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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #80 on: August 28, 2008, 06:54:24 PM »

waise to ..nothing is safe for family viewing............my mrs gears up her irritation-level as soon as i sit with my laptop! :)

Eggjactly. And not for the reasons hinted by the old perverted mod here  ;D
From the wife's view cricket is the worst - there is watching, reading, surfing, posting, looking up stats ...
;D ;D
You forgot debating, specially with mega-rathis like kban, you, inoc .. where one-line responses are not acceptable .. one has to think through the nuances and delve into expositions ;D ;D
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Seriously, my wife wants to meet the founder of the site and "kill" him ;D

just kidding, dex ;D
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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #81 on: August 28, 2008, 06:59:35 PM »

Seriously, my wife wants to meet the founder of the site and "kill" him ;D

Okay time to write a few lines in praise of bhabhi-ji's murgh masallam.  ;D

We made it for guests some months ago -- and it was a very big hit. I did "customize" it to Bengali tastes with some little changes that I no longer remember  :-[ The guests wanted to know the recipe and I loaded the CV page. Needless to say they were surprised.

I hope this calms her down  ;D and makes Dex happy as well.
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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #82 on: August 28, 2008, 07:05:15 PM »

Seriously, my wife wants to meet the founder of the site and "kill" him ;D

Okay time to write a few lines in praise of bhabhi-ji's murgh masallam.  ;D

We made it for guests some months ago -- and it was a very big hit. I did "customize" it to Bengali tastes with some little changes that I no longer remember  :-[ The guests wanted to know the recipe and I loaded the CV page. Needless to say they were surprised.

I hope this calms her down  ;D and makes Dex happy as well.

Thanks prfsr.. I will inform her.

It is posts like this that make my existence here easier ;D
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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #83 on: August 28, 2008, 07:09:16 PM »

waise to ..nothing is safe for family viewing............my mrs gears up her irritation-level as soon as i sit with my laptop! :)

Eggjactly. And not for the reasons hinted by the old perverted mod here  ;D
From the wife's view cricket is the worst - there is watching, reading, surfing, posting, looking up stats ...
;D ;D
You forgot debating, specially with mega-rathis like kban, you, inoc .. where one-line responses are not acceptable .. one has to think through the nuances and delve into expositions ;D ;D
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Seriously, my wife wants to meet the founder of the site and "kill" him ;D

just kidding, dex ;D


my wife wants to know...who all are the confounded moderators...........I try to act innocent( comes with some difficulty)....my name cannot be guessed from here....but my daughter's photo is a give-away.............but luckily my wife haven't yet noticed in such details. :D
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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #84 on: August 28, 2008, 07:21:08 PM »

waise to ..nothing is safe for family viewing............my mrs gears up her irritation-level as soon as i sit with my laptop! :)

Eggjactly. And not for the reasons hinted by the old perverted mod here  ;D
From the wife's view cricket is the worst - there is watching, reading, surfing, posting, looking up stats ...
;D ;D
You forgot debating, specially with mega-rathis like kban, you, inoc .. where one-line responses are not acceptable .. one has to think through the nuances and delve into expositions ;D ;D
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Seriously, my wife wants to meet the founder of the site and "kill" him ;D

just kidding, dex ;D

first the chaku will go in the murgh mussalum, then into the CV server...
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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #85 on: August 29, 2008, 04:11:57 AM »

Life is a fine balance for many of us..........ek taraf biwi to aur ek taraf CV! ::cheers::  :evil4:

With the amount of time spent here...hope we don't have to make a CV to look for a new biwi  :P
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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #86 on: August 29, 2008, 04:23:38 AM »

Life is a fine balance for many of us..........ek taraf biwi to aur ek taraf CV! ::cheers::  :evil4:

With the amount of time spent here...hope we don't have to make a CV to look for a new biwi  :P
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CV se biwi kab milne lagi ;D
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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #87 on: August 29, 2008, 04:24:27 AM »

BTW, why this monicker change?
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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #88 on: August 29, 2008, 04:25:36 AM »

Life is a fine balance for many of us..........ek taraf biwi to aur ek taraf CV! ::cheers::  :evil4:

