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Old 21st January 2009, 15:40   #3421
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What is the difference between a virgin and a Maruti Vehicle?

One hit and they don't stay the same.


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Old 21st January 2009, 16:13   #3422
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@mr BEAN

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Old 21st January 2009, 16:22   #3423
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What is the difference between a virgin and a Maruti Vehicle?

One hit and they don't stay the same.


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Thats not a difference dude. Its a similarity
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Old 21st January 2009, 16:31   #3424
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Thats not a difference dude. Its a similarity
Thanks for pointing that out . Team-bhp & my office work together don't go well. Too addicted to this site at office, sometime I forgot what I am typing.
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Old 21st January 2009, 16:49   #3425
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This one is a really smart one.
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Old 21st January 2009, 19:23   #3427
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HAHAHA!! A nice one After a VERY long time here!!! BRAVO BRAVO!!
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Lol@ abhi - Very funny!
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A minister and a mad man...
Once a Minister went to the Agra Mental Asylum to see the condition of the mad people kept there. He saw that some mad people had gone from bad to worse and some mad people were improving. After inspecting some mad people he came to a corner and saw one person who was sitting rather quietly.

He went to him and asked him how are you and that person calmly replied I am fine and asked "What about you Sir".

The Minister was quite surprised at the reply. The Minister asked him many questions about General knowledge and to his surprise the mad man answered them all right. The surprised Minister told him,"you dont seem to be mad then why are you kept here. The person replied,"kya kare sahab majburi hai".

The minister took out a cigarette packet and took one cigarette and gave the packet to the lunatic. He took out all the cigarettes and peeled the paper cover off and took out all the tobacco and put it on his head and asked the minister for a lighter. T

he minister gave him a lighter. He burnt the tobacco on his head, opened his pajamas and asked the Minister,"Sahab Hukkah Peeyenge".
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Got this as a mail forward:

Heights of cost cutting!!!

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With IBM layoffs looming around the corner, IBM classic jokes are making rounds again


Two lions escape from the zoo. They decide to split up and meet back in two months to see how the other is doing.
Two months later, one lion is scrawny and beat up, the other is fat and happy. The scrawny beat up lion says, "I went to the park and started eating children. The police and national guard came after me and I haven't stopped running since. How are you so well fed?"
The second lion replies, "Easy! I Just hid outside the IBM office and ate a manager every day. Nobody even noticed!"
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i found this on some ones facebk pic
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. we cross those speeds regularly.
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The Story of the Gujarati Origin of Valentine's Day.
In spite of what you have been told by everyone, the truth is that [COLOR=#ff0000]Valentine's Day[/COLOR] 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, would continually mistreat and disrespect their wives (Patelianis). One fine day, it happened to be the 14th day of February, one brave Pateliani, having had enough of the "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 of "chapatti-ed" husbands all over Anand & Amdavad. The Patel men-folk quickly learnt their lesson and started to behave more respectfully with their Patelianis.
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 husbands, 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 bought flowers, clothes, jewellery,sweetmeats and other gifts. Hence the tradition began.
As Gujarat fell under the influence of British rule & 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 anglicized, first to 'Velantime' and then to 'Valentine'. And thereafter, 14th of February, came to be known as
Valentine's Day!
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Nikhil it is toooo much
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