Friday, February 16, 2007

Thank u Lord

i was envious of SUPERMAN
until he fell from his hoss
and i saw him in a wheel chair, paralyzed hip down

i tank u Lord for not making me rich enuff to own a hoss

I dont have much money
and i dont own a Merc as my fellow IIT-ians do

but i have 2 good legs and 2 good hands
and 2 good eyes to see the beauty in my lover's deep blue eyes
and her smile that lights up my world

i am not built like a hunk
but i gott lucky lips, and good opening lines

dat help me make friends
and then convert dem to lovers

and i seen my sister pee
she splashes all around and messes up the place

and i tank God for giving me a hose to direct my pee
and which i can use for other purposes too


the pic u see is me and beeg woman


heyy guys

its BUSH

move him with your mouse, if he gets stuck


Anonymous said...

saby u are unique in ur own ways and u rockz!

Anonymous said...

allakh niranjan.....AUM NAMAH SHIVAIYA


Jai Bhole Nath

bhole SABY ke dush prakoop se bhacho aur acche karm karo


May Lord Siva bless ALL.

happy shivratri:)

Anonymous said...

Let`s drink to the spirit of gallantry and courage that made a strange Heaven out of unbelievable Hell,

and let`s drink to the hope that one day this country of ours, which we love so much, will find dignity and greatness and peace again.

More quotes from Noel Coward
QuoteWorld 1 online

Anonymous said...

, I request all u guys and annony mouses too to join me in wishing beeeg wooman a beeg blast on her bday on 17 th of dis month

Beeg wooman is Corny
she used to stroll through IT Chat halls, not saying a word to no one,
until i cot her making out wid CYNO

i was J
so i tracked her everytime she appeared

until one day i cot her unawares
i gave a flying tackle
grabbed her by her neck and brought her down

she was taken aback
her skirt had risen to her hips
and u cud see blonde hair there

she wasnt wearing panties
and no bra too

in the tackle one boob was exposed
and i was hooked

the next time i saw her
she said Hi Saby

and i new now she was hott for the picking

we been chatting ever since

Anonymous said...

happy friday saby --

starry nights said...

Thank you lord for placing saby on this earth. You are just too funny.

Anonymous said...

In 1999, Goldman Sachs has predicted that India's GDP in current prices will overtake France and Italy by 2020, Germany, UK and Russia by 2025 and Japan by 2035. By 2035 it is expected to reach as 3rd largest economy of the world behind US and China[5]. Goldman Sachs has made these predictions based on India's expected growth rate of 5.3 to 6.1% in various periods,whereas India is registering more than 8% growth rate for the last 3 years.

Economics experts and various studies conducted across the globe envisage India and China to rule the world in the 21st century. For over a century the United States has been the largest economy in the world but major developments have taken place in the world economy since then, leading to the shift of focus from the US and the rich countries of Europe to the two Asian giants- India and China.

The rich countries of Europe have seen the greatest decline in global GDP share by 4.9 percentage points, followed by the US and Japan with a decline of about 1 percentage point each. Within Asia, the rising share of China and India has more than made up the declining global share of Japan since 1990. During the seventies and the eighties, ASEAN countries and during the eighties South Korea, along with China and India, contributed to the rising share of Asia in world GDP.

Anonymous said...


Extent of corruption in Indian states, as measured in a 2005 study by Transparency International India. (Darker regions are more corrupt)[66]Corruption has been one of the pervasive problems affecting India. It takes the form of bribes, evasion of tax and exchange controls, embezzlement, etc. The economic reforms of 1991 reduced the red tape, bureaucracy and the Licence Raj that had strangled private enterprise and was blamed for the corruption and inefficiencies.[67] Yet, a 2005 study by Transparency International (TI) India found that more than half of those surveyed had firsthand experience of paying bribe or peddling influence to get a job done in a public office.[66]

The chief economic consequences of corruption are the loss to the exchequer, an unhealthy climate for investment and an increase in the cost of government-subsidised services. The TI India study estimates the monetary value of petty corruption in 11 basic services provided by the government, like education, healthcare, judiciary, police, etc., to be around Rs.21,068 crores.[66] India still ranks in the bottom quartile of developing nations in terms of the ease of doing business, and compared to China, the average time taken to secure the clearances for a startup or to invoke bankruptcy is much greater.[26]

The Right to Information Act (2005) and equivalent acts in the states, that require government officials to furnish information requested by citizens or face punitive action, computerisation of services and various central and state government acts that established vigilance commissions have considerably reduced corruption or at least have opened up avenues to redress grievances.[66][68] The latest report by Transparency International puts India at 70th place and states that significant improvements was made by India in reducing corruption. [7] [8]

Anonymous said...

Why I fired my Secretary.
>Last week was my birthday
>and I didn't feel very well
>waking up on that morning.
>I went downstairs for breakfast
>hoping my wife would be pleasant and say, "Happy Birthday!", and
>possibly have a small present for me.
>As it turned out,
>she barely said good morning,
>let alone
>" Happy Birthday."
>I thought...
>that's marriage for you,
>but the kids....
>They will remember.
>My kids came bounding down stairs to breakfast and didn't say a word.
>So when I left for the office,
>I felt pretty low
>a nd somewhat despondent.
>As I walked into my office,
>my secretary Jane said,
>"Good Morning Boss,
>and by the way
>Happy Birthday ! "
>It fe lt a little better
>that at least someone had remembered.
>I worked

until one o'clock ,
>when Jane knocked on my door
>and said, "You know,
>It's such a beautiful day outside,
>and it is your Birthday,
>what do you say we go out to lunch,
>just you and me."
>I said, "Thanks, Jane,
>that's the greatest thing
>I've heard all day.
>Let's go !"
>We went to lunch.
>But we didn't go
>where we normally would go.
>She c hose instead a quiet bistro
>with a private table.
>We had two martinis each
>and I enjoyed the meal tremendously.
>On the way back to the office,
>Jane said, "You know,
>It's such a beautiful day...
>We don't need to go straight back to the office, Do We ?"
>I responded,
>"I guess not.
>What do you have in mind ?"
>She said,
>"Let's drop by my apartment,
>it's just around the corner."
>After arriving at her apartment,
>! Jane

turned to me and said,
>" Boss, if you don't mind,
>I'm going to step into the bedroom
>for just a moment.
>I'll be right back."
>"Ok." I nervously replied.
>She went into the bedroom and,
>after a couple of minutes,
>she came out
>carrying a huge birthday cake ...
>by my wife,
>my kids,
>and dozens of my friends
>and co-workers,
>all singing "Happy Birthday".
>And I just sat there...
>On the couch...

Anonymous said...

dat forward came from my parish padre
he is a great guy