilla Pod on January 10, 2009 - 12:37 AM
why are my comments not going on the page wen i write them? why are they needing moderation?
who is sitting in the control box? slowing us down
#510 by Awas on January 10, 2009 - 12:50 AM
Life and death here is in khansahab’s hands. He presses all the buttons. We just follow his orders 🙂
I listened to the song…but I’m afraid hes no Pavarotti… enjoyed the guitar though but doesn’t go with that desi voice. He is making me sleep with his Neend thing. I know, I know I’m a very bad critc 🙂
Sorry! I was just kidding! Don’t loose heart!
#511 by Vanilla Pod on January 10, 2009 - 12:53 AM
oh really? u didnt like it….ok…i was gnna paste another link but i guess i’ll pass..
in any case if u still want to listen to it its called aankhon ke sagar
(desi voice and guitar is a fusion..hence fuzon is the band name)
#512 by Awas on January 10, 2009 - 12:56 AM
I forgot to mention when you said “fuzon fan” I though some kinda fan that blows some frozen air…who needs it in this weather? 🙂
#513 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on January 10, 2009 - 12:59 AM
Sorry, I am not good company today. Better go do some work now.
Allah Hafiz and Shabba Khair
#514 by khansahab on January 10, 2009 - 1:01 AM
I press all the buttons? Yet YOU also have that “Don” picture as your avatar, Don Corleone! 🙂
#515 by Awas on January 10, 2009 - 1:01 AM
I said the guitar was nice…
Humm…in the second one more emphasis on guitar again…nice!
Okay, forget Pavarotti, hes no Ghulam Ali either 🙂
#516 by Vanilla Pod on January 10, 2009 - 1:03 AM
the lead singer in this song is shafqat ali khan, son of amanat ali khan and brother of asad amanat ali khan
#517 by Vanilla Pod on January 10, 2009 - 1:04 AM
ok lets listen to what Pavarotti stuff u listen to (pls dont say it is Pavarotti u like)
#518 by Awas on January 10, 2009 - 1:05 AM
But who is the Maha Don?…the whole world can tell from the pictures you know….kiowoon VP? 🙂
#519 by Awas on January 10, 2009 - 1:10 AM
No, not just Pavarotti, have you heard of Piaf? I’ll send you some CD’s
#520 by Awas on January 10, 2009 - 1:14 AM
amanat ali khan and asad amanat ali khan
Now you are talking…they are classic…quite wonderful.
I honestly didn’t know this Frozen guy. No wonder he changed his name his voice is nothing like his folks!
#521 by khansahab on January 10, 2009 - 1:31 AM
Saw Training Day today, good movie.
#522 by Vanilla Pod on January 10, 2009 - 1:36 AM
i havnt heard of Piaf…sorry
yeh the ustads were good. shafqat is also trained in classical singing but i think this is where the fame is. the older people like his singing and youngsters like his songs for the music.
i was watching Ratatouille (animation) today. it was very good! i wonder if anyone else has watched it.
its time to hit the bed!
Good nite and sweet dreams
#523 by Awas on January 10, 2009 - 1:47 AM
Édith Piaf (19 December 1915 — 10 October 1963) was a French singer and cultural icon of partly Algerian and Italian descent who is almost universally regarded as France’s greatest popular singer. Legend has it that she was born on the pavement of Rue de Belleville
Oh, Gosh…its nearly 2pm. Good night!
#524 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 10, 2009 - 5:43 AM
Thanks for the suggestion of taking Fairy God Mother avec moi but, that was once in a life time experience and it is enough. Besides, it was official and two weeks in China was a long journey where you are lost in the ocean of people. I don’t really enjoy myself in BIG cities like Beijing, Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata etc., I hate traffic jams and one of the reasons I avoid Toronto and NY where you are stuck in your car for 2 hours!
#525 by Vanilla Pod on January 10, 2009 - 12:40 PM
You can come to manchester then (the one in UK) parce que there is no such traffic problem here!!
#526 by JAVED A. KHAN on January 10, 2009 - 12:49 PM
Merci Beaucoup VP for the invitation, one day I have to meet khanshab too, so I would say Inshallah. 🙂
VP there is a new page V-talk 4 ………. you may contribute your views there from now onwards instead of V-talk 3. Thanks.
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