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View Poll Results: Puttar's seafood meet venue
Oi! I say Pals' Fish Corner at Bandra. 3 16.67%
You know nothing, ji! I want Lamba puttar's jagah at Chembur. 8 44.44%
Gaddhe, come to Dara paaji's Dhaba at Dahisar, it's better than those two above. 2 11.11%
Sab bakwaas hai. I'm eating at home. 5 27.78%
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Old 8th September 2006, 14:09   #31
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deeeeekra just make it to the meet, will make sure you drive home humming ting ling ling ling dhing ling dhing apart from paying utmost respect to everyone's mothers, sisters

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Old 8th September 2006, 15:43   #32
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Don't forget flatulence & ghoda power under the hood... And of course, the balle-balles!

And Manson, no dikra-shikras allowed. This is a rustic bad Punjabi meet. The next one shall be bawa (mebbe to pay homage to my Mum's side...? )
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Hmmm I am currently trying to figure out a good excuse to fly out to Mumbai. Let's see if I am sucessful in this noble venture. See the sacrifices I make to increase the general knowledge of fellow T-BHPians
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Old 8th September 2006, 18:21   #34
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Heck I can't even read half the stuff on this thread!
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Old 8th September 2006, 18:59   #35
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Don't worry BS even Rtech can't :LOL You mumbaikars seriously need my help in learning punjabi department I tell you. Should be good education for all of you
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Old 9th September 2006, 03:25   #36
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Oi Boom Shiva puttar!
Forget this reading-sheading ji! Tussi school jaana hoga for that ji.
Tussi aa rahe ho ki nahin? Shall teach you also some Punjabi gal & therefore get you eligible for Punjabi gal.

irahgava paaji! Tussi coming for teaching these khotas Punjabi da lesson or no ji?
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irahgava paaji! Tussi coming for teaching these khotas Punjabi da lesson or no ji?
Elf khoteyain main poori koshish karda jee aane di tainu jaldi dassanga ki saada schedule ki haiga!

And elf the balle-balle smiley is just fantastic!!

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sorry, me in wrong place. all glibberish...too elfish?
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@jkdas: In the words of the great Jim Morrison Paaji... "Oi ji, you also come on babyji, light my fire puttar!"
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@jkdas: In the words of the great Jim Morrison Paaji... "Oi ji, you also come on babyji, light my fire puttar!"
Elf you want JKD to light your fire puttar??

P.S. I thought you were married!!
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Ok, this is getting wierder by the post!! I just hope "prawns" isn't a metaphor for something else....
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Red face Igniter coils, & other such electric items...

My allusion to jkdas Lighting my fire was primarily in the spirit of brotherly love, you stinking perverts!

Also the key words in that were come on, not light my fire. As in come on into Bombay, come on confirm quick, ad infinitum...

Considering the fact that this is mainly(?) an automotive forum, any lighting of fires would refer to the vehicle's igniter coil shoving a spark deep into the cylinder where the stoichiometric air-fuel ratio would cause the piston to commence it's downward path, not any lurid images your allegedly sick minds might conjure up.

Chee! Chee! Chee! Sharm-varm nahin aata kya? Ghar pe bhai-baap nahin hai kya??!!!

And no Rtech. Prawns mean prawns. Jhinga. Kombdi. Garnalen. Gamberetti. Crevettes Roses. Garnelen. Camarões Grandes. Gambas. Those longish things that most chicks love (& some guys too), that thrive in warm wet places, yet shrivel up & die when taken out of those warm wet places. Especially when dead & dipped in batter & fried.
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You guys sure you didn't smoke those prawns or something? Sure as hell sounds like it!
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Yup Boom, sure about that - the damn things are too big to fit into a bong. Besides which, Koliwada Prawns are dipped in batter & deep fried, you imbecile!

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Considering the fact that this is mainly(?) an automotive forum, any lighting of fires would refer to the vehicle's igniter coil shoving a spark deep into the cylinder where the stoichiometric air-fuel ratio would cause the piston to commence it's downward path, not any lurid images your allegedly sick minds might conjure up.


It's you conjusring up images Elf not us!! We can see the piston going up & down, up & down in the narrow passage of the cylinders

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Those longish things that most chicks love (& some guys too), that thrive in warm wet places, yet shrivel up & die when taken out of those warm wet places.

ROFL
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