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Humour - Me, Spouse, Her Dad And Stress In Pressure Cooker

Discussion in 'Snippets of Life (Non-Fiction)' started by Thyagarajan, May 20, 2018.

  1. Iravati

    Iravati Platinum IL'ite

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    Pet main hunger nachaaya
    dosa nahi aaya
    bharabhar nah paaya
    Toh idli khaaya
    idli bhi sahi nahi aaya
    khana baahar se mangwaya
    padosan ne poocha, kya laaya
    wahi upma semiya.

    That's all the smattering Hindi I know! Don't push me further, hereafter my paltry Hindi nosedives. Heh!
     
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  2. Thyagarajan

    Thyagarajan Finest Post Winner

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    :hello:I saw your jotting now at breakfast moment. Had a rib tickling laughter on empty stomach though. What a mouthwatering lullaby to put me to comfortable mood!
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    Thanks
    Regards.
    God bless.
     
  3. Adharv

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    :p:lol::lol::lol::roflmao:Enappa ninga :crybaby2::crybaby2: Etha panalum plan pani pananum (in actor vadivelu style :oops:)
    Beautiful narration sir :cheer::cheer: I could visualize the moments. Graceful!!

    Reading these kind of snippets make me think how someone enjoy every moment of their life. Please read to read your article. Thank you, Sir.
     
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    Thyagarajan Finest Post Winner

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    :hello:you are absolutely correct in making the above statement. If you think what humour could be in this situation or moment of action, you can always enjoy the moment. Of course there are certain exceptions like exam hall, surgery ward, mourning, bereavement etc al. Once I happened to be close to a very fragile old person with my spouse. While my spouse could hear his speaking in shrill voice bordering on whispering , i could only see his mouth opening often and closing. At one stage my spouse loudly told me that he was asking something for which i shoul reply. The man was sitting in an easy chair. I retorted to my spouse that the old man's words to be audible to me, i must sit on his lap.
    Here is the link for spouse rat and craft:

    Tight Schedule- Spouse, Rat & 'craft
    Regards.
     
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