With the amount of time spent here...hope we don't have to make a CV to look for a new biwi  :P


why have you turned into a "Libran"?

here's an idea - why don't you all get your wives to participate here? that should certainly keep the ogling levels under check and also make this place a lot saner.  [god]


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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #89 on: August 29, 2008, 04:27:56 AM »


if some one says "no chappell fans please" on the CV, wd he/she be a racist?
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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #90 on: August 29, 2008, 04:55:38 AM »

Change is the only constant ... 1010... is more representative of a core Libran  :icon_scratch:

Not many get to have John Lennon and Amitabh for company :)

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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #91 on: August 29, 2008, 05:00:35 AM »

Life is a fine balance for many of us..........ek taraf biwi to aur ek taraf CV! ::cheers::  :evil4:

With the amount of time spent here...hope we don't have to make a CV to look for a new biwi  :P


why have you turned into a "Libran"?

here's an idea - why don't you all get your wives to participate here? that should certainly keep the ogling levels under check and also make this place a lot saner.  [god]




My wife definitely is by my side when I am ocassionally on the DG during weekends... and more often than not, the laptop gets taken away ( I want to check some official mails, if you don't mind ...the only line used)  :o
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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #92 on: August 29, 2008, 05:44:06 AM »

Life is a fine balance for many of us..........ek taraf biwi to aur ek taraf CV! ::cheers::  :evil4:

With the amount of time spent here...hope we don't have to make a CV to look for a new biwi  :P


why have you turned into a "Libran"?

here's an idea - why don't you all get your wives to participate here? that should certainly keep the ogling levels under check and also make this place a lot saner.  [god]
Pip: do you really think having wives participate here would keep the ogling levels in check? I do not think so.. most of the stuff here is playful and harmless .. it may appear juvenile and crass (to some with specific sensitivities) at times but not all adult humor is "mature". My humble opinion.
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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #93 on: August 29, 2008, 06:03:44 AM »

Pip: do you really think having wives participate here would keep the ogling levels in check? I do not think so.. most of the stuff here is playful and harmless .. it may appear juvenile and crass (to some with specific sensitivities) at times but not all adult humor is "mature". My humble opinion.


i can hope, can't i?  ;D 

i know that the humour here is harmless but i still find some of it tasteless. anyway, ignore me - i am a minority and rather "uncool".

having the wives over will make the DG more interesting - more members, more opinions, maybe more non-cricket topics?
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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #94 on: August 29, 2008, 06:09:03 AM »

Pip: do you really think having wives participate here would keep the ogling levels in check? I do not think so.. most of the stuff here is playful and harmless .. it may appear juvenile and crass (to some with specific sensitivities) at times but not all adult humor is "mature". My humble opinion.


i can hope, can't i?  ;D 

i know that the humour here is harmless but i still find some of it tasteless. anyway, ignore me - i am a minority and rather "uncool"

I do not think this has anything to do with "cool"ness or lack of it.

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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #95 on: August 29, 2008, 06:23:38 AM »

Pip: do you really think having wives participate here would keep the ogling levels in check? I do not think so.. most of the stuff here is playful and harmless .. it may appear juvenile and crass (to some with specific sensitivities) at times but not all adult humor is "mature". My humble opinion.


i can hope, can't i?  ;D 

i know that the humour here is harmless but i still find some of it tasteless. anyway, ignore me - i am a minority and rather "uncool"

I do not think this has anything to do with "cool"ness or lack of it.

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having the wives over will make the DG more interesting - more members, more opinions, maybe more non-cricket topics?
Totally agree


if wives join in...there will be some fall-out both within and without the DG............... they may demand an immediate over-haul of the DG mod/admin set-up...............the normal house-hold life may come to a stand-still.....................children will go on an over-drive with complains of neglect unless, they too decide to join the DG....................AND THEN THERE WILL BE FURTHER CHAOS. ::cheers::
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« Reply #96 on: August 29, 2008, 06:35:44 AM »

Pip: do you really think having wives participate here would keep the ogling levels in check? I do not think so.. most of the stuff here is playful and harmless .. it may appear juvenile and crass (to some with specific sensitivities) at times but not all adult humor is "mature". My humble opinion.


i can hope, can't i?  ;D 

i know that the humour here is harmless but i still find some of it tasteless. anyway, ignore me - i am a minority and rather "uncool"

I do not think this has anything to do with "cool"ness or lack of it.

