Ninja Scroll

Ninja Scroll

  1. #1 by khansahab on February 6, 2009 - 2:23 AM

    Anime rules!!

  2. #2 by Vanilla pod on February 6, 2009 - 12:54 PM

    Japanese anime caters mostly for American audiences. Its funny how the heroine always has large eyes and an American woman’s physique 😀

  3. #3 by Vanilla pod on February 6, 2009 - 1:04 PM

    A joke 😀

    The Gujarati Story of Valentine’s Day.

    In spite of what you have been told by everyone, the truth is that Valentine’s Day originated hundreds of years ago, in India, and to top it all, in Gujarat.

    It is a well known fact that Gujarati men, specially the Patels, continually mistreat and disrespect their wives (Patelianis). One fine day, it happened to be the 14th day of February, one brave Patlani, having had enough “torture” by her husband, finally chose to rebel by beating him up with a Velan (rolling pin). Yes….the same Velan which she used daily, to make chapattis for him….only this time, instead of the dough, it was the husband who was flattened. This was a momentous occasion for all Gujarati women and a revolt soon spread, like wild fire, with thousands of housewives beating up their husbands with the velan.
    There was an outburst of moaning “chapatti-ed” husbands all over Anand and Amdavad. The Patel men-folk quickly learnt their lesson and started to behave more respectfully with their Patlani.
    Thereafter, on 14th February, every year, the womenfolk of Gujarat would beat up their husbands, to commemorate that eventful day.The wives having the satisfaction of beating up their husbands with the Velan and the men having the supreme joy of submitting to the will of the women they loved.
    Soon The Gujju men realised that in order to avoid this ordeal they need to present gifts to their wives….they brought flowers and sweetmeats.
    Hence the tradition began. As Gujarat fell under the influence of Western culture, that day was called ‘Velan time’ day. The ritual soon spread to Britain and many other Western countries, specifically, the catch words ‘Velan time!’. Of course in their foreign tongues, it was first anglisised to
    Velantime’ and then to ‘Valentine’.
    And thereafter, 14th of February, came to be known as Valentine’s Day!

  4. #4 by Vanilla pod on February 6, 2009 - 1:21 PM


    American womans physique as in tall, large eyes, yes very curvy figure! American heroines are not fat!

  5. #5 by Theossa on February 6, 2009 - 2:59 PM

    Damn right! U.S. has all the variety of chicks and they are beautiful. The most beautiful I’ve seen are from Venezuela! Russians also compete well. In Pakistan the best looking ladies are from NWFP, Quetta, Multan (if you like salty), and Nazimabad Karachi (XL size eyes).

  6. #6 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 6, 2009 - 4:06 PM

    How come American women are in discussion today? I mean khansahab is always very specific about a female’s anatomy and her physical appearance more than her intellectual abilities and today he is in a mood to generalize it to ALL American women? Khudaya Khair. 😀

  7. #7 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 6, 2009 - 4:29 PM

    LOL @ American women. Javed, for BF, thats all that matters, the word WOMEN! HEHEHE

  8. #8 by Varun Suri on February 6, 2009 - 10:08 PM

    Talking about Women, just came back from a short Germany-Switzerland trip. Well I was amazed to see so Blonde Lara Crofts all the way in my journey. The Women here in Netherlands are quite tall and slim due to the excessive amount of Cycling everyone does from an early age here. But in Germany and down south things are bit more on the heavier side on all the sides if you’all know what i mean….

  9. #9 by Varun Suri on February 6, 2009 - 10:23 PM


    Why Cindy Crawford? She was not German?

    Maybe you should think of Claudia Schiffer or Heidi Klum? or for that matter Steffi Graf???

  10. #10 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 6, 2009 - 10:26 PM

    U men!!

  11. #11 by khansahab on February 6, 2009 - 10:43 PM

    Sometimes Brooke Shields looked amazing.

    Also Alicia Silverstone and Sarah Michelle Gellar. Paris Hilton looks like Kareena Kapoor at times, I mention Paris because I’ve just seen her on TV.

    Cindy Crawford was good in her “jawani”.

  12. #12 by Varun Suri on February 6, 2009 - 10:47 PM

    Well my all time favourite is the one and only Zeenat Aman. I don’t think we have seen such a sensual, sinful, bitchy and sexy look all in one in any of the Bollywood actresses…

  13. #13 by Vanilla pod on February 6, 2009 - 11:03 PM


    Actually Javeds neighbour thought Sweetie looked like zeenat aman!

  14. #14 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 6, 2009 - 11:27 PM

    VP not in this picture but the one that was on the blog earlier with some pink or orange dress a close up she does look like Zeenat Aman. I wonder why that neighbour of mine did not start writing on the blog?

  15. #15 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 6, 2009 - 11:30 PM

    Cindy Crawford, LOL Omer why do you have a crush on women who are twice your age? Something to do with school? Was there any female teacher jis per crush thaa? Btw, take a look at this link and puke after that. 😀


  16. #16 by Varun Suri on February 6, 2009 - 11:50 PM

    Ya, but the Neha Dhupia i remember was much different and more natural to the one we all see now. I am not a big fan of any of current Bollywood Heroines maybe because i am not watching a lot of hindi movies thesedays. My last Obsession when i was younger was Urmila in Rangeela and a Flop Movie which i saw innumberable number of times called MAST.

  17. #17 by Varun Suri on February 6, 2009 - 11:53 PM

    Oh…Zeenat..kaash mai 20 saal pehle paida hua hota..
    If anyone has seen that song in rain in Satyam Shivam Sundaram or maybe one of the songs in Qurbani then maybe they would understand what i mean!

  18. #18 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 6, 2009 - 11:53 PM

    Varun I don’t think cycling has anything to do with height or people being tall, its genetic. The Nordic women are generally very tall but they don’t do cycling as much as the Dutch. I have been to Netherlands twice and I know there is a craze for cycling almost everyone has got a bicycle.

    Here in in Montreal Québec we have several cycle routes generally separating cyclists from other road vehicles, sometimes its a nuisance for motorists because the roads are narrowed down by dividers. Reportedly there is 55,000 k.m. of cycle paths throughout the Province. Also there is green route, a network of over 4 000 km of trails linking 16 regions and 320 municipalities throughout Québec. The best one is along the river St. Lawrence, which is the oldest river in the world (from ice age times) it is very scenic, picturesque and the landscape is very beautiful because of the river and the hilly area.

  19. #19 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 6, 2009 - 11:57 PM

    20 saal pehlay bhee uskay hazaron aashiq thay Varun, and she was a keep of one of the richest men of Dubai for over a year. I can’t mention the name on the blog. 🙂


    Btw, Varun why don’t you upload your picture on the blog? Aakhir itna parda kion? 😀

  20. #20 by Varun Suri on February 6, 2009 - 11:59 PM

    Mybe you are right but for some reason i see so many teenagers and young children here who always have their lower half of the bodies basically Legs much bigger than the upper half, i have not seen this thing either in UK or anywhere else in Europe so i thought maybe it’s because of thier excessive cycling from an Early age, other reason which everyone believes here is the amount of Milk and Milk products these people have in their daily intake. Well the French may love thier Cheese and Fondue but these Dutch; they have half a litre of Milk with Bread for Lunch rigorously every day!!!
    FCUK, reminds me of the food my Dog,Snowy, a Pomerian ate for his 12 Years of Life!!!

    Yes Nowhere in Europe you will get to see people drinking so much Milk and eating so much Cheese as here. SO maybe their Lengths are due to this strange mixture of High Calcium Intake and over the top Cycling.!!

  21. #21 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 7, 2009 - 12:00 AM


    Mai nay Cindy Crawford ki jawani hee ka link post kiya, aap nay Mulahaza farmaya? Please zara Muta’ala kerain phir kuch farmain.

  22. #22 by Varun Suri on February 7, 2009 - 12:00 AM

    I told you once, I look like Waqar Younis a bit and already people have made a lot of fun about him here so i don’t want to give you more ammunition you see.. but if you insist i will do it but until now only my Laziness prvented me from doing so and nothing else….

  23. #23 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 7, 2009 - 12:04 AM

    Milk……. calcium that could be one of the reasons, but I was reading a report which says that there is a kind a cycle that one generation is tall the other is not that tall….. its a strange phenomenon but that it does happen everywhere.

    Look at Aamir Khan and all these Khans and even among the girls not the filmy ones but generally speaking the new generation who are between 15-20 are short whereas those born in the eighties are all very tall.

    But, drinking milk or increase in calcium intake plus exercise and good sleep definitely helps in growing tall………….. shucks my cat is out for a long time…. its frigging -12C got to get her in.

  24. #24 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 7, 2009 - 12:28 AM

    No, no please go ahead and upload it, you can do it yourself from wordpress.com using that avatar and gravatar whatever… Even Alim Dar looks like Waqar Younus but, he said, he is more handsome than waqar, so you should say I am more handsome than Alim Dar.

    When I came in after work, the cat sneaked out and generally comes back in a few minutes in this weather, but she took longer time and I forgot while typing here on the blog and she was sitting at the threshold of the door meaowing poor thing. Btw, this is my first pet, I never had any cat or dog b4, buggies yes but no cats or dogs. She is so sensitive and now she went straight up into the bedroom went under the bed into hiding ……. Why didn’t you open the door early? LOL… Now, I have to pull her out and brush her, talk to her that its OK, I am sorry and then feed her a bit, tab kaheen ja ker normal hogi, itnay naqray larkioun kay bhee kabhee nahee uthai 😀

  25. #25 by crazydaimond on February 7, 2009 - 1:46 AM

    Okay, so here i am….

  26. #26 by khansahab on February 7, 2009 - 2:58 AM


    If that’s you, I can barely see you!

    Can you not crop up your face a bit more?

  27. #27 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 7, 2009 - 5:56 AM

    Varun (mr diamond), ure still in a corner. hehehe

  28. #28 by Vanilla pod on February 7, 2009 - 12:27 PM

    Sweetie why are you not responding to Omer?

  29. #29 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 7, 2009 - 2:40 PM

    VP, I wasn’t responding cuz i just woke up a while back & just saw the comments.

    Omer, no i do not look like Rani Mukherjee & not like Zeenat Amaan either. She’ll commit suicide lol But thanks !

    Ive been told by many ppl i look like Shushmita Sen, & i think ppl are blind.

  30. #30 by farrah, k.raja on February 7, 2009 - 9:33 PM

    Hi Sweetie !!
    Shushmita ,you got it right though.
    I like her ,she is very strong women and magnetic.
    mostly people admire Ash but she lacks something

  31. #31 by farrah, k.raja on February 7, 2009 - 9:39 PM

    I was shocked why everyone is quite ,maybe my blogs are getting offensive.
    Sweetie me regarding take things easy,I am so damn boring and I am proud of it.

  32. #32 by farrah, k.raja on February 7, 2009 - 10:05 PM

    From Brass tacks of Zaid hamid website:
    (the guide is good for foreigners I thought it is useful for Khansahab and Omer,rest may need it as well)

    General Social Behavior

    Special behavior is required in dress codes and general social behaviors with women. Islamabad is more liberal but avoid becoming odd in other places. Men can shake hands, hug or wear barmuda trunks but women should be careful not to expose themselves in Public. Not just that it is embarrassing, nudity is also illegal. Body exposure, which would be perfectly normal in the west, would be extremely embarrassing and even illegal here. So be careful.

    Social Norms

    Dressing is an important consideration. Look around and dress as everyone else. Controlling body exposure level is important consideration.
    Do not kiss opposite sex in public, not even at the airports. Not for a minute, not for a second, NOT at all.
    Do not hug or embrace opposite sex in Public.
    Do not photograph women without their asking first.
    Do not shake hands with women or touch them, unless they extend their hands first. (For men only)
    Do not smile to stranger women or talk to them. (For men only)
    Do not drink alcohol in public, or smoke drugs. It is illegal. Even carrying a bottle of liquor in Public can be asking for trouble.
    Remain sober in Public places. Drunks can be arrested.
    Pork is illegal and offensive to locals. Do not eat in Public or offer it to any Muslim. This is serious.
    Smoking is OK.
    Weekly holiday is on Sunday. Banks close at 1:30 PM, except on Friday when closing time is 12 Noon.
    Use right hand in giving or receiving any thing. Left hand is bad manners.
    People can be addressed by first name but add “Sahib” after the name, like Khalid sahib, Tariq Sahib etc. Sahib is a sign of respect. Friends can be addressed by first name alone.
    Take your shoes off when visiting a Masjid or shrine, cover your head, do not photograph without permission and keep a local guide or escort.
    Photographing airports, military installations and defense sites is not allowed.
    Local foods use chilies, might be offensive to stomach for many new comers.
    Tap water is not safe for drinking. Use bottled mineral water. Use standard brands as Nestle, or AVA. Lots of fakes available.
    Fake cigarettes, tobacco, gums, chocolates etc are common. Buy from main shops and stores.
    Police emergency number is 15. Do not trust them to come in time.
    Get a mobile phone upon arriving in the country.
    and thatmust have dip in the pool.)

    1.Yes we have five star hotels for swimming ,only they get jamm packed with men around ,no they do not swim,it is their hobby to see women swimming or bathing.
    2.if one feels extremely frustrated one can jump in the pool with track suit ,Pakistani men are usedto to see that.
    3.Your tee shirt must say ,NO TO SEX.

  33. #33 by Vanilla pod on February 7, 2009 - 11:30 PM


    Sush is pretty, i can see why they call u that, now that tht u hav mentioned it im also claiming that 🙂

  34. #34 by Vanilla pod on February 7, 2009 - 11:35 PM

    Farrah, u r fun! i agree with Sweetie 🙂

  35. #35 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 8, 2009 - 3:18 AM

    Thanks guys.

  36. #36 by Mohammed Munir on February 8, 2009 - 10:16 AM

    Here is a nice joke …

    100 Sardars were killed in a train accident at Amritsar station, and only one Sardar survived the accident. A News reporter goes to him and asks the Sardar jee.

    News reporter : How did it happen ?

    Sardar : Oh Jee Pucho Mut. Sab Kuch Sahi Tha Sab Log Platform Par Khare, Gaadi Ka Wait Kar Rahay Thay. Achanak Announcement Huwi Ke Shatabdee Express Number 2 Platform Par Aa Rahi Hai.

    Jaise Hee Sab Ne Suna Ke Gaddi, “PLATFORM” Par Aa Rahi Hai, Sab Log Apni Jaan Bachane Ke Liye Patri Par Kood Gaye.

    Aur Tabhi Gaddi Patri Par Aa Gayi.

    News reporter : Thank God. Aap Ne Samajhdari Dikhayee. Aap Patri Par Naheen Koode.

    Sardar : Oey Naheen jee Mein Tu Suicide Karne Ki Liye Patri Par Hee Leta Tha. Jaise Hee Announcement Huwi, Mein Tu Platform Par Chad Gaya.

  37. #37 by farrah, k.raja on February 8, 2009 - 10:51 AM

    Sweetie fantastic…
    listen to this one:
    Aik Sardar Gi Ki begum intahaee phuhar the aik hi azarband (nalla)tha ,jo kai behaadh ganda tha ,aik din Sardar ji Shahar ja rahai thai,aadhai ghantai main wapas agai.
    Begum nai pooucha kiya huwa.
    Sardar:Driver nai kaha Gandai nalai walai utter jain.Main uttar gaya

  38. #38 by farrah, k.raja on February 8, 2009 - 10:52 AM

    Thanks Vanilla:)

  39. #39 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 8, 2009 - 6:55 PM

    Im not sure if ive posted this joke b4, but just in case…

    Three couples got married and spent their honeymoons at the same hotel, where they were all attended to by Jeff the Bellboy. The first man married a nurse.

    Jeff showed them to their room, all the while thinking to himself, “Lucky guy! Nurses are known to be hot to trot.” The second man married a telephone operator.

    Jeff showed them to their room, while thinking to himself, “Wow, he`s one lucky dude. Telephone operators have such sexy voices and once you pop that top button.. Va-voom.”

    The third man married a school teacher.

    Jeff showed them to their room and thought to himself, “Poor sap. She may be pretty, but teachers are way too frigid.” At 5:30 the following morning, Jeff reported to work. He expected the teacher`s husband to call for breakfast any minute, but was sure the other two wouldn`t call until much later in the day.

    The phone rang at 6 a.m. and it was the nurse`s husband wanting breakfast. Jeff took breakfast up to the room and when the husband opened the door, Jeff stepped back in shock. The man`s pajamas were still pressed and his hair nicely combed. “Sir, what happened?” asked Jeff. “You married a nurse.”

    “Son, don`t ever marry a nurse,” the man sourly replied. “All I heard last night was Her nagging voice saying, `You`re not sanitary, you`re not sanitary`.”

    The phone rang again at 6:30 a.m. and this time it was the telephone operator`s husband calling for breakfast. Jeff took it to the room as quickly as possible. When the man opened the door, Jeff stepped back in shock. The man`s hair was neatly combed and his pajamas nicely pressed.

    “What happened?” Jeff asked with surprise. “Telephone operators as supposed to be as sexy as their voices.” “Son, don`t ever marry a telephone operator,” the man groaned. “All I heard last night was Her nasal voice saying, `Your three minutes are up, your three minutes are up`.”

    Jeff returned to his desk, sure that the teacher`s husband would be calling at any moment. Finally, at 4 p.m., the teacher`s husband called for breakfast.

    Jeff couldn`t believe it, but quickly took the breakfast to the couple`s room. When the man opened the door, Jeff stepped back in shock. The man was wearing only a pair of boxers, his hair was a mess, and there were scratches all over his chest, arms and legs.
    “My goodness sir, what happened to you?” Jeff asked, fearing the worst. “Did you have a fight?”

    The man, grinning from ear to ear, happily replied, “No. Son, when you marry be sure it`s to a school teacher. All I heard last night was Her sexy, smooth voice saying, `We`re going to do this over, and over, and over again, until we get it right`.”

  40. #40 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 8, 2009 - 6:57 PM

    I ve made myself disappear! lol

  41. #41 by Vanilla pod on February 8, 2009 - 10:55 PM

    why sweetie?

  42. #42 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 8, 2009 - 11:24 PM

    vPOD, why is that your conversation is restricted to only 2 words. “Why Sweetie?” Are you asking her about the picture that disappeared from the blog or something else? Well, Sweetie must have got fed up by the discussion that she is being compared with Zeenat Aman and Sushmita Sen and what not.

    khansahab and Omer you guys talk about Bellucci and Cindy Crawford and in your opinion these are girls and not women? Yae tou Aunties nahee balkay Haunties hain.

  43. #43 by Vanilla pod on February 9, 2009 - 1:38 AM

    yeh Javed, thats wht i wanted to ask lol, why her pic had disappeared but now i can see another pretty one! (the zeenat aman/sush one) 😀

    where is everyone? where are theo, awas and DRC? i think abdul is composing another essay so he will take some time to come back.

    i hope munir, varun and omer keep this page lively and not leave us 😀

  44. #44 by Vanilla pod on February 9, 2009 - 1:41 AM

    i am up so late, its past 1 am and i have just finished reading a book with weird law terminology, which has taken away my sweet slumber!

  45. #45 by Vanilla pod on February 9, 2009 - 1:46 AM

    And also i am feeling hungry, but cant be bothered to go to the kitchen 🙂

  46. #46 by Vanilla pod on February 9, 2009 - 1:49 AM

    ok so i guess i should go to sleep now, have a nice rest of the day those of u who are in America and Canada. Nite nite 🙂

  47. #47 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 9, 2009 - 1:56 AM

    U too VP. Im stuck on the phn with an online pharmacy ppl. :*(

  48. #48 by crazydaimond on February 9, 2009 - 3:25 AM


    Nice Pic! for some reason your picture reminds me of that song, i dont know if you knot it or not…it goes like “Dil-bur, DIl-bur…” where the actors are Sanjay “Aati Nahin” Kapoor and you kno who?

  49. #49 by farrah k raja on February 9, 2009 - 9:56 AM

    Male or Female? You might not have known this…but a lot of non-living objects are actually either male or female. Here are some examples:

    FREEZER BAGS: They are male, because they hold everything in…but you can see right through them.

    PHOTOCOPIERS: These are female, because once turned off…it takes a while to warm them up again.
    They are an effective reproductive device if the right buttons are pushed…but can also wreak havoc if you push the wrong Buttons.

    TIRES: Tires are male, because they go bald easily and are often over inflated

    HOT AIR BALLOONS: Also a male object… because to get them to go anywhere…..you have to light a fire under their butt.

    SPONGES: These are female…because they are soft…..squeezable and retain water.

    Female…because they’re constantly being looked at and frequently getting hit on.

    TRAINS: Definitely male… because they always use the same old lines for picking up people.

    EGG TIMERS: Egg timers are female because…over time…all the weight shifts to the bottom.

    HAMMERS: Male… because in the last 5000 years…..they’ve hardly changed at all…and are occasionally handy to have around.

    THE REMOTE CONTROL: Female. Ha! You probably thought it would be male…but consider this: It easily gives a man pleasure, he’d be lost without it…and while he doesn’t always know which buttons to push…he just keeps trying

  50. #50 by Vanilla pod on February 9, 2009 - 12:38 PM

    Lol Farrah its good esp the remote control one 🙂

    it is said womn watch whats on tv and men watch what else is on tv 🙂

  51. #51 by Vanilla pod on February 9, 2009 - 12:39 PM

    sweetie, u can take a bow

  52. #52 by farrah k raja on February 9, 2009 - 1:05 PM

    Hi Vanilla
    I am just reconsidering though ,all non-living things or the things which refuse to grow are actually MEN.
    Isn’t it amazing.Oh! I have to share this with desperate housewives.lol

  53. #53 by Vanilla pod on February 9, 2009 - 1:18 PM

    thats an interesting obsevation Farrah 🙂

    sometimes i feel men are very naive in the sense that women can control them, manipulate them etc. where a woman is a good, honest and sincere wife, it is another woman who is so gutsy to break a house.

    girls, i hope i dont get battered for this 😀 (pardon me)

  54. #54 by Theossa on February 9, 2009 - 1:38 PM

    F.K.R. & Vanilla iPod

    All prophets of God were “men” and God himself is a “male God” -:)


    I believe what James Brown’s sung:

    This is a man’s world, this is a man’s world
    But it wouldn’t be nothing, nothing without a woman or a girl

    You see, man made the cars to take us over the road
    Man made the trains to carry heavy loads
    Man made electric light to take us out of the dark
    Man made the boat for the water, like Noah made the ark

    This is a man’s, a man’s, a man’s world
    But it wouldn’t be nothing, nothing without a woman or a girl

    Man thinks about a little baby girls and a baby boys
    Man makes then happy ’cause man makes them toys
    And after man has made everything, everything he can
    You know that man makes money to buy from other man

    This is a man’s world
    But it wouldn’t be nothing, nothing without a woman or a girl

    He’s lost in the wilderness
    He’s lost in bitterness

  55. #55 by Vanilla pod on February 9, 2009 - 1:47 PM

    yeh theo ofcourse the prophets were men, men are supposed to be strong innit! u cant expect a female to do all that 🙂

  56. #56 by Theossa on February 9, 2009 - 2:00 PM

    Vanilla iPod

    I believe in roles for men and women. Men are supposed to be the head of the house, the provider, the fixer, and the protector. Women should submit their authority to men but should be treated like queen of the house, women are supposed to take care of the house hold, raise children with proper upbringing, and should play the nurturing role for her man and kids.

    I won’t get into mismatches which is the most common problem is our desi arranged marriages but what good has the feminist movement given to women? Before it, women would do house chores and everything I specified in gender roles but women now do a full time job and still perform all the chores, LOL. Wasn’t she better off the old way?

  57. #57 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 9, 2009 - 2:01 PM

    Good moaning guys hope you all are smelling coffee to get rid of the Monday morning blues? I am a tea person! But, today is one of those Mondays that will keep me busy @ work and Awas is traveling so you guys have to rely more on khansahab to approve your bills……… oooops I mean comments.

    Theo I hope you are enjoying good weather? We had plus temperatures yesterday morning for a few hours and its a rare thing in February, but by night we were in deep freeze again -15C. On your Friday post about Montreal, yeah its one of the most vibrant cities of North America, downtown especially is very unique. Its a pedestrian friendly downtown, meaning everything is within walking distance.

    I have seen so many big cities all over the world, but there is none like downtown Montreal which has so many young people all the time. That is because of the fact that it has 4 Universities and about 3-4 colleges within in 1 k.m. and more than 75% of the students also happen to live in this area so its always bustling with life. Coffee shops such as Starbucks, 2nd Cup, Tim Hortons, Cafe Vienne, Cine Express etc., and all fast food joints are always full of the students and they are not in hundreds but thousands and all the nice restaurants and clubs are also in downtown…… which is 20 minutes of walking distance to Old Montreal and Old Port which is unique because in summer you can do a lot of water sports in the river St. Lawrence such as Sea Doo and Jet Boating.

    Yeah, do let me know when you plan to visit …….. within 1 hour drive we have great fishing lakes and rivers so u don’t have to worry about that, I haven’t taken out my fishing gear since ages. 😀

    I g2g now.

  58. #58 by Vanilla pod on February 9, 2009 - 2:02 PM

    now we are talking theo!

