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Re: Hi Guruvishwanath

Postby bunty » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 9:32 am

kingajit wrote:Hi Guruvishwanath,
Welcome to MBA, We would love to meet u at the next outing....If u want to play some badminton, join Me ,Bunty & Khozem.
Cheers
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Lage Raho!


yes more the merrier for badminton....

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Corporate - The movie

Postby bunty » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 9:37 am

Anyone seen "corporate" yet.. pls let me know feedback..
Page 3 from madhur bhandarkar was good.

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Bollywood hungama

Postby bunty » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 9:44 am

megha wrote:Bunty
U sure they advertised on telly 31 Aug, sistic website says the show is on 30th july.


Megha

my mistake. it is 30 july.

All
is anybody going for this .

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Re: Hi batli

Postby batliwala » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 9:45 am

khozism wrote:
batliwala wrote:
kingajit wrote:Hi Batliwala,
Welcome to the MBA, Wow! u been hindi pubbing a lot! aapse akele mein baat karni padegi :wink:
Do u still rollerblade?
kingAjit


I just started rollerblading about 4 weeks back. I usually go to ECP, Fort Road once or twice a week usually on Saturday/ Wednesday Evenings. Saturday's are more fun and colorful when you get to see girls blading in colorful bikinis LMAO. I somehow did not seem to enjoy it initially after having painful cramps in the legs. I have picked up the pace now and the pain thingy is reducing slowly over time. Clubbing was fun, but it was only for timepass, to kill my time and to overcome depression, and trying to loose weight. You can mail me the details at batliwala_lungikepeche@yahoo.com or araspai@hotmail.com

Regards,



hey batli ..... freakin email address man ............. i still cant stop laughing my a** out ...... lungi ke peche .......... hahahahahahahahahahahahahah
hahahahahahahahahahaha .......

bada hi dhasoo naam rakha hai email address ka .......... sahee ja rahe ho baapu ......


--khozem



Hey Khozism,

You made my day dude LMAO@U. Seeing you laugh your arse out, :mad: :mad: I laughed and remembered this GANPAT RAI joke..

GANPAT-RAI Bihari
warning : Bad language. Reco for ppl above 18

Due to the way our Hindi was pronounced by the British and the Anglo Indians too, here Goes:
POST for DRIVER.

GANPAT-RAI Bihari ,(who really needs a job) is being interviewed by British, Colonel Smith

Col Smith: Haan toh Gaand Fat rahai (Ganpat-Rai)!!
Bihari: Nahi sir, jyada nahi!!
Col. Smith: Kya 'jyada nahi' bolta hai, tumhara application me likha Hua hai Gand fat rahai.
Bihari : Theekh hai mai baap, likha hai to fat raha hoga.
Col. Smith: Tum Daily marata hai (tum delhi me rahta hai)??
Bihari : Nahi sir, kabhi kabhi!!
Col. Smith: Gand fatrahai, idhar aaoo, kya 'kabhi kabhi' bolta hai? Tumhara application mein likha hua hai ki tum Daily marata hai.
Bihari : Theek hai mai bap, likha hai to marata honga.
The Bihari was employed on one condition that he will do whatever Col.Smith's family asks him to do.
Col. Smith: Gand fatrahai!!
Ganpatrai : Ji maalik.
Col. Smith: Aaj tum ko 3 kaam karnee kaa haai
Ganpatrai : Hukum Sarkaar
Col. Smith: Tum pehla hamaari beti ko chodenga (drop her off)... baad mein hamaari biwi ko chodenga... aur uske baad mein hum ko chodenga.
Ganpatrai : Maaf karna Sarkaar, tumhari biwi aur beti to theek hai, lekin main aap ko nahi choddh sakta.
Col.Smith: Gand fatrahai! Tum ko hum ko chodnaa padhega.
Ganpatrai : Nahi sarkaar aisa zulum naa kare.
Col. Smith: Gand fatrahai, agar tum hum ko nahi chod sakta to hum tumko nokri se nikaal denga.
Ganpatrai : Theek hai sarkaar ....jo hukum.
After a few days there is no one except Col.Smith's wife at home. She is alone in her bedroom.
While wearing her bra she is unable to Tie the knot behind. So......