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having the wives over will make the DG more interesting - more members, more opinions, maybe more non-cricket topics?
Totally agree


if wives join in...there will be some fall-out both within and without the DG............... they may demand an immediate over-haul of the DG mod/admin set-up...............the normal house-hold life may come to a stand-still.....................children will go on an over-drive with complains of neglect unless, they too decide to join the DG....................AND THEN THERE WILL BE FURTHER CHAOS. ::cheers::

note to self - send mrs.blwe an email.
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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #97 on: August 29, 2008, 06:37:44 AM »

Pip: do you really think having wives participate here would keep the ogling levels in check? I do not think so.. most of the stuff here is playful and harmless .. it may appear juvenile and crass (to some with specific sensitivities) at times but not all adult humor is "mature". My humble opinion.


i can hope, can't i?  ;D 

i know that the humour here is harmless but i still find some of it tasteless. anyway, ignore me - i am a minority and rather "uncool"

I do not think this has anything to do with "cool"ness or lack of it.

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having the wives over will make the DG more interesting - more members, more opinions, maybe more non-cricket topics?
Totally agree


if wives join in...there will be some fall-out both within and without the DG............... they may demand an immediate over-haul of the DG mod/admin set-up...............the normal house-hold life may come to a stand-still.....................children will go on an over-drive with complains of neglect unless, they too decide to join the DG....................AND THEN THERE WILL BE FURTHER CHAOS. ::cheers::

note to self - send mrs.blwe an email.


Blwe just blew it by giving away some closely guarded secrets  ;D
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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #98 on: August 29, 2008, 07:15:06 AM »

Seriously, my wife wants to meet the founder of the site and "kill" him ;D

Okay time to write a few lines in praise of bhabhi-ji's murgh masallam.  ;D

We made it for guests some months ago -- and it was a very big hit. I did "customize" it to Bengali tastes with some little changes that I no longer remember  :-[ The guests wanted to know the recipe and I loaded the CV page. Needless to say they were surprised.

I hope this calms her down  ;D and makes Dex happy as well.


i have made it thrice and it gets better each time!!!!!!

wn's better half  :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy:
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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #99 on: August 29, 2008, 07:23:45 AM »

could some kind soul direct me to this recipe on the DG? i am scared of the Etc. labyrinth.

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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #100 on: August 29, 2008, 07:43:04 AM »

could some kind soul direct me to this recipe on the DG? i am scared of the Etc. labyrinth.



I thought you were a vegetarian  :-\
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« Reply #101 on: August 29, 2008, 07:44:39 AM »

could some kind soul direct me to this recipe on the DG? i am scared of the Etc. labyrinth.



I thought you were a vegetarian  :-\

i am and am seriously considering trying the "vegan" way for a few months.
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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #102 on: August 29, 2008, 07:49:17 AM »

could some kind soul direct me to this recipe on the DG? i am scared of the Etc. labyrinth.



I thought you were a vegetarian  :-\

i am and am seriously considering trying the "vegan" way for a few months.


what a self-contradictory statement!
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« Reply #103 on: August 29, 2008, 07:50:09 AM »

could some kind soul direct me to this recipe on the DG? i am scared of the Etc. labyrinth.



I thought you were a vegetarian  :-\

i am and am seriously considering trying the "vegan" way for a few months.


what a self-contradictory statement!

 ???  ???
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« Reply #104 on: August 29, 2008, 07:54:50 AM »

could some kind soul direct me to this recipe on the DG? i am scared of the Etc. labyrinth.



I thought you were a vegetarian  :-\

i am and am seriously considering trying the "vegan" way for a few months.


what a self-contradictory statement!

