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Tahale tor profiler ki naam hobe re? Hey, as a good Bong, you will obviously love sweet stuff, I mean I do. I'll email you sometime when I get off work slightly early. And by the way 'Big Mango' because The Economist referred to the city as such. After all the Aam is the quintessential desi phal.
Yeah, maybe you should use honey instead... :P
Matrimonials... wife surfing? Do you have arranged marriages? Pardon my ignorance, or simple curiosity, but my culture is different.
K, I saw Big Mango on your blog, I thought it was an interesting way of saying it.
was he looking for a bride for you?
k - hehehe, i can see u luv ure himsagar... o wait, u dont get dat variety in dilli, na? well, u'll get used to de alphonsos this side of the country! yep, do mail me sometime soon.
chelle - i love honey! ;-) hehehe.. and the arranged marriage thingy is an option dat a lot of ppl in india try out.. for a variety of reasons, from traditional to simply not getting de time to meet someone.. i know, it sounds VERY warped for someone not used to it, but then... hehehe, everything goes, i guess, since marriages are made in heaven! ;-)
phal - other way around. *nothing to be snide about*
Oh, how the godly qualities of a good cuppa are underestimated. Can make or break a good day, I tell you.
4 lumps of sugar!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!unbelievable. online matrimonials can be funny, cheesy, corny at times.
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i agree with the heaven part. one way or another you will end up with the person you're meant to.
oh and yes, honey is yummy. i have heard of the tradition, and agree that it can have its advantages. i just wanted to know if today it was still predominant. the system in the west hasn't proven to be better since people wed whoever for more superficial reasons and divorce all the time. thanks for your answer. :)
chamique - hehehe... wud do anything for a steel tumbler and some kaapi now, i tell u! ;-)
aparna - shocked? well, life's lumpy. sigh..... tried to make dat funny, but fell flat on my face!
chelle - ure welcome.