Wife: Gand fatrahai, idhar aaoo?
Ganpatrai : Ji Maalkin.
Wife: Gand fatrahai, hammara peeche se gaand maaro (gaanth maro-tie the bra knot).
Ganpatrai : Yeh kya keh rahi hai Maalkin??
Wife: Gand fatrahai, jaldi se gaand maaro hum ko late hota hai.
Ganpatrai : Nahi Nahi Maalkin. Agar maine aisa kiya to hum ko sarkar kacha kha jayenge.
Wife: Gand fatrahai, agar tumne jaldi se hamari gaand nahi maari to hum tumko kacha kha jaayengi.
Ganpatrai : Theek hai maalkin. Jo hukum.
Ganpatrai who has been frustrated by these Brits for a long time starts like a bull. Panic stricken the wife tries to turn and shouts:
Wife : GAND FATRAHAI, GAND FATRAHAI, GAND FATRAHAI!!!
Ganpatrai : Memsaab...Gaand maarega to Gaand to phatega
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Postby freakydove » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 9:59 am

Harlow everyone,

it was great meeting you all on Sunday! :D
Thank You Ajit for organising the gathering.

Hope to catch up with all of u again sometime

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Re: pics

Postby batliwala » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 10:00 am

kingajit wrote:Dear MBA's
I have emailed the pictures to all those people who have pm me their email address. If u have not recieved the pics or u would love to see the pics.....please PM me your email address & i will keep you in the loop.
For some strange reason I cannot cut copy paste the pics link to the PM or Post Reply.
Thanks
Cheers!
Enjoy the Pics!
KingAjit
Lage Raho!



Lol... let me see what kinda fun you guys had over the last meetup. Dear Ajit send me the photos dude.

rgds,
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Re: Hi batli

Postby khozism » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 10:58 am

batliwala wrote:
khozism wrote:
batliwala wrote:
kingajit wrote:Hi Batliwala,
Welcome to the MBA, Wow! u been hindi pubbing a lot! aapse akele mein baat karni padegi :wink:
Do u still rollerblade?
kingAjit


I just started rollerblading about 4 weeks back. I usually go to ECP, Fort Road once or twice a week usually on Saturday/ Wednesday Evenings. Saturday's are more fun and colorful when you get to see girls blading in colorful bikinis LMAO. I somehow did not seem to enjoy it initially after having painful cramps in the legs. I have picked up the pace now and the pain thingy is reducing slowly over time. Clubbing was fun, but it was only for timepass, to kill my time and to overcome depression, and trying to loose weight. You can mail me the details at batliwala_lungikepeche@yahoo.com or araspai@hotmail.com

Regards,



hey batli ..... freakin email address man ............. i still cant stop laughing my a** out ...... lungi ke peche .......... hahahahahahahahahahahahahah
hahahahahahahahahahaha .......

bada hi dhasoo naam rakha hai email address ka .......... sahee ja rahe ho baapu ......


--khozem



Hey Khozism,

You made my day dude LMAO@U. Seeing you laugh your arse out, :mad: :mad: I laughed and remembered this GANPAT RAI joke..

GANPAT-RAI Bihari
warning : Bad language. Reco for ppl above 18

Due to the way our Hindi was pronounced by the British and the Anglo Indians too, here Goes:
POST for DRIVER.

GANPAT-RAI Bihari ,(who really needs a job) is being interviewed by British, Colonel Smith

Col Smith: Haan toh Gaand Fat rahai (Ganpat-Rai)!!
Bihari: Nahi sir, jyada nahi!!
Col. Smith: Kya 'jyada nahi' bolta hai, tumhara application me likha Hua hai Gand fat rahai.
Bihari : Theekh hai mai baap, likha hai to fat raha hoga.
Col. Smith: Tum Daily marata hai (tum delhi me rahta hai)??
Bihari : Nahi sir, kabhi kabhi!!
Col. Smith: Gand fatrahai, idhar aaoo, kya 'kabhi kabhi' bolta hai? Tumhara application mein likha hua hai ki tum Daily marata hai.
Bihari : Theek hai mai bap, likha hai to marata honga.
The Bihari was employed on one condition that he will do whatever Col.Smith's family asks him to do.
Col. Smith: Gand fatrahai!!
Ganpatrai : Ji maalik.
Col. Smith: Aaj tum ko 3 kaam karnee kaa haai
Ganpatrai : Hukum Sarkaar
Col. Smith: Tum pehla hamaari beti ko chodenga (drop her off)... baad mein hamaari biwi ko chodenga... aur uske baad mein hum ko chodenga.
Ganpatrai : Maaf karna Sarkaar, tumhari biwi aur beti to theek hai, lekin main aap ko nahi choddh sakta.
Col.Smith: Gand fatrahai! Tum ko hum ko chodnaa padhega.
Ganpatrai : Nahi sarkaar aisa zulum naa kare.
Col. Smith: Gand fatrahai, agar tum hum ko nahi chod sakta to hum tumko nokri se nikaal denga.
Ganpatrai : Theek hai sarkaar ....jo hukum.
After a few days there is no one except Col.Smith's wife at home. She is alone in her bedroom.
While wearing her bra she is unable to Tie the knot behind. So......