  59. #59 by Theossa on February 9, 2009 - 2:10 PM

    See iPod I know more than how to hunt and fish -:)

  60. #60 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 9, 2009 - 2:10 PM

    Just a quick note……. Theo you should know that among Pathans, the woman’s role in the house is more important than a man. Mother’s role is more important than father’s and no one can dare to talk in front of Ammi jaan’s decisions. The beauty is, not just the queen but, the ruler of the house. Even among the BIG families ( I mean lots of kids ) even if the boys are big adults and get married they simply can’t raise their voice in front of Ammi jaan, am I wrong?

    As regards men doing chores, if men think that it is below their dignity to do chores at home, then they should stay unmarried 🙂 Because, as long as they are unmarried they do all the chores including DIY jobs at home, so why should they feel shy in doing the tough work in front of their spouses? Is it the peer pressure or keeping up with the Jones ……… I mean Tarzans! 😀 I don’t feel ashamed of doing DIY kinda chores at home or taking control of the kitchen in case of a party and BBQ is a man’s domain and this is for sure.

  61. #61 by Vanilla pod on February 9, 2009 - 2:20 PM


    thats one of the best comments i hav read on LS!
    very good! 🙂

  62. #62 by Theossa on February 9, 2009 - 2:26 PM

    Javed you are an exception off course, LOL but most men DO NOT LIKE HOME CHORES!!!

    Yes I agree with what you have said about importance of women in Pathan culture. I was trying to present the gender roles to a broader audience. Heck, I can’t even call my elder sister or elder female cousins by her name without adding “De De” to it. It’s a culture with a very strong emphasis on “respect” and I like it and want to keep the traditions.

  63. #63 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 9, 2009 - 2:58 PM

    Hello/Salaam/Bonjour/ 🙂

  64. #64 by Vanilla pod on February 9, 2009 - 3:07 PM

    Hello DRC!

    where hav u been? i thot u had gone travelling like Awas too, without telling us

  65. #65 by dimplerosycheeks on February 9, 2009 - 3:10 PM

    How are you VP?

    I have had relatives over ffrom Pakistan, so been busy playing a good host. On top of that, Semester 2 started and I ahve been bombarded with essays already :(.

    How have you been?

  66. #66 by Vanilla pod on February 9, 2009 - 4:05 PM

    Ive been good DRC thanks! 🙂

    this page has been a bit slow since u and awas disappeared. did u get lots of pressies from Pak?i know, its horrible as soon as u go back and they give u so much work to do, Law is hard! i was reading the pelican brief and found it difficult to understand some law stuff hehe but was still reading it cos of murder mystery 😀

  67. #67 by Vanilla pod on February 9, 2009 - 4:13 PM

    is it not great that men do not like to do house chores like Theossa said but some men take pride in doing them and make it a liking for the sake of their family? i think its very sweet. like my dad he is also very active around the house and it gives him pleasure to cook, or do things for us. my dad tries to quickly wash up so that my mum or i dont do it before him, same is with my mum.

  68. #68 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 9, 2009 - 4:15 PM

    VP & DRC, keep up the good work.

  69. #69 by Vanilla pod on February 9, 2009 - 4:24 PM

    out of all the good works that we keep doing, which one in particular are you referring to sweetie? 🙂

  70. #70 by Theossa on February 9, 2009 - 4:37 PM

    Vanilla iPod

    Your dad sure is a nice guy, my dad was more traditional. On normal days, I’ll try to fix anything that is broken but forget about any kitchen work, I have other important stuff to do like going fishing -:) However on occasions and to give my spouse a surprise I’ll bring her breakfast in bed and won’t let her do anything for the rest of the day just a gesture of appreciation (food comes from a restaurant of course). Other than that I do what I do and she takes cares of home. I think I’m old school kind of guy and she knew what she was getting into before marrying me so it’s all mutual. Marriage is everyday learning experience and if one thing works for a couple, it won’t necessarily work for another. I remember you guys here talked about compromise being one of the most important factors in a working marriage but I think mutual respect is as important.

    Men are simple, you guys are making them sound like too complex to understand, and please don’t try to change them and turn them into your girlfriends, LOL.

  71. #71 by dimplerosycheeks on February 9, 2009 - 4:42 PM

    I got clothes, mehndhi, chooriyaan and some bling. My mum won’t let me see the bling though hehe.

    I actually enjoy the modules I am doing. It is just the immense work load which is getting to me. I have 6 essays and 3 exams this semester. On top of that seminar work. I just hope I do well.

    Pelican Brief- I have heard of that but not read it myself. Did you enjoy it?

    On household chores. I once saw Papa wash up and I nearly fainted hehe.

    Awww I do tend to keep V talk alive 😀

  72. #72 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 9, 2009 - 4:55 PM

    VP, i was referring to ure perhai.
    Theo, turn men into our girlfriends? Heck i would’ve be lucky to turn the one i had into a human! loll

  73. #73 by Theossa on February 9, 2009 - 5:09 PM

    Sweetie, don’t you dare try to turn him into a human! Be the witch you are and turn him into a deer for me to hunt -:)

  74. #74 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 9, 2009 - 5:36 PM

    hahaha I should i should!! *HUG* Good idea Theo!

  75. #75 by Vanilla pod on February 9, 2009 - 8:21 PM

    yeh sweetie u should experiment ur tricks on sumone else too, not only theo! first a bird and now u hav transformed him into a bad boy 😉

  76. #76 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 9, 2009 - 8:31 PM

    However on occasions and to give my spouse a surprise I’ll bring her breakfast in bed and won’t let her do anything for the rest of the day… Theo

    LOL theo this must be the first day of your marriage when you went out to the kitchen made an elaborate breakfast and brought it in a tray and made her eat her breakfast in bed and then you told her….. “This is a sample, and from tomorrow I want you to make it exactly like this and bring it to me in my bed, right? “ LOL… 😀

    vPOD, back home at my parents house, I am not exaggerating we had more than ten servants that includes, drivers, maasi, maali, cook etc. And, even in Dubai we had driver, maid, cook etc. But, here NONE. Most of the time I take my car for a car wash but, on a good day and if I have time I love to wash it and polish it. And for a second, I never hesitate to cook. IMO, cooking is one of the sweetest pleasures, it not only releases stress but, it also inculcates a feeling of “giving” because, I always cook a lot and invite relatives, friends and in Ramadan I prepare food and send it over to the mosque or go myself if I can.

    Things that I don’t like is: doing dishes or doing the laundry, I don’t mind shoving them in the machines but, the rest I hate, even ironing. Any DIY stuff with tools, yes I accept it as a challenge and do it. If I know I’ll mess it and won’t be able to do it well, then I hire someone. And, I don’t like being screwed by them for overcharging me for a petty work. But, they do because labour is so expensive here, therefore I watch them for the first time and second time I do it myself…. i.e., if I have time to do. So, its a matter of how you take it. Whether it is a matter of pride or vanity or just a way of life? 😀

  77. #77 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 9, 2009 - 8:35 PM

    Bonjour Darcey; comment vos toi? Aaj kal andhairay may rehnay lagi ho? After breaking so many light bulbs?

  78. #78 by Theossa on February 9, 2009 - 8:42 PM

    LOL @ Vanilla iPod, very witty there!

    My mom thinks I am a good boy and I believe her -:) Only deer and fish don’t like me. Seriously, I put this picture with my pistol because I have a side pose in it. Since you and Sweetie had side poses in your pictures I thought it might be cool thing to do. Now Sweetie changed her pic and looks very “harmless” in her new front picture. I hope you don’t ditch me like her.

    Tujhe dekhna khushi ke baat sahi
    Tujh dekh ker udaas hota hon


    How can we “normal men” compete with men like you and your cooking advantage? This is so unfair. It is because of men like you who raise the bar of expectations from us that there are so many marital problems. It’s like the Asian student in the classroom who everyone hates for raising the GPA.

    Baaz aajawo, muzloomon ke bud-dua lage gee -:)

    Gotta go guys, have a nice rest of the day

  79. #79 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 10, 2009 - 3:07 AM

    Varun, yeh i ve seen that song & thats the reason why i know it. Some one showed me tat song sayin i look like Shushmita ( i didnt know who she was) lol Thanks tho

    Javed, Theo’s pose reminds me of the name Shida Pistol lol doesnt it? *theo its a very nice pic *

  80. #80 by Mohammed Munir on February 10, 2009 - 11:45 AM

    A college professor ask the class weather “Computer” should be considered a Male or a Female ?

    Non of the students could answer clearly and the class was divided as few said Computer is a Male while others said no, it is a Female. The professor divided the class in two sections and told each group to provide four reasons for a Computer to be either a Male or a Female.

    The Men’s Group decided that the Computer is a “Feminine” gender, because:

    – No one but their creator understands their internal logic.
    – The native language they use to communicate with other computers is incomprehensible to everyone else.
    – Even the smallest mistakes are stored in long term memory for possible later retrieval.
    – As soon as you make a commitment to one, you find yourself spending half your paycheck on accessories for it.

    The Women’s Group, however, concluded that computers should be Masculine, because:

    – In order to do anything with them, you have to turn them on.
    – They have a lot of data but still can’t think for themselves.
    – They are supposed to help you solve problems, but half the time they ARE the problem.
    – As soon as you commit to one, you realize that if you had waited a little longer, you could have gotten a better model.

  81. #81 by Theossa on February 10, 2009 - 12:52 PM


    What is shida pistol? Are you making fun of my gun? I’m holding a CZ 75B military Pistol, very accurate son of a bitch. Actually, when this picture was taken I was trying to kiss it, which btw reflects the fact that I’m very romantic -:)

    And why are you asking Javed about pistols? Only his dad had guns and Javed Aasmaan Khan Afridi likes to hold “Parathay pakanay wala chimta” for self defense, LOL.

  82. #82 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 10, 2009 - 4:49 PM

    WAKE UP ppl!!

  83. #83 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 10, 2009 - 10:28 PM

    LOL @ Munir. DUde, i KNOW i couldve! But i can always blame my dad hehehe

    Theooo noo, im not makin fun of ure pic, i said its a very nice pic. But romance wit ure gun.. errr .. im speechless! lol Javed & his parathey wala chimta LOLLLL hes gonna kill u!!

  84. #84 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 11, 2009 - 1:06 AM

    Aww nice pic DRC.

  85. #85 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 1:12 AM

    Theo, LOL @ parathay pakanay wala chimta, Man I use spatula and not a chimta 😀 As regards keeping guns at home, I don’t want guns at home. My dad had them back home and that’s enough, he had the best shotguns and the best rifles in the world and I have used them a lot. But, I have no desire of keeping one in Canada. I do go to shooting range sometimes to practice trapshooting, clay pigeon and skeet shooting just for fun. I am still very good, especially with the trick shots. 🙂

    I prefer to shoot birds and animals with a camera now like I have said b4, my new project is Nikon D90. No, Sweetie I am not going to kill him, I am going to hook his big fish called Natalie and then he will be crying 🙂

  86. #86 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 1:27 AM

    Sweetie ….. still tasveer saaf nahee aari, its so dark, if you can see on a heap of coal in the dark a kaali billi sitting which is actually not there, then I definitely need a pair of reading glasses! 😀

  87. #87 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 11, 2009 - 1:33 AM

    LOL @ natalie

    Javed kon Kalee billi?

  88. #88 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 1:34 AM

    Sweetie naam lay ker pittna hai? I just used an expression 😀

    Ps. Dinna Tame.

  89. #89 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 11, 2009 - 1:38 AM

    Thanks Sweeie.

    Javed mujhe samajh nahi aai.

  90. #90 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 1:40 AM

    Javed mujhe samajh nahi aai.

    That’s because I was talking about a bulb jo tube light ko samajh nai aata ! 😀
    Man, I am hungry I g2g and Thoonso ! 😀

  91. #91 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 11, 2009 - 1:44 AM

    When you come back please do explain 😀

  92. #92 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 11, 2009 - 1:53 AM

    Javed, ill turn u into a deer & have Theo shoot u!!

  93. #93 by Mohammed Munir on February 11, 2009 - 8:23 AM

    Recession Quotes …

    – The US has made a new weapon that destroys people, but keeps the building intact. It’s called the stock market.

    – Do you have any idea how cheap stocks are? Well, Wall Street is now being called “Wall Mart Street”.

    – The difference between a pigeon and a London investment banker: The pigeon can still make a deposit on a BMW.

    – What’s the difference between a guy who lost everything in Las Vegas and an investment banker? A tie!

    – I want to warn people from Nigeria who might be watching our show, if you get any emails from Washington asking for money, it’s a scam. Don’t fall for it.

    – Bush was asked about the credit crunch. He said it was his favourite candy bar.

    – The rescue bill was about 450 pages. President Bush’s copy is even thicker. They had to include pictures.

    – President Bush’s response was to meet some small business owners in San Antonio last week. The small business owners are General Motors, General Electric and Century 21.

    – What worries me most about the credit crunch is that if one of my cheques is returned stamped ‘insufficient funds’, I won’t know whether that refers to mine or the bank’s funds.

    And my favourtie …

    The problem with Investment Bank’s balance sheet is that on the left side nothing’s right, and on the right side nothing’s left! 😀

  94. #94 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 10:39 AM

    So you are trying to reassure us that you are a WITCH and you can turn people into animals, how about turning Muneer into a FROG? 😀

  95. #95 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 10:40 AM


    Raat gayee
    Baat gayee

    Choro in baataon may kaheen beet na jaye Raina 😉

  96. #96 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 10:43 AM


    Nice “coats & panties” I think the Old Man Awas had earlier posted them either here or may be thru email. Still its a good read. 🙂 But, you haven’t burped on the other report!

  97. #97 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 10:47 AM

    Munir, it is about time that you upload your picture on the blog, see Varun the “Gudree Ka Laal” I mean crazy diamond is shining so brilliantly now, you need to put on your dish dash & gatra and show us your pretty face! 😀

  98. #98 by Mohammed Munir on February 11, 2009 - 11:06 AM

    Javed Khan …

    LOL @ “you haven’t burped on the other report!” 🙂

    Hahaha … I will ‘burp’ when I will ‘eat’ it, nevertheless, thanks for sending it and yes it will remain discreet 😉

    Yes, I guess I have to finally put a “choktha” to my comments. Actually, I am not so good with this “IT” thing, so is it ok if I sent my photo to either you or Khan Sahab to fix it for me ?

    Sweetie …

    Yes go ahead turn that “Muneer” into whateva, but spare this “Munir” 😉

  99. #99 by Theossa on February 11, 2009 - 1:39 PM

    Dead Deer

    First of all that’s a nice pic of yours! Especially your cute little dimples will make Abdul skip a beat or two -:) Also, I’ll be able to complete the mask for my stuffed deer using your picture. You’ll be pleasantly surprised to know that after putting a lipstick; I put some nice long eye lashes on the large deer eyes, and also nail polished its hooves. The only thing missing is bangles and I’m hoping you’ll send those sometime soon.


    Mien jaanta hon keh bundooq mohabbat ka jawab humesha goli se deti hai mugger kia keron dil ke haton mujboor hoon, Gun Metal ke mehek mujhe dewana kerdeti hai -:)

    M & M (Mohammad Munir)

    LOL, good jokes there Bud and you are the first person on LS to post something balanced about men and women. Tum mien X aor Y donon factors hain. Yeah please post your picture; people are dying to see another Akhroat on LS – 🙂


    Don’t you dare hooking Natalie, she is endangered species and I conserve her. How were hunting and other activities like back home? I got hooked to hunting when one of my uncles who used to work in merchant navy brought me a Spanish Airgun. I started hunting birds like doves and “Mena (I don’t know the English word for that)” because I and my cousins could eat them. Then I started killing all kind of stuff including those 5’ long redhead lizards. My dad and my uncles had Pit Bulls like (but white in color with spots) dogs locally called “Gultire” and they would arrange dog fights which was fun to watch. They were also involved in lamb fighting and cockfighting. So I became involved too. I and my cousins would also participate and bet on “Batair fighting” and even Mantis fighting, LOL. We would go fishing in the nearby river by just installing a hook network with baits as crickets and we will swim and play with our dogs, within hours or so we would take the line out with “Rawo” and “China” fish hooked.

    When I grew older we would hunt for rabbits and Wild Boars in night, riding on tractors using shotguns and rifles while scanning the pasture near river using powerful flash lights. The animal eyes will glow and we will shoot in that direction. Wild Boars would be in plenty during Peanut harvest season. In Karachi I had an opportunity to watch two dogs on one Black Bear fight. Dogs won because Bear was teeth less. Similarly I and friends would ask the snake charmer to arrange a Mongoose and Cobra fights at Clifton Beach. We will just pay like Rs. 100. Mongoose will kill the Cobra within a minute because charmers had Cobra’s venom teeth removed. I don’t see the young generation involved in those sports anymore. It’s all internet and videogames for them now. Also, the animal right crap is getting popular in Pakistan so it’s also a setback. I can’t even discuss this in U.S. because these folks are so sensitive about their dogs and shit.

    Here in Pennsylvania, the Rabbit hunting season is just over. I don’t have a shotgun so I use a 0.22 caliber rifle to hunt them. They don’t taste bad at all. In Pakistan we could also use dogs to chase them out but not here.

  100. #100 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 11, 2009 - 3:08 PM

    Munir, If only i could!!! sigh**

    DRC, Javed was talkin about ure pic being too dark, & calling u a kalee billi ( i think). I got confused. & he was calling u a tubelight for not getting it & me a bulb .. or may be me a tubelight & u a bulb lol . EIther way, im turning him into a deer for Theo !!

  101. #101 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 3:54 PM

    Sweetie, DRC’s earlier picture was fine but, you can’t see this one but you just want to keep her in the dark and not let her know the truth? Tum kaisy dost ho uski? tsk, tsk, tsk.


    Good description on hunting back home and also on dog fights, snake vs moongoose fights etc. yeah these kids can do nothing but xboxing c’est ca.

    Btw, the night hunting description you gave and mentioned that animals eyes shine and reflect light, you were talking about wild boars. My dear there are only three species jinki aankhain nahee chamkti if you flash light and they are:

    1. Pigs / wild boars
    2. Monkey of any kind
    3. Hazrat-e-Insaan (ashraful maqlooqaat)

    And, the difference between jaanwars and haiwaans is – jaanwars eyes look greenish/blueish/yellowish whereas all Haiwaans like tiger, cheetah and bear eyes are reddish. i.e., when you flash lights on them.

    In Pak whenever I go my cousins and friends take me for partridge hunting also duck hunting (if its the season) Phaara (wild goat in Sindh) and Maar Khor (ibex) in Gilgit area and deer in RYK area but, its been a long time going to RYK and its not easy to find deer over there as compared to you see them here in the US and Canada. Somehow I gave up the taste of eating rabbits, used to eat them when I was a kid.

    And Maina is Maina in English also. The Pahari Maina speaks better than a parrot. I saw one in Dubai (a pet maina) and was shocked to hear the way she speaks, amazing change of tone and mimicry …. first she was chirping Allah, Allah… like Ghulam Farid Sabri Qawal in deep voice and I said, OMG yae bolti hai and I laughed she mimicked my laugh, the Indian house boy said, “haan ya bolta hai,” instead of mimicking him, she said, “shut up Malbari” I can tell you having a pet is fun, you can teach her galiyaan and see reaction of people. 😀

  102. #102 by farrah k raja on February 11, 2009 - 3:59 PM

    Munir (on computers I agree they are male)

    Let me know when the bargain is on,like buy one get one free.

    One to bring up children and other one to do household chores.

    You know one can live without a husband but not without maids and servants:)

  103. #103 by farrah k raja on February 11, 2009 - 4:04 PM

    Aap ki maching tou main nai aaj note ki hai.
    Aap kai galai main Glabbi haar
    Sweetie ka Gulabi Duppata
    Khuda Nazer-e-bade se bechai!!!

  104. #104 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 4:15 PM

    In continuation to the discussion on cricket page about IK and YK being real Pathans or Jaali Pathans. One of the criterion for being a Pathan is also to have a name that must be a little weird e.g., Samandar Khan, Pahaar Khan, Dariya Khan, Jungle Khan etc. They are symbolic to the places where they were born. Karachi may paida howa to Samandar khan, bay shak moo dhonay paani na ho naam Samandar Khan ya Darya Khan hona chahiyeh.

    Sardars are a step more advanced to have names like SkyLab Singh and Ditto Singh or, Truck Singh and Bus Singh (truck ya bus may paida ho gaya before reaching emergency room) Once on this blog I wrote about Ditto Singh and SkyLab Singh so, not gonna repeat.

  105. #105 by farrah k raja on February 11, 2009 - 4:16 PM

    I am surprised actually how some people are bragging about seeing dangereous wild animals and their eyes shining in dark actually challenging them with the torch??

    They have not seen the cat’s eyes in the night.
    Gosh !!it gives one a heart attack ,what the hell is staring and walking and it used to terrify me to death since it will bring back all stories of mumies and corpses and seven lives of cat.

    What I used hate about my cat pet was in the middle of night she will sneak in and you will find some brathing thing next to your feet ofcourse ,it is a creepy feeling.

    I hate the talking parrot as well,particularly ours one was next to phone,so as soon as I will whisper ,”Hi Salman”

    It will start screaming,Salman ,Salman,Salman,Salman………..

  106. #106 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 11, 2009 - 4:19 PM

  107. #107 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 4:23 PM

    Its a known fact that parrots are jealous types and they hate raqeebs whereas, Pahari Maina is broad minded and if u look at her skull it has a curve and a bump like a baby’s butt and it looks more brainier than the parrot and also her vocal cords are far more better than a parrot’s.

    I am sure now Munir is going to find that parrot joke and paste it here. 😀

  108. #108 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 4:24 PM

    Sweetie, links ka PAREECHAI (intro) tou kera dou so that we know perday kay peechay kya hai? 😀


    U know I am not a u-tube fan, like I am not a coffee guy, but a chai person like that I am not so keen on going on to the u-tube unless it is recommended.

  109. #109 by Theossa on February 11, 2009 - 4:36 PM


    It’s almost impossible to see wild boars in a dark night and in tall crops like corn or wheat. You are right their eyes don’t glow the way deer do. The only way we could hunt boars was in moon light and in peanut fields. I was referring to rabbit hunting with flash lights because due to its small size and earthy colors they are hard to spot even in moon light.

    LOL, at Pathan names, now you know why I called you “Javed Aasmaan Khan Afridi”.


    When you are holding a gun and on a mission to kill wild animals, you don’t get scared but get very excited. It’s a hunter thing -:)

    Palat ker cheputna, cheput ker palutna
    Laho garam rukhne ka hai yeh bahana

  110. #110 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 11, 2009 - 4:39 PM

    Javed. If u point ure cursor over the link, it shows a little pop up, with a little detail of the link.

  111. #111 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 4:40 PM

    Palat ker cheputna, cheput ker palutna
    Laho garam rukhne ka hai yeh bahana

    Rugaon may daortay rehnay kay hum nahee qayal
    Jo aankh hee say na tupkay vo lahoo kya hai?

    Theo I wasn’t born in a plane or a sky ship, I wish I was then you get a life time pass for flying free on that airline. 😀

    Btw Akhroat Bro Theo

    It is not Cheputna but Jhuputna 😀

  112. #112 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 4:44 PM

    Btw, tweetie bird, you are right bakaoz you are viewing your page from the public page whereas, I am viewing it from the admin page, here it doesn’t work like that. Btw, I like that comment of yours If u point ure cursor over the link, it shows a little pop up, with a little detail of the link. I am sure Theo would point his cursor when he is in Natalie’s room to check out the little details 😀

  113. #113 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 4:48 PM

    Theo in case you don’t know the meaning of Cheputna and Jhuputna lemme explain:

    Cheputna = buccha apni maa ki goad may cheput taa hai jaisay tum Natalie say….

    Jhuputna = Jaisay war karna, ya attack kerna apnay shikaar per, jaisay sher jhupat taa hai, like one day I will show you when you will come to see me with Natalie aur tum dekhtay he reh jao ge jab mai uss pay jhuptoonga tou . 😀

  114. #114 by Mohammed Munir on February 11, 2009 - 4:52 PM

    Javed & Theossa …

    Guys, thanks for the “Shikaar Namaas”, I guess we should have a full sections for hunting and guns 😉

    Theossa, I have almost seen all the animals fights you have mentioned and yes it was surely fun and I miss it … Ahhaa 😦

  115. #115 by Theossa on February 11, 2009 - 4:54 PM


    I’m trying my best to show some poetic side(which I lack) but you know being Akhroat there always be bumps on the roads.


    I feel much better knowing that Sweetie and Khansaahab suck at Urdu as well -:)

  116. #116 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 5:01 PM


    kya kya add kerain? Kitnay pages add kerain?

    You know Shikaris have an endless passion of telling their tales, their hunting sagas and the dare devil acts, not just the wild goose chase but the rabbit and tortoise race and the Cheetay ki Chalaang and Sher ki Pukaar and the guns they used in shooting those animals and the close encounters with wild boars.

    Actually, it may seem like wild boars are not as dangerous as tigers, panthers, or bears but they are. The male wild boar at times stands in front of its herd to protect it and attacks humans. The front teeth it has are not sharp like a razor but they are so effective in cutting the small tree trunks because of the brutal force that it uses with its weight behind it.

    If you ever get to see the destruction it does in fields and plantation sites you would be amazed. I once saw the 3 to 4″ diameter stems of eucalyptus plants flying like kites when the male wild boar ran to destroy them. If you ever look at the wood, you would think that someone has used a sharp axe to chop it off. So, if you see a wild boar attacking you, just move away or your shin bone would end up like that eucalyptus stem.

