Guess the Toon!

Think you know your cartoon characters well? We’ll see..

Who said the following? None of the characters have been repeated. No surfing the net and cheating!

  1. You are stoopid! You are stoopid! And don’t forjet…..YOU ARE STOOPID!!
  2. I am ____ ____. And I will destroy Townsville!
  3. Thuffering Thuckerdash!
  4. Hello, 911 Emergency? There’s a handsome guy in my bathroom! Hey, wait a second. Cancel that – it’s only me!
  5. You make the food. I serve the food. We do this for 40 years, and then, we die.
  6. Oh My God! They killed Kenny!
  7. Ooh! What does this button do?!
  8. Exit, stage right.
  9. Jinkies!
  10. Eh? Wassup doc!
  11. uh ha ha ha ha ha…yeah,,,uh,…huh huh haha..yeah (Hint: 2 people)
  12. You know, it may be possible to be too attractive.
  13. I hate meeses to pieces
  14. I yam what I yam
  15. Must..have…crabby…patty…secret..formula!!
  16. I tawt I taw a putty cat!
  17. Yes, Dexter, I can read your thoughts, and I am smarter than you.
  18. Dayayayayayayayayaya!
  19. Whyy that wil white wascally wabbit!
  20. Baths are for big fat wussies!
  21. Hey! Hey! Hey! I’m smarter than the average bear!
  22. I said, I said, I said boy, are you listening to me boy?
  23. Zoinks!
  24. That’s all folks!

Bonus Q: The inner machinations of my mind are an enigma.

The Flu Blues

I am flu-ed and feel rather phlegm-atic today! Aachoo! I also realised I come up with some really awful jokes (and great work ideas) when I feel this way…

Can someone please tell me where the swine flew to? It is annoying to hear the whole world speak in incomplete sentences.

Ill Bill: A new movie starring Uma Thurman and a flying pig, and how she gets an H1N1 visa to heaven.

Would an epidemic be a pandemic of epic proportions? Or is a pandemic a situation where the entire nation feels as hot as a frying pan?

Pimples and acne affect almost everyone. It is high time the WHO considered it an epidermic.

If you are fluent in Tamil – can you be called a Tamilflu?

What should you use to cure the swine flu? Oinkment (Thanks for this one Aunty!)

It’s a pity they cannot use Tamiflu to combat the Tamil Flu which is affecting Sri Lanka 😛

The swine flu and global economic recession have caused a recession of another kind – hairlines!

Off to bed now! Clearly, the fever is affecting my funny bone. Hmm, that explains why a flu-induced body ache hurts the bones!

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Neologisms

Neo Year – Neo Logos
As a happy new year gift to all me readers, I have decided to make a list of all the crazy words invented by me friends and me. Please feel free to use them and popularise them.

