Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Parting Shot

Dear Baby V,

After all the controversy surrounding the second test match, I'm surprised that this excerpt from the post match press conference has not been released.

Here it is, transcribed for your convenience.

Regards,

Puppy Manohar

"It's not the size of the dog in the fight; it's the size of the fight in the dog" - Anon




10 comments:

zbezbt said...

For he is a jolly good cheater, for he is a jolly good cheater

I say he is a Parttying Snot
Ponting Scrotch
Pointing to being
a slut

as for my name , it was the idiotic
word verification

Koko Kola "Dycardky" said...

Once in every 1667 words for verification
,a word turns out to be a true
word.

Alas but i have never been blessed with it. Authors and readers of this blog, i beg you to press Function + Print Screen, the very 1st or next time it happens to u in your life. Such moments are not to be wasted.

Its much like the moment in your life when you identify someone just by their footsteps. I have managed to do that all the time. But no one can identify me. Cause I walk on air.

The verification word i got this time sounds much like a Last name (Hebrew)... dycardky

So i shall go on a random blog commenting spree till i find my heaven.

Peace, Love and "God Bless to" all the homeless words of today.

Anonymous said...

Dear Sirs:

Kudos on your use of GIF animation. I hear this revolutionary technology will one day revolutionize the way we think about web pages.

I urge you to stay on the cutting edge and to maintain your out-of-the-box thinking. What will you think of next, I wonder? Perhaps even the marquee tag?!


Yours sincerely,

KSA

Baby Vaijayanti and Puppy Manohar said...

Respected KSA sir,

Thank you for your comments. We hold them in very high regard and hope that you continue to visit our humble blog.

As regards the "Marquee" tag, I would like to bring to your attention that this is very much against our Indian Culture. Moving words are a characteristic of Abrahamic Religions (refer Holy Bible, John Chapter 1, verse 14: "And the word was made flesh and dwelt among us"). As we learnt (sic) in 3rd or 4th standard, a characteristic of living things is that they are capable of locomotion. Also, dwelling in this context means "living", so it can be argued that Abrahamic Religions promote words that are not stationary.

We don't promote such things, however. Hence the marquee tag will not be used now, or at any time in the future, on this blog.

We hope that this does not cause you any distress.

Thank you once again for your kind comments.

Yours in Pwnage,

Manohar, Puppy

"On and on, on and on" - The loneliness of the long distance runner, Iron Maiden

Baby V said...

Br. Ahluwalia

Hope that answers your question brother.

regards
Baby V.
"Thoughts arrive like butterflies"- Pearl Jam

unpredictable said...

You forgot the TM on Indian Culture. Are you telling me you DONT own (not pwn, own) the term? Serious?

Puppy Manohar said...

Dear Ms. Tic, Unpredictable,

Alas, but hurrah.

Sincerely,

Manohar, Puppy

"Into the great wide open, a rebel without a clue" - Tom Petty

Outstanding Obanigwe said...

Henrik Ponting's concerns are noted.

From Kinshasa with love,
Senator Obanigwe

Gowri Krishnamurthy said...

I loooooooove your blog!

I stumbled upon it through some friend's friend's friend's gf's friend's bf's friend's watever connection... I don't know

Keep the Good work going and good luck to you.

- Gowri

unpredictable said...

Dearest BV and PM,

I have koshtin. Seemingly isstipid, but relevant.

What does "Alas but Hurrah" mean.

No, really!

Regards,
Unpred