Sunday, October 08, 2006

How do u rate my blog/s ?

i have been on blog for 2 years give or take a few months
i was introduced to blogging by the blog goddess http://keshigirl.blogspot.com/

earlier i used to chat on IT as julia where i made life hell for creeps
and i had good funn doing it
but then u grow up

my main motivation for blogging was educational
to warn Janice about dis horrible net world

u do meet decent bloggers in USA and CANADA
but the indian bloggers are creeps most of dem
(me included)

then Janice ( http://janicemumbai.blogspot.com ) disappeared
she is on cloud # 9 now up there with the angels
i have grown up further now


i want to no how u rate my blog/s
if u were given only one word to describe my blog wat wud it be?

2 GOOD
1 GOOD
SUXS

if i dont get a 100 responses
i am quitting blogging

u guys ROCK ON

as REX ( http://rexvenom.blogspot.com/ ) says

bye
Saby, the creep
below is the link to one of my earliest piece of SHIT http://imnutsincaps.blogspot.com/2005/11/interview-with-god.html
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Life has been good for me
(dis sounds like my gravestone)

i always was anti-religion for a long time
i took the final step here on blog
when i told Fr Anil to delist me from the catlik church
when Pope Benedict arrived

i have only one dream left unfilled
to see the world

california in particular
coz Karen
(
http://wackocrazy.blogspot.com/ ) and Michele (http://boomingbeats.blogspot.com/ ) live there


and becoz i want to make a lotta money fast
lotta gullible people there
who came there with pick and showels during the gold rush






i had to share dis with u guys before u go
TIPS for bachelors and loveless marriages


dont depend on women
all we guys need is food and laundry and good sex

FOOD
stock up on haldi powder, chilli powder and ginger garlic paste
perishables; green shilllies, eggs, onions, potatoes and tomatoes

Non veg dish
egg burji
heat 3 tsps of cooking oil in a pan
break the eggs and drop in (not the shell u ass)
add chopped onions and one bean of sausage (Goan sausages)

a little haldi powder and chilli powder
keep on stirring

when all the gooey part of the egg solidifies
its ready

Sausage curry
do the same, but dont add eggs u ass

oh shit
i forgot water is an important ingredient
if u dont add water, the dish will burn
i hate burned food

it tastes lousy

SEX
go to SEX COUNSELLOR BLOG on the joys of masturbation

58 comments:

Keshi said...

one word: REAL.


Keshi.

Anonymous said...

she dont mean really good
really SUXS is wat she meant

Anonymous said...

How to Dress in a Sari
A sari is an Indian women's garment. The main part is about 6 yards long. Don't let that scare you, though. Wearing a sari is pretty easy and it looks gorgeous on anybody.



Steps
Put on the blouse, petticoat, and the shoes you plan on wearing. The height of your heels is important to determine where the bottom of the sari should reach.


Find the side of your sari that has a fall (long piece of unadorned cotton) on it. This is the side that isn't the pallu (highly decorated side).
Wrap the sari around your waist and tuck it in once. The fall should be on the inside.


Wrap it around again, but don't tuck it in. Pull the pallu until it is as long as your outstretched arm when the arm is by your side.
Tighten the cloth and tuck it in 3-4 inches to the left of your belly button.
Pleat it (see Tips). You should end with 5-6 pleats but you can have more if your hands are small.


Tuck in your pleats. It is a good idea to pin the pleats together, something like 20 cms below the waist, so that they stay in place the whole day.


Drape the remaining fabric around yourself from left to right, and over your shoulder.


Secure the end portion on your shoulder with a safety pin.





Tips
To pleat, stretch your left hand and hold the cloth with your thumb and pinky. Wind the cloth with your right hand through the thumb and pinky holding with alternating fingers.
You can attach the pleats to your petticoat with a safety pin.
On the pleating, you can "cheat" and make your first pleat by just folding and then start winding.
The pallu should come over from your left shoulder and fall on your back.
You can wear an embellished blouse, and expose it a bit for a more attractive look.
There are many other more ways to dress in a sari. For example, you can get creative when you are taking your pallu. You can take it from the back of your right shoulder and let it fall in front, or just take it back and let it fall after draping it on your neck.
There are innumerable ways of draping a sari, so just get creative!
Wear the sari long, so that only the tips of your toes show. Short sari with visible ankles does not look very elegant (think evening gown !)
Normally the sari is a bit longer at the back (almost to the floor) than in the front.
You can pin your sari to your petticoat just below the right armpit (the side opposite to the shoulder on which you have the pallu), or better a little bit to the back. This prevents the sari slipping of your left breast.
JEWELLERY: it is a good idea to wear bangles with a sari, because the arms look sort of bare when the rest of the body is draped
Warnings
Make sure the fall is on the inside near your feet.
If your pleats aren't about even, you're just going to look weird.
Make sure your pleats are deep enough; otherwise, you won't be able to walk.
In bringing the pallu over your shoulder, make sure the bit behind falls above your knee or you may trip.
Be sure that your petticoat is tight !!!! Better a little too tigt, then too loose. Otherwise your sari will start sagging, and the pleats will come out
Things You'll Need
Sari
Blouse
Petticoat
Pins
Shoes

笔顺 -Satori- 笔顺 said...

