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Monday, April 11, 2005

Life's Like That

It is amazing the kind of stories one gets to listen with a few friends around. Nothing tops endless cups of hot coffee, cold coffee and chips in office cafeteria or just a Coffee day or Barista with the evening drizzle to keep us indoors. I always love the times when there are jokes and anecdotes to share.
And the best part is its always a true story at the end. That some guy actually had the opportunity to say or do something so silly always has me in splits. The conversation slowly moves from one poor jerk to another till we all run out of gas. After an hour or so, it feels so good to be have been there. All for just Rs. 35 !
So this one fine evening with loads of work piled up at home, i set off to meet a few good pals. Here are a few jokes i hope i'd not forget soon.
Cell-phone conversations you wished u could have been a part of:-

--- "Hello... Hello... HELLO Nee M**da, emi vinpeeyatle, gattiga matladu!!! .............Oh..**rather sheepishly** "cheppu Daddy"!
--- "Saar, nenu Warangal ninchi matlathunanu. Stock ready undi. Emi cheyamantaru?" "Oh.. o pancheyi. Ventane Hyderabad ki bailderu" "Ah... ? Akkadiki vochi....?" "Nuvvu vochina taravatha apudu matlandukundam le. Mundu tondarga ra"
--- "Hello, I am Smitha calling from ______. Do you have any questions or queries regarding your network subscription?" "Yes, are you married?" !!!
---One really bored student wants to know the course fees regarding a particular college. "Hello. What are the fees?.. aha .. ok.. how many students do you have? aha.. .ok... How many per class?... aha... Yes, one more question saar. How many girls per class?" !!!!
---The guy who asked that "Are you married?" question improvises the next time the Customer Service Care ppl called. "Hello, I am Shailaja calling from ______. Do you have any questions or queries regarding your network subscription?" "Yes, are you married?" ; "Sorry.. i did not get you" ; "Yes, are you married?" "EH?" "Arre L**j*m****a!!! English lo adikite ardhamkale?
---One dude is trying his best to evade a certain guy S___'s call. First time S___ calls our boy responds "This phone is temporarily out of order. Please call after a few min. **sings the Reliance Jingle** Karlo duniya muthi me...". Second time S___ tries again and our fellow responds similarly. "This phone is temporarily out of order. Please call after a few min. **sings the Reliance Jingle** Karlo duniya muthi me..." Third time S___ calls again and ... "Arre Ch****e! Eni saarlu chepalra??? This phone is temporarily out of order. Please call after a few min. **Karlo duniya muthi me...**!!!!

Well ppl who understand telugu and the bad words in telugu would enjoy this more..

4 Comments:

Blogger Kishore said...

Except the are you married part, rest of it is greek, latin and telugu for me :-(

April 11, 2005 8:43 PM  
Anonymous Rahul said...

u've got an amazing vocabulary in telugu... never thought gulti reddy gals were this gud at slang ;)

April 11, 2005 10:31 PM  
Anonymous sara said...

Yeah, I was lost, but I enjoyed the English parts that I read. ;)

April 12, 2005 2:43 AM  
Blogger kiran kumar Chava said...

ఎలాగూ తెలుగు తెలీని వాళ్ళు చదవలేరు కదా!
తెలుగు ని తెలుగులో వ్రాయ ప్రయత్నించరాదండి

April 20, 2005 5:03 AM  

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