Wife: Gand fatrahai, idhar aaoo?
Ganpatrai : Ji Maalkin.
Wife: Gand fatrahai, hammara peeche se gaand maaro (gaanth maro-tie the bra knot).
Ganpatrai : Yeh kya keh rahi hai Maalkin??
Wife: Gand fatrahai, jaldi se gaand maaro hum ko late hota hai.
Ganpatrai : Nahi Nahi Maalkin. Agar maine aisa kiya to hum ko sarkar kacha kha jayenge.
Wife: Gand fatrahai, agar tumne jaldi se hamari gaand nahi maari to hum tumko kacha kha jaayengi.
Ganpatrai : Theek hai maalkin. Jo hukum.
Ganpatrai who has been frustrated by these Brits for a long time starts like a bull. Panic stricken the wife tries to turn and shouts:
Wife : GAND FATRAHAI, GAND FATRAHAI, GAND FATRAHAI!!!
Ganpatrai : Memsaab...Gaand maarega to Gaand to phatega



batli mazaa aa gaya boss ....

hahahahahahahaha .... hahahahahahaha ... hahahahahahaha ... what a joke man ..... boss come what may ... you are coming when we all gather next ... of course tell me such jokes discreetly :-)

I guess you too can speak bombay tapori hindi ... will be fun to meet you .... ohhh yes, we will be meeting for the badminton also ... will keep myself free on the next saturday ...

--Khozem.
Cheers !!!
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Re: Hi batli

Postby batliwala » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 11:12 am

khozism wrote:batli mazaa aa gaya boss ....

hahahahahahahaha .... hahahahahahaha ... hahahahahahaha ... what a joke man ..... boss come what may ... you are coming when we all gather next ... of course tell me such jokes discreetly :-)

I guess you too can speak bombay tapori hindi ... will be fun to meet you .... ohhh yes, we will be meeting for the badminton also ... will keep myself free on the next saturday ...

--Khozem.


No I don't know to speak ("Amchi Mumbai -The most happening place in India" ) tapori Hindi. Yeah will be fun to meet you too.... catch you playing badminton this weekend. Yeah definitely looking forward to the next gathering.

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Re: Hi batli

Postby khozism » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 11:20 am

batliwala wrote:
khozism wrote:batli mazaa aa gaya boss ....

hahahahahahahaha .... hahahahahahaha ... hahahahahahaha ... what a joke man ..... boss come what may ... you are coming when we all gather next ... of course tell me such jokes discreetly :-)

I guess you too can speak bombay tapori hindi ... will be fun to meet you .... ohhh yes, we will be meeting for the badminton also ... will keep myself free on the next saturday ...

--Khozem.


No I don't know to speak ("Amchi Mumbai -The most happening place in India" ) tapori Hindi. Yeah will be fun to meet you too.... catch you playing badminton this weekend. Yeah definitely looking forward to the next gathering.

Batli



yeah, you are right ... bombay is the among the most happening places in india ... but off late it has also become the most happening place for these fu****g terrorists ......

damn, these extremists guys should be hanged by their d*** ......


gurls, sorry for the foul language used ....


--Khozem
Cheers !!!

khozism

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Re: Hi batli

Postby batliwala » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 11:37 am

khozism wrote:
yeah, you are right ... bombay is the among the most happening places in india ... but off late it has also become the most happening place for these fu****g terrorists ......

damn, these extremists guys should be hanged by their d*** ......


gurls, sorry for the foul language used ....


--Khozem



kya bindaas way kiya re bidu... to Hang the Terrorist by d*** ( automatic hanging machine)
ek dum jhakaas...
ek dum fundoo...
bole to first class...
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[b]MumbHai Lingo..... [/b]

Postby batliwala » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 11:40 am

MumbHai Lingo.....

