August 14, 2007

Snippet 1:

Person 1: Duniya kutti hai yaar, a-holes don’t reciprocate my goodness. I am good to them but they are mean and bad to me.
Person 2: Just because you are a vegetarian doesn’t mean that a hungry lion won’t savor you.

person 1: isn’t that the reason that makes us humans and they are called animals?
person 2: well, we are called “social animals” for a reason.. the animal instinct in us kicks in from time to time, it is the social obligation that prevents us from doing so
person1: grrr, I feel like kicking you for this stupid explanation
person 2: that was’t you, that was the monkey in you that was talking, and please tell him “bad monkey, no bananas”

Snippet 2:

Japanese men sure have a tough time, consider the numerous instances when men (have to) say sorry to women. See the various types of saying sorry, the Japanese way, in this video.

As a kid, I didn’t believe when my grandpa told me about the last type he saw back in Osaka.


7 Responses to “snippets”

  1. rads Says:

    where do u find such stuff πŸ˜€

    Hey, isn’t doge-fuse what you guys do sashtang in the temple? So is that telling us something :- )

  2. some body Says:

    this ‘doge’ – is it pronounced the way i suspect it is? πŸ˜‰

    – s.b.

  3. Pavan Says:

    rads: yes, dig-fuse is similar to sashtang namaskaaram, which is an advance apology rendered for a possible mistake/felony πŸ™‚ and my inspiration is s.b., to create a parallel Universe (google) with an exhaustive online coverage..

    s.b.: I hope it is not, well, you always have the last kind of saying sorry if you did mean it that way πŸ˜‰

  4. shark Says:

    lol! that apology thing was truly amazing!
    and what is this secret talk between you and sb? something your readers should not know….?

  5. Cinamon Says:

    damn neat video. SO now you are equipped with apologies in jap also…not too bad.

  6. icyman_11 Says:

    Why was Snippet 3 censored after having been published…….. Did B’Geeta characters sue you for using their name without their permission ? πŸ™‚

  7. Susmitha Says:

    Oh, liked to see my name so much, I just wanted to put in a gibberish comment. πŸ˜‰
    The video is amazing. Is that what the Japs really do? By the way, I know a guy who works in my company that comes and does (almost) sashtang pranams to me or any other Indian people waiting at the bus stop. Always makes me embarrassed, as to what the gora-goris might think whenever he does that. Prob’ly thinking ‘ah, another (eyes rolling) Indian weirdo…
    (chuckles) πŸ™‚

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