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Eye Wax

Presenting some visual distractions. A little more cynicism than usual, might help you appreciate them.(Barely, though...)

1) When you are out to enjoy a meal, and regally ask for the menu, the below pic hitting you first thing out of the block, doesn't exactly serve as a very appetizing start to the scheme of things. One mother of an appetite killer, if there ever was one. Kind of reminded me of that poor dissected female rat, whose ovaries I had almost called testes, as part of my HSC Bio practicals viva.

2) While we
are still on the subject (different joint), sudden radioactive visions appear out of nowhere on reading the indicated item (follow the arrow). Especially when you are hungry. Assuming of course, that the dragon isn't messing with your mind.

3) From a brand of 'multi purpose' tissues, with the typeface stuck seriously
in the 80s, comes this naughtly little flourish. Check out that last bullet point. The grandmother of all etc's.

4) And finally, the clincher. There are no words. Just amazement.

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12:31 AM, March 18, 2008
Anonymous Phantom said...

Trust your devilish mind to keep ticking away and spot these bloopers in innocuous-looking places/ things. And now armed with a phone-camera, you really are dangerous.    

5:36 AM, March 18, 2008
Blogger WeirdiSgooD said...

OH lol !!!    

9:17 PM, March 20, 2008
Blogger shamanth said...


had such a good laugh....

sale upto 100% ???
truly eye-catching!!!

good work.... :D    

3:38 AM, March 21, 2008
Blogger HP said...

is the banner present in the last photo still present on that shop in Lonavala?

maan...I remember laughing out loud along with my friends on seeing that...

Thanks for the reminder :-)


9:20 PM, March 24, 2008
Blogger arshat.chaudhary said...

hahahhahhaha.... nice... i laughed and laughed and what not! :P    

11:53 PM, April 27, 2008
Blogger Suds said...

where do you get all this..hehe..    

3:50 PM, April 28, 2008
Blogger prats said...

wat did the resto mean by talemunim soup??    

5:10 AM, May 06, 2008
Blogger bee said...

and for what not. indeed.    

9:47 AM, May 26, 2008
Blogger Jeeban Ram said...

Looking forward to a review of Jimmy....Pls oblige.    

11:54 PM, July 13, 2008
Blogger Tapan said...




actually, the pic was taken last year. So it's the same sign you're talking about. I hope it is still there!


let's just say these stuck... :)

search me. very nice name though... talemuni-whatever... :)

indeed... indeed... :)

Have yet to lay my hands on Jimmy. It was out of theatres by the time I got around to booking tickets... :)    

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