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Was going through Facebook and found this Community on “Mahi Way”. There is this interesting question that is being answered by over a hundred people. Impressive isn’t it?
With all the pretty ones disguising as delicious delicacies, I was sure tempted to post this. LOL!

And as the Disclaimer of Polished Crap goes “If YOU taking it OFFENSIVE then its YOUR FAULT. Cos all I write is Polished CRAP!” ūüėÄ

WARNING! TAKE IT IN LIGHT HUMOR! TAKE IT IN RIGHT SPIRIT! AND LAUGH YOUR LUNGS OUT! DONT BLAME ME! YOU WROTE IT!

So should I be saying:
I like starting with deserts so I think I will have a Madhuri Bhanushali and a Safa A. Khaliq with Aarti Sharma. Then I’ll take a Amrita Jagtap with Vidula Kashyap sprinkled with Sifat Alam and Shruti Angirasa chips.

For the main course I shall have Sristi Kejriwal, Nirali Vyas with Farahnaz Reza and and Sabreen Khan Rao.

Then to finish it all, I will have a Anwen Hilary Hilz Vidhee Chamaria with a Preeti Kwatra as the dressing!

ROFL!

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Were going through Facebook Events and found this one-of-its-kind event "Lavender Nights-The First All Gurl Party in Bangalore" at http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=302485165269. 

Although, the Event is truly a eye-catcher for both the women and the men (for obvious reasons), what we observed was that this event is "Strictly for Women", even though the event page does not restrict men from RSVPing. 
Curious as every soul, although they have specified they are there for Music, we wonder what these slinky lavender outfit girls, showing off their pride are up to. As they say : 
" Lavender blue, Rosemary green,
When I am Queen, you'll be my Dream

Bring your Queer Gurls, 8 P.M. sharp
Some to the drink, some to the dark

Some to make love, some to show off
You and your Dream to keep it all hot

Lavender Nights and Pink Nation Present
A party for women, a shining event

We're here to have fun, we're here to dance out
We're here and we're Queer, no closets about!

So come all you gurls, and bring your friends too
We're here for the music and that's what we'll do! "

Cheers Girls! Have a Great Time! And call the Boys to¬†Chauffeur your less-sober selves, back home ūüôā !¬†

Posted via email from Event XP

Thanks to ShaaqT(on Twitter) ‘s post, I am inspired to write mine today. I liked her approach, however I would take a different one. Let me see if I can see where shortcuts have helped. The most evident use of Shortcuts is to save once’s skin. 

Back at school, I had a couple of friends, who could not afford two pairs of uniform. They used to rush home and wash the cuffs, collars and the armpits of their white school shirt they wore, hung it to strain out the water, and fold and put it under their beds to ensure they had their school uniform for the next day, neat and clean. Shortcut for sure, however the best one to avoid getting punished for not wearing their uniform or wearing a smelly unpressed one. Shortcut to avoid shame. 

And then of course there are the ones who just brought us joy. 

We saw Kamal Hassan, in the silent masterpiece of a movie Pushpak, put coins in his half tea just to enjoy the pride of drinking a full glass. LOL! Shortcut to pride. 

And long back when I came to Bangalore, I loved the sight of a cheesy Pizza, however hated the idea of asking my parents for the money.  So I worked at a Pizza place, bunking classes. And I made my own Pizza, and munched on it with pride. Shortcut to happiness. 

Where shortcuts to success are not my recommendation, shortcuts to live the small joys of life are surely a thumbs up. As long as it does not hurt or intimidate someone. What say? 

Do You have any such incidents to share. Put it in the comments. Would love to include a couple here. ūüôā 

Posted via web from Shyam Says

Everyone has their dark little secrets,

Eveyone are living with stealth spades, 

When shows on TV start stripping us naked, 

Is when wrath and fury cascade. 

 

There is love and hatred between any two, 

Everyone hates to face defeat, 

Even if it from kith n kin, 

None takes it sitting in his seat. 

 

Bringing out the differences is disturbing, 

It causes more than just harmony errosion, 

We aam janta, the mango people, 

Cant live life without suspicion. 

 

When we loose ground of the truth to false, 

And are made to face our inner devil, 

Its pain and tears to all that take hurt, 

As the accused is going through every peril. 

 

That’s why my friend, the wise men say, 

Take life in your stride, it aint smooth sail, 

You have to expect the unexpected and smile, 

As every damn color has its pale.

 

Posted via web from Rime O Reason