  117. #117 by Theossa on February 11, 2009 - 5:03 PM

    LOL at Munir

    If you see my youth pictures, I have quite a few holding a “Batair” in one hand or that “shuttle Batair holder” made of fine cloth. We used to train Batairs using a mirror and would call that training in Pushto, “Madaza Chaghe gee”. But our village is not the same any more, those animal and bird fights rarely happen now -:(

  118. #118 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 5:07 PM


    You must have also heard the expression:

    Vo zamana gaya jab Khaleel Khan Faaqtay Uraya kertay thayy …

  119. #119 by Theossa on February 11, 2009 - 5:07 PM

    Agreed with Javed on Wild Boars, I know a few people “killed” by their attacks. No wonder we would ride on a tractor with 4 or 5 cousins/friends as tractor noise and size would intimidate them.

  120. #120 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 5:11 PM

    Btw, Theo

    I have a picture taken of holding a “stingray” that I caught in Dubai. In Arabic stingray is known as Laqma. Catching a stingray from the shore is like fighting with a blue marlin in deep waters, the stingray goes to the bottom of the sea and gets “chipkowed” to the sand by using suction and if you pull hard you loose it. So, you have to keep irritating her to move and then pull. Catfish also gives a tough fight.

  121. #121 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 5:13 PM

    In Pakistan they used to give a certain amount of reward money for killing the wild boars, I think it was in Islamabad because they were invading the properties and the airport too.


    Now they took over the President’s house and live there comfortably. 😀

  122. #122 by Mohammed Munir on February 11, 2009 - 5:13 PM

    Theossa …

    I know how the villages have also changed, now a days instead of the real animal fights or huntings, they watch National Geographics and Animal Planet even in Villages 😉

  123. #123 by farrah k raja on February 11, 2009 - 5:15 PM

    Hunter instinct,apart from fishing I don’t like any.
    Yes I have been to pigeon shooting and Hare hunting with dogs in Pakistan.

    The guns when you fire and they move and hit the shoulder ,God I hate that.

    I have not tried the DEER meat yet.My favourite is Batairai fried ones.

    Have you ever done this though,we used to throw the wheat corn on the roof top,with a murghaiyoun ka toukara to catch the Russian sparrows and also to trap them in the room and than hunt them down with towels,chase them until they are out of breath and drop to floor.

  124. #124 by Mohammed Munir on February 11, 2009 - 5:18 PM

    LOL @ wild boar living in President’s House.

    Kiya Baat Hai Javed Bhai, Aaj Bohat Form Mein Lug Rahey Ho 😉

  125. #125 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 5:21 PM


    Karachi walay seldom get a chance to go hunting, there isn’t much game other than MURGGHABI 😀

    But, you know I used to shoot Batairs with my BSA air gun and I was quicker than people who were holding shotguns and using 12 number kay churray or dust pellets to shoot Batairs.

    In Hala (Sindh), we went for partridge hunting shot a few Teetars the cartridge or the Kartoos you use for teetar batair is generally 8-12 numbers so sometimes you don’t see them bleeding, so one of the local Sindhi guys said, “Bherraan, isko goli nai lagee ye banduq ki awaaz say murr gaya,” For ducks you use 4 number. For, deer SG or LG but I would prefer a rifle my dad’s Wesley Richard’s 32~40 was excellent for deer hunting.

  126. #126 by Mohammed Munir on February 11, 2009 - 5:21 PM

    Is it an all Akhroats day today or what ? 😉

    I mean where is everyone else, and where have all the girls gone ?

    I hope the “Shikaaris” have not scared them off 😀

  127. #127 by Theossa on February 11, 2009 - 5:23 PM


    LOL, yeah I remember using real Batair instead of decoy to catch other Batairs. We also used Parrots for the same purpose. We used a very generic trap called “Kudki” to catch birds. Here is U.S. trapping is whole nine yards mess so I stay away from it.


    Never got a chance to catch a Stingray, how would you determine it was a Stingray? Was the water clear enough that you could see it from the shore?

  128. #128 by Theossa on February 11, 2009 - 5:27 PM


    I never trapped birds like that. In our village homes were single story back then, so men were not allowed to roam free on roof tops because of “Parda” restriction. Trapping using a bucket sounds a good idea in cities though.

  129. #129 by farrah k raja on February 11, 2009 - 5:29 PM

    We used to have loads of land and I was a wild bird.My God I was a shame for a family.Climbing the trees chasing birds of course all your clothes are stanied and sometimes torn off,so in the village ,I am sure you have experienced this when everyone flocks in to see you ,and a girl from city has all hands and face litterally black with the fruit stains and dirty hands.
    I remember once I went for fishing with the finest Duppatta of my mum ,the method was lay it at the stream floor and put some stones on it when the fish come over it catch it.
    Of course the the georgeote duppata went wet and because of wait of stones it was torn in the middle,but the point is we still caught some fish,which my family thought was tad poles but we fried them and eat them.

    Cannot believe I had such times and liberty and nobody seemed to mind it.

    If I could I would love to retire in my ancestral house.Which is of stones.

  130. #130 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 5:29 PM

    Theo, before the dredging pollution started in Dubai, the water was clear still I didn’t see the stingray before I pulled it out of the water on the shore, my uncle who was more experienced in fishing said, this is a Laqma, I asked what is a laqma? He said, stingray and you better watch out when you pull it out, because if it whips you with its tail and the poisonous bone gets you then you need morphine injection and its true.

    One of the local buddoos told me that he was bitten by a Laqma and was in the hospital for 2 days. Remember that Australian weirdo Crocodile Hunter? He died of stingray attack. But, that was huge and he was bitten right on his chest, so the shock was instant and he couldn’t take it and died. You survive if it is on your legs or if it is small in size, it depends on the venom.

  131. #131 by Mohammed Munir on February 11, 2009 - 5:31 PM

    Farrah Raja …

    The best meat in animals is deer meat and in birds it is Teetar, a distant cousin of Batair 😉

    The deer meat is best because it is almost 100% fat-free and it get broken just like roasted Kalaigee (grilled liver), but it tastes much much better then liver. Best is when you eat deer key Tikkay Mmmmmmmm

  132. #132 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 11, 2009 - 5:32 PM

    No Munir. they havent scared me, just GROSSED me out! (with all the huntin birdies n stuff) ! ewww

  133. #133 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 5:33 PM


    Sweetie is roaming in the Mall, trying to find a bulb for DRC and DRC is still in the dark but she is reading your comments, rather our comments. They aren’t scared of shikaris they actually hunt the hunters 🙂

  134. #134 by farrah k raja on February 11, 2009 - 5:36 PM

    I mean where is everyone else, and where have all the girls gone ?

    I hope the “Shikaaris” have not scared them off
    Hum woh hain jo shikar kartai hain,
    Shikariyoun sai dartai naheein
    Shikaree khud yahaan khawar aur shikaar houtai hain
    Larkiyoun sai pangai aachai naheein.

    Anyways I have to go!!!

  135. #135 by Mohammed Munir on February 11, 2009 - 5:37 PM

    LOL @ “they actually hunt the hunters”.

    Hunt or “Haunt” the hunters 😉

  136. #136 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 5:39 PM


    You are right about the deer and teetar meat. Among the deers there are is a species which is a bit rare now and the Urdu word for it is “Chikara” don’t remember what it is called in English, but its horns are straight like a cone and has grooves like a screw and it is smaller in size than the average deer that you see. The spotted deer is called Cheetal in Urdu and it is bigger than the normal deer. Anyways, the Chikara meat is the best. I remember when I was a kid my dad hunt down a few Chikaras and my Mom with the help of our cook, cooked it “Salim” i.e., in whole like the Buddooz cook lamb OOzi, but this one was not with rice but inside she stuffed some partridges, grouse and eggs and garnished with mashed potato ducks.

    Anyone likes TOFU >?

  137. #137 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 5:40 PM


    Haunties …….. haunt
    Girlie usually hunts. 😀

    Yae lo Sweetie vapis agayee, but no bulbs!

  138. #138 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 5:42 PM

    they havent scared me, just GROSSED me out! (with all the huntin birdies n stuff) ! ewww sweetie

    That is why I asked anyone likes ………. TOFU?

  139. #139 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 5:45 PM

    TOFU is so bland that most people don’t like it, although it is made from soya and rich in protein but on its own its bland. Therefore, you need to spice it up. There are two ways:

    1. You can make Peanut Butter Tofu, you find this in most Chinese Restaurants, if anyone is interested in its recipe ask me, I will write it down here, but don’t want to stuff it thru the nose. 😀

    2. Roasted Tofu as a dip, this is my own creation and it is amazing. Again whoever interested has to ask for its recipe.

  140. #140 by farrah k raja on February 11, 2009 - 5:46 PM

    deer key Tikkay Mmmmmmmm!!
    I must do this ,when I go to Pakistan this year.
    I have heard it is salty as well.
    Yeah Teetar are excellent as well.I have a naughty story with this , my Brother in Law got loads of them as a gift in big cage and a servant was appointed to look after them ,of course I thought it is absolutely perfect to get at least three of them Hallal and roast them.
    No I never shared it.My brother in law was shocked how could I do this.He kept asking my sister in disbelief has she really asked the servant to zibah these.

  141. #141 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 5:48 PM

    I g2g now, khansahab come back to approve the comments janata bay haal hai without you. Awas is still out of town! Take care Theo, sweetie and munir keep writing 😉 K-Sab is on his way! 😀

  142. #142 by Mohammed Munir on February 11, 2009 - 5:48 PM

    Javed Khan …

    I know what you are talking about, but I was not lucky enough to have it eaten as “Salim”, the way you said. Stuffed with partridges, grouse and eggs sure sounds very nice (Moun Mein Pani Aagaya Hai).

    I have tastes the Arabic Oozi many times but it is ‘pheeki’ for our taste, but we do a similar “Salim Bakra” stuffed with Almonds, Cashew, Pistacheo, Raisens, Eggs, Potatoes and Rice. We make it a bit more spicy and lot of other ‘Masalas’.

    Ok guys, I have to go now … enough of all these nice foods, my dinner is ready 🙂

  143. #143 by Theossa on February 11, 2009 - 5:52 PM


    At “My God I was a shame for a family.Climbing the trees chasing birds of course all your clothes are stanied and sometimes torn off”. You must be having too much sugar then, Metthi Lassi or Rooh Afza perhaps?

    At “If I could I would love to retire in my ancestral house”. My plan is the same. I can’t wait to retire and listen to Rabab and smoke opium in our Hujra -:)

    Javed & Munir

    Agreed with you guys on Deer and Teetar meat, I would add Lamb, Goat, and Desi Murghi as the other good tasting meats.


    We want your dad to participate here on LS as he loves to fish trout. You are no fun; you must have killed something in your life other than “Muchchars” and “Lal Baigs” didn’t you?

  144. #144 by Abdul on February 11, 2009 - 6:01 PM

    My favourite Tv shows are :

    Apprentice ( Your fired,your hired ! )

    Cricket AM ( presented by the desi Anita Rani on sky sports in the summer )

    Anyone else watch these. I guess u have to be in the UK to view.

  145. #145 by Vanilla pod on February 11, 2009 - 6:33 PM

    Oh all this hunting talk kinda made me feel sick too.

    The only weapon i have ever liked is the ‘mini gun’ from unreal tournament, those who have played the game would remember it 😀

    i havent been able to post much recently cos i was playing an online game and a virus came into my bro’s computer and so he is using mine and has forbidden me from doing it again 😦 i tried making an innocent face but it did not help.

  146. #146 by Vanilla pod on February 11, 2009 - 6:35 PM


    nice pic babe!
    have u had ur hair done recently? i remember you wer saying after ur exams u wanted to get a new hair style…its very nice. yeh the pic could do with being slightly more bright, use photoshop if u hav it or windows photo viewer also does it i think.

  147. #147 by Vanilla pod on February 11, 2009 - 6:37 PM


    lol @ the parrot opening ur pole about salman…:)

  148. #148 by Vanilla pod on February 11, 2009 - 6:40 PM


    i like soya please may i have the recipe of which ever tofu u like the best. Fairy god mother ka aashirwaad har kisi ko nai milta!:)

  149. #149 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 11, 2009 - 6:56 PM

    Javed, i like tofu, only in chinese stir frys or hot n sour soup.

    Munir & Javed. Women dont hunt, they fall into the traps of the HUNTErs…. the badmash kind!!

  150. #150 by farrah, k.raja on February 11, 2009 - 7:26 PM

    I do not like DUM PAKHAT our Saaji.It carries this taste of lamb yakhni I hate that.

  151. #151 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 11, 2009 - 9:20 PM

    Theo, the creey crawlies gimme the heebee jeebies. They scare the hell outta me!

  152. #152 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 11, 2009 - 9:21 PM

    VP, u should smack ure bro in the head & snatch his comp & run off wit it ! hehehe

  153. #153 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 11, 2009 - 9:41 PM


    Thank you. Go to some desi area in he USA and buy some bangles for your deer/dear 😀

    And why do you want my pic on your deer? Yahaan aur bhi larkiyaan hain. Sweetie ya phir VP ka pic laga do.


    I haven’t been to the hairdressers ye. This is the style I had a while ago. I don’t know what to have done to my hair at the mo :(. I is a nice length though at the moment but I want a change. No dyeing shyeing, because my hair is more brown than black and I quite like that.

    When I get bored I will change the pic. Ayssi he rehna do!

  154. #154 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 11, 2009 - 9:43 PM

    Oh and Sweetie thanks for explaining what Javed said.

    Koi gal nahi…pic dark rahey gi :p

  155. #155 by Vanilla pod on February 11, 2009 - 11:27 PM


    are you sure you want to compete with Abdul for DRC?

  156. #156 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 11:52 PM

    LOL @ VP’s question to Omer. Accha ji the Fairy God Mother just gave me the recipe. 😀

    1. Peanut Butter Tofu; You’ve to go to the Chinese stores to get Tofu, apart from the plain white Tofu, you also get a pack of “fried tofu.” buy that. Or, you can fry it yourself. The best thing is to use non-stick frying pan with little vege oil and fry it in cubes till golden brown. Just like Maash Daal Dahi baray are soaked in salt water, do the same to the tofu i.e., soak and squeeze the water out.

    Then, in the same frying pan add a little more cooking oil and make a paste of tomato ketchup and peanut butter by mixing them well, add to the pan and stir it well. Add salt to taste and pineapple juice so that the paste becomes even and mixes well, add chilli sauce and salt. Add the Tofu and mix it well. The paste should be in good quantity to look like a thick sauce.

    Before serving garnish it with roasted sesame seeds and chopped spring onions. C’est ca.

    2. Roasted Tofu Spread:

    Take the white Tofu not the fried one, and roast both sides on the frying pan without oil. Before that get one ripe avocado peel it and half red capsicum, a few green chillies, a clove of fresh garlic, garlic chives chop them and put them in a blender along with the Tofu and Buzzzzzzzzzzz them. Add half lemon juice or a pinch of lemon salt (citric acid) two table spoon full of olive oil and a table spoon full of mayonaise then Buzzzzzzzzzz it again.

    Take it out and garnish with parsley, sliced lemons and serve it in a plate or a bowl its an excellent dip. AND,

    It can also win an OSCAR as the best supporting side dish for Fish or Beef Steaks along with Avocado Salad, baked potatoes, green veges, Orange and honey sauce.


    If you want to add smoke flavour, take a big onion, slice it from the middle remove or peel the big cup of the onion, fill it up with butter and place it on top of the Tofu Spread. Get some wood charcoal (you can get it from Sheesha Place too) and take a small charcoal piece and put it on fire, don’t worry if you don’t have gas cooker, even on electric ones the charcoal gets red hot. When it is red hot, dip it in the butter in the onion cup and cover it with a BIG PAN for a minute or two so that the smoke is absorbed in the Tofu and retains the flavour, pour out the melted butter and spread it over the Tofu. Amazing smoke flavour taste ….. Viola There U Go…….. FGM 😀

  157. #157 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 11, 2009 - 11:54 PM

    Omer you’ll get coffee tea and sympathy. 😀

    Ps. And what a Bermuda Triangle you have created LOL….

  158. #158 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 12:02 AM


    If you are willing to pay for the plane ticket I will be there 😀

    P.s. I like Peppermint Mochas

  159. #159 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 12:36 AM


    after you found out u had no chance with the other two, u settle on having coffee with me? *questions with tearful eyes and is not impressed*

    i think you should pay for DRCs ticket, take her out for coffee and then be prepared to face Abdul’s challenge 😀

  160. #160 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 12:39 AM


    merci beaucoup! very creative, mouth-watering recipes :)will try out definitely! much obliged.

  161. #161 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 12:44 AM


    I will take you out for coffee 😀

    Oh and Abdul has gone very quiet. Don’t think he is a threat hehe!

  162. #162 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 12:47 AM

    thank you DRC *hugs DRC cheerfully*

    woh waapas ayega DRC!! subha ka bhoola….shaam ko wapis….jis ko kisi kay haan kuch aur kehtay hain…:D

  163. #163 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 1:02 AM

    subha ka bhoola….shaam ko wapis….jis ko kisi kay haan kuch aur kehtay hain… 😀

    ahahahahaha, very observative haan?

  164. #164 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 1:05 AM

    Anytime VP. Who cares about these guys 😀

    Please yaad maat dilao mujh ko!8)

  165. #165 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 1:06 AM

    LOL Poor Abdul.. Hes just quiet cuz hes scared of losin u DRC. Abdul worry not, we’ll take care of omer for u! hhehe

  166. #166 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 1:10 AM


  167. #167 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 1:11 AM

    ok Omer u have three rejections now, may be u can take out Abdul for coffee 😉

  168. #168 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 1:13 AM

    lolll Nahin for Omer or Abdul ?? hehe

  169. #169 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 1:14 AM

    HAHA @ VP
    Omer, now u can go back to ure Bellucci.

  170. #170 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 1:18 AM

    Sweetie…I will let you figure that out 😛

  171. #171 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 1:22 AM

    sleepy time! good nite guys

  172. #172 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 1:24 AM

    Its not mine to figure out DRC. lol

  173. #173 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 1:25 AM


    are u ok? abdul and u sexy? *becomes confused immensly*
    aww, u will make a cute couple…beware, he is six feet tall tho dont be intimidated 🙂

  174. #174 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 1:27 AM

    Hahaha… Omer & Abdul!! LOLLL

  175. #175 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 2:39 AM

    Omer, i dunno who the above mentioned are, except for Tendulkar. I guess the others are players too. Wats funny… lemme tell u, Abdul chasing u!! not lovingly, but with a baseball bat.. What a sight!! loll

  176. #176 by farrah k raja on February 12, 2009 - 10:25 AM

    Your photograph ,you are a Shahzada,you remind me of my cousins.
    Plan for retirement:
    smoke opium in our Hujra -not too bad.
    I would work with children ,education or documentries about Sufism.
    so I can send a team for the confessions of opium eater.Learn History ……..with Theo…

  177. #177 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 11:35 AM


    u mentioned abdul and u being ‘sexy’, be it in a field while u r facing him for bowling…this is fragment of ur imagination mate 😀

    and i am sure tendulkar and the others u mentioned dont find each other sexy, unless they belong to other than heterosexual group of people…

  178. #178 by khansahab on February 12, 2009 - 12:11 PM


    You think VP is so good looking that you are doubting she actually looks like that?

    OMG VP, is that your real pic?

  179. #179 by Mohammed Munir on February 12, 2009 - 12:16 PM

    Equation 1 …

    Human = Eat + Sleep + Work + Enjoy
    Donkey = Eat + Sleep

    Human = Donkey + Work + Enjoy

    Human – Enjoy = Donkey + Work

    In other words:
    Humans that don’t Enjoy = Donkey that Works.

    Equation 2 …

    Men = Eat + Sleep + Earn
    Donkey = Eat + Sleep

    Men = Donkry + Earn

    Men – Earn = Donkey

    In other words:
    Men who do not Earn = Donkey

    Equation 3 …

    Women= Eat + Sleep + Spend
    Donkey = Eat + Sleep

    Women = Donkey + Spend
    Women – spend = Donkey

    In other words,
    Women who do not Spend = Donkey

    Finally, To Conclude …

    From Equation 2 and Equation 3 …

    Men who do not Earn money = Women who do not Spend

    So Men Earn money not to let Women become donkey!
    While, Women Spend not to let Men become donkey!

    So, We have:

    Men + Women = Donkey + earn money + Donkey + Spend money

    Therefore from postulates 1 and 2, we can conclude…

    Men + Women = 2 Donkeys that live happily together! 😉

  180. #180 by Mohammed Munir on February 12, 2009 - 12:26 PM

    I agree with Theossa … Boys will be boys !! 😉

  181. #181 by khansahab on February 12, 2009 - 12:40 PM


    Firstly I think you are a loser because you don’t have the guts to write your name.

    Secondly I have only allowed your comment because I want Ms Raja to give you an appropriate response.

  182. #182 by farrah k raja on February 12, 2009 - 1:25 PM

    Hi 420:
    You are entitled to have your openion frankly it means nothing to me.
    If you think I will go ” an Indian …..
    No ,I have many Indian Freinds and this is what we do to ignore the hatred we get.
    None of my comments were superficial and I do appreciate all these people,their facial beauty and intelectual as well.
    Who is stopping you from joining the club.Show your face.Own your self.

  183. #183 by farrah k raja on February 12, 2009 - 1:28 PM

    aap buhaat style main hain.Kiya baat hai?

  184. #184 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 1:57 PM

    Munir you forgot the final equation:

    Inzamam = Eat + Sleep + Gym

  185. #185 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 2:00 PM


    When you make those 2 supporting dishes, pls inform FGM.
    Hopefully you have copied that stuff from here?

  186. #186 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 2:06 PM


    On desi murghi, lemme clarify you mean the junglee murghi? i.e., the Game hen or Cornish hen that you find in the wilderness or you are referring to just the regular desi murghi?

    We do get the Game hen here and that too Halal, there is an abattoir not so far from here in St. Helene de Bellvieu and they slaughter it the Islamic way & not only Cornish hen they also have Partridge and Grouse too. Desi people don’t buy it, ‘coz its expensive besides they don’t sell less than a carton so the equation for Desi people is very bad, very bad and they say too much money, too much money berry, berry X-pen-seeive 😀

  187. #187 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 2:14 PM

    Desi Murghi= a recipe for a 3-day boner 😉

    Omer, Vazahat kero (elaborate it) mai tou akhroat hoon, can’t get the meaning outta it.

  188. #188 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 2:16 PM

    Omer, now you are talking sense. I love Palla Machee and desi murghi (even its Undaa) and Malai, but not milk. Accha tou your first love was in Hyderabad? Mine was in Paris. 😀

  189. #189 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 2:17 PM

    420, shame on u!! Don’t u feel embarrassed by ure own comment?? What a jerk!

    Omer k bachay, why dont u come n meet me for coffee? Ill make sure i wear my pretty heels! LOL

  190. #190 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 2:19 PM

    Omer k bachay, why dont u come n meet me for coffee? Ill make sure i wear my pretty heels! LOL

    To come up to his level? 😀


    Lemme clarify: We were talking about heights and not mental level, right? In case of Omer vs abdul, whats the difference? 😀

  191. #191 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 2:26 PM

    Omer, I was only pulling your leg and didn’t mean to ruin your romantic night in Hyderabad. And, yeah Hilsa or as some Bengalis call it as Elise for short or whatever, the fact is it has too many bones, yet it is very, very tasty.

    Jaisaly Gulab kay kaantay vaisa Palla kay Kaantay. 🙂

  192. #192 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 2:29 PM

    Omer; chay foot kay spinkid say nahee deray aur 3 inch ki heel say durr gaye? 😀 hawwwww haiiiiiiiiiiii

  193. #193 by farrah k raja on February 12, 2009 - 2:30 PM

    On Men and Women:

    Woman hasMan in it;

    Mrs. hasMr.in it;

    Female hasMale in it;

    She hasHe in it;

    Madam hasAdam in it;

    Okay, Okay, it all makes sense now…

    I never looked at it this way before:

    Ever notice how all of women’s problems start withMEN?

    MENtal illness

    MENstrual cramps

    MENtal breakdown




    When we have REAL trouble, it’s a..HISterectomy.

  194. #194 by farrah k raja on February 12, 2009 - 2:32 PM

    Thanks Sweety 🙂

  195. #195 by D.Shukla on February 12, 2009 - 2:41 PM

    I’m reading the blog for a very long time, but never felt provoked by anyone. Miss Farrah plz answer this for me:

    what do you have against indians and what have they done to you. have you ever seen how ridiculous you sound no matter what i mean there has to be a limit. are you frustrated or something. i think this 420 mentioned his name once, he is also an indian i think. Miss Farah i think plz get your house in order because you are seriously getting old auntie!!


  196. #196 by khansahab on February 12, 2009 - 2:47 PM


    You are entitled to your opinion, but please don’t make personal comments.

    I have seldom found Ms Raja’s comments provocative regarding India, however, we are all patriotic people here. So have some tolerance.