  1. TRAUMA: A word that can be used as an adjective, noun or adverb. It is typically best used when you are stressed-out, but it can also be used whenever you want to say something, but really don’t know what word to use.
    Usage:
    “Cellu was one trauma client.”
    “Why are you wearing such a trauma dress?”
    “Full fun trauma happened!!”
  2. Highlarious: Anything that is highly hilarious.
    Usage: “His high-jump was highlarious!”
  3. Howlarious: So hilarious, it’s a howl.
    Usage: “Did you see that trauma guy’s acting? It was howlarious!”
  4. Wowsome: Wow + awesome
    Usage: “This is not just awesome, it’s wowsome!!”
  5. Groovioli: Groovy like ravioli
    Usage: “A dance club that serves free food? Groovioli!!”
  6. Complisult: A compliment that is really an insult, or an insult that is really a compliment
    Usage: “He called me a wannabe geek. Now I’m not sure if he was being nice or mean. I suppose he meant it as a complisult”
  7. Bebilicious: A term used to describe a cutie named Bebu
    Usage: “Bebs, you’re totaly bebilicious ;)”
  8. Bhae: singular for bhains (buffalo).
    Usage: “That trauma guy is so bhae”
  9. Dufus* Moronicus: a duffer and a moron
    Usage: “Homer Simpson, you’re not just a dufus, you’re a dufus moronicus.”
  10. Wape: The offspring of a highly evolved woman and an ape
    Usage: click here
  11. Ughtastic: So ugh its fantastic
    Usage: “Did you see that grey cockroach that scuttled by? Ughtastic!”
  12. David Wowie: When you have been Ziggy Stardusted!
    Usage: “She has been obsessing over shiny spandex clothes and glam rock. Methinks she is in a David Wowie state of mind.”
  13. Geekariffic: So geeky it’s terrific
    Usage: “You have gotta try wearing sports shoes with formal pants!! It’s totally geekariffic!”
  14. Fritching – bitching in front of someone
    Usage: “Who said I was bitching about you? I’m telling you honey all that lead in your lipstick is going to your brains!”
  15. Wouch: A wow that makes you go ouch
    Usage: “Sigh! that wowsome girl makes my heart go wouch.”
  16. Ayyo Rama: What a stressed-out popsie says.
    Ayyo Karma : What the stressed out cab driver says.
    Ayyo Trauma: What I say in addition to the two above.
    Ayyo Rama! Ayyo Karma! Ayyo trauma: What you hear when the cab carrying popsie, tq and the cab driver is almost hit by a bus.
    Ayyo Seeta : What vedu unkal says in response to what popsie says.
    Ayyo Shut Up: What everyone else says when popsie, tq, the cab driver and vedu unkal are around.
  17. Funderla: having fun at Wonderla, or the equivalent of it
    Usage: “Come on da! Full funderla only it will be”
  18. Gangrene groupie – a person who likes to be a part of a gang or a group and loses his own identity thereof.
    Usage: “Oh so now all of them wear black because it is the ‘group’ colour eh? What a bunch of gangrene groupies!”
  19. Stretchercise – Stretching exercises than may end you up in a stretcher.
    Usage: “Our yoga master keeps telling us to stretch. I’m scared this will end up becoming another form of stretchercise”
  20. Qwae: a general feeling of weirdness, or the sound your tummy makes when it is upset
    Usage:
    “I am feeling very qwae qwae”
    “That bhae’s stomach keeps going qwae”
  21. Hexercise** : exercise that involves inhalation and HEXalation
    Example: “The Yoga master said: Inhaaaale….exhaaale…take a deeep breath…inhaaaale..now hex..hex..hex..hex”
  22. Morantic*** : Romance that makes you a moron
    Usage: “That silly girl thinks her trauma bf is a superman – how morantic indeed”
  23. Greep****: a geeky creep
    Usage: click here
  24. Bhitamins: What a bheri bhad bhaiya tells you to take bhen you hab a cold.
    Prounced as: Bhai-tam-ins

And if new words like these interest you – do check out the Urban Dictionary. You can even contribute neologisms created by you 🙂

* coined by Bart Simpson
** coined by Ashu Byabee
*** coined by Gudrun, meaning provided by me
**** coined by Udeesha

First and Tracked

Crazy Chechi – this one’s for you!!

1. Do mallus eat red rice cos they are communists?
Mallu Colleague replies: and I suppose the congress party eats white rice?

2. Why can’t a bad doctor be called a quacktor? To call a fake doctor a quack is offensive to a duck. Do you think quacktors take the hypocritic oath?

3. I like to look at my reflection in people’es eyes. Eyes are after all, eye-nas.

4. With reference to the weather:
Whenever these Madrasis are depressed, us Bloreans are depressed too.
(This is not a PJ, it’s a sad joke – because it is about depression)

5. Is ‘Race’ a racy movie or a racist movie?
Udee: racy n saucy
Wiseman: I think it’s about race. And by that line of thought, his next movie should be called ‘Gender’

6. If hippies did the hop, can it be called the hip-hop?

7. I plan to make a movie on a lonely girl who is obsessed with football. The movie shall be called – Eleanor Rugby

8. If you are thrown out of a club, are you dismembered? And if they take you back in again – are you remembered?

9. Which supermodel is always in a soup?
Naomi ‘Campbell’

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Bang! Bang!

HOW COULD THIS NOT BE ON MY BLOG!!!

I recently had the good fortune of going through my colleague’s highly traumatic Bappi Lahari collection – and you can imagine my joy and happiness when I came across the disco dancer collection. Who can ever forget Mithun Da’s Johny Travolta moves, Kalpana Iyer’s gyrating hips – and lets not forget the ultimate bolly-disco music that took India by storm.

However, what’s more interesting than all of the above is doing a dissection of the popular opening song – the title being – err – ouwa ouwa? or is it bang bang? or naache naache?

Perhaps this is the only instance where a bollywood cover has surpassed the original (this song is a rip off of ‘video killed the radio star’)

But the lyrics – damn those lyrics – what on EARTH do they mean??

listen to the song (second one on the list)

do u know why she keeps saying bang bang?
or why they say sui sui? what on earth is sui sui???
or why lootofying a khazaana is followed by a bang bang?
or why she says tumse hain tumse pyaar instead of mujhko hain tumse pyaar

IM LOSING MY MIND!!!