 ???  ???


first u said....yes, u are a vegan...............and then u follow up saying that u are seriously considering trying the vegan life-style for a few months..........which means, you are not a vegan as of now. :)
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« Reply #105 on: August 29, 2008, 07:57:07 AM »

could some kind soul direct me to this recipe on the DG? i am scared of the Etc. labyrinth.



I thought you were a vegetarian  :-\

i am and am seriously considering trying the "vegan" way for a few months.


what a self-contradictory statement!

 ???  ???


first u said....yes, u are a vegan...............and then u follow up saying that u are seriously considering trying the vegan life-style for a few months..........which means, you are not a vegan as of now. :)

i said i am a vegetarian(i consume dairy products and eggs but no fish/meat) and am considering turning a vegan(no dairy, no eggs as well). it's very hard to give up milk :(

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« Reply #106 on: August 29, 2008, 08:38:02 AM »

could some kind soul direct me to this recipe on the DG? i am scared of the Etc. labyrinth.



I thought you were a vegetarian  :-\

i am and am seriously considering trying the "vegan" way for a few months.


what a self-contradictory statement!

 ???  ???


first u said....yes, u are a vegan...............and then u follow up saying that u are seriously considering trying the vegan life-style for a few months..........which means, you are not a vegan as of now. :)

i said i am a vegetarian(i consume dairy products and eggs but no fish/meat) and am considering turning a vegan(no dairy, no eggs as well). it's very hard to give up milk :(



why would people do such a thing  ;D
who in the world is bothered about long term benefits!

im on a diet currently - lost 2.4 kgs in the last 3 days. nothing like instant gratification  :wave:
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« Reply #107 on: August 29, 2008, 08:44:19 AM »


why would people do such a thing  ;D
who in the world is bothered about long term benefits!

im on a diet currently - lost 2.4 kgs in the last 3 days. nothing like instant gratification  :wave:

just as a test of self-discipline and whether i can overcome cravings. i don't buy the "genes control cravings and so i can't help be fat" theory.

wow - 2.4 kgs in 3 days? unbelievable - what kind of diet is this! tell me pronto!


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« Reply #108 on: August 29, 2008, 09:02:58 AM »


why would people do such a thing  ;D
who in the world is bothered about long term benefits!

im on a diet currently - lost 2.4 kgs in the last 3 days. nothing like instant gratification  :wave:

just as a test of self-discipline and whether i can overcome cravings. i don't buy the "genes control cravings and so i can't help be fat" theory.

wow - 2.4 kgs in 3 days? unbelievable - what kind of diet is this! tell me pronto!




probably a very unhealthy GM diet aka the cabbage soup diet - though i am going easy on the cabbage soup (you can have unlimited amts of it as it is calorie negative - ive only had 4 bowls in 3 days - yucky).

only supposed to do it for 1 week.

http://www.cabbage-soup-diet.com/eating-plan.html

http://www.iimahd.ernet.in/~jajoo/gmdiet.html

a lot of people seem to be doing it around here and it seems to be working - and i went to india for a week and put on a good 3 kilos.

if you dont regulate after the 1 week diet you'll probably put it back on but im using it as a kickstart to a different regime.

here's a veggie option:

http://earn4blog.com/forum/others/g-m-diet

tips:

day 1 is supposed to be ONLY fruits except bananas. if you eat only watermelon and canteloupes you lose more. i lost 1.3kgs on the first day. drink your soup too.

day 2 is veggies only - no oil, saute, frying etc. i had a salad with a little lemon, vinegar and some spices, then padvalkai later. and soup (yuck!)

day 3 is veggies and fruit - i had a fruit chaat (apple, pear, pineapple, grape w chaat masala, pepper, touch of lemon), then some cauliflower. had half a serving of soup then ditched it. yuck. had fruit chaat again later at night.

currently on day 4 - only bananas (up to 8) and 3 glasses skimmed milk.

day 5 and 6 is beef - yippeee!!!!!!


