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Old 12th December 2008, 10:49   #196
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BULL S H I T ?


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While Bull is OK, we @ Dungsville like to reserve the other word for more contemptuous bio-degradable material.

A blue collar tinge with "Gobar" would be more fitting; respecting the huge response IT has invoked here,IT(capital used to denote the immense respect it commands in many circles) seemed to have touched the innermost chords in many and seems to be useful in more meaningful ways than ever thought of or imagined.

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After going through this thread yesterday, while going back home, I could not avoid looking carefully in the roads for a pile of dung.

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This was my real cowdung encounter:

1) Me and my friend were walking through a residential road in Domlur-Blr.

2) We saw a big pileup of fresh cowdung on the road, so we took care not to step on it.

3) As we were just passing the problem area, an Indicab came from nowhere at high speed, two of its left wheels slammed the highest peak of the dung. (Believe me, that sound was not sickening, it was a nice 'slap' sound)

4) Me and my friend standing on the roadside with fresh cowdung sprayed all over our cloths, hands, bag with very good aroma.

We had to immediatly walk back to the house while laughing at each other, to have a shower and to change cloths.

@Threadstarter: Well driving through the cowdung with yor car while you sit inside the safety of the car is NOTHING! This incident is not worth to be discussed as a thread here.
Domlur area is notorious for cows sitting in the middle of the road, causing traffic jams & ofcourse dunging and causing issues for people like Clevermax.

BBMP / Police has not been able to do anything and take action against the owners who leave the cows out into the roads .

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Old 12th December 2008, 12:51   #198
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Kahin door jab din dhal jaaye,
Clinic ke log aake mujko sulaaye, gobar lagaye,
mere badan ke har ek ang se bas gobar ki khusbhoo aaye khushboo aaye

People who understand hindi well ( i would request the rest to understand my plight and show some empathy) will understand what i am going through

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Coming to this thread after reading the first two posts when they were made due to comments (or were they warnings) found in another thread.

Seems like this thread is bring 'out' the best of everyone!!!

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That was innovative ........

Elephant smelled Swift tyre,
Aroused rammed Innovas's rear,
No time, damn the rubber,
and........Estillo came out of the pair.

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@Ramky .

Well Dung sire. Your Gobar has dung the inevitable . Prove that Dung is indeed the best medicine.

-Vijay
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LOL
How can cow dung be harmful for a car buddy ?
Just get the car cleaned properly and your good to go.
careful fatherlover. You can be infracted or worse still BANNED for goign seriosuly Off topic.

The topic of discussion has gone way way beyond what was asked. sp if you discuss gobar and cars you would be cause of wrath of gobar singh.

@ramkya : why dont you start writing the tales of gobar singh.
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Don't blame the cows for dunging on the road. The fact as i understand is, when they attempt to cross the road, the fast moving vehicles scare the sh*t out of them and hence the dung on the road.

So next time you see a cow in the middle of the road, switch the engine off and try pushing your car until you cross the cow or try honking and face the consequences . Clarification: When i say 'cross' i mean going past the cow.

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Old 12th December 2008, 14:52   #203
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Don't blame the cows for dunging on the road. The fact as i understand is, when they attempt to cross the road, the fast moving vehicles scare the sh*t out of them and hence the dung on the road. ................
Clarification: When i say 'cross' i mean going past the cow...........
When fast moving vehicles scare the innards out of homo sapines, can bovines be blamed

Millions of years of evolution has not enabled bovines to use covering techniques, not has their masters put them in grooming / finishing schools.

If only they have been toilet trained you'd find them standing in queue and using the public convenience utilities.

Was it necessary to clarify the "Crossing" part? What else were you thinking of?

@Leadfoot: Collecting materials...... all in good time.

@ Happy Wheels: Which thread was that?

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Ramkya, you don't toilet train them. You Potty train them. You have to be politically correct with Gobar Singh around. Or else you can be dungeoned.
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I thought it otherwise!
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Clarification: When i say 'cross' i mean going past the cow.
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Man this is really getting complicated now.

And since its got so technical. I strongly suggest, please give the specimen of the dung to The forsenic science laboratory (FSL), they can only tell you whether its harmfull or not.
Have not read the rest of thread - YET - as it is harmful for readers health but IAC:
Perhaps they can subject it to infamous narco analysis so much in News.
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Ramkya, you don't toilet train them. You Potty train them. You have to be politically correct with Gobar Singh around. Or else you can be dungeoned.
Here we go....... one more word for the dictionary, thanks for the contribution...

. Dungeoned

This really is growing

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vikram_d : Ramkya, you don't toilet train them. You Potty train them. You have to be politically correct with Gobar Singh around. .
Wrong, guys. You will need to pit-train them. Remember where does the gobar go to, immediately after being deposited.
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Well to think about it our bovines can be trained to fill any potholes.

Well they are more on the road than the PWD or BMC so they can put a loadful to good usecheers:. Then we may not be cursing them!

New word
Dungholed: Indian way to fill up potholes
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Old 12th December 2008, 16:57   #210
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Well, Gobar singh in his dungmatted car is all set to test his car in the highest motorable road in the world - Khardung La pass !!!
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