    Once again, refrain from personal abuse. Thanks

  197. #197 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 2:52 PM

    D. Shukla aka 420

    Your comments usually go to the spam folder because of your email address which appears as a fake one, in any case the wordpress programme does not recognize it as a genuine email address but, a spam. Last time too we had requested you to kindly use a valid (or at least appear as a genuine but fake email address) ID so that your comment appears in the right folder. For the first time you have used a name and you say you read the blog regularly then why do you hibernate for so long, keep posting your comments and not just criticism but, your views on the subject too.

    Btw, is Shukla a masculine name or a feminine name? Or, may be I am confusing it with Mrs. Shukla 😀

  198. #198 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 3:04 PM

    No Omer, I have not tried Pallah’s ‘ovaries’ 🙂 The only time I tasted Caviar was in Dubai and they were Beluga from Russia and supposed to be the best in the world. Obviously these are tiny as compared to Palla and Rahu unday kay funday! But, you should try Grouper Fish which is very popular in the Arabian Gulf and it is called “Hamoor” few bones but very good white meat, light flakes and very tasty. This is one fish which is very good for frying, baking, grilling and even to make curry unlike a few others which are good for baking or frying only.

  199. #199 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 4:07 PM

    Ok why are u guys talkin about Fish & Mutton? yuckkkk

  200. #200 by Abdul on February 12, 2009 - 4:28 PM

    DRC, this Saturday is a special occassion which is being celebrated all around the world. You have been one desi girl I’ve interacted with formally on this blog in the last 6 months. As they said in Rab Ne Bana De Jodi may all your wishes of love be fulfilled in your heart in the future.From me personally the moments on this day belong with u.

    All the best – Abdul ( Make me Raj , not Suri !)

  201. #201 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 4:40 PM


    thts extremely sweet of you to say…i mean the part where u want to spend a saturday which the ‘world is celebrating’ with DRC. even tho u might b breaking Omer’s heart…

  202. #202 by Abdul on February 12, 2009 - 4:43 PM

    Vanilla Pod , who cares about Omer. He’s the “Suri” in this matter !

  203. #203 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 4:44 PM

    Javed yeh i have copied the recipe and will let FGM know how it turned out to be. I like pomfret 🙂

  204. #204 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 4:46 PM


    all the best then! will u dance with her like raj too? but do remember, DRC might pick suri over raj like in the movie!

  205. #205 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 4:51 PM

    Farrah hun

    u r a fighter! u go gal, dont let no 420 let you down…i hope shukla and 420 are feeling horrible after everyones making them realise they are jerks!

  206. #206 by Abdul on February 12, 2009 - 4:57 PM

    VP, but her dreams and dill were fulfilled in Raj’s hands.Weren’t they ?

    Only looking to impress “phir milenge chalte chalte”

    Howzaat !

  207. #207 by Abdul on February 12, 2009 - 5:02 PM

    Anyway for DRC and co … http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKg50oEdiOk

    My favourite bollywood song. I hope u like it to. Forget the pics , that’s SRK ! Just reflect on the soundtrack and voices.

  208. #208 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 5:02 PM


    very nice, but why are u only looking to impress? i thot u wanted to know her better and care for her etc etc

  209. #209 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 5:03 PM

    Awww Abdul. That was so sweet.

    DRC, dont u go out with omer.

  210. #210 by Abdul on February 12, 2009 - 5:04 PM

    This is another of my favourite.

  211. #211 by khansahab on February 12, 2009 - 5:04 PM


    In Kabhie Khushi Kabhie Gham Shahrukh Khan said, “Mard woh hai jo dill dey, warna hai beykaar”.

    So Abdul by falling in love you have proved that you are a true movie lover.

    I will also take this opportunity to inform you of certain love quotes from random movies:

    1) Dilwalon key oopar Bhagwaan ki diya hoti hai (God is sympathetic to those who are lovers)

    2) Pyaar Diwana Hota hai (Love is mad, Abdul is mad)

    3) Pyaar Kiya toh darna kya? (Why are you scared of falling in love)

    4) Hogi pyaar ki jeet (Love will win)

    5) Mai aap sey pyaar karta hoon (I am agree falling in love with you)

    6) Sacha pyaar hamesha waapis aata hai (True love always comes back)

    7) Subha ka bhoola agar shaam ko ghar aa jaye toh ussey bhoola nahi kehtay. Hama riyan us ko kuch aur kehtay hain 🙂

    So Abdul, say all this to DRC and win her heart, before she sits on a train with Omer and runs away 🙂
    Remember Abdul, if you can’t express your love your lover will be taken away, in movies they do that, so don’t hold back and say it…..nahi kaho gey toh murr jao gey…..

  212. #212 by Abdul on February 12, 2009 - 5:05 PM

    Finally to conclude let’s get rocking with “mauja mauja”.

  213. #213 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 5:07 PM


    yeh take her before Omer takes her to Hyderabad…

  214. #214 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 5:09 PM

    LOL@ Hyderbad trip!! haha

  215. #215 by Abdul on February 12, 2009 - 5:09 PM

    “SAHAB” bhai yes I have kept those for future. As regards to Kank yes that’s one of my favourite movies as is Kal ho na ho. I mean the music in it is just fab.

  216. #216 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 5:12 PM


    thts the spirit! with Khansahabs guidance your love shall not fail.
    by the way i love SRK too and i think DRC loves him too…u r not the only one! goodluck 🙂

  217. #217 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 5:13 PM

    Abdul OMG!!! Ure sooooo in loveeeeee LOL

  218. #218 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 5:14 PM

    BF, u should practice what u preach !! lol

  219. #219 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 5:15 PM

    I think Theo’s wife has discovered his virtual affair avec Natalie Doorman and she had a fight with him today and locked him in the toilet, so he is not in his office today, poor Theo.

  220. #220 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 5:16 PM


    are you sure you want Khansahab to practice what he is agree?

  221. #221 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 5:17 PM

    Guys who love SRK are as straight as a Jalebi. Gosh he is so ugly. Sweetie, you have his original photo take on Oxford Street London, so why not send us so that we can put it here on the blog for people to know how he looks without make up!!!!!

  222. #222 by Abdul on February 12, 2009 - 5:18 PM

    Guys it’s all lighthearted but what type of coke does she like ?

  223. #223 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 5:19 PM

    hehe VP, what do u think?

  224. #224 by khansahab on February 12, 2009 - 5:19 PM


    Why are you asking that question? You want her to like lassi, bhains kay doodh ki?

  225. #225 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 5:22 PM

    I think she likes Diet Coke with Bhains kay doodh ki Malai to top it up. 😀

  226. #226 by farrah k raja on February 12, 2009 - 5:23 PM

    Mr Shukla
    I am an auntie,and I love it.Your remarks does not change the fact that I am from Pakistan and you are from India .So we will always be on the opposite side of the fence.
    I am sorry I cannot please you.

  227. #227 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 5:24 PM

    Last time I asked you guys who has seen the movie “Diner de Cons” ? Kissi nay nahee dekhi? Not even the Indian version?

  228. #228 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 5:26 PM

    LOL @ BF

    Javed i asked my sis to send it. she says she has it on her old comp.

  229. #229 by khansahab on February 12, 2009 - 5:30 PM


    By the way you should have expressed your wishes to DRC via e-mail. On a public forum some people might come and say, “Yeh ******* itni bari baath kesay keh raha hai?”

    Javed A Khan

    No I haven’t seen Dinner de Cons? Why is it relevant? Does it have a love story that is reminding you of Abdul and DRC?

  230. #230 by farrah k raja on February 12, 2009 - 5:32 PM

    This is Dedicated to Shukla

    “Pain has no colour and fear is sailent
    I do not know what is worst
    Fear when one loose voice
    Pain when one becomes numb
    Before it desends Paeace must prevail.
    Blogs and words do not show even the half of our personality.
    Or sometimes one can just sit back and wonder who are we talking to really?
    Above is my poem for INDIA AND PAKISTAN PAEACE:
    That is what I want.

  231. #231 by D. Shukla on February 12, 2009 - 5:33 PM

    Farrah auntie ji it is strange that you keep jumping in and around the fence like a grasshopper, every now and then you play tunes of friendships and then blow the trumpet of wars. One time you say why can’t we live together in peace as we have so many things in common? And you give silly examples of your office and boss and then you say “we will always be on the other side of the fence,” so which side of the fence are you now? I think you are now a granny thats why you keep forgetting what you’ve said b4 and who you are and where u are?

  232. #232 by farrah k raja on February 12, 2009 - 5:35 PM

    Anyway Got to go
    Just want to add,
    People do hate Nelson Mandella,Jinnah,Gandhi,Prophets,and Gods
    It never affects the other person it only affects you.
    Life is too short to hate.

  233. #233 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 5:36 PM

    BF, how come i never got an email from u? hehehe

  234. #234 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 5:36 PM

    Fardeen Khan looks like a real Pathan.

    khansahab he looks like a Parsi Pathan 😀

  235. #235 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 5:37 PM

    khansahab u better find out what Diner de Cons is all about, in fact you must see at least the Indian version if French is tres difficile pour toi.

  236. #236 by khansahab on February 12, 2009 - 5:39 PM

    Javed A Khan

    I thought he resembles Afridi when he has a little beard….

    What’s a Parsi Pathan?


    You never got an e-mail from me because I wanted to tell you in front of the whole wide world that, tum meri ho, aur sirf meri ho…..

    See that’s why Abdul is following suit?

    Abdul, come on express your feelings, pyaar kiya toh darna kya?

  237. #237 by khansahab on February 12, 2009 - 5:40 PM

    Javed A Khan

    What is the Indian version called?

  238. #238 by D. Shukla on February 12, 2009 - 5:40 PM


    Oh wow you re like one of the above now! So, when are you going to join them in real? 🙂

  239. #239 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 5:42 PM

    khansahab Google ki Maa noo poocho! 🙂 coz I don’t remember that.

  240. #240 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 5:45 PM

    Shukla, how about u join them first & not worry about others!

  241. #241 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 5:47 PM

    BF.. *blush*, dont make me wait .. warna Abdul k bajaey khud roo gey hehe

  242. #242 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 5:50 PM

    khansahab I googled and its called The Wedding Crashers…….. it is in Hindi.

  243. #243 by khansahab on February 12, 2009 - 5:51 PM

    OK That movie was called “Bheja Fry” and it came out in 2007.

    So why is it relevant? Does anyone fry bhejas on LS?


    Pehlay Abdul Izhaar-e-Ishq karey ga, phir mai karoon ga….

  244. #244 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 5:54 PM

    Yes, yes it is Bheja Fry……… that Asif Bhai is in it…. I dunno how I find The Wedding Crashers? I saw that in bits and bobs at my cousins place last year.

    Ps. Asif Bhai, I dunno his real name, but he was in one of the movies jis may he was a visa broker who used to send people to Dubai on fake visas……… comedy movie.

  245. #245 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 5:55 PM

    haha , kis se BF, mujhe se ya DRC se?

  246. #246 by Abdul on February 12, 2009 - 6:32 PM

    On a completely different note let me tell u if not aware that I find peculair is the fact that I had an evolution test on Charles Darwin’s 200th bithday ! His half cracked theory of evolution is a fascinating observation but as a muslim is a disgraceful act to think for one minutue that we evolved from apes ! Above all we know for certain that the almighty is creator and destroyer.

    Sweetie, talking of religion your you tube video link has helped me learn the 99 names of Allah up to number 80 so far. INSHALLAH I shall complete it soon.

  247. #247 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 6:50 PM


    what dodgy pod are you smoking? 🙂

  248. #248 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 7:14 PM

    Malboro started making menthol flavoured cigarettes? Gosh! I think u will gel with DRC, she likes peppermint mocha.
    u can fight Abdul loverboy for her 😀

  249. #249 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 7:20 PM

    but first u might want to ask her out the way abdul did to win her heart

  250. #250 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 7:54 PM


    u have some very good points there.

  251. #251 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 8:36 PM

    Omer, DRC ka kia hoga?

    Abdul, i am glad i could be of some help. Best of luck.

  252. #252 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 8:53 PM


    You are all geeks. I go to Bradford to eat out at a lovely restaurant and look what happens in the aftermath.


  253. #253 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 8:54 PM

    Fainting even. Doh!

  254. #254 by khansahab on February 12, 2009 - 8:59 PM


    Did you go Anam’s, Mumtaz’s or Abdul’s? 😉

  255. #255 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 9:17 PM

    Anam’s :D! It is my favourite. It makes going to Bradford worth it; putting up with the asian girl clones and the rudeboy wannabes. Then went opposite the road for dessert and then home. Took 3 hours to get home 😦 normally takes 50 mins. The snow up North is scary, witnessed so many accidents 😦

    How is your revision going?

  256. #256 by khansahab on February 12, 2009 - 9:18 PM


    Nawaab’s of Manchester is the best mate…

    I’ve been to Anam’s in Bradford, was good but not like Nawaab’s.

    What you need to eat in Nawaab’s is just the grill, and Chicken Korma and Chicken Tikka Masala with naan.

  257. #257 by khansahab on February 12, 2009 - 9:33 PM


    Aren’t you going to reciprocate Abdul’s Valentine’s Day greetings?

  258. #258 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 9:35 PM

    Apart from the grill and bubblegum icecream (with hot gulab jamans) nothing else stands out at Nawaabs. Nawaabs is good too and I went there a few weeks ago.

    I want bubblegum icecream and gulab jamans now!

  259. #259 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 9:40 PM

    Errrm no offence Khansahab but no reciprocation. You should know better than everyone I am not into all of that.

    In Anam’s this guy came over and was being all cheesy and asked if I wanted to be his Valentine…I was like errrrrrrrrrrr no mate and went bright red and could not leave soon enough. So embarrassing.

  260. #260 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 10:18 PM

    I am on about the former but I know you are more inclined to refer to gulab jamans in the ho desi girl sense.


  261. #261 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 10:22 PM

    The song ‘love mera hit hit’ from the film Billu Barber is so annoying and meaningless yet I find myself humming along to it and listening to it whenever I can get the chance…

    Awww Abdul..

  262. #262 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 10:22 PM

    Oh DRC!

    what is with you and guys? u r a magnet for them 🙂 Did u read Abdul’s confession?

  263. #263 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 10:24 PM

    Wht? the songs reminding u of Abdul 😉

  264. #264 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 10:25 PM

    I like ‘u get me rockin and reeling’ from the same movie…its well groovy

  265. #265 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 10:27 PM

    I dont think so VP, she’s still unaware of it.

  266. #266 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 10:29 PM


    we must request her to scroll up and read it…Abdul ka dil toot jaye ga :p

  267. #267 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 10:31 PM


    Are you trying to ask one of us out, cos if u r then u r not phrasing ur question properly

    i think sweetie was more than willing to meet with u 😀 she wants to wear her heels and u might not even need to buy a ticket to see her 😀

  268. #268 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 10:34 PM

    LOL VP, infact he does need to buy a ticket, he lives in NY i think. Besides all i can promise is a flying heel! hahaha

  269. #269 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 10:35 PM

    What has Abdul done know? I am still reeling after Omer’s ‘player’ tactics hehe.

    VP that song is catchy too!

  270. #270 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 10:35 PM

    Omer, u cant ask me out. BF will be chasing u with my heels hehehe

  271. #271 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 10:36 PM


    As a male you are entitled to 4. You have three and we will throw in Abdul for free!Hehe

  272. #272 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 10:39 PM

    Lol DRC

    buy three, get Abdul free!!

    Actually u might have scared Omer by saying he is allowed 4, marriage talk wil have that effect on him

  273. #273 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 10:40 PM

    DRC, read Abdul’s comments 230 , 237 & 252.

  274. #274 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 10:43 PM

    That is the thing with men. They love the whole girlfriend and hot gals banter but no one ever wants to commit.

    Hehe yes VP. Offer needs to be accepted soon, it expires very soon. What do you think Omer?

  275. #275 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 10:46 PM

    OMG I have my very own fan in Abdul. Awwwwwww Abdul…you are a geek! hehe

  276. #276 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 10:50 PM


    ur menthol is making u think we are fighting over u? why dont u decide? who do u like the best 😀

  277. #277 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 10:54 PM

    I think you will win VP 😛

  278. #278 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 10:55 PM

    Do you smoke Omer?

  279. #279 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 10:57 PM


    LOL!It is actually quite sweet you only want one wife. However your response seems to suggest one wife and maybe multiple GFs hehehe

  280. #280 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 10:57 PM

    DRC dear

    Omer had his heart set on u…then I mentioned Abdul and as he did not want to compete with him, he sort of tried to settle with me as a last resort.

  281. #281 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 10:58 PM

    Yeh DRC he smokes a dodgy pod 😦

  282. #282 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 11:02 PM

    Me and VP are both from England.


    Na it is all about you 😀

    Smoking is soooo bad. Tut tut!

  283. #283 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 11:06 PM


    he knows Abdul likes you even then he is waiting if u say yes to him and remember when he found similarity between u and Bellucci! tht is a very big complement 😀 and u know he is a hard core Bellucci fan

  284. #284 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 11:08 PM


    u have decided already, its DRC all the way lols!

    DRC darling

    chose one Abdul or Omer…he is desperate to know if he is ur type!

  285. #285 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 11:13 PM

    But if u ask Abdul, the background in which DRC’s smile appears may be the best ever…

  286. #286 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 11:14 PM

    Well maybe if Omer described himself then I would know 😛

  287. #287 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 11:15 PM

    oh ok…sowie *embarrassed to get it wrong*

  288. #288 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 11:16 PM

    I am so confused…….eek!

  289. #289 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 11:16 PM

    Omer description please

  290. #290 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 11:20 PM

    Omer, ajh pitnay ka dil kar ra hai ?

  291. #291 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 11:22 PM

    Really Omer?

    I have seen a lot of good looking girls’ groups…but wht to do if u find friends in ppl who are not as good looking as u? they become the most imp people in ur life, looks are secondary innit

  292. #292 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 11:22 PM


    Keep digging yourself in a deeper hole 😛 Shabaash your nearly on your way to Australia now

  293. #293 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 11:25 PM


    there u go…u dont get a description girl…

  294. #294 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 11:26 PM


    The way you write is one thing but what you write is a completely different matter.


    I think he is in the mood to get beaten

  295. #295 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 11:28 PM

    Omer flirt

    yeh…DRC has a point about ur writing

  296. #296 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 11:33 PM

    VP, doesnt omer jhaki sound better? hehehe
    No Omer * wit bholpaan*, i dunno what u mean.

  297. #297 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 12, 2009 - 11:34 PM

    Omer, one of them would qualify for what along wit me? marring u with high heels? LOL

  298. #298 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 11:36 PM

    Lol Sweetie…Omer jhaki, yeh i remember Javed explaining the meaning turr turr turr

  299. #299 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 11:37 PM

    Omer is so getting beaten up first by Sweetie then by Abdul 😀

  300. #300 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 12, 2009 - 11:41 PM


    I am looking forward to the endless bunches of flowers you will be sending moi on Valentines Day 😀


    So I am your Valentine?! Is that after or before Sweetie beats you up and turnes you into mash potato with her heels 😀

  301. #301 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 11:41 PM

    yeh, i think it will be best ‘Omer jhaki flirt’ like dimpl rosy cheeks 😀

  302. #302 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 11:45 PM

    wht say DRC? u agree with my decision?

  303. #303 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 11:45 PM

    “marring u with high heels?” sweetie

    Are you marrying Omer with high heels or, marrying him wearing high heels? 😀

  304. #304 by Vanilla pod on February 12, 2009 - 11:46 PM

    Lol Javed! the y was not intended to be there

  305. #305 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 11:47 PM

    turr, turr, turr kay alawa, there is another word, buk buk kerna 😀

  306. #306 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 11:48 PM

    Oh, Urdu ka Marrrrring???? Accha gotcha ! 😀

  307. #307 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 11:54 PM

    The problem is you guys are bowling conventional off-breaks at good length to Omer and he is putting a straight defensive bat and doing tuk, tuk, tuk, tuk, whereas the “spinkid” spins a googly, flipper or a chinaman at him and he gets beaten from behind the legs. That’s what you ALL need to learn from the spinkid. 😀

  308. #308 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 12, 2009 - 11:59 PM

    Sweetie, first you call him Jhakki and then you say Marring, if you combine the two it becomes Omer tum Jhakk Marring? LOL…. I am sure Omer knows the meaning of Jhakk Marna? Its different from being Jhakki. Btw, its not a bad word as such, Jhakk Marna is like wandering about.

    In fact when I was in the bank I used to conduct in-house seminars and workshops on Marketing and coined this phrase MBWA (managing by wandering about) with the clients. I am surprised that some people are using it in their lectures, notes and even in books.

  309. #309 by Vanilla pod on February 13, 2009 - 12:25 AM


    the heels wer to be used on u to turn u into mashed potato, not poor Abdul..are u hallucinating words? Malboro Malboro, what hav u turned a bright mind into

  310. #310 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 13, 2009 - 12:25 AM

    Omer, i dont boss around, i just believe in gettin my point across LOL

  311. #311 by Vanilla pod on February 13, 2009 - 12:52 AM

    Lol Omer hav u tasted the foot imprints before?

  312. #312 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 13, 2009 - 1:00 AM

    Omer, dont butter up my heels to make me fall ;P

  313. #313 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 9:27 AM

    Omer yes, you are right I have summed up my experience of JM very ‘aptly’ and, I am proud to be so creative to invent a new concept of MBWA and to coin a phrase. 🙂 Lets not discuss banking on this page because the general banking is all about OPM (other people’s money). I wasn’t dealing with money, I was dealing with people, traveling and staying luxuriously, eating gourmet food, playing golf and skeet shooting, even going on fishing expeditions with some clients overall that JM experience wasn’t that bad and now, not only every bank is doing that but, big CA firms have established a consultancy wing within their company to handle that kinda business. I have my own business now and there is nothing like being your own boss. 😀

    And, Omer you are lucky that you got the imprints and that’s because, you got it from the flatter side of the so-called weapon, the other end works like a stiletto. That’s why I prefer to see the ladies in flat heels and Sindbad Shoes. Aren’t Multani Khussay cute? I have one “Tillay day kaam da” and I wear it on occasions and the gorees always admire them. 🙂

  314. #314 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 9:32 AM

    Omer, i dont boss around, i just believe in gettin my point across LOL..Sweetie

    LOL Sweetie if women were as successful at home as they are at work then there wouldn’t have been any Muneers 😀 left in this world.

    Behind every successful man there is a woman
    Behind every successful woman is………………

    a pile of unwashed laundry ! 😐
    That’s because she buys a new suit instead of dry cleaning the other one.
    Just like Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gillani who wears a new suit everyday only to believe he is a successful housewife of Zardari 😀

  315. #315 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 9:35 AM


    Sorry to hear about a plane crash near Buffalo NY killing all 49 people on board.


  316. #316 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 13, 2009 - 2:45 PM

    Javed, What are u tryin to imply by this comment of ures? “LOL Sweetie if women were as successful at home as they are at work then there wouldn’t have been any Muneers 😀 left in this world.”???

    PPl like Muneer are here for ibraat, theyre a bi product of evil parents & their creations not us women whom they end up marrrying. When will u men stop blame us women for ure bad genes ?? (not u)

    & as far as house keeping, uve seen the pics of my home & i think theyre self explanatory.

  317. #317 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 3:48 PM

    It was about the point getting across……… seems like my point is not well taken or it managed to stay across the “Pont” (in French) never mind Sweetie 😀

    Its a very quiet Friday morning with Theo still locked in the toilet by his wife 🙂 and Awas stuck in Bhati Gate, khansahab imtehano may masroof. It is 10:50 a.m. EST, I was up at 4:00 and then watched the Australia / NZ rain curtailed 5th ODI played in a 20/20 style, what a great display of batting by Haddin, Ferguson and then by Guptill unfortunately for NZ rain Gods prevented them from winning.

  318. #318 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 13, 2009 - 3:56 PM

    What does a woman’s success have to do with work/ home & getting point across?

    Theo isnt locked in a bathroom, hes is trapped inside a cage by a deer, whos carrying a gun hehehe

  319. #319 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 4:12 PM

    “Theo isnt locked in a bathroom, hes is trapped inside a cage by a deer, whos carrying a gun hehehe”

    Itna jaldi yae news Akhbaar may bhee agayee? Wow.

  320. #320 by Vanilla pod on February 13, 2009 - 4:16 PM

    A womans success has to do a lot with work/home and getting point across 😀 A successful woman at work is the one who doesnt touch her house cos she got maids to do it. A successful woman at home is the queen of the house and everything in the house functions the way she wants it to, including husband. A successful woman who gets her point across each time is the one who doesnt give a damn abt anyone or anything 😀

    Its pay back tym for the deers…yey

  321. #321 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 4:28 PM

    A successful woman at home is the queen of the house and everything in the house functions the way she wants it to, including husband.

    VP – I think you forgot to mention that a successful woman is carrying a remote control in her hand when dealing with her husband, right? Like Theo is locked inside the cage with the flick of a button! Hmmmmmmm interesting 😀

  322. #322 by Theossa on February 13, 2009 - 4:30 PM

    What’s cracking homees? Why you guys are spreading unsubstantiated rumors about me? What had happened that there was windstorm on Wednesday night in Pittsburgh area and I had to go out in the field and oversee fallen trees and utility poles removal operations from state highways. These Game Commission guys keep throwing dead deer on state highways for us to pick and dispose so I had a meeting with them as well.

