~Spero ergo sum~™

March 23, 2008

Badam ‘Shek’ anyone? :-D

Filed under: Humour,Life — Teal @ 8:20 am
Uploading an image was sooo much simpler in blogger, I miss it sometimes 😦 Hmmmm but what to do, I happened to glimpse this thallu vandii offering people Badam shek and Kaju shek and the like on the way out, so thought might share this one with you all! 😀

Here is another one. Heights of marketing, even at the cost of vandalism of public transport!!!!! Took the picture below while precariously hanging in the foot board of a 21G.

I also happened to glimpse a place that offers Veg Sandwitch as a specialty dish! So much for thinking that witch burning was done with in the medieval times 😐



  1. thts a good form of marketing….although it shouldn’t be welcomed bcos of the vandalism….

    Comment by Prashanth — March 23, 2008 @ 10:10 am | Reply

  2. 😀 LOLZ!!!
    Remember “samoas” in that ubiquitous ‘Chat’ Shop in Mylapore? This can be a very vibrant hobby to collect these…

    posted the photos of kozhukattais & the color from the holi celeb in my blog…weejit ay shay!

    Comment by Ramya — March 23, 2008 @ 8:40 pm | Reply

  3. Oh come on……..vandalism of public transport vehicles is almost a way of life in Madras! But of course, most of these “ads” and “hoardings” are hilarious, thanks to the spellings used on them. I’ve seen some funny ads myself, but nothing comes to my mind right now!

    Comment by Brat — March 24, 2008 @ 12:53 am | Reply

  4. @Teal: Btw, I’ve tagged you on my new post!

    Comment by Brat — March 24, 2008 @ 4:26 am | Reply

  5. Lol! Thank God for some weird humans out there who make life less boring

    Comment by macadamiathenut — March 24, 2008 @ 6:10 am | Reply

  6. @ Prashanth :
    Yep, you are absolutely right.

    @ Ramya :
    Were those kozhakkattais as yummy to eat , as they look? 😀

    @ Brat :
    Lol! Hell yeah, but there was one spot in Rajkot, which had a hoarding that read ‘Pliss remoov shues’

    @ Mia :
    You betcha! It is kinda insensitive to laugh at bad English, but who cares? }:)

    Comment by Teal — March 25, 2008 @ 5:05 pm | Reply

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