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Celebrating the Mumbai Festival with some Mumbai eStyle Mails....

The language of Mumbai is an altogether different lingo ... wonder
why?

Bus kya :
The meaning of it is that com'on don't take me for granted.

Apun :
It's actual meaning is WE but in Bhindi it means I or me...

Chava / Chavi :
Actual meaning of a chava is a lion's cub. However, in Bambaiya hindi
(Bhindi) it would mean a Boyfriend/GirlFriend (normally the one
that's
going
steady). Chava, is also used to describe to a good looking chap or
the
normal stud in the locality. No, Chavi would still mean the steady
one.

Chikna / Chikni :
Stands for any good looking fellow. Chikna actually means smooth.

Dhapnya / Battery / double battery :
Refers to a person wearing prescription glasses. Dhapnya is a
marathi
word.
The Ghati way of saying this would be "bya-tree".

Chaayla :
The original meaning is quiet demeaning. The contemporary meaning is
so
flexible that "Chaayla" can be used anywhere in a casual
conversation.
Agmatically speaking this word doesnt have any meaning.

Haila :
This originated from "Hai Allah " But I don't think 99% of the users
know
about this.
Haila would translate to "Oh God"

Keeda /SulemaniKeeda / RehmaniKeeda :
An absolute pest.

Paka :
Its means don't eat my head or leave me alone.
Actually pakana in hindi is to cook.

Jhakaas :
Superb. Excellent.

Mandvali / Mandavli :
Compromise /Negotiation or truce

Gangaram :
For a barber. Gangaram is a guy's name. I guess some Gangaram must
have
played an immortal role in some play or movie for his name to stick
on.

Dhakkan :
Dhakkan in its true sense would mean a cover. Here it refers to
anyone
with
a moronic intellect or an Idiot.

Dhating:
The word Dhating also refers to drama.

Atrang :
One meaning of this word is similar to Hajaam.
Atrangi also mean something strange or extraordinary.

Funter / Tapori :
Roadside loafer. Tapori is among the most commonly used words in
Bhindi.

Shana :
Literal meaning in marathi means wise..but mostly used in sarcastic
way.

Dhid shana :
The word dhid means 1 and half times the original one.
That means 1 and half times shana.

ChappanTikkli :
Actual meaning 56 spots : this is not used now-a-days.
but in Bhindi it means one with lots of pimples / marks on his/her
face.

Dum :
Actual meaning is cigarette with marijuana for kick.
but nowdays commonly used to refer ordinary cigarette.. or even scold
someone.

Hul [Hool] :
hul means to scold but not quite literally ..

Bevda / Gutter / Taankee / Batli / JohnnyWalker :
A Drunk. Johnny Walker comes from either the actor by the name or the
whiskey brand. Daru and gutter are very closely linked for reasons
beacause
cheap beer is made from gutter water or so goes some old saying.
Bevda
is
often used to describe the drink as well as the totally drunk

Charsi / Fookya / Soootya :
A smoker. Charas is exactly marijuana. Charasi would mean any guy
who
smokes
though.

Rappak [ Rappppppppak ] :
Means Slap.

Tapri :
A road side shop.

Chotay / Ramu :
For any kid working in a Tapri.

Mava / (120 - 300) [ EkSauBees-TeenSau ] :
This is a prototype of paan you get here. 120 and 300 are the
flavors
of
tabacco. Mava is everything that paan has without the betel-leaf.
Terms
also
refer to the person who consumes it.

Dhakta :
Actual meaning is younger. in this case it is small paan packet.

Dhoop Chaav :
Means Sun and Shade. Refers to the shops owned by the road side
barbers
who
just have a rag for the Chaav and is obviously hole-ridden to let
the
Dhoop
come in.

Chinese Gaadi :
No this is not a Chinese make of anautomobile, Its the "Tapri"
selling
chinese food on the side of the road. You find one after every 10
meters.
The best part is that all these Chinese Gaadis are red in color,
with
the
picture of a dragon or a chinese man and have names like "Red Sun",
"Red
Dragon", "Fong's", "Ching" "Sung-Ming"or "Chow" or anything that
sounds
even
vaguely Chinese. The cook is normally a Nepali working as a night
watchman
in some nearby apartment complex. The only criteria to get a chef's
job at
a Chinese Gaadi is to have slanted eyes.