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i think this has been a heck of a test of restraint and discipline - i mean, we had our company launch and there were 2 big cakes in the office and our ceo made me cut the delicious moist looking chocolate cake with chocolate filling and chocolate covering.

and all you do is think about food  ;D ;D ;D

terrible.

the emotional part of dieting is hilarious - you feel cheated and sulk and like the world is conspiring
then last day is brown rice n veggies.

also drinking lots and lots of water - especially water with a twist of lime.

cant wait for tomorrow - beef!!!

apparently this thing detoxifies your system quite well...dunno the extent of truth of that
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« Reply #109 on: August 29, 2008, 09:12:46 AM »

oh, thanks, DD. cabbage-soup-diet, here i come!  never heard of this and i *must* try it out.

i start from tomorrow!  ;D
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« Reply #110 on: August 29, 2008, 09:21:44 AM »


why would people do such a thing  ;D
who in the world is bothered about long term benefits!

im on a diet currently - lost 2.4 kgs in the last 3 days. nothing like instant gratification  :wave:

just as a test of self-discipline and whether i can overcome cravings. i don't buy the "genes control cravings and so i can't help be fat" theory.

wow - 2.4 kgs in 3 days? unbelievable - what kind of diet is this! tell me pronto!




This diet probably also makes the eyes go wobbly ... 2.4 kgs in 3 days ..huh !!!  Read the display correctly
Must be the "EXCESS" fat that was shed in the first 3 days ... DD must have become one fat headed pig from the last time we saw him  >:D

I have been on a Fitness regime for the last 2 months and  do not seem to drop below 73 kgs ... while everyone says that for my height, I am perfect... Hrithik...here I come :)
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« Reply #111 on: August 29, 2008, 09:28:26 AM »


why would people do such a thing  ;D
who in the world is bothered about long term benefits!

im on a diet currently - lost 2.4 kgs in the last 3 days. nothing like instant gratification  :wave:

just as a test of self-discipline and whether i can overcome cravings. i don't buy the "genes control cravings and so i can't help be fat" theory.

wow - 2.4 kgs in 3 days? unbelievable - what kind of diet is this! tell me pronto!




This diet probably also makes the eyes go wobbly ... 2.4 kgs in 3 days ..huh !!!  Read the display correctly
Must be the "EXCESS" fat that was shed in the first 3 days ... DD must have become one fat headed pig from the last time we saw him  >:D

I have been on a Fitness regime for the last 2 months and  do not seem to drop below 73 kgs ... while everyone says that for my height, I am perfect... Hrithik...here I come :)

yeah you feel quite weak at points. not today which is banana day - doing quite alright and even ran on the treadmill for 20 mins.

day 2 (veggies only) was toughest.

i think the key is to eat 3-4 times and have soup twice or thrice in between.

i also have completely stayed away from tea, coffee, alcohol etc. though the guidelines say you can have black tea/coffee

currently having a 1-banana and skim milk milkshake

and yes, i am fat. reached 71 upon return from india. though it only shows on my face mostly.
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« Reply #112 on: August 29, 2008, 10:15:47 AM »

raw papaya on day#1? is that right? or is it ripe papaya?(hopefully!)

else, i have to make that thai salad thingy to make it palatable.
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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #113 on: August 29, 2008, 10:24:50 AM »


why would people do such a thing  ;D
who in the world is bothered about long term benefits!

im on a diet currently - lost 2.4 kgs in the last 3 days. nothing like instant gratification  :wave:

just as a test of self-discipline and whether i can overcome cravings. i don't buy the "genes control cravings and so i can't help be fat" theory.

wow - 2.4 kgs in 3 days? unbelievable - what kind of diet is this! tell me pronto!




This diet probably also makes the eyes go wobbly ... 2.4 kgs in 3 days ..huh !!!  Read the display correctly
Must be the "EXCESS" fat that was shed in the first 3 days ... DD must have become one fat headed pig from the last time we saw him  >:D

I have been on a Fitness regime for the last 2 months and  do not seem to drop below 73 kgs ... while everyone says that for my height, I am perfect... Hrithik...here I come :)

who are you bhai/bhen? please do not change your name without prior notice :D
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Re: sex and the olympic city
« Reply #114 on: August 29, 2008, 04:56:34 PM »

raw papaya on day#1? is that right? or is it ripe papaya?(hopefully!)

else, i have to make that thai salad thingy to make it palatable.

stick with watermelon and a loupe....
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