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Old 11th July 2008, 18:52   #166
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Well, at least its good to see he cares more for the safety of his son than his own.
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Old 11th July 2008, 19:28   #167
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Well, at least its good to see he cares more for the safety of his son than his own.
with an oversized helmet?!! i doubt that.
Maybe he cannot tie his helmet elsewhere in the bike.
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Old 12th July 2008, 11:01   #168
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with an oversized helmet?!! i doubt that.
Maybe he cannot tie his helmet elsewhere in the bike.
Correct, People of our country are very innovative in terms of breaking law. Most of the people do not tie helmet stripe, as good as not wearing helmt
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Old 15th July 2008, 13:34   #169
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How do you stick a bell on a wall? Pics of Quirky signs, captions & boards-dsc00175.jpg


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Old 15th July 2008, 13:38   #170
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I feel sorry for the Kuwaity men.
lol

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Old 15th July 2008, 13:45   #171
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Some additions from memory:

Unfortunately no photos.

In Guruvayoor some years back - "Srinivasa Chineese Restrent - Meals Ready".
On their Menu - "Boneless Idly, Dosai Manchury", etc etc

In Valmiki Nagar, Chennai some years ago at some local road side bar - Ice CUBS for sale.

In Kotagiri, Nilgiris - at a Bakery - Chicken Pups, Mutton Pups, Veg Pups.

In Kilpauk, Madras, 20 years ago - A local Chicken/Mutton Stall/ "Proteins" Shop with a Sign - "Vulture's Chicken Valley"

In Interior Coorg some years ago - "Trespassers will be Shot"

In Tirupur some years ago, a roadside mechanic's establishment - "Mohan's Tool Works"

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Old 15th July 2008, 15:22   #172
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Some additions from memory:

Unfortunately no photos.

In Guruvayoor some years back - "Srinivasa Chineese Restrent - Meals Ready".
On their Menu - "Boneless Idly, Dosai Manchury", etc etc

In Valmiki Nagar, Chennai some years ago at some local road side bar - Ice CUBS for sale.

In Kotagiri, Nilgiris - at a Bakery - Chicken Pups, Mutton Pups, Veg Pups.

In Kilpauk, Madras, 20 years ago - A local Chicken/Mutton Stall/ "Proteins" Shop with a Sign - "Vulture's Chicken Valley"

In Interior Coorg some years ago - "Trespassers will be Shot"

In Tirupur some years ago, a roadside mechanic's establishment - "Mohan's Tool Works"
..that was damn hilarious. Mohan must be one happy and a popular man in tirupur.
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Old 15th July 2008, 15:31   #173
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Road to IIT

The Road to IIT. Completely Flooded... For a change with water & not applicants
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Old 15th July 2008, 22:46   #174
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New Countries - SingaPOUR, Jerman, Thaivan, Malashiya, Kuvith.
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Old 16th July 2008, 08:14   #175
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Some additions from memory:

Unfortunately no photos.

In Guruvayoor some years back - "Srinivasa Chineese Restrent - Meals Ready".
On their Menu - "Boneless Idly, Dosai Manchury", etc etc

In Valmiki Nagar, Chennai some years ago at some local road side bar - Ice CUBS for sale.

In Kotagiri, Nilgiris - at a Bakery - Chicken Pups, Mutton Pups, Veg Pups.

In Kilpauk, Madras, 20 years ago - A local Chicken/Mutton Stall/ "Proteins" Shop with a Sign - "Vulture's Chicken Valley"

In Interior Coorg some years ago - "Trespassers will be Shot"

In Tirupur some years ago, a roadside mechanic's establishment - "Mohan's Tool Works"

dude,
My keyboard's conked off...spilled tea on it

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New Countries - SingaPOUR, Jerman, Thaivan, Malashiya, Kuvith.
Also look at "NARMAL PASSPORT" and "VIZA PASSPORT".
Two new variety of passport.

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Old 17th July 2008, 14:23   #177
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I came across, one of most respected citizen of India. Who obey traffic rules in any condition . See, according to Bangalore traffic rule book, only front rider need to wear helmet. Pillion rider not.

Its really a shame. Kids wearing oversize helmets... ALso in Chennai guys wearing helmets just before known police locations and then removing it oncethey cross the area. How can we make these guys realize the importance of helmet?
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@shankar i just loved the Coorg one. Soon going to give people some idea about it.
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Old 17th July 2008, 16:07   #179
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Found in Bangalore. Maybe a disappointed Auto driver.
Why only unrequited love messages on all public vehicles ?

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Old 17th July 2008, 17:05   #180
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Found in Bangalore. Maybe a disappointed Auto driver.
Why only unrequited love messages on all public vehicles ?

because they declare love by scratching "I love you, <somename>" on cars using a sharp nail.

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