    It’s a long weekend ahead and I ’m leaving for NYC to spend it with family. I hate that city, too much traffic and dirty as hell. I like my laid back country town but you know how local chicks dig Valentine’s Day so I had to agree. It’s too bad because a bud of mine offered me to go with him to Lake Erie for Steelhead fishing. You know while walking in Manhattan I’ll be keep thinking about the lost fish, oh boy, marriage is tough 😥

    Javed, I’m able to get Red Tags for Doe hunting from a local farm. It’s a deer tag that farmer provide hunters to get rid of deer that destroy their farms. I’ll be doing a Naikee to them as well as hunting, Jannat mien makaamaor deer bhe tamaam 😀

    Sweetie, yeah I know a lot of deer wish they get even with me but since God has put me on top of the food chain they have to keep sucking it up like a lot of other living beings I eat 😆

  323. #323 by Vanilla pod on February 13, 2009 - 4:33 PM

    Aww but the cage story was so entertaining 😦

  324. #324 by Theossa on February 13, 2009 - 4:45 PM

    I don’t know about the measures of success for women but I do know which women will go to Jannat without being questioned; the ones who will scarify days like birthdays, anniversaries, Valentine Day and let their husbands go hunting and fishing 😀

  325. #325 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 4:48 PM

    Theo its good to see you outta cage and chains and the way you narrated your hunting opportunities you should change your name from simply theo to NV theo (NV short for envy) 😀 So, you go after the white tail deers?

    Oh boy marriage is tough………. who advised you to get married? Btw, did you meet her during Halloween? I mean was she wearing a white tail deer costume? 😀 That explains the rest.

  326. #326 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 4:52 PM

    So, she didn’t sacrifice for you? And, not letting you go hunting and fishing and wanna keep you in the cage? On Jannat Ghalib said:

    Raat ko, Mai pee, subha ko Taoba kee
    Rindh kay rindh rehay, haath say Jannat bhee na gayee!

    Mai = sharaab
    Rindh = Paapi, sinner, sharabi whatever.

  327. #327 by Theossa on February 13, 2009 - 4:56 PM


    I’m very impressed by you Spin King! You just took step# 1 in being a man by letting your crush know how you feel about her. The step# 2 is even tougher; you have to take on guys that block your love. In your case it’s Omer! If you don’t do so DRC will think you are a chicken. You don’t want to be known as chicken do you? So man up some more, get some balls and tell Omar leave DRC alone! It’s like Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution, female species look for strong male partners.

  328. #328 by Mohammed Munir on February 13, 2009 - 4:58 PM

    On Jannat, Ghalib also said:

    Jannat Ki Haqeeqat Hum Ko Maloom Hai Laikin 😉

  329. #329 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 13, 2009 - 4:58 PM

    Javed, im sure she wasnt wearing a deer costume, else Theo wouldve shot her. hehehe She was prolly wearing deer eyelashes & Theo fell for them hehe

  330. #330 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 4:59 PM

    Theo LOL@ your Warghalana

    I wonder what you will do with your kids? 😀

  331. #331 by Mohammed Munir on February 13, 2009 - 5:01 PM

    Theossa …

    Just saw your new picture, it’s kinda cool with the ‘Tamuncha’ in your hand and not a ‘Chimta’ 😉

    For Javed Khan, I am seeing his ‘much’ younger brothe’s picture, who is this cute guy dude ? 😀

  332. #332 by Mohammed Munir on February 13, 2009 - 5:04 PM

    This is an old link and many of you would have seen it many times, but it’s a timeless classic, so enjoy it one more time 😉

    Pakistan Zindabad …
    Yousuf Raza Gilani & Sheery Rahman Paaindabad …

  333. #333 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 5:05 PM

    She was prolly wearing deer eyelashes & Theo fell for them hehe

    Haiiiiiiii @ Hirni ki baree baree aankhain aur bareee bareee pulkain?

    On Pulkain here is one from Ghalib again….

    Chaahay hai phir kisi ko muqabil may aarzoo
    Surmay say tez dashna-e-mijzhgaan kiyeh howay

    Dashna-e-Mijzhgaan = Eye lashes, as a metaphoric dagger
    Surma say tez…. like using surma to sharpen the eye lashes like you sharpen a dagger.

  334. #334 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 5:11 PM

    Munir, I’ve put on a few extra kilos so kinda chubby cheeks now aur yae sab Sweetie ki nazar lagee hai, she kept haonso-ing my parathas and laam lates. I usually eat a lot in winter and no exercise still manage to keep my weight under control but this time I think had too much of russ malais, barfi and gajar ka halwa avec paratha and too many parties of paya and nihari. So, I better get rid of those 3 extra kilos, it always shows on my face first.

    On Theo’s picture Sweetie has already commented by saying he looks like “Shida Khaali Pistol Wala” 😀

  335. #335 by Abdul on February 13, 2009 - 5:12 PM

    It’s the eve of valentines day and I would specially like to dedicate this all to DRC and VP.

    Must watch. Wonderful ghaana !

  336. #336 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 5:14 PM

    Munir, ek tou sher ki taang tori, agla pichla bhee chora aur Ghammazi bhi kertay ho?

    Unkay dekhay say jo aajati hai munh per raonaq
    Woh samjhtay hain kay beemar ka haal accha hai
    Hum ko maloom hai jannat ki haqeeqat laikin
    Dilkay khush rekhnay ko Ghalib yeh khayal accha hai

  337. #337 by Abdul on February 13, 2009 - 5:17 PM

    Perhaps u girls might like this one as well on this special ocassion.

  338. #338 by Abdul on February 13, 2009 - 5:18 PM

    U must let me know your favourites !

  339. #339 by Theossa on February 13, 2009 - 5:18 PM

    LOL Javed, yeah we have Whitetail deer population. It was an interesting story about Wild Murghi. I never knew there were such Murghis around. We are blessed with Amish folks here in Pennsylvania. They let you say ayats and they take care of lamb or goat whatever you are interested in which costs on average $120, not bad for whole janwar.

    And keep bringing those poetic analogies about eyes and eye lashes, this is some good shit to use on Valentine’s Day 😀

    Sweetie, yes pretty eyes and pretty smile is my weakness 😦 what is your weakness btw, look wise?

    Munir Khana, Topaq zama qanoon de 😀

  340. #340 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 5:18 PM

    Lo jee Daddy Kay Shuns bhee shuroo ho gayeen Cupid bhee aagaya ker lo jo kerna hai. 😀

  341. #341 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 5:21 PM

    U must let me know your favourites !

    Sahab Bibi aur Ghulam ho tou aisa! ahahahahahaha

  342. #342 by Theossa on February 13, 2009 - 5:23 PM


    You are the man! keep up the good work. I can’t wait to see Omer tremble and you pick the trophy that is DRC’s heart 😀

  343. #343 by Abdul on February 13, 2009 - 5:24 PM

    Magrib time everyone especially on the holy Friday.

  344. #344 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 13, 2009 - 5:24 PM

    Theo, i dont go for looks. But i like tall & broad men. Haiiii @ someone.. kia yaad dila dia.

  345. #345 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 13, 2009 - 5:25 PM

    Javed, i think its cute & really adorable of Abdul.

  346. #346 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 5:27 PM


    Don’t tell me you never went for game hen hunting? Take a look at the birds.

  347. #347 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 5:31 PM

    Theo, i dont go for looks. But i like tall & broad men. Haiiii @ someone.. kia yaad dila dia. Sweetie

    Sweetie, the only tall and broad guy on the blog is Shida Khali Pistol, so are you aiming at him? 😀 And on your Haiiii @ someone kia yaad dila dia…….

    Yaad-e-Maazi Azaab hai Ya Abdul Rab
    Cheen lay Mujh say Dupatta Mera … 😀

  348. #348 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 13, 2009 - 5:32 PM

    Javed, Abdul is way too young, as my niece says BACHA loll

  349. #349 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 5:35 PM

    Sweetie, Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan was known as Baccha Khan throughout his life. So what Baccha are you talking about? 😀

    I g2g guys tc.

  350. #350 by Theossa on February 13, 2009 - 5:45 PM


    Please do not call Abdul a kid or Buchcha anymore; he is a man who knows what he wants and he has my full support in kicking out Omer the love blocker.


    I’m not sure if we have these hens here in Pennsylvania, I get game Commission and Hunting magazines about our area and never saw one there. This Murghi in first picture is very cute, if I were not married I would ask her as my valentine and cook her later 😆


    LOL at kia yaad dila dia. I think everyone here must have some kind of similar stories to sigh on 🙂

  351. #351 by Mohammed Munir on February 13, 2009 - 5:47 PM

    Javed Khan …

    Sorry about the Shair 😦 Anyways, thanks for the correction, I thought someone will 😉

    Abdul …

    Is it ok to celebrate V.day on a holy Friday ?

    I see you are trying with 2 girls at the same time, so it’s keeping your options open.

    Tu Nahin Aur Sahi, Aur Nahin Aur Sahi 😉

  352. #352 by Vanilla pod on February 13, 2009 - 5:49 PM


    Thanks so much for the dedication! thts very sweet of u. DRC is very lucky to have u 😀

    by the way in America and Canada, it might be still zuhar time….

  353. #353 by Mohammed Munir on February 13, 2009 - 5:50 PM

    LOL @ Theossa …

    This Murghi in first picture is very cute, if I were not married I would ask her as my valentine and cook her later.

    I know love is ‘cruel’, but not so much 😀

  354. #354 by Theossa on February 13, 2009 - 6:05 PM

    Guys, I gotta leave early for my NYC trip so have a nice weekend,


    Happy Valentine’s Day


  355. #355 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 13, 2009 - 6:51 PM

    It is Zuhr time here.

    Munir, Valentine’s day it tomorrow not today.

    Happy Valentine’s day to u too Theo .

  356. #356 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 13, 2009 - 6:56 PM

    VP i think Abdul likes you.

    I made chicken tikka style cous cous today and it was lovely.

    I am so addicted to the song ‘Love mera hit hit’ from Billu Barber. It is so darn annoying but so catchy.

  357. #357 by Mohammed Munir on February 13, 2009 - 7:04 PM

    Sweetie …

    As Abdul said it was Maghrib prayer time, so I was just teasing him with the V.Day 😉

    Nevertheless, I guess it does not differentiate much if it is Friday or Saturday, those who celebrate it will celebrate it on any day while those who do not beleive in it and do not like to celebrate it, will not celebrate it even on a Saturday 😉

  358. #358 by Abdul on February 13, 2009 - 7:30 PM

    Khansahab , I thought u ought to know I am not that dirty type of person and just look for girls for love , relationship and well being and much more on the larger scale than just “sex” which you are so determined to unleash.

  359. #359 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 13, 2009 - 7:56 PM

    DRC, how do u make tikka style couscous?

  360. #360 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 8:31 PM

    yeah what is tikka style couscous? Couscous is made from semolina or Suji (not the desi) they also make it with corn and add meat, vegetables, chicken etc. Do you mean topping up with Chicken Tikka or Mutton Tikkas on Couscous? I prefer any type of rice over semolina or pasta i.e., if I have to choose between the three.

    Yeah, the Zuhar time is over it was Jumma and now its Asr time already… Theo NY kay bahanay bhaag gaya jaldi.

  361. #361 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 8:32 PM

    Abdul, you have a love & hate relationship with khansahab, you can’t live without him 🙂

  362. #362 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 8:34 PM

    Munir: Sorry about the Shair 😦 Anyways, thanks for the correction, I thought someone will

    I thought you will ask me what is ghammazi? But, you didn’t. So, I guess you know its meaning, right?

  363. #363 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 8:35 PM

    khansahab tusi waddi tajrbay di gullaan ker rai O? 😀

  364. #364 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 13, 2009 - 8:47 PM

    I marinated some chicken in yoghurt, lime juice, a few tablesppoons of ketchup and tandoori masala.I left it for a while and added the mixture to a pan. I added oil too and let it cook away for about 10 mins. I tend add sliced onions and let it cool for a further 15-20 mins. In the meantime I prepared the cous cous by letting it soak in some boiled water. To this I added some lemon juice, a little butter and a pinch of black pepper.

    When the water had been absorbed by the cous cous, I transferred the cous cous to the pan and gave it a good mix.


    I like Cous Cous and rice more than pasta. Cous Cous is so easy to prepare and fool proof hence why I prefer it sometimes over rice. So yummy too.

  365. #365 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 13, 2009 - 8:49 PM

    Ignore the typos…I am so tired!

  366. #366 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 8:49 PM

    Although it is a political news but it is so hilarious that I am posting it here on V-talk page

    Pink panties for Indian right wing group leader
    February 13, 2009 Categories: News

    When Valentine’s Day comes tomorrow, Pramod Mutalik will be the recipient of thousands of pairs of pink panties. But the knickers won’t mean declarations of love.

    Mutalik is the leader of Sri Ram Sena (Lord Ram’s Army) — an extreme right wing organisation in India that purports to be the “custodians of Indian culture”.

    Members of Mutalik’s group are suspected of being behind a widely publicised incident last month in which a group of men brutally attacked women in a bar in the southern city of Mangalore — beating them, and kicking them when they fell to the ground.

    Mutalik was arrested in the attack, but released on bail.

    Last week he was quoted as saying: “Valentine’s Day is definitely not Indian culture and we will not allow celebration of that day in any form.”

    India’s Minister for Women, Renuka Chowdhury, has called the Mangalore attack and other actions by the Sri Ram Sena a symptom of the “Talibanisation”of India. The Sri Ram Sena, like the Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan, often takes justice into its own hands and prosecutes people according to its own cultural and religious beliefs.

    “It is regressive and patriarchal like nothing else we’ve seen in a long time,” says Isha Manchanda, one of four young Indian women who have banded together to fight back — with pink panties.

    They’ve founded a Facebook group called the “Consortium of Pubgoing, Loose and Forward Women”, and a blog called The Pink Chaddi Campaign, and they are asking women all over the world to send pink chaddi’s — panties — to Mutalik. The group has over 13,000 supporters so far.

    The consortium sarcastically says it wants Saturday — Valentine’s Day — to be “the day in which Indian women’s virginity and honour will self-destruct unless they marry or tie on a rakhi, a bracelet that signifies two people of the opposite gender are brother and sister. Walk to the nearest pub and buy a drink. Raise a toast to the Sri Ram Sena”.

    “ The response has been amazing,” Karishma Upadhyay, another founding member, said in an email to FoxNews.com.


    Isn’t it hilarious? I think in Karnataka State the BJP has won and so has their Chamchas tou yae tou hona hee thaa… ahahahahahahaha !

    Oh, I forgot to mention the headlines on the news, “Hindu Girls if seen talking to Muslim Boys are being Kidnapped by Hindi Extremists” There have been a few cases reported and one of the girls finally committed suicide.!

  367. #367 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 13, 2009 - 8:55 PM

    DRC the best couscous is supposed to be made by the Moroccans and I have tried that, its OK but not if I have to choose between Biryani, Yakhni Pulao or even egg fried rice if it is Chinese cuisine. I do eat Arabic cuisine more than most people for e.g., not just couscous but, Kebbeh, Kaftay, humus, tabulay, babaghanoush, machboos, fareet, harrisa etc. But, I am very much a desi person when it comes to food, there is NO comparison between our food than the bland cuisines from different countries.

  368. #368 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 13, 2009 - 9:03 PM

    Javed i know what couscous is, i wanted to know how she made tikka style couscous. Ufff @ u!!

    If abdul is 17, hes much younger than DRC…. poor u Abdul.

  369. #369 by Vanilla pod on February 13, 2009 - 9:24 PM

    Aww guys i miss Awas! i hope he comes back soon..i am sure u all are missing him too 🙂

  370. #370 by Vanilla pod on February 13, 2009 - 9:28 PM


    Abdul likes u and only you and he declared it publically too, which is very sweet. And Omer jhaki flirt likes you too. I told u, u r a magnet for guys 😀

  371. #371 by Vanilla pod on February 13, 2009 - 9:33 PM


    lols tht was very funny 😀 esp the part where the Indian women’s virginity and honour will self destruct

  372. #372 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 13, 2009 - 9:59 PM


    Abdul is a tad too young but I am flattered.I am sure he will find a nice lady around his own age.

    Cous cous tastes nice mixed with masalay walaey chanay too.


    Variety is the spice of life as they say. I love trying new cuisines and near our Uni there is the most lovely little Arab restuaran and further in town there is a wonderful Turkish restuarant. Obviously nothing compares with desi cuisine. I miss my mum’s cooking and it has only been a few days since I had it but it is not the same. On Sunday I am going to make a few salaans and freeze them.


    Naaaaaaaaa it is nothing like that at all. Have you heard the ‘Love mera hit hit’ song! Gosh I have still got it on after a few hours. It is on repeat 😀

    P.s. yes Awas is missed. Hope he is having a good time.

  373. #373 by Vanilla pod on February 13, 2009 - 10:09 PM


    yes yes i hav its nice 🙂 i like mar jaani too. Do u think Deepika Padukone’s outfits are really revealing?! :-O but SRK looks so nice in his, no one else can carry those outfits better than him

  374. #374 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 13, 2009 - 10:10 PM

    My Valentine this year is……………………………….

  375. #375 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 13, 2009 - 10:16 PM

    Oh I like that too and Jaoon Kahaan…nice songs.

    I agree the outfits are quite revealing. One does not have to show oodles of flesh to look good. India is a funny country. They act all conservative and burn effigies when Gere kissed Shetty, but they applaud the nangay lafangay Bollywood stars. Shaabaash!

  376. #376 by farrah, k.raja on February 13, 2009 - 10:36 PM


    1.Best gifts are only gold ,encrusted with diamond.
    2.One rose is only acceptable if it is pressed,dreid and put inside the handwritten poetry book,compiled of course in a tribute to your beauty and missing you.

    3.Bucket of roses ,huge box of choclate along with his credit card is only just a humble gift.

    4.No to all work,need assistance from having a breakfast in bed to finding your sleepers.Any treatment less than queen is unacceptable.

    Best gift for him:

    1. Is of course what you enjoy most like spa treatment vouchers for two,he can have breakfast and read newspaper while you get mani cure,pedicure and of course Egyption bath.

    2.Dinner for two where he is on diet and you finish off his food as well

    3.Going on a long drive,when it is your favourite music and he is driving at least eight hours.Your contribution is you are looking beautiful.

    4.The best gift for him is of course what his mum gave you for him last year and you wanted to surprise him now.

    5.If you really like the gift he gave you ,you can give him product vouchers which you got free with your shopping.

    6.Remember most beautiful roses have sharpest thorns.Wear them all over you.

    7.Do not answer your phone until you count to twenty and reply next year.

  377. #377 by farrah, k.raja on February 14, 2009 - 12:06 AM

    Read the V talk page above now:
    Arabic food is so non-romantic.
    Barbecue is good guys.Just the kebab and naan will do.Fantastic.
    Avoid Theo types at all cost it means wearing long coats ,long boats and frosty night waiting for the bloody deer.
    Avoid Abdul and Khanshab types as well
    they are complete fuqrai students.
    I do not know the rest very well ……..so no comments for the rest.

  378. #378 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 14, 2009 - 1:05 AM

    Yeh Awas is missed.

    DRC u being a bad girl!! Let go my BF & hold on to Abdul hehehe

    Javed, dont u think they shouldve called it ‘ “gulabee chaddi campaign”? lol

    Happy valentine’s day to all of u.

  379. #379 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 14, 2009 - 1:50 AM

    I was going to say my little sister is my Valentine this year 😀 Sweetie as if you think I am a bad girl 😦 You should have atleast waited to see what I said!

    Happy Valentine’s Day to all ❤

    Oh and Sweetie how can I let go of someone I never held onto hehe

  380. #380 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 14, 2009 - 2:01 AM

    I never said u were gonna say BF, I said bad girl cuz u not goin for Abdul lol

  381. #381 by farrah, k.raja on February 14, 2009 - 2:16 AM

    Well one advice for Maried men:
    if youhave forgotten to uy Valentines gift order flowers on internet and do not forget
    ear plugs .
    Sing this song……..
    aachi baat hai……..
    kahein jaana hai…………..
    aapni ami kou phone kar lou………
    her kapra aacha hai aur her rung haseen hai….
    yeah joati aachai hain……
    pasoun kai liyae bank jana parai ga sardee hai………..
    Valentines day,I have dedicated it to you ,now can I sleep ……

  382. #382 by khansahab on February 14, 2009 - 10:14 AM


    Abdul has expressed his desires and now no one can come in his way.

    What is a bannou, Abdul? Some kind of swear word?


    I bet you’re feeling like the luckiest girl alive 🙂 A 6′, bright and upcoming legspinner has fallen for you, truly, madly and deeply.

    Abdul, Lagey raho Munnabhai 🙂

  383. #383 by Abdul on February 14, 2009 - 12:00 PM

    Khansahab , bhai is for masculine as bannou is femanine. Get is now ? Yeh forgive me as my key board urdu spelling is rather atrocious.

  384. #384 by khansahab on February 14, 2009 - 12:09 PM


    I am forgive you but I didn’t know what bannou means. So I learned something from you today 🙂 How will you celebrate?

    Actually your keyboard spelling of English isn’t much to write home about either, no offence intended.

  385. #385 by Vanilla pod on February 14, 2009 - 12:45 PM


    I wanna watch Billu Barber…it has got good reviews from the critics too! 😀

  386. #386 by Vanilla pod on February 14, 2009 - 12:46 PM

    Farrah, Sweetie and DRC how are you celebrating today?

  387. #387 by Abdul on February 14, 2009 - 1:11 PM

    Khansahab yes I agree but when I paste it in a word document as I have now started to do for some comments regarding cricket than it’s perfection but when I don’t as u pointed out it can have countless mistakes.

    Anway yesterday cricket became a laughing stock in the sporting industry when sand stopped play. How pathetic ? The administrators are firmly responsible and after the Oval test controversy in 06 this is another embarassment on the skillful game of test cricket.

    By the way what do u guys think of Dev Patel ? And does anyone watch kofee with Karan Johar from time to time ? I like the controversies which spill out between celebrities and find it amusing that they hold quite a bit of greef against their colleagues. Especially Kareena who doesn’t seem to like any of her fellow actresses.

  388. #388 by Abdul on February 14, 2009 - 1:29 PM

    DRC weren’t u supposed to accompany me today. Pretty please …………… ?

  389. #389 by Abdul on February 14, 2009 - 1:36 PM

    DRC this if for u http://www.clipartspace.com/clipart/valentines/happy-valentines-day.gif

    well one thing for sure is that Omer didn’t greet u on your special day .

    All the best ! (moments are with u)

  390. #390 by Abdul on February 14, 2009 - 1:40 PM

    May a glittering display shine in your eyes.

    lots of love – Ab !

  391. #391 by khansahab on February 14, 2009 - 1:49 PM


    You want DRC’s phone number?

  392. #392 by farrah, k.raja on February 14, 2009 - 3:04 PM

    Hi Vanilla
    Nothing happens on such days !!The Valentine Messages you get are from the people you never want to get them from.

    to be honest the thrill is when you are a teen ager ,and you are so bloody scared to get a card.
    three years ago I called ARY digital announcing I am going to London Eye.So I asked the host ,Hajra what are you doing?
    She said ,nothing of the sort you are planning.
    the best gift I ever recieved was Parveen Shakir Khusboo
    the worst thing ever happened to me on Valentines is my mum brought me red roses saying tumharee sahailee nai driver kai haath kiyoun phool bhaijai hain?
    is ka kiya mutlaab hai.
    I am going to Kew gardens for Tropical flower exhibition and Barbecue.not with someone special but all my friends.

  393. #393 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 14, 2009 - 3:28 PM

    Uffoh Sweetie, read my comment again. I was concurring your views by asking the same question about “style” ‘coz I know couscous is couscous, although DRC tried to explain it in her own style which I am unable to comprehend. Never mind its not that important, but like you I was also confused kay tikka style couscous kya hota?

    Agar wo “Pink” nahee kehenge tou phir Maa-Dren kaisay lagenge? The word Chaddi is so commonly used in India that they will not change. That hero what’s his name Thirakta Roshan Dan? He looks like Tarzan’s son especially in one of the songs I saw on TV jis may he is wearing just a “Chaddi”

  394. #394 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 14, 2009 - 3:45 PM


    The members of that Pink Chaddi Campaign has increased from 13,000 to 34,000 and it is still growing. Whereas, on Feb. 13th the govt has held in custody more than 140 people who were leading this Chaddi Drive and were reportedly going to attack the clubs and pubs to put a curb on these so-called, “forward, onward going, loose women.” ( what a phrase! 😀 )

    Reportedly, millions of pink Chaddi’s have been received by these people and they are used, unused, smelly, with holes and stains and all shapes and sizes. Only Sri Ram Sena would know what they will do with these millions of Pink Chaddis? Btw, this Sri Ram Sena is an offshoot of RRS, BajrangDal and Shiv Sena.

    Here is a song for these people:

    Ayeen hain Baharain Mittay Zulm O Sitam
    Ram ki Leela rung layee
    Aur Shyam nay Chaddi Bhijayee

  395. #395 by Vanilla pod on February 14, 2009 - 4:53 PM


    lols, i hope you enjoy the flower display and barbecue


    Yeh! i read the news, nearly 160 people have been locked up and they will be released on the 16th.

    Oh do u know if cardamoms are grown in Canada? Someone was saying they bought cardamoms in a packt which said ‘produce of Canada’ they were very nice too.

