25.6.07

Nibulithic Age English!

Like all those who've known me for a while say; I don't really need a reason to laugh my heart out. But of late, it's different. Thanks to Nibu. My collegue, senior and a great friend!

While on one hand I get to learn loads from this guy his unusually distinct sense of humour can get me rolling on the floor. He has a unique way of converting even a normal, everyday usage into something witty. Here's a sample:
"How many times are there?" - What's the time?
"How many rupees are there in this biriyani?" -How much does
this biriyani cost?
This one's my favourite:
"Thankyou vaari kori much" -Thankyou very much!
And people say I laugh with no reason?
*Vaari kori in malayalam means, heaps and loads*


4 comments:

Vivek said...

Wow.. that was good....
Hope u wont mind if I add certain of our college days..
It were all quoted by our friend one and only Sajeev...
He had a partyicular style...
He woul first do it in his own invented English followed by its translation or whatever he meant for...
Here are some of the best ones....
"You class climbing??? --- Classil kerrunundo???"
"That bus is busy.... Aaa busil thirrakku aanu"
"Tell me Dileep!!... Dileep aanu ennodu paranjathu!!"

Hope u would like it...

Saritha Rajagopal said...

Hahah!

Wow Vivek etta!! That was awesome! I truly admire people with such a unique sense of humour. It's so much fun having them around you right? Makes you forget all your worries and laugh your heart out like a kid! :)

Really cool!

Umesh said...

Vivek did u forget

No Time... Samayam Aayittilla

Yvette said...

Good post.