Mahim - Matunga / Vasai - Virar :
This is a term used for squints.

Ghungroo Salmaan :
This term is very new but catching on fast. Ghungroo refers to a
curly
haired guy. Salmaan (Khan) comes in the picture
since the "Ghunroo Salmaan" fellow is obviously mistaking Himself
to
be a
Hindi film hero. It's used as a put-down.

Cutting :
A little_more_than_half cup of Tea is a cutting. The Cutting concept
would
have been started by people who used to split
a cup of tea between 2 people... and finally the tea vendor started
selling
half cup of tea and called it "cutting". A little_more_than_half is
given
to increase the patrons.

AndhaDhuni / Aadva-Patta :
These are a cricketing terms. AadvaPatta comes from Pune,
means "Cross
batted shot". AndhaDhuni means "Blind
shot".But nowadays these refer to any guy who doesn't bat well.

Mama / Maushi :
Mama and Maushi translate to the maternal uncle and aunt. These
words
are
thoroughly misused to get some work done.
Normally used while speaking Marathi. Every other Marathi speaking
street
vendor would be a Mama or a Maushi. (to increase the stakes while
bargaining)

Dada / Tai :
Translate to elder brother or sister.

Uncle / Antie :
This is used for the more sophisticated public. Normally with the
Marathi
ignorant.

Ghaati :
Ghaatis are the residents of the rural regions of Maharashtra. It's
usage is
quiet demeaning..... and thus heard more frequently.

Gujju / Marwadi :
The money men of Mumbai. These guys are easily spotted on the road -

either
in colorful shirts, embroidered trousers, against the mirror of a
parked
vehicle combing their hair, or doing something equally funny. These
guys are
the second largest community in Bombay after the Marathi-speaking
people.

Madrasi :
Madras is a place in the southern part of India. Madrasi refers to
any
guy
from a place to the south of Maharashtra.
Doesn't matter where he is from. Bangalore, Goa, Anywhere....And the
best
part of being a Madrasi is that you are supposed to eat idli sambar
forbreakfast, lunch, and dinner. And rasam-chaval is supposed to be
the
favourite dish.

Gulti :
This is a fairly new term. Used for people from Andhra Pradesh.I
don't
have
a clue about its origin or actual meaning.

Bhaiya / Pandit :
Any guy from UP / Bihar / MP / Delhi / Northern states is called a
Bhaiya.
Pandit is also used interchangeably but is mostly used for the guys
at
the
Lassi/Doodh shops or for Panwallas.

Paapay / Papajee :
A Sikh. Dont know what a paapay means.
Actually its not insulting or anything like that.

Pavwalla :
The Christians. I guess this started because of the fact that they
eat
bread instead of chapatis.

Another very common used bhindi word is abey or abe ! This is often
used in
combination with other words like abe saale, abe halkat (females
tend
to use
this more often), abe dhapnike, abe battrey, etc.

And last but not the least is Saala : Literal meaning wife's
brother....but
in Mumbai it is used in every context whether good or bad...when
friends
meet and greet then it is "kya saala kaisa hai....." when angry "abey
saale....phoot na"...

in fact this is the most common used word in mumbai.... and can be
used
when you are happy / sad
/depressed / angry / shy / vulgar / teasing / and when there is
nothing
else
to say then use a saala....


Khamba - Liquor bottle
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Postby sapphire » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 11:45 am

LOL, you guys are making me homesick!!

My fave are dhakkan, dhapnya and shaana. :lol:

So, is KLPD, a Delhi term? Or known in other parts of India as well? I know it's not so commonly used in the South.
It's not getting any smarter out there. You have to come to terms with stupidity, and make it work for you.

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Hi

Postby thursdayblitzkreig » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 11:46 am

Batli Baap....sahi jaa rahe ho beta.

so how was the bollywood dance meetup at parag's place?

cheers

Kora

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hey

Postby thursdayblitzkreig » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 11:51 am

Sapphire biddu KLPD pata hai toh KCPD bhi pata hoga......neways did u go for tat dance meet at parag's place?

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Postby sapphire » Tue, 25 Jul 2006 11:56 am

Nahi re, KCPD nahin pata. But, I do know what BOAC means. :)

Unfortunately, didn't go to Parag's. Might show up tomorrow.
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