    Omer Jhaki flirt

    That was some speedy recovery! finally u have got the courage to ask, rather state what u want from DRC 😀

  396. #396 by farrah, k.raja on February 14, 2009 - 9:24 PM

    Exhibition was nice,early spring ,I love conservateries,particularly ones filled with plants.
    Being a middle class is so good one has taste for everything and no money to buy anything:)
    Sometimes I look at my one bedroom flat ,the whole flat is actually the size of my bedroom in Pakistan.I miss the gardens.
    It was so good today ,sun was out for a change.Barbecue was rubbish .I am so used to to my Asian spice ,actually I ate potatoes ,aubergines and Italian pickled eggs etc,with bread and green tea.
    So if I want to buy a place with conservatory in London ,a decent size which we can call a house by Pakistni standards,
    How many millions is it?at least six
    How many millions have I got in my account?none.
    What a rubbish life it is ?

  397. #397 by farrah, k.raja on February 14, 2009 - 9:31 PM

    Where is Sweety?miss Ya ?

    Omer ,
    Gahlib said this for you:
    When I see her ,thousand lights flash at my face
    She thinks I am happy when actually I feel sicken and sorrowful in her absence.

    ——–I am making aloo kai parathai.

  398. #398 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 14, 2009 - 10:29 PM


    Lol why am I unpredictable? Hope you had a fab Valentine’s Day


    I when shopping and bought some jeans. Been looking for some nice shoes for ages but haven’t found any so I think I am just going to have some of my favourite shoes re-heeled. Then we went for lunch. Was a very nice girly day 😀 What did you get up to?


    Don’t you dare give my phone number out 😀
    Maar parey gi

  399. #399 by farrah, k.raja on February 14, 2009 - 10:39 PM

    Dedicated to everyone
    Teree qurbatoun kai lamhain phool jaisai
    magar pholoun ki umrain mukhtasar hain

    classy valentine song:

  400. #400 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 14, 2009 - 10:54 PM

    Honest answer

    Most probably.

    Oh and as we have established in previous conversations, guys dirty minds are limitless, not limited.

    How about you be his Valentine *cough cough*

  401. #401 by farrah, k.raja on February 14, 2009 - 10:55 PM

    i recieved this

  402. #402 by Vanilla pod on February 15, 2009 - 1:02 AM


    its really good tht atleast u cud enjoy the flower display, even tho the food wasnt tht great. I like conservatories too and if they are filled with flowers then chaar chaand lag jaatay hain 😀 how cum u didnt spend ur Valentines day with the guy u r getting hooked with by the end of this yr? hope u dont mind me askin. Oh my, England’s big cities and its small houses, i bet ur aalo k parathay aroma fills the entires house. by the way do u work out? u r quite slim and trim or are u one of those who hav a good metabolism?


    im glad u had a good time today. In the morning, i was just at home and kept checking V-talk but there wasnt mush activity here. in the evening, i went to a dawat…some family friends invited us along with the haajis who performed the last hajj, so it was a good social gathering for me and i ended up tidying the hosts kitchen for most of the time 😀

  403. #403 by Mohammed Munir on February 15, 2009 - 5:22 AM

    Wow, it seems most of the peoples spent their Valentine’s Day right here on LS 😉

  404. #404 by khansahab on February 15, 2009 - 5:50 AM


    There you go, the love of your 16 year old life has admitted if you were older, she would have been your Valentine…..

    Are you agree with me that is the nicest thing any human being as said to you ever?

  405. #405 by farrah, k.raja on February 15, 2009 - 12:50 PM

    I would be actually embarcingly stariaght forward on that ,do not wish to start marital life before marriage.
    I have started some projects last year and need my single mindedness to finish that off.
    I will be going to Pakistan hopefully ,want to spend time with my family and home .

    I got my sunflowers .(it arrived at my office)

    But what did I give him,hand paited(by myself),silk handkerchief,which he recieved through post at office address.Thanks for asking ,I feel great sharing it.

  406. #406 by Vanilla pod on February 15, 2009 - 1:12 PM


    that was a really good summary! Lols! looking forward to the part II – the revenge of Abdul 😀


    thats really cool, u can paint… have u ever tried painting dupattay? the silk dupattay with hand painting look really nice.

  407. #407 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 15, 2009 - 1:55 PM


    And your point is?! Are you trying to say something in a round about way about that I am a charity case and you felt sorry for me?!


    Get well soon

  408. #408 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 15, 2009 - 1:57 PM

    Oh and Khansahab I should have been much clearer..I meant I most probably wouldn’t still, despite the increase in age.

  409. #409 by farrah, k.raja on February 15, 2009 - 2:03 PM

    Hi Vanilla
    Yes,I know Batic technique,tie and die and of course fabric painting.It is more easier here as you get fabric paints as in fibre tip markers,excellent for calligraphy.
    Is your star sign a Virgo?

  410. #410 by Vanilla pod on February 15, 2009 - 2:09 PM


    I am a Taurian. Batic,i think is done using wax. I didnt know about the fabric marker pens, seems like it makes life much easy.

  411. #411 by farrah, k.raja on February 15, 2009 - 2:26 PM

    Batic is done by using bee wax.I am surprised you know about this technique.
    Fabric paint markers sure make life easy ,no one the paint is like a textile print because it is not thick at all and dries instantly.
    I am planning to do a white China silk duppatta with big sunflowers on both ends
    and at the front bottom of shirt.
    all white with yellowish sunflowers with brown centre. it crisp spring.
    tell me about your hobbies?

  412. #412 by Vanilla pod on February 15, 2009 - 2:47 PM

    I dont have any hobbies as such Farrah but i like playing games on pc, reading books and watching movies 😀 i am really not atheletic but i like to play badminton… hehe other than that, i do a lot of socializing cos we hav a big circle of family friends 😀

  413. #413 by farrah, k.raja on February 15, 2009 - 3:09 PM

    Badminton ,I used to play that.Have you read Paulo Coelho?

  414. #414 by Vanilla pod on February 15, 2009 - 3:17 PM

    I read mainly mystery books and some old classics such as those by Dickens and Austen etc. Not read Coelho’s books but wanna read The Alchemist thou, should be interesting 🙂

  415. #415 by farrah, k.raja on February 15, 2009 - 3:21 PM

    You must try what I am eating today:
    Mushrooms,chopped and mixed with
    (garlic ,ginger thinly ground half tea spoon )with some black pepper and salt ,can be served as it is with olive oil one tea spoon or can be fried .with one tea spoon of oil.
    I eat half during frying and rest after.

    With chicken breast seasoned in vinegar with black pepper and salt one hour and grilled untill red brown fill the tray with water so the chicken does not dry out.

    Eat of course with nandoos hot sauce.

    I am loving it.

  416. #416 by farrah, k.raja on February 15, 2009 - 3:36 PM

    Come on Vanilla !
    Alchemist is more than interesting,stupidly simple and amazingly profound.The core of it is ANDALOSIA,yes the Alchemist is mystical approach to life.I personally see
    Rumi at the heart of it.

    But let us keep it simple.Must read it .It is a book of self discovery.

    Jane Austin is good ,but I like Darsi in Bridget Jones .
    of course Darsi in Bride and Prejudice is so cute he blushes,he gets angry,he gets annoyed and he is vulnerable.
    He lives in USA and owns a hotel like a Royal Botanical Garden.

    And poor Jane Austin had too many dreams ,do you know she said,All my charecters will have happy endings.

  417. #417 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 15, 2009 - 6:38 PM


    I have been very busy lately and unable to read all comments especially long ones. But, I did see your comment asking me about Cardamom or Elaichi that is grown in Canada? You said there was a packet saying ‘Produce of Canada.’ As far as I know Cardamom grows in the tropics and in rain forest either wild or in plantation and in South of India they grow but, in a deep freezer country like Canada, it is impossible to grow Cardamom or Mangoes.

    Someone must have made a mistake or, thinks that the rest of the people are fools. It is possible that they re-pack it here or bleach it here. (The white Elaichi is bleached that’s why it loses not only the colour but it also loses some of its flavour, the green one has more flavour. And the black Elaichi that is used only in curries and pulao, I don’t like it that much in any case, when I use it before serving, I remove it from the dishes)

    Since the Cardamom is bleached, so they must have thought of stamping authority by writing Produce of Canada. Like, the Tilda Basmati Rice comes in bulk from India to the USA and in NY they pack in fancy bags and distribute all over North America but that does not mean Basmati Rice grows here.

    Btw, Cardamom also grows in some African and South American countries but the one from India is the best.

  418. #418 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 15, 2009 - 6:43 PM

    Whats wrong with khansahab? Every few weeks he is catching cold and why? Normally, the K.G. kids before their immune system is stabilized often catch cold i.e., till the age of 6-7 Or, those who are dealing with kids get it from them on a regular basis as the virus keeps changing its shape and attacks their defence (immune) system. Is it because of abdul that he is catching cold? ahem….. Where is Sweetie? I haven’t seen any comment from her. Theo seldom writes on week-ends his wife has a hawk-eye and she comes on him like a hawk diving on a dove or a pigeon!

    Munir, since when have you become a play writer? 😀

  419. #419 by Abdul on February 15, 2009 - 6:58 PM

    DRC, u have just bamboozled me with a deadly spinning Mushtaq Ahmed googly !

    At first I was over the moon with your response that had it been the fantasy world you would be my mahi and win both of our hearts.

    However, your recent post has made me utterly puzzled at the message u are trying to get across.

    So quite frankly speaking would u openly voice out the truth by addressing me and telling me what you’d do in the fantasy world because after all my efforts and dedications I think I deserve the opportunity to be granted with your personal opinion.

    Will you therefore tell me what path you’d opt for in the fantasy world?

    Will u be my mahi or look at me as a filthy teenage flirter u wish you never bumped into. I for one sincerely hope u don’t look at me like that as I just look at girls for love , well – being ,friendship and an element of affection so if I’ve at all assaulted you please I am now asking for your forgiveness. I am also pounding over whether you will be the heartbreaker or dream lover.

    The decision is completely in your hands or as they say the ball lies in your court. So whenever ready please speak out truthfully and honestly.

    But perhaps our destiny could be fulfilled in heaven when we’ll all be one youth and I’ll meet someone to match the calibre of your charming personality and astonishing looks to liven up one’s zindagi.

  420. #420 by Vanilla pod on February 15, 2009 - 6:58 PM


    Thanks for tht! i think they must have bleached them and then stamped their authority cos the person also mentioned the cardamoms were white hehe 😀

  421. #421 by Vanilla pod on February 15, 2009 - 7:03 PM

    AWW Abdul!

    dont worry mate, u will find someone good in this world too..and i am sure she doesnt just look at u like a filthy teenage flirt, what she tried to say is that she is not into relationships or going out with guys etc.
    and my o my! what assault? :-S

  422. #422 by khansahab on February 15, 2009 - 7:13 PM


    Are you sure DRC bamboozled you with a Mushtaq Ahmed googly, or did you bowl a loose delivery like Mushtaq and she hit you for six like Afridi?

    Abdul, she has been granting you with her personal opinion, but you are not understanding the situation. Until you show us your handsome pic, how can you expect her to fall for you?

    DRC, so Abdul assaulted you? Did he have the mens rea or was it just the actus reus? Or will you claim mitigation because of his mental capacity? As in, he is young so juvenile. In any event Abdul, I am shocked and saddened you “hurt” DRC by assaulting her. She is so patient of you. Were there any bruises DRC?

    What are you pounding over? You know what it means when you tell a girl, “I want to pound you”?

    Although I am agee DRC broke your heart, I am think it is very bad of you to assault her. DRC, please hire bodyguards.

  423. #423 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 15, 2009 - 7:41 PM

    I am off for fresh air. You lot are crazy!

  424. #424 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 15, 2009 - 7:44 PM

    Abdul forget fantasy world, you need to wake up and get back down to Earth first of all.


  425. #425 by Abdul on February 15, 2009 - 8:19 PM

    Mr Sahab I said if she thought flirting was a sign of assualtion muji maff karr li.

  426. #426 by khansahab on February 15, 2009 - 8:54 PM


    Right…..thanks for clarifying, see that last comment of yours made an awful lot of sense.

    I am sorry, I am agree. Aap mujhey maaf kardein, choudhary saab!

  427. #427 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 16, 2009 - 1:10 AM


    Even though Omer is ill, he still implied I was a charity case 😦

  428. #428 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 16, 2009 - 1:36 AM

    I was getting upset because you implied you only asked me because you felt sorry for me 😦


  429. #429 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 16, 2009 - 1:58 AM

    And now you are insulting me

    *runs away*

  430. #430 by khansahab on February 16, 2009 - 2:11 AM


    In relation to comment no 504, yes the American system has faults which is why people like Bush can become President 🙂

    UK can never have a dumb Prime Minister.

  431. #431 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 16, 2009 - 2:11 AM

    Nope I don’t understand!

    I’m getting rid of all my pics 😦

  432. #432 by Abdul on February 16, 2009 - 11:13 AM

    Understandbly it’s becoming a fascinating discussion on examinations on which I must contribute.

    Now that we have a two tier system introduced at gcse level getting 60 % + in the higher level paper is graded as an A.
    I no a few years back the grade boundaries for mathematics were very low in the sense that u only had to achieve 55% to get an A but the challenging questions they applied made sense as to why the grade boundaries were of such.

    I understand 100% of what Khansahab is saying as in there is not right answer in some subjects like English. It’s all about analysing accordingly and explaining your answer to the full. It’s also about entertaining the examiner and using references and your style , format and knowledge is what your graded on and there isn’t not necessairily a right or wrong answer. Same content applies for history and politics

    I am also currently working on a “distinction” in business.

  433. #433 by farrah k raja on February 16, 2009 - 2:14 PM

    Hi Sweety
    Where are you???

  434. #434 by farrah k raja on February 16, 2009 - 2:20 PM

    You do not need to take off your picture dear .

    Oumer got carried away,what he emant actually was :
    Gulab tum (DRC)
    Jamun main (OMER)

  435. #435 by farrah, k.raja on February 16, 2009 - 10:16 PM

    Kis ki Nazaar lag gaee is ashyanai kou!!
    or mayb I have too much time

  436. #436 by farrah, k.raja on February 16, 2009 - 10:21 PM

    Sweetie I am missing you!!!
    VIP :Where are you,hijacked by socialising.
    DRC:I never told you ,your lashes are fantastic long and thick and you have twinkle in your eyes.

  437. #437 by farrah, k.raja on February 16, 2009 - 10:37 PM

    What do you mean by this:
    DRC should perhaps learn from them in terms of putting better pictures hehe???

    You have no eyes to appreciate beauty and no heart to keep it in.
    Teenage +Valentine = fail

  438. #438 by farrah, k.raja on February 16, 2009 - 10:41 PM

    Good night people.
    Best of luck children with your exames!!
    Sick ones get well soon!!
    Gone ones come back soon!!
    Angry ones ……people on Legslip are not to be taken seriously:)

  439. #439 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 16, 2009 - 11:24 PM


    Oh and thank you for the compliments Farrah

  440. #440 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 17, 2009 - 4:42 AM

    It is almost mid-night and 30 minutes ago I came back from work had my light dinner and about to kick the sac, found a good article on the web and posted it on the politics page. I will be busy till Feb.19th however, whenever I will get time I will upload the pending comments if any, and also write if there is something I can contribute or copy paste articles from the news agencies if they are of any interest. The problem is Awas is still in Pakistan, khansahab is busy with his exams and also down and under the weather. Sweetie seems to be occupied with her loved ones like Theo is with his Dear and Deer and Fish and Khargosh so, its a bit dull out here. This should not deter the enthusiasm of those who write regularly.

    Good to see Kasim Sahab back in action on cricket page after a long illness and Omer we should be doing a new thread on the Pakistan Sri Lanka series. Also, about keeping the Butt Head out of the cricket arena. DRC flutter, flutter eyelashes nahee kiya tum nay!!!

  441. #441 by farrah k raja on February 17, 2009 - 10:30 AM

    Takya tha jin patoun pai ,wohee hawa dainai lagai 😦

  442. #442 by Abdul on February 17, 2009 - 1:37 PM

    Hello everyone. I have just watched Billu Barber which I would like to review and shed some light on in this post.

    The flim featured a gripping story line of a barber and a flim star. These were 2 very different when contrasting occupations and highlights the poppularity of SRK wherever he goes.

    Perhaps this could be SRK’S experiences and provide us with an insight into how much attention his personality can attract being as a father like figure. The film also demonstrates village life and explores that long lost friendships can never be forgotten regardless of how far u go in life.

    Perhaps if I was going to make a criticise was the finale in which over repeating BILLU made it should like an unrealistic fairy tale which was a step too far for me personally.

    The songs were catchy which was a positive feature. On the whole an entertaining package which I would rate as 7/10. Not to take anything away but I preffered Rab Ne Bana De Jodi. But definantly would rate this better than oscar nomination slumdog !


    Bold font added by moderator for emphasis.

  443. #443 by khansahab on February 17, 2009 - 1:52 PM


    The village life aspect of the “flim” must have seemed very interesting to you, I have no doubt about it because you are a nature loving and romance loving fellow.

    Shahrukh Khan is definitely a “father like” figure to all his fans. I mean, God knows how many kids he has? I heard he has 2 kids and he must be a father-like figure for some kids, but according to you his personality attracts attention because of his father-like personality, so I am just assuming he must be having so many foster kids or biological kids even.

    If he is a father like figure to his biological kids, I think the Indian government should take strict notice of this because India is suffering from over population and the country’s most popular icon should be sanctioned for having a father like personality.

    Abdul, you have raised so many salient points by mentioning SRK’s “father like figure” personality. Alternatively, you could have meant that, SRK is getting old and now he doesn’t look like a “young man” anymore, but his physique or body looks like a “father’s”? That is also an excellent point because SRK is getting old. As you know they say, “Woh toh abba jee ki tarah lagnay laga hai”. Well done Abdul, great analysis.

  444. #444 by khansahab on February 17, 2009 - 2:13 PM


    Does SRK remind you of your dad? Just because you said SRK is a father-like figure. I am just trying to understand what you meant by that. It could mean so many relevant and intelligent things at the same time.

  445. #445 by Vanilla pod on February 17, 2009 - 3:04 PM


    Hey! thanks for asking about me yesterday 😀 i had a busy day dedicated to food shopping. first Asda which is like Walmart (actually bought by Walmart) and then Asian food shopping. and what happened to u? why so sad..whats up?


    hun, jhaki isint calling you gulab jaman…what he means is that the box whre the pic is displayed has no pic in it and the image of a person on grey background is round round like gulab jaman…so abdul and munir are also looking to him like gulab jamans. jhaki is just pulling ur leg, dnt worry too much abt it 🙂


    i wanna watch billu too…it has got decent reviews by critics and seems like an intersting movie. yeh i love the songs!


    hope you get better real soon! its really bad to be having exams and falling ill at the same time, wish u a speedy recovery 🙂

  446. #446 by Abdul on February 17, 2009 - 3:53 PM

    Yeah mr Khansahab becomes a paindoo again all of a sudden. Call yourself educated ? A father like figure is someone like Imran Khan whom people in Pakistan aspire too. Use your head. Or I forgot , perhaps u had a brainwash ? If still not sure you should have learned when u did A-level politics and Joseph Stalin promoted himself as a cult of personality and father like figure of the people of Russia through various sources of media.

    I just hope your misery is solved at long last after wondering and writing about several alternatives.Perhaps that paindoo statement was a step too far so apologies on that note.

  447. #447 by Abdul on February 17, 2009 - 3:55 PM

    Sahab, yeah in that case u are better of studying in bed than blogging when your ill.

  448. #448 by khansahab on February 17, 2009 - 4:00 PM


    I was only praising your unique and intelligent analysis and I don’t think I deserve to be insulted in this way.

    Yes, statesmen can be considered father figures, like Imran Khan or Musharraf, I am agree. But movie stars, especially those who are still middle aged, well I am not too sure. Hence why I suggested maybe SRK has many kids. Very interesting views Abdul.

  449. #449 by Abdul on February 17, 2009 - 4:00 PM

    All the best on a sound recovery altough it can sometimes be thought of as an advantage to do the absent paper !

  450. #450 by farrah k raja on February 17, 2009 - 4:57 PM

    Is this really you?Where did you read this?

    Joseph Stalin promoted himself as a cult of personality and father like figure of the people of Russia through various sources of media.

    Vanilla !
    I hope you are not like one of those Asians who have ,mini tesco in their house,kitchen cabinets are not enough ,one fridge,deep freezer than garage come storage with whole loads of food cans and ceareals and stuff which just expires there.
    I only love buying shoes in wrong sizes,bags which I never carry and rubbish silver jewllary ,which my mum hates.

  451. #451 by farrah k raja on February 17, 2009 - 5:00 PM

    Changed his Tasweer sath hi Nazar laag gayee hai.
    Jokes apart heal yourself ,sorround yourself with warm colours ,loads of light ,visualise yourself in warm sandy places.

  452. #452 by Vanilla pod on February 17, 2009 - 5:03 PM


    lol, no i am not one of those asians, hehe i am against hoarding food stuff. thts why we go shopping so much. aww ur shopping habbits are perfectly fine…this happens with all of us, classic girly traits and then our shopping wants are never satisfied 😀 thats like how one of my male friends says…u girls are never satisfied with anything, nothing is ever enough for you 😀

  453. #453 by khansahab on February 17, 2009 - 5:10 PM

    Thank you Javed A Khan, DRC, VP, Abdul and Ms Raja.
    With your warm wishes, I will soon be good in no time (hopefully).

  454. #454 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 17, 2009 - 6:16 PM


    Omer called me a gulab jaman before I got rid of my pic. He is mean 😦

  455. #455 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 17, 2009 - 6:17 PM

    Salam. Thanks for asking about me. Im sittin here with a broken laptop LCD which my evil ex broke. =( (ive hooked up my laptop with the TV )

    Hope u guys are well, esp u BF, i hope u feel better.

  456. #456 by Vanilla pod on February 17, 2009 - 6:53 PM


    hun, i think its ok if a girl is called gulab jaman. i was reading on this site or may be i read it somewhere else that chicks are called gulab jaman and small boys are called batashay etc. we know jhaki is mean but earlier wen jhaki said sumthing abt charity he meant that ur pic was so nice he was having second thots about asking u to be his valentine cos good looking girls are very difficult to get so he was scared of your refusal. so dont stress too much hun, he is just playing along and teasing you cos u reacted like that.


    good to know you are ok. what was you evil ex doing with your laptop? you shudnt hav let him in ur house. i hope he doesnt bother u ever again *hug*

  457. #457 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 17, 2009 - 6:58 PM

    VP lol @ batashay….. people hardly know what batashay is? Puway (rice crispies) and Batashay and Gajak, and Chana Jor-garam, aam papad etc., are a few desi tit bits, I dunno if they are still available in Karachi? The tamarind candy is made in Bangkok and is available here.

    Good to see you back sweetie and sorry that your ex broke your hearttop? Its too late, you need to wait up to Christmas to get Santa Clause crawl through your chimney with a laptop.

  458. #458 by farrah, k.raja on February 17, 2009 - 7:16 PM

    Sweetie Good to see you!
    The X can never get over the fact that they are history.
    Do not be courteous ,it sends them the wrong message,never discuss your present or future plans.
    Do not show your anger I stuck to two phrases,”You are good,I am bad.”
    “Life is hell but better than as was it with you”
    Keep your mobile and computer definitely out of his reach,they want to know what is happening in your life.
    Answer is nothing.

  459. #459 by farrah, k.raja on February 17, 2009 - 7:23 PM

    VIP @batashay
    I never heard that.I used to eat them a lot ,my Nani always had them in her dry fruit .
    My best buys and treasure are my books though.

  460. #460 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 17, 2009 - 7:39 PM

    Farrah, VP & DRC, u guys are on Facebook??

    Javed, i ordered a new LCD, which i shall get prolly tomorrow.

  461. #461 by Vanilla pod on February 17, 2009 - 7:53 PM

    I dont know what batashay look or taste like 😀 never had them


    No, I deactivated my facebook account a long time back

  462. #462 by Vanilla pod on February 17, 2009 - 10:30 PM


    no, i woudnt get disheartened. but to be honest it doesnt matter what u think 😀 (sorry)

  463. #463 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 18, 2009 - 12:35 AM


  464. #464 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 18, 2009 - 12:37 AM


    Yes I am on Facebook

  465. #465 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 18, 2009 - 4:15 AM

    Ok DRC, ask BF , he has my email add, u too Farrah.

  466. #466 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 18, 2009 - 4:16 AM

    I.e , if its ok with u guys.

  467. #467 by Theossa on February 18, 2009 - 2:48 PM


    Good luck with your exams. I have used a trick back in the university during exams for focus and optimum performance. I used Retalin (ADD medicine) an hour before the exam and it worked wonderful. Some guys also use it for concentrated studies weeks before the exam. It basically keeps you focused, mentally alert and sharp during exams. If you have a doctor friend you might wanna try it.