You are the rock blogger king..you were Elvis before his lisa marie..hats off to ya.Mad capped one.!! Satori

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southpaw said...

Anything which is cool sux, so in a word ur blog sux and the one which is the most filthiest is the one on Anna Hazare and thats why its on the MUST READ section on my page so the world knows that truth and the torch bearers of truth they all suck in today's world, go wherever u want to oldman, but that post will always be there on my page to haunt others.

Keshi said...

yeds u right..real sucker.

Keshi.

Miranda said...

2 Good, keep on bloggin'!

Anonymous said...

How to Start a Fire With Sticks
Say you're camping or hiking, and you have everything you need--or so you think! You've managed to forget the matches! Knowing how to start a fire with sticks using "the drill method" described below might save your life. Even though it might be the slowest and possibly most frustrating way to start a campfire, it could save your life or at least impress your camp-mates.



Steps
Find tinder. Basically, anything that will take a spark, or "catch" and ignite should do (pocket lint, feather down, dried mosses, finely ground leaves, or fir needles are examples).
Find starting materials. This includes wood, and a flat stone. Try not to use wood off the ground (it could be rotted, or damp), and avoid green wood unless absolutely necessary. See the Things You'll Need listed below.


Fashion a bow out of a shoelace, and wrap it once around the drill. Make sure the tension is nice and firm. You could also just turn the drill with your hands, but using a bow is much easier.


Cut a notch into the fire-board. This is where the drill will be turned, and it will help to gather the ashes used to start a fire. Put a little bit of tinder to start things off.


Put the drill into the slot, and pull the bow back and forth. Kneel with one knee and apply the other foot on the board to hold it steady. Apply downward pressure with the flattest edge of the stone. Start drilling slowly at first, and then speed up, making sure you turn the drill as horizontally as possible (not vertically). This will create friction, and with friction, heat. When you start to see smoke, blow on the embers, and slowly add your collected tinder, adding bigger and bigger twigs, until the fire is to your liking.





Tips
To keep the cord firm, you might have to loop it around your finger(s) or adjust it by tying a tighter knot. Another way to keep it tight is to put another stick, (preferably thick, as this method can snap smaller sticks), in another loop, near the end. Twirl it around and around until you reach the desired tightness, and then 'lock' it against the bow. If it keeps slipping, then hold that end in your hand.
Keep the bow approximately 75 to 100 mm off the ground.
The notch and the drill end that goes into it should both be rough, not shiny and smooth. The roughness promotes friction.
Put a little sand in the notch for more friction. This is an old Native American trick that many settlers missed.
An alternative is to rapidly rub the drill across a goove in the fireplank. Make an quick exaggurated "pool que" motion (forwards and back, drill at an acute angle to the fireboard) in a long groove where your tinder is. This requires fewer materials and less skill than the drill method. It's also much easier when your hands are very cold and you lack coordination.



Warnings
When you're done with the fire, cover the ashes, and make sure it's out!



Things You'll Need
Tinder
Fire-board made from a soft wood (such as pine or basswood)
Drill made from a hard wood (such as maple or oak)
Bow made from a piece of "springy" wood (such as ash, hickory, osage or any "green" wood) for an emergency bow
Leather or rawhide lace (such as a work boot lace) or a string
Hand piece made from either a smooth, dimpled rock or a piece of hard wood

starry nights said...

Hey I just got to meet you from keshi's blog.still reading your posts,dont stop now. I like your honesty.you say it like you feel.

samuru999 said...

Rock on Saby!
I like you!

Margie

Jay said...

Saby my old friend,

Don’t quit blogging. Life in blogspot would not be the same without your creepy blog and comments, hehehehe.

To be frank, I enjoy your comments and your blog. In the real life, we have to work and faced many difficulties everyday. Blogging and knowing you guys are the way out for our problems. You made me smile when I am in a deep shit, seriously, I enjoy your company.

Hang on there, buddy!

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