  468. #468 by Theossa on February 18, 2009 - 2:49 PM

    F.K.R.@ 438

    Avoid Theo types at all cost it means wearing long coats ,long boats and frosty night waiting for the bloody deer

    What else could be more romantic than a hunting date? Just imagine; it is early spring with still a little cold in the air, sun is out but doesn’t bite much, and this girl is out there in woods with Theossa sitting on a hunting tree stand like a love seat but attached to tree. Butterflies are showing their sharp colors and birds are singing. In the beautiful wilderness Theossa and the girl are enjoying roasted peanuts and almonds and then they pour tea in cups from Thermos Flask to quench the cold. The girls said to Theossa, “Thank you Theossa, this is the best date of my life”. Theossa replies, “You are welcome sweetheart but wait till I take you for trout fishing”. The girl blushes and sings this song:

    Jungle hai afternoon hai, lugne laga hai durr
    Aaja mere baahon mien, so ja rukh ke sir

    Theossa replies:

    Durne wali kia baat hai, jub paas mien hai rifle
    Aajawonga bahon miem, maar lon ek deer

  469. #469 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 18, 2009 - 3:41 PM

    LOL Theo, is that what did over the weekend? go hunting in the city? hehe

  470. #470 by Vanilla pod on February 18, 2009 - 4:16 PM

    Lol @ theo’s song 😀
    how many guns/weapons do u hav theo?

  471. #471 by Theossa on February 18, 2009 - 4:39 PM

    Vanilla iPod & Sweetie

    That’s the most exciting question anyone has ever asked me! I have three rifles, one 30-30 for deer and big game, one 0.22 caliber and one 0.17 caliber for small games like rabbits, beavers etc. I have two pistols both 9 mm, one shown in the picture is standard size whereas the other one is palm size for concealed carry. I’m planning to buy a semi-automatic shot gun this year. Oh, I have archery for Turkey hunting as well: D

    What is the wildest thing (PG 13) you guys wanna do in life?

  472. #472 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 18, 2009 - 4:45 PM

    VP – guns tou bahot hain iskay paas magar KHAALI, he has no KAARTOOS 😀 Kamaan hai magar Teer nahee hai. Ghulail hai magar patthar nahee 🙂

    Iss saadgi pay kon na murr jai……….(aye Hirni)
    Lartay hain par hath may Talwar bhee nahee! …. (Ghalib)

  473. #473 by Mohammed Munir on February 18, 2009 - 4:48 PM

    Good to see Theo back, and he is all over the place 😉

  474. #474 by Theossa on February 18, 2009 - 4:50 PM

    Javed Bhi

    Aap ne subha ke parathon keliye aata goondh liya? Juldi kero hundia bhe banane hogge 😀

  475. #475 by Theossa on February 18, 2009 - 4:52 PM


    You should copy right the wink icon after each post 😀

  476. #476 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 18, 2009 - 4:54 PM


    BURP !!!!! Subha tou kab ki ho gayee, and you know I have a Mehbooba oooops a Fairy God Mother who makes parathay for me so please don’t be jealous she is not like your Natalie Doorman 😀 jisko kuch aata hee nahee sivaye lay tay lay tay pose marnay kay! 🙂


    Tum say yae umeed na thee kay tum Theo ko HMV say Tashbeeh dou ge! You said he is rolling all over the place like a gudd buoy! 😀

  477. #477 by Mohammed Munir on February 18, 2009 - 4:57 PM

    Hahahahahah ……… @ love-talk of Javed and Theo.

    Piyaar Bharey Do Sharmilay ‘friends’ 😉

  478. #478 by Mohammed Munir on February 18, 2009 - 5:00 PM

    Something special for my fellow-Akhtouts 😉

    So it’s not all about the ‘guns’ you see.

  479. #479 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 18, 2009 - 5:01 PM

    Theo I have three rifles, one 30-30 for deer and big game, one 0.22 caliber and one 0.17 caliber for small games like rabbits, beavers etc.

    Arrrrrrayyyyy tum BEAVERS maartay ho? Hawwwww Haiiiiiiii poor eager beaver. In French we call it Castor le Pastor. Beaver is on our 5 cents, a national treasure for Canada. A Beaver is an engineer, he build bridges. Come to Quebec we will serve you Fried Beaver Tails……………………………………….. these are traditional donuts.

  480. #480 by Theossa on February 18, 2009 - 5:02 PM

    Javed @ Natalie Portman

    Rukke to chaand challe to hawaon jaise hai
    Who ladki dhoop mien dekho to chahwon jasie hai


  481. #481 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 18, 2009 - 5:04 PM

    Piyaar Bharey Do Sharmilay ‘friends’ 😉

    Munir tum kion sharma gaye kehtay kehtay, Piyaar Bharey Do Sharmilay ‘friends ek doosray ko nunga kernay ki koshshish may masroof! 😀

  482. #482 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 18, 2009 - 5:08 PM

    Rukke tou Oonth, Challe tou Haathi jaisee hai
    Vo koi ladki hai ya koi Guy hai?

    Theo, the photo that you always admire of Natalie, the one on LS where she is all over the floor like a doormat ……… issi liyeh I call her doorman and not Portman.

  483. #483 by Mohammed Munir on February 18, 2009 - 5:08 PM

    LOL @ Theo …

    “You should copy right the wink icon after each post.

    I agree, phully 🙂 😉 😦 😀 8)

  484. #484 by Mohammed Munir on February 18, 2009 - 5:09 PM

    LOL @ Javed …

    Lagta Hai Iss Hamaam Mein Tu Sau Hee Nangay Hain 😉

  485. #485 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 18, 2009 - 5:11 PM

    Phully sounds like “Moom Phully,” you should say fool-ly 😀

  486. #486 by Mohammed Munir on February 18, 2009 - 5:12 PM

    Sab *

  487. #487 by Mohammed Munir on February 18, 2009 - 5:14 PM

    It’s not Moom-Phully, it is ‘Moong-Phully’ 😉

    Now I am agree … whateva.

  488. #488 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 18, 2009 - 5:15 PM

    Munir, I went to Turkey 4 times (I know you went last summer) and I went to see those famous Turkish Hammams and decided not to take a bath. Na sirf sub nungay thayy but those who give bath are only Guys and not Bhains…. seedhay logon ki jagaa nahee hai vo. 😀

  489. #489 by Mohammed Munir on February 18, 2009 - 5:16 PM

    Guys it’s always fun when you both (Javed & Theo) are on-line togather.

    But, I don’t know, why the girlies got scared away 😉

    I wish not, but have to go for Dinner 😦

  490. #490 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 18, 2009 - 5:19 PM

    Moongh ki daal ki phully alag hoti hai, jaisay Mutter ki Phully, but peanuts are generally expressed as “Moom Phully” hum nay kabhee Moongh Phully nahee kaha. For such things I don’t refer books, aam bole chaal, chalti hai. Kuch tou Keranchi walay Mullphully bhee kehtay hain. Anyways!

  491. #491 by Theossa on February 18, 2009 - 5:19 PM


    Zinta ka aashiq aor husn ka judge?


    You do know what winking means right? It’s either, “I like you” or “Sumjha kero”.

    Lunch time, and it’s Biryani for me (God bless NYC trip). Waiting for Javed to comment 😀

  492. #492 by Mohammed Munir on February 18, 2009 - 5:20 PM

    Javed …

    I been to Turkey three time, twice early with friends, and last time it was with family.

    Beleive me, I took Turkish bath several times and it was always by men 😉

    Imagine an Akhrout and a Turkish ‘boy’ 😀

    BTW, they are professionals, and so am I 😉

  493. #493 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 18, 2009 - 5:26 PM

    LOL @ Zinta ka aashiq. No man, I never said she is bad looking but she is not the kinda person jis kay lieyh mai ga, ga, keroon jaisay tum Natalie kay liyeh kertay ho.

    Husn walay husn ka anjaam dekh
    Doobtay suraj ka anjaam dekh.

    Btw, Munir you never inquired about the word “Ghammazi” which I specifically asked you a few days ago.

    Theo, naseeb may jiskay Thon, Tuna aur Mackerel tins kay sandwich hon hur lunch per wo agar 3 din purani Baasi Biryani khaye tou mai kion jaloon? Farshi Natalie ko dekh ker mai kion jaloon? 😀

  494. #494 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 18, 2009 - 5:32 PM

    BTW, they are professionals, and so am I 😉 Munir

    Munir, I know they are professionals, I always thought that like me you are a professional banker but, I was not aware kay tum bhee koi professional physio-the-rapist ho? 😀 Thanks for the confession.

    OK, you guys can have your canned lunch and sumptuous dinner I have to complete a project, type out a few documents and then I am on my way to sign a agreement.


    Munir the girls are not scared they are too busy enjoying.

  495. #495 by Theossa on February 18, 2009 - 5:46 PM

    Javed, Tuna sandwich he sahi mugger bana banaya milta hai. Rahe Javed Sahib to:

    Din ko kolhe ke aage
    Raat ko choolhe ke aage

    Pakate raho 😀

  496. #496 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 18, 2009 - 6:51 PM

    Javed, lol @ ure mehbooba! She is really ure savior than god mother.

    Munir, no u dont scare me. Im just stuck with swapping TV & Video, as im using my TV as a laptop monitor. sigh**
    Theo, i wouldnt mind u coming here & using ure shot gun ! lol

  497. #497 by Mohammed Munir on February 18, 2009 - 7:19 PM

    Theo …

    LOL @ “Din ko kolhe ke aage”.

    I hope you know what “Kooleh” means, because Javed surely knows 😉

    Javed …

    L.O.L. @ “physio-the-rapist”.

    What I meant was that I am also a ‘professional’ Banker just like you 😉 and what did you think ? *Gundey Batchay, Gundi Soch*

    BTW, Turkish Hammams are the world famous, and it was by this that the Ottoman Kings used to relax.

    And about ‘Ghammazi’ I hope he is brother of ‘Maulana Qazi’ 😀

  498. #498 by Mohammed Munir on February 18, 2009 - 7:25 PM

    Sweetie …

    Nahin Jee Hum Mein Kahan Itna Dum Kay Hum Aap Ko Dara Sakain 😉 Hum Tu Khud Hi Kuchh Darey Darey Sey Rehtey Hain.

    Wo Tu Koi Aur Khush-Naseeb “Muneer” Hein Jin Sey Aap Darti, Mera Mutlab Hai Begarti Hain 😉

  499. #499 by Theossa on February 18, 2009 - 7:31 PM


    I would come for Muneer but I never killed an ASS before!

  500. #500 by Theossa on February 18, 2009 - 7:43 PM


    Do you think Javed never been to men’s locker room before that he’s scared of Turkey’s Hammams? Or maybe he did went to a gym locker room before laiken buchcha hai dur gaya hogga 😀

  501. #501 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 18, 2009 - 7:45 PM

    LOLLLLLLLLLL hes JUST not an ass. its got 4 letters more HAHA Im sure uve never shot a dog either. lol

    Munir, ure comment # 575 “Beleive me, I took Turkish bath several times and it was always by men”. Ummmm BY MEN???????????? LMAO
    Men bathing Munir LOLL uff what a sight!

  502. #502 by Vanilla pod on February 18, 2009 - 8:01 PM

    Lol u guys are funny! girls are not scared but they cant understand some of the stuff written there 😀

  503. #503 by Theossa on February 18, 2009 - 8:15 PM


    Munir don’t discriminate; He likes the touch of man and women alike 😉

  504. #504 by farrah, k.raja on February 18, 2009 - 8:16 PM

    Sweetie @584
    What the hell is that woman???lol
    I hate Turkish Bath so unhygenic ,communal baths.
    I go to the exclusive ones.Once I had a Cleapatra bath it was all in milk and rosepetals.
    No men and no women is allowed to touch or see me I hate even the facials .
    Even Parlours are so unhygenic .
    Alas I cannot cut my hair on my own,once I did though.
    My Amman refused to speak to me and see me and I was supposed to cover my head 24/07 otherwise my mum would start crying.honestly

  505. #505 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 18, 2009 - 8:20 PM

    Farrah what is what?

  506. #506 by farrah, k.raja on February 18, 2009 - 8:20 PM

    TV as a laptop monitor. sigh**
    You are a genius main tu Tv bhi tour doun aur moniter bhee.

  507. #507 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 18, 2009 - 8:21 PM

    Theo, munir is so gonna hate me for pointing it out! lolll

  508. #508 by farrah, k.raja on February 18, 2009 - 8:28 PM

    @ Retalin
    Theo is a born drugie..
    @Deer hunter at Valentine yahee tou baat hai ,na deer aaya na theo,coffee gayee jahanum main aur mucharoun nai kaat khaya :
    Kiya khayaal hai bandouq chalani chaiyeee
    Theo pai….long boots are not bad either???

  509. #509 by Theossa on February 18, 2009 - 8:28 PM


    Is it a crime for Munir having bisexual thoughts and bath experiences?


    At your quote, “I go to the exclusive ones. Once I had a Cleapatra bath it was all in milk and rosepetals”. Wow, you must smell like Yogurt and Gulqund after that! LOL. Just kidding, that bath sounds full of calcium.

    I gotta go guys, have a nice rest of the day.

  510. #510 by farrah, k.raja on February 18, 2009 - 8:30 PM

    @it was always by men”. Ummmm BY MEN???????????? LMAO

  511. #511 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 18, 2009 - 10:28 PM

    That was about munir’s comment.

  512. #512 by Vanilla pod on February 18, 2009 - 11:38 PM

    hey guys i just had a lovely rose flavoured ice cream. it tasted like falooda! yippie 😀

  513. #513 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 19, 2009 - 12:23 AM

    Ok I think I need to go gt some raspberry ice cream now. Thanks VP for making me have an ice cream craving 😀

  514. #514 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 19, 2009 - 1:12 AM

    Hmmm @ the icecream talk. I wanna have Buffalo wings

  515. #515 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 19, 2009 - 1:42 AM


    What is a morven pick?

    I like Thornton’s ice cream or failing that any nice raspberry or mint/choc chip ice cream.


    Yeh sure after Khansahab has finished his exams, you can get my details from him.

    Oh and what are buffalo wings? Chicken wings?

  516. #516 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 4:37 AM

    Is it Morven pick or is it Mövenpick? Its Swiss ice cream we used to get in Dubai but not here in North America, I have not seen any. It has nice flavours.

    In Atlanta GA, I was there sometime ago and one day there was a traffic jam and the police was diverting the traffic …. I came to know that a new ice cream parlour was opened and whenever they open a new parlour at a new location there is always a traffic jam and police had to intervene and the name of the ice cream is BRUSTERS.

    Here, we get Bryers and Hagen Daz ……..

    A few years ago I bought a wooden bucket old fashioned ice cream churner and every summer when I invite friends over BBQ ……. making that ice cream is fun. You can make any flavour you like and June July vaisay bhee Pakistani Mango season hota hai and I make it with double cream, yummmmmmmmmm its amazing. There is no comparison to our desi style hand churned ice cream. Everyone enjoys churning it and there are three four sessions. The last one always turns out as the best. I love it. Sweetie, tum jalo nahee 😀 …….. btw, I tried that Vanilla Beans vali the one you wrote a few years ago. 😉 French Vanilla with double cream.

    Theo you should make ice cream by using Moose and Deer Droppings! And enjoy it with Natalie. 😀

  517. #517 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 4:45 AM

    On Theo’s Tuna Saand Witch

    Dubbay may dubba
    Dubbay may Tuna
    Na khana na Pina
    Iss say accha bhooka rehna

  518. #518 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 4:46 AM

    Munir: Physiotherapist tumharee subha ho gayee? 😀 Your shikari must be Bear hunting in his dreams by now.

  519. #519 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 4:50 AM

    On Mardana Community Hammam: yaar hum itnay gaye guzray nahee kay khullay aam saray bazaar nahayenge! Theo, Shikari bhala kabhee kisi say durrta hai? Khaas kar jab tupak ho, yani hath may Dhambookh ho aur nishana bhee accha ho tou phir durr kaisa? Aur koolhay ki baat ker kay tum nay sabit ker diya kay tum Kunatee Pathan ho 😀

  520. #520 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 4:59 AM


    Chalo tum ko Ghammazi kay baray may bata hee dooon, saas ki pence bahot ho chuka.

    Generally Ghammazi ko log, Maazi ka ya past ka gham (sadness) samajhtay hain. That is not the case. Salees Urdu may yae lafz istemal hota hai aur iska root Arabic say hai. The root is GHAMADA…. yani Aankh ka ya aankh say ishara kerna.

    Urdu is a very rich language it has Arabic, Farsi, Turkish words in it and this word Ghammazi is from Ghamada…. in Salees Urdu, kisi say yae kehna kay Munir nay Aankh Maari……… zara mayoob sa lagta hai (mayoob yani aib wali baat) that is why they say aankh say ishara kerna for which there is a complete word with a full meaning and it is Ghammazi Kerna.... yani Aankh say ishara kerna.. Paindoos ko tou choro aaj kal kay Urdu daan bhee nahee jaantay, na ho yaqeen tou aazma ker dekh lo. Poocho kisi say.

    Issi lieyh kehtay hain …. Aati hai Urdu Zubaan Aatay Aaatay.….” Now Aati kay naam per koi Chownkay ga! Chownk gaya? 😀

  521. #521 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 5:04 AM

    I wanna have Buffalo wings ……….. Sweetie

    Manisha Cowrilla nay bhee yehi kahaa thaa……….. I wanna Buffalo wings, and she got mad cow disease. Madhuri BigSheep nay kaha thaa I wanna lamb chops…..iski tou farmayesh he humesha nirali hoti hai she says:

    Mujh ko Chaand La kay Dou
    Mujh ko Taaray La kay Dou
    Mujh ko Saaray La kay Dou

    Madame Noor Jehan nay faot honay say pehlay yeh Madhuri ka gana suna tou kaha

    Mujh ko Larkay La kay Dou
    Mujh ko Chokray La kay Dou

    Phir Inna Lillah ho gayeen! 😀

  522. #522 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 19, 2009 - 5:35 AM

    Omer, I like wings with ranch & celery.. yummmm
    I did change the LCD, but they had sent me matte finish screen instead of glossy. so now im gonna have to ship it back & they’ll send me a new one. urghhhh

    Im not a fan of icecreams, but im gonna make some Tiramisu tomorrow..

  523. #523 by farrah k raja on February 19, 2009 - 9:51 AM

    I am amazed at the words I come accross at legslip.
    Like ,Theos “Gulqund”.
    Few days back “Batashai” by VIP and the whole mention of sweet candies of Pakistan.
    I am surprised ,how much I have forgotten.
    Anyway Gulqand was extremely nice with Chandee kai waraq.
    As well Meetha Pan with Gulqand.
    We have Green Street in London.Which is like any typical small corner market in cities like Lahore or Karachi.
    Do not go there for shopping but for eating often :
    Last year summer went there and it was a treat,Narial Pani fresh,tikkah real bazaar wallai and Gulqandh paan.
    Do you I miss Lahore?
    Of course not.

  524. #524 by farrah k raja on February 19, 2009 - 10:46 AM

    I ate Naswar once.I was nine or ten year old.We thought it is churan in dubbie.
    Can you imagine five or six children standing static and the sky and the whole house is whirling around like a roller coaster.We all fell down.
    Parents are asking ,kiya khaya hai ?
    Kiya Khaya hai and Dr is surprised and we are scared to death.

  525. #525 by Vanilla pod on February 19, 2009 - 12:04 PM

    I know of Movenpick 😀 i had it in Pak but u dont get it in Britain. thts good abt Pak, u get stuff frm around the world, like Dunkin donuts! u dont have em in britain. i love it tht food is halal there, so one can enjoy food places like kfc, TGIF, pizza hut 😀

    Javed u forgot to add ‘idlee doo idlee doo’ after the song hehe 😀

    Farrah, whts Naswar?

  526. #526 by Dimple Rosy Cheeks on February 19, 2009 - 1:06 PM


    I think naswar is tobacco

    I agree with you. Pakistan has such diverse foodstuffs. I like the Pakistani take on Chinese food but you don’t get that type of cuisine here.

    I have just had a baked potato with cheese and baked beans:D Now need to get cracking with uni work 😦

  527. #527 by Theossa on February 19, 2009 - 1:32 PM


    Theo is a born druggie

    I think only this one time in your life you felt ecstasy when you ate Niswar 😀 You have no idea what you have been missing lady. There is nothing more ecstatic than smoking joints. Ahh, I miss those! If it was not for the random drugs tests they do (by pulling your scalp hair and can trace drug use back 6 months) I would still be smoking them just like in Pakistan.

  528. #528 by Theossa on February 19, 2009 - 1:32 PM

    Please give your opinion based on your experience or observation

    Fact or Fiction

    Women are bad bosses at work. If subjected to a difficult situation they easily stressed out and get attitude. Men do a lot better job as managers and supervisors.

    Fact or Fiction

    If a man is tall and handsome, female co-workers don’t interpret his advances as sexual harassment. If a bad looking guy makes the same advances, it is more likely he will be reported.

  529. #529 by farrah k raja on February 19, 2009 - 2:24 PM

    Is Naswar tobacco?I have no idea what it is.
    I have idea though you are not meant to swallow it and you do not eat it like candies.
    Men Bosses

    I hate them.They always promote the ones who are sweetly polite to them.

    You constantly have to watchout for their ego.

    Women Bosses

    Always avoid her bitchy side ,it is always there anyway.Single ,fat female bosses are the most insecure ones.

    Tall ,Handsome men:
    They never make advances anyway.
    I donot like Tall Men though it is impossible to look into their eyes.

    bad looking guys:
    Are always making advances and are annoying.

    Looks do not matter that much ,brain , sense of humour and personality does.

  530. #530 by farrah k raja on February 19, 2009 - 2:31 PM


    ” only this one time in your life you felt ecstasy when you ate Niswar ”

    Thankyou for enlightening me 🙂
    I am feeling such a liberated women now.

  531. #531 by Theossa on February 19, 2009 - 2:45 PM


    @ Men Bosses, I hate them. They always promote the ones who are sweetly polite to them

    Well, who doesn’t like people brown nosing them?

    LOL @ Single, fat female bosses are the most insecure ones

    That was a good observation. I have a solution to make such bosses happy; offer them cupcakes 🙂

    @ I do not like Tall Men though it is impossible to look into their eyes

    That is if one is short!

    @ Looks do not matter that much, brain, sense of humor and personality does

    What is your definition of personality?

  532. #532 by Theossa on February 19, 2009 - 3:14 PM


    @ Tall, handsome men: They never make advances anyway. Bad looking guys: Are always making advances and are annoying

    LOL, you just proved that women do not interpret advances by handsome guys as sexual harassment! Ever think, the good looking guys have been making advances but you never mind those?

  533. #533 by farrah k raja on February 19, 2009 - 3:18 PM

    Well it is difficult to describe,two sort of personalities I am always attracted to :

    1.Guys with long hair,deep eyes ,and thoughts, artists,singers, writers,friendly ,casual,easy to get along

    2.Guys with soft smile,deep thoughts,good humour,well read ,confident of their appearnce ,no arrogance and smell nice.

  534. #534 by Theossa on February 19, 2009 - 3:32 PM


    What you have said about the men personality you like, only the missing man Awas fulfill that criteria 🙂

    Awas if you’re reading this please eat Phujjay de Paye and Fried Raho Fish for me. If you get a chance, also walk past 11:00 pm around the Phujjay de Paye Restaurant. You know just get some fresh air 😀

  535. #535 by farrah k raja on February 19, 2009 - 3:39 PM

    Women do not interpret advances by handsome guys as sexual harassment!
    Women only regret them big time and find difficult to get over them.:)

    At Heights
    I think average height for men is 5 feet 7 something taller than that is so not humane any more.

  536. #536 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 3:41 PM


    I was reading your yesterday’s comment on my cooking….. LOL…. you have just joined the crowd of aunties who are jealous of my cooking 😀 Even my own sister-in-law is one of them because her kids keep praising my food in her house by saying it is SOW Gudd, SOW yummy and keeps questioning her, ‘how come you can’t make it like him?’ And, she goes in a huff puff and tells them to go and stay at my place, rather start living there! 😀

    At a friend’s place a few months ago, we had a one dish party and I was asked to bring some fruit juices and coke, pepsi etc., it didn’t occur to me the sinister motive behind that until I saw the good variety of food on the table and I said, ‘wow, this looks so good and even tastes good and one of the haunties taunted, “sirf aap nahee ladies bhee acha khana paka saktee hain!” 😀 O my, my, that was some bottled up Vodka that came out uncontrolled.

    I never doubted that, my mother was the best cook, despite having so many servants back home she used to cook one or two main dishes everyday. My Dad never cooked, never even fried an egg, but he was a party person, always inviting friends and relatives, I also do that but, to a much lesser scale than my Dad used to.

    Anyways, you should know, and I have repeatedly said this before, I cook only when I feel like cooking, for me cooking is a pleasure, it releases stress, its an art, in fact the new bunch of gourmet chefs say it is a science. And, they prove it by saying: “Unlike the laws of economics which are hypothetical i.e., everything remains the same ….. in economics everything does not remain the same so they are hypothetical…. whereas, an egg remains an egg and when you fry it it is a fried egg, you boil it, it comes out as a boiled egg, when you make an omelet, it comes out as an omelet etc., etc., so the result is pretty consistent like the laws of physics. 😀

  537. #537 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 3:54 PM

    OK 11:00 a.m., my paratha breakfast time and Theo‘s tuna sandwich time 😀 C ya guyz later.

  538. #538 by Theossa on February 19, 2009 - 4:01 PM


    LOL at you defending your cooking habit, but it is interesting to note what you wrote for me cooking is a pleasure, it releases stress, its an art Now I don’t blame women jealous of your cooking, you may be a really good cook but there are some things better left for women to do 😀

    Just kidding there, if you want me to believe the good you said about your cooking then send me a plate of Biryani. In my opinion, if someone is good at making Biryani, he is definitely a good cook. Who makes your Parathay? You used some code language like Mehbooba, I didn’t get it but Sweetie seemed to be aware of what you were saying? I would love to have a Parathay pakane wali mehbooba as well, where you find them? Btw Chai & Paratha is my favorite thing to eat, I can live on that alone!

  539. #539 by farrah k raja on February 19, 2009 - 4:13 PM

    The personalities which annoy me most:
    Immature men,
    Insecure men,
    Arrogant ,full of themselves
    Men who go for manicure and pedicure
    Drink and loose mind
    Angry ,aggresive,fast drivers and Fun seekers ,I cannot tolerate them.
    Men who are always broke ,I mean a business disaster or out of job is one thing but being constantly broke is another
    Women who annoy me most :
    Who speak and laugh loud
    Pretend and put on acts of sophistication or barbie dolls
    who say they do not know how to cook
    who ignore their children and house
    who hate staying home
    who change their voice on the phone
    who compete with their daughters

  540. #540 by farrah k raja on February 19, 2009 - 4:34 PM

    @only the missing man Awas fulfill that criteria
    Have you smelled him????
    The charm of growing up in Lahore is such people are found in abundance ,both types.
    The most heart throbbing event in Lahore was one and only:(if you ever attended that)

    Horse & Cattle show;Achisonians riding magnificent horses at the speed of light seeking permission to start the show and Naiza bazzi.

    looking back it was quite a novelty.Girls were not allwed makeup but still someone would smuggle in lipgloss and binochlaurs and aik surial teacher will keep asking us to keep the music down,to take off sun glases and to take off lip gloss.Throw away the chewing gum.
    I have only one regret we did not have mobiles at that time.

    I think we looked smart in school blazers.

  541. #541 by Theossa on February 19, 2009 - 4:52 PM


    @ have you smelled Awas??? No! Why do you find him smelly?

    You are too picky. I just like women with Deer like eyes, Trout like skin, Giraffe like walk, Musk Deer like smell, and Goat like attitude 😀

  542. #542 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 19, 2009 - 5:20 PM

    Theo, ure not married to a deer, are u?

  543. #543 by Theossa on February 19, 2009 - 5:27 PM


    Unfortunately I’m married to a human being but I do find deer very sexy.

    Why did you marry an ASS? Couldn’t you find a deer or something?

  544. #544 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 19, 2009 - 5:41 PM

    I didnt marry an ass, i was sort of forced into marryin an ass**** LOL
    But hopefully i’ll end up wit a dear the next time hehe

  545. #545 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 5:44 PM

    Why did you marry an ASS? Couldn’t you find a deer or something? Theo

    LOL…. sweetie, he clean bowled you. 😀

    Theo, yes there is a Mehbooba and its not a code but, real and sweetie knows that. The irony is she calls and says, “Bhai may Mehbooba Bolri hoon, aapka Parotha taiyar hai.” I order 8-10 dozens wholewheat parathas and freeze them. They are 80% cooked so, you simply nuke them in the micro for a minute and then fry them on the non-stick frying pan. See, there is no mystery, no Natalie. 🙂

    Whenever I take parathay from her, I tell her “Tiss lam Yad aik” means Allah tumharay hath salamat rekhay. Its a very good phrase in Arabic you can say this to anyone who serves you with a glass of water, tea or does any work for you. Another one is “Sufra Daiyma” means, Allah tumhara Dastar Khwaan humesha abaad rekhay! You say after a visit to friends house after dinner or lunch woteva. 😀

  546. #546 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 19, 2009 - 5:45 PM

    Theo, Nice pic. All ure pics are in the same pose, u, ure gun & ure sunglasses hehe who takes em for u?

  547. #547 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 5:46 PM

    sub kuch lutaa kay hosh may aye tou kya kiya
    Din may agar chiraagh jalaye tou kya kiya? 😀

    Just kiddin…….. laikin tum agayee Deer kay chakkar may 🙂

  548. #548 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 5:48 PM

    who takes them for you?

    Sweetie………………………………………………………. Auto feature bhee koi cheez hoti hai

    Varna isskay self-centered pose kon tolerate kerain? 😀

  549. #549 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 19, 2009 - 5:59 PM

    lol I know Javed, Its prolly a web cam pic.

    Mein deer k chakar mein abhi filhaal nahi ayi, i said i hope tat ill end up wit a dear & not a deer.

    BTW what was tat shair? went right over my head, im not good at shair shaeiyri

    Other than mehbooba, what are ure kind of women? hehe

  550. #550 by Theossa on February 19, 2009 - 6:03 PM


    Thanks, that just means I love guns and eye shades :mrgreen: Actually they’re special eye shades made for fishing. You can see the water clear without any sun reflections. The display area is too small otherwise I would add my pictures with fish and hunted deer holding them like sweetheart, LOL.

    Btw did you get to eat Buffalo wings yesterday? We have a special country style wing joint here. They make wholesome wings made in vegetable oil and they’re very crispy. I like the honey BBQ, Buffalo, and Louisiana style wings with blue cheese and ranch.


    Yaar mujhe bhe upni Mehbooba ka number do, akaile he parathe khawoge kia? The best available parathas here are Malaysian Partaha which is not bad but I wish they make them in whole wheat. There are homemade frozen wheat parathas but they turn out soggy after frying 😥 Btw I just eat parathas at the weekends to keep my fitness in check.

  551. #551 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 6:06 PM

    Sweetie: First of all its not a sher but, a Talat Mahmood Ghazal which was used for Gen. Yahya Khan when he was under house arrest after loosing the 1971 war, he announced that he has stopped taking alcohol. They said:

    Sub Kuch Lutaa Kay Hosh May Aye Tou Kya Kiya
    Din May Agar Chiraagh Jalaye Tou Kya Kiya

    Well, Mehbooba is just like my Fairy God Mother, but you know that I can’t stand “obsessive, compulsive, borderline, histrionics, ADD victims and Bipolar women.” So, what more can I say here? 😀 But, don’t ask me to spell the names! 🙂

    To add more to that list, neither the uneducated, uncouth, uncivilized, self-centered and those who are so full of themselves and believe that they are perfect and to improve they say, GUNJAIYESH NISHTA. Then a ganja would say: ro-Ooon Dil ko kay Peetoon Jigar ko mai? And a person like me might pull his hair in dismay and agony! 🙂 But, aaj tak yae nao bat nahee ayee…. AKS…. pehlay hee jaan chura li………………..issssh…. 😀

  552. #552 by Theossa on February 19, 2009 - 6:10 PM


    I can’t stand “obsessive, compulsive, borderline, histrionics, ADD victims and Bipolar women

    Are there any other kind? 🙄

  553. #553 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 19, 2009 - 6:13 PM

    oh but i must ask u Javed. to spell the names. U see im not very good at spellings! haha

    Kis se jaan chura li? Paroo? Ishhhhhh! (yuck)

  554. #554 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 6:14 PM

    Theo, I have added the other kind on the same comment under Ps. 🙂 I knew it was coming from you.

    Sweetie, nahee Paro tou itnee Pararee hai how can she be? She still works for ARY and is admired by so many!

  555. #555 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 19, 2009 - 6:17 PM

    Theo!!! How rude! If there is no other kind, why are u married??? Wait till i find ure wife & tell her what u said ! LOLLL ahhhh ure gonna get beat up wit the gun ure holding in this pic of ures muhaha

  556. #556 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 6:19 PM

    Theo I know which Malaysian Parathas you are talking about SHANA PARATHA, its made of puff pastry dough and its so bad for your health, besides it has a lot of shortening in it which is polyunsaturates and bad for your heart.

    Whenever you visit Montreal, I will gift you 8 dozen parathas you can take them home and freeze them, FATAAN KA VADA 😀

    I eat 2-4 parathas everyday and 2 eggs min, and I have been eating since my childhood so I burn my calories without any problem, I have a high metabolism rate (warm in winter 😀 )

    Sweetie, keep guessing about the names, but elle ne pas paro

  557. #557 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 19, 2009 - 6:26 PM

    lol well then who is it Javed?


  558. #558 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 6:30 PM

    Sweetie, the cat when it says, my mood is inquisitive means she is in a naughty mood. So, there you go 😀 Array baba samajh nay walay samajh gaye aur JO na samjhay? Jo na samjhay wo anari hai.

    Btw, I have finished most of my work for the week yesterday, but only for a short while I need to go to the bank and thank God today is Thursday and banks are open till 8:00 p.m. today.

    Theo second lunch break? Eating Tuna imagining a Paratha? LOL

  559. #559 by Theossa on February 19, 2009 - 6:31 PM


    Ok, you can tell my wife but the condition is you’ll tell her in Urdu, hehe.

    Oh, I can name two people Javed love; Pretty Zinta and Leonardo de Caprio, I won’t elaborate why, LOL.


    Your offer sounds too good to be true but I’ll visit Montreal sometime soon, may be later this year. I hope you get your fishing gear cleaned and ready 😀

  560. #560 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 6:32 PM

    Theo, biryani chahiyeh? I will send you the recipe ask your Missuse to make it for you 😀

  561. #561 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 19, 2009 - 6:33 PM

    Im clueless Javed hehe 😎

  562. #562 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 19, 2009 - 6:35 PM

    Theo, u can take my dad along wit u.

    I can speak english, so dont worry i can always tell her that in english hehe

  563. #563 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 6:38 PM

    Leonardo? Man, I told you I am not a Kunatee Pathan. Zinty, I don’t mind but she is not ZEE girl. I like her ‘coz of her dimples, anyone with dimples and a smiley face makes me feel good, i.e., because I am a very positive and happy person and I don’t like Sulkoo faces. E.g., I like Camran Diaz, Kate Winslet, because they have a good smile. I like to see the fresh clean, sparkling white teeth with a natural smile compounded with Dimples. Oh, DRC these comments are not for you. The moment I wrote dimples with a capital D it occured to me kaheen bhool say tum na samajh baithnaa kay mai tumkee tareef kerta hooon! 😀

  564. #564 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 6:39 PM

    sweetie, you are not only clueless but “sapeechless” too 😀

  565. #565 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 19, 2009 - 6:42 PM

    Javed, im nething but speechless. U really dont want me to speak! LOL

  566. #566 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 6:45 PM


    Ruktee hai meri taba’a tou hoti ha rawaan aur……….. (Ghalib)

    Na tum Ghalib ho our na Mard, and the cat took your tongue! 😀

  567. #567 by Theossa on February 19, 2009 - 6:47 PM


    Done deal, your dad is going to Montreal with me but please do not speak English, how about some Pushto?


    Konate Pathan? I see, you’re talking about J Lo, aren’t you, LOL. Where is Munir btw? I guess he is getting a massage by a Sheikh.

    text highlighted by the moderator because Munir has poor vision

  568. #568 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 6:49 PM


    Those who live in the US and Canada should come to the border somewhere near Burlington Vermont and meet, Sweetie will bring Tiramisu, Omer will bring tea and Theo will bring a rabbit or a deer and me, I will bring Parathay! 😀 Lets have picnic.

  569. #569 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 19, 2009 - 6:49 PM

    Allah ka shukar hei im neither! 😆

  570. #570 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 6:51 PM

    Doosra pehloo bhee tou hai Sweetie wo bhee socho, agar tum dono may say ek hoteen tou Muneer na hota! LOL

  571. #571 by Mohammed Munir on February 19, 2009 - 6:53 PM

    Unfortunately I’m married to a human being but I do find deer very sexy. Theossa.

    It’s never too late and in Islam four marriages are allowed 😉

    So you can go for a Deer and a Fish too 😉

    Ok, one is down and two or three more to go. Who all was making fun of me yesterday after I left. Sweetie, you are next 😀

  572. #572 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 6:55 PM


    When it comes to J’lo, there aren’t any rules 😀
    munir was on cricket page a minute ago and I asked him to visit V-6

  573. #573 by Theossa on February 19, 2009 - 6:58 PM


    How was your massage? Sheikh rubbed you well?

  574. #574 by Mohammed Munir on February 19, 2009 - 7:00 PM

    I didnt marry an ass, i was sort of forced into marryin an ass. Sweetie.

    I hope it was not the same “ASS” which Theossa wanted to kill yesterday and you were putting those four letters in front of 😉

    Yeah, I am sure he must be a “MUNEER” 😀

    Two down … *Next*

  575. #575 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 19, 2009 - 7:01 PM

    Recently the French and the British Nuclear Subs collided under the sea and they said, no major leaks!!!! Jhootay! But, this reminds me of what Moin Akhtar said in Loose Talk. He said, I like French people, “Mujhay French log bahot acchay lagtay hain, inki sirf Aab Doze chupp ker chaliti hai baki sab Khulla hai.” (Aab Doze = Submarine)

  576. #576 by Theossa on February 19, 2009 - 7:02 PM


    When it comes to J’lo, there aren’t any rules

    Actually there is only one rule! LOL.

  577. #577 by Mohammed Munir on February 19, 2009 - 7:09 PM

    Something for my fellow-Akhrouts …

  578. #578 by Mohammed Munir on February 19, 2009 - 7:11 PM

    Theossa …

    This is ‘Rabab’, hope you will like it:

  579. #579 by Mohammed Munir on February 19, 2009 - 7:15 PM

    Theossa …

    There is a saying, “Chhuri Kharbuzey Pey Girey, Ya Kharbuza Chhuri Pey Girey, Nuksaan Kharbuzey Ka Hee Hoga”.

    So, weather I massage the Sheikh or a Sheikh massages me, Nukssan Sheikh Ka Hee Hoga 😉

  580. #580 by farrah, k.raja on February 19, 2009 - 7:16 PM

    On foreigner wives who cannot speak or understand Urdu.One of my cousin got married in USA with a very extra large ,women to get his papers.It was a paper marriage the women came to Pakistan with him.
    I and my female cousin were going to local market by foot she decided to join us.
    Now people in paksitan are not that used to to Black american women in Jeans and long Kurta .
    Nearby construction work was going on.
    All the muzdoors stopped working and started to look at her in amazement.
    I had no exposure of abroad at that time.
    So a Mazdour goes ,”luk da drum parayeein yaar”
    The women just went crazy,she started to throw eentain at them.All the Mazdour ran away and she was swearing big time.
    We did not know how tocalm her down,what the hell.
    She called her husband he came and latter on we were told she thought ,
    he tried to explain to her but she thought we were conspiring.
    she was maniac on my cousins Birthday he went out with his friends and she took the chair and sat infront of front door with the cutlery ,my auntie said ask her why she is sitting here .
    She is said I am aiming as soon as he comes in I am going to kill him.
    my God that was a hell.
    Of course auntie started to cry,Hai mera putar,ayee pagal rai gayee se udhai layee.

  581. #581 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 19, 2009 - 7:25 PM

    I would love that Javed.. a picnic!

  582. #582 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 19, 2009 - 7:35 PM

    Munir i wish it WERE the same ass Theo had shot (muneer) LOL Wouldnt life be better.

  583. #583 by Theossa on February 19, 2009 - 7:50 PM


    LOL, good come back. I know you are a Churree may be a khunjer.


    I couldn’t completely understand your narration but your cousin sounds like a wuss that he was afraid of a woman, LOL.


    You should learn hunting. Just in case your next husband want to be your ex 😀

  584. #584 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 19, 2009 - 7:52 PM

    Farrah, if ure cousin isnt married to that crazy woman ne more , plz gemme her contact info & ill try to hook her up wit muneer!! lol 😈

  585. #585 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 19, 2009 - 8:02 PM

    Theo k bachay!! Monh accha hai, tu baat bhi acchi karlo =( How could u say such a thing 😥

  586. #586 by Theossa on February 19, 2009 - 8:03 PM


    What Javed writes about you in his personal emails, I think Muneer will be fine 😀

  587. #587 by Mohammed Munir on February 19, 2009 - 8:19 PM

    LOL @ “Luk Da Drum” …


    Sweetie, You should learn hunting. Just in case your next husband want to be your ex.

    Evry nEXt have an inbuilt EX in it 😀

  588. #588 by Theossa on February 19, 2009 - 8:20 PM


    I meant, if he start acting like your ex Muneer 😳 You’ll land someone like Alec Baldwin. If you don’t I promise I’ll get Alec’s DNA and make you a clone of him 😀 Happy now?

  589. #589 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 19, 2009 - 8:22 PM

    Theo i was talkin about this pat tat u said. “You should learn hunting. Just in case your next husband want to be your ex :D”

  590. #590 by Theossa on February 19, 2009 - 8:26 PM

    Gotta go guys, have a nice rest of the weekend.

  591. #591 by Mohammed Munir on February 19, 2009 - 8:47 PM

    Yeah, me too…

    Gotta go guys, have a nice rest of the weekend. 😀

    Theossa …

    Good with those moving icons, they look cool, I guess I have to catch them too 😉

  592. #592 by Mohammed Munir on February 19, 2009 - 8:50 PM

    LS Administrators …

    Guys, think about starting a ‘Live Chat’ within LS page, and it will help us all in big way and save a lot of time on updating these comments. LOL

  593. #593 by farrah, k.raja on February 19, 2009 - 10:33 PM

    About my cousin wife :

    Khuda her kisi kou us balaa sai bacai aur tabai maut marai.

    She was a woman to be afraid off!!!GOSHT KA PAHAAR to be afraid off.He married her for papers and she knew it.

    Can you believe uskai dost aur uski sabqa girlfriends ka kiya haal houwa huga ?

    Sweetie :

    dont worry my X got married and divorced within three months.His amee jan kou meri behaad yaad ayee uskai baad.

    I always avenge people ,only I leave it to God how He decides ,fully satisfied and content .

  594. #594 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 19, 2009 - 10:55 PM

    Farrah, thats true.. But still!! lol

    Munir, i gave that idea a couple of months back, but no response lol

  595. #595 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 19, 2009 - 11:22 PM

    😥 i sliced my finger while cutting a pineapple.

  596. #596 by farrah, k.raja on February 19, 2009 - 11:27 PM

    of course Dear ,husbands are accidents they should not be taken seroiusly:)
    Past and the future ones:)

    I am going to sleep now.I did a search on face book for you.There were so many Sweeties but not you.

  597. #597 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 20, 2009 - 12:11 AM

    lol farrah, im not under sweetie,. Saba might work hehe

  598. #598 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 20, 2009 - 2:08 AM

    Sweetie were you slicing the pineapple with your finger? I thought you do that with your tongue! 😀 Zabaan jo itni tez turrar hai……… I have a witness “Muneer” 😀

    Someone I know she not only talks too much but, zubaan qainchi ki terha chalti hai, I asked her a question: Do you remember your birth weight? She proudly said, 8 lbs. I said, then your tongue alone must have been 7lbs. right?

    If you wanna know how to slice a pineapple? Ask Jeeves……… rather ask me. 🙂

  599. #599 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 20, 2009 - 2:18 AM


    We thought about Message Board as well as Chat site. For having a chat site you need a server and it also costs money plus full time moderators otherwise there is no use. Message board is a better option because, those who are known and reliable we can allow their comments to appear instantly upon posting. For new ones or those who can misuse or abuse they have to wait like a blog …. in a blog there is no such feature yet. There has to be a moderator to approve the comments.
    Sweetie is very well aware of chats and so am I. You may ask her how people can flood and abuse a chat site even it it is moderated………. puranay papi hain chat kay! 😀

  600. #600 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 20, 2009 - 2:23 AM

    LOL @ puranay papee! I wasnt a papeee Javed.

    & my zubaan doesnt work like a kainchee, stuff for muneer comes naturally, besides we’re supposed to speak nothing but the truth! 😀

  601. #601 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 20, 2009 - 2:36 AM

    OK Sweetie, lemme tell you …. its no biggy but most novices especially jinko Tuna ka tin kholna nahee aata jo baray shikari bantay unko bhee nahee maloom how to slice a pineapple in just a few seconds. 😀

    First of all you need right kinda knife, never use the sharp boning knife or the Chef’s knife but, use a saw knife – a bread knife would be fine (fruit knives are small, you need longer blades) Chop off the top and the bottom of the pineapple. Make it sit on its bottom on the chopping board and then from the top start cutting the rough peel of the pineapple in a downward angle. Just keep rotating it without lifting the pineapple from the chopping board, c’est ca. wash it and then slice it as thin or as thick you like. You don’t have to remove the center hard portion. Then you better buy tins 🙂 Try eating pineapple by sprinkling chat masala and red chilly powder.

    I do the same when I am peeling the navel oranges but, I use a fruit knife for that. shipppshippshippshippp there u go its clean in a second. I don’t like peeling oranges with my fingers, keeno, mandarin, tangerine etc. are fine ‘coz they are soft.

    More tips on chopping 😀 Some people get very irritated when they have to chop Bhindi or Okra. The best way is to apply a wee bit of cooking oil on top of the knife blade, then the stickiness of OKra won’t bother you, it won’t get stuck to the knife blade. Also, if you arrange like 8-10 Okras flat in a row on the chopping board and slice it in one go, first chop the top and move it in to the trash, then chop the desired size with a long stroke i.e., pulling the knife from the other end towards your body without lifting it from the chopping board. Once again a big fruit knife will do the job better than a Chef’s knife. I use the Chef’s knife for chopping onions, green chillies, ginger or dhaniya etc. And, of course for meat, fish and poultry.

    My knives are very precious to me, I don’t let anari people use my knives.

  602. #602 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 20, 2009 - 2:38 AM

    yadayadayadayada…… LOL
    Papee is masculine, Papun is feminine 😀
    I know tum kis ki terf ungli dikhao ge! isssssssh rehnay dou.

  603. #603 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 20, 2009 - 2:43 AM

    Javed, i know how to cut pineapples, wasnt the first time, slicing my finger, that was first time (while cutting a pineapple).
    Once i made mango shake, using the immersion blender & i had forgot to pull the plug out. Without thinking i placed my fingers betweenthe blades to clean em, & i pressed the button & i felt the pain when one of the blades went thru my nail & hit the finger bone 😥 Had to call my neighbor & ended up in the ER lol Mango shake k bajaey finger shake baan gaya hahaha

  604. #604 by JAVED A. KHAN on February 20, 2009 - 2:46 AM

    Yae bhee koi Muneer ki saazish hogi, din daharay supnaon may jo agaya hoga tumharay! 😀

    Imagine Zulaiqa kay zamanay may Blenders hotay tou jaanay kya hota?

  605. #605 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 20, 2009 - 3:26 AM

    Ewwwww @ dreaming of muneer, i’d call em nightmares! ufffffffff

  606. #606 by farrah, k.raja on February 20, 2009 - 9:29 AM

    It is horrible.I hope it is not very deep.The problem is until it heals it hurts.

    I will look for you on face book tonight .

  607. #607 by khansahab on February 20, 2009 - 11:19 AM


    What an ordeal that must have been about your gruesome injury! You’re a bad GF by narrating that on a public forum cos your BF read it!!

    Imagine what must be going on inside BF’s heart 😦

  608. #608 by farrah k raja on February 20, 2009 - 1:13 PM

    Cooking Okra my style
    Chop the Okra.pre washed and dried
    Fry onion tomatoes together in pan
    add namak mirch haldi to Okra in a box give it a good shake
    When onions and tomatoes are tender add okra in the pan.
    Put the lid on the pan .Cook on a low fire.leave it ten minutes.Do not turn them over etc.After ten min if not ready give five min more.
    Its ready.:):)

  609. #609 by Theossa on February 20, 2009 - 1:17 PM


    Sweetie ke unglee kattee to aap ko durd howa, mugger jub dil toda aor aap DRC ke saath vacation per gaye tub kahyal nahin aaya? Sweetie itni samajhdaar hai keh who ub aap ke chiknee chupdee baaton mien nahin aane wali 🙂


    Tum ne kul mujhe daanta, tubhe tumhari unglee kattee! Khuda Masoom Theossa ka khayal rukhta hai 😀

  610. #610 by Theossa on February 20, 2009 - 1:26 PM

    Javed, F.K.R. & Sweetie

    I have a Master Recipe for cutting Oranges, Pineapples, Okra, Potatoes, Onions etc.
    Ask your wife to do it! While you watch ESPN Sports Center 😆

  611. #611 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 20, 2009 - 2:03 PM

    The cut actually is very deep & is still bleeding, & hurts 😥
    BF, im surprised u paid attention .. makes me wonder if i am still ure GF. *sniff**

  612. #612 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 20, 2009 - 2:19 PM

    There is no violence, just blood hehe
    Umm no ure not my BF i guess..u cheated on me & i have Theo on my side.

  613. #613 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 20, 2009 - 2:54 PM

    Farrah, was that u? (just confirming)

  614. #614 by Theossa on February 20, 2009 - 3:15 PM


    Farrah, was that u? (just confirming)

    Did she fart?

  615. #615 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 20, 2009 - 3:21 PM


  616. #616 by Theossa on February 20, 2009 - 3:33 PM

    Sweetie & Farrah

    What would be your 3 good traits and 3 bad traits? Be honest please!

  617. #617 by farrah k raja on February 20, 2009 - 3:39 PM

    Yes Sweetie !its me.

    @Master Recipe :To make men work

    Starve them till they get take away or resign to cook.

  618. #618 by ¨*¤ §weetie ¤*¨ on February 20, 2009 - 4:08 PM

    Theo, side mein aoo phir batati hon!! lol

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