Long March begins under section 144

Long march begins today from Karachi as section 144 is in place. The so called democratic setup has decided to crack down any attempt by people to use their DEMOCRATIC RIGHT. While criminals and gangs can roam around freely people cant protest and the infamous pretext is same, to safeguard the life and property of the ordinary man, who is no where in gov. priorities that remained busy distributing ministries for an year now. Our predictions regarding a corrupt setup after elections last year came very much true. The NROrified leadership is heading good way to sink whatever left while a militant group is in coalition to support it in Sindh. No law bears anyone from peaceful protest but the fact that current leadership is a den of corrupt, incompetent, selfish and opportunist gangs proves that RULE OF LAW and JUSTICE are a far cry here. JC in his recent article hinted that REHMAN DAKAIT from Liyari may be ZARDARi’s man to disrupt lawyers movement and with our ever capable police i hardly see anything peaceful coming in lawyers way especially when establishment is itself CORRUPTED while Washington also says that “current democratic setup should continue” signaling that they are also with ZARDARi as he is doing well to beat Musharraf in Puppet competition. While gov shakes hands with MILITANTs from swat, its afraid of few thousand unarmed lawyers, proving my point that Mr. Musharraf had laid the foundation of politics of gun (remember May 12 ??) that dictates that peaceful movements will be crushed and those who take up arms will be negotiated. [Image: PKpolitics].

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  1. kabirdas on April 3rd, 2009 @ 1:34 pm

    @ balma

    Here is an anecdote just for you which I am sure you will enjoy. I hope wasiq and fasee et al are not listening.
    This incident was told to me by a very dear friend of mine who was from acorss the border. When young he was travelling in a train from India to Pakistan.
    At the time he was passing through a rather embarrassing stage of his life which all of us have to pass through. I mean the age when you are too oid to play with kids and too young to sit with elders. It is also the age when one can travel in ladies compartment of a train or the Gent’s compartment of a train.
    So my friend was travelling in a ladies cattle (third) class compartment. At night he was lying on the lower bunk listening to the chat of two old ladies of Poorbi origin.
    One lady was telling the other about how she had married her daughter off to some good for nothing fellow and was now regretting it. I am not well conversed with Poorbi and am unable to reproduce the whole dialgue. I will try to reproduce just the gist of it.
    The other lady asks the complainint: Laddan mian kay bava kam kia karay hain.
    The first replied: Laddan kay bava ko kam tou kuch aaway jaaway nahin hay, abhi tak tou bus …………

    Hey I think wasiq and fasee have also become all ears. I will not like to complete the punch line when they are lastening. They may find it ‘ikhlaq say giri hooi baat’ though I will be quoting just some pious old lady .

    So balma I will complete this punch line some other time and try to send it to you through some back door. I will beg your leave now. The Mulla whose waaz I can hear from my library is yelling about the dozakh ka azab. The one who can be heard from my balcony seems to be luring the faithfuls with the tales of jannat. No matter what Mirza Ghalib thought of Jannat and Jahannum I rather like to listen to the tales of Jannat. So I am going to move to my balcony for a while and let my fancy fly like a Tair-e-Lahoot.

  2. kabirdas on April 3rd, 2009 @ 1:45 pm

    @ wasiq on April 3rd
    " KD being too modest….can’t be an col of pakistan army.."

    So pusht say hay paisha-e-aaba sipah gari
    Shairy kutch zaria-e-izzat nahi mujhay
    (this misra is not coming to mind right now)
    Kahta hoon sach kay jhoot ki aadit nahi mujhay

  3. fasee on April 3rd, 2009 @ 2:22 pm

    @ KD.

    sir please dont leave any statemnt with a fill in the blanks….as our ustad used to say, " brain is the most sexual of all organs"
    so hamara dimagah ikhlaq ki us satha say bhi nechay gir jata hai jis satha pe aap ki staement per ke girta….:)

    @ wasiq.

    if he is modest then i can bet he wud have been retiered by now…as i havent seen a army guy modest till he is retired or is in front of his superior……

  4. بستنی (wasiq) on April 3rd, 2009 @ 3:18 pm

    or is in front of his superior……

    @fasee sab….do you mean to say….that he thinks of me as his…..noway…

    @Balma jee….i just joined in after 3:00 pm did I miss something..?

    @KD sarkar….my dearest and eldest…aunt(phopho) use to recite these verses very often…even though none of us ever thought of joining the army…airforce maybe but never the army….

    Umeray daraaz maangh kay la ay thay chaar din
    Baki thay poney chaar kay bijli chali gaie…

  5. kabirdas on April 3rd, 2009 @ 3:21 pm

    @ fasee

    " as our ustad used to say, " brain is the most sexual of all organs"

    Absolutely true. If you indeed have such an Ustad you will never have to become a shagird of KD.

    " so hamara dimagah ikhlaq ki us satha say bhi nechay gir jata hai jis satha pe aap ki staement per ke girta…."

    Sir, that was the whole idea of KD. He couldn’t have brought your ikhlaq to the level where it would it would have fallen by itself now to fill in the blnaks. If I filled the blanks now it will be an anticlimax and bit disapponting for you. Anway I will think about it. But then what will we do about wasiq. He can’t even handle a alcohal free drink. How will he handle a free thought:-) We have to think about him.

    " as i havent seen a army guy modest till he is retired or is in front of his superior……"

    Well said sir. You have hit the nail on the head. And if after his retirement you ask him why did he retire so early in his career. He wouldn’t tell you that he couldn’t progress any further because of his incompetence. He would invariably tell you some cock and bull story about how he stood up to his seniors ( main nay seniors ko suna deen) and they retired him instead of promoting him.

  6. kabirdas on April 3rd, 2009 @ 6:40 pm

    @ wasiq
    " that he thinks of me as his….."

    There you are in your dazzling mode again:-)

    " even though none of us ever thought of joining the army…"

    Who are ‘we’ ? And why not ? Didn’t you want to serve your country ? Serve it when there is no martial law and ‘service’ it when there is martial law.

  7. بستنی (wasiq) on April 4th, 2009 @ 7:07 am

    Didn’t you want to serve your country ? Serve it when there is no martial law and ’service’ it when there is martial law.

    Laddan kay bava ko kam tou kuch aaway jaaway nahin hay, abhi tak tou bus …………

    @KD sarkar…..by *we* I mean the herd…..One of Our distant neighbor had that Army sticker…."army wants you…!" on the car’s rare screen…that car used to move around in front of our house quite often…they would even park it here so far far from theirs….for no explanation at all….Now..they blocked their own side with barriers and guards…and very rarely pass by our house…mostly use the other end of the street… also recently I noticed that the billboard on faisal near the Hotel…are no longer Inviting to me…! So,
    Iam rejoicing the Victory over the PressGang….

    Aik Umerr toh kya woh hasharr talak…
    rakhaay gi khulaa darwaazey ko…

  8. kabirdas on April 4th, 2009 @ 10:50 am

    @ wasiq

    When that wise old lady described her son in law in these words: Laddan kay bava ko kam tou kuch aaway jaaway nahin hay, abhi tak tou bus woh kullia main …………{oops have I exceeded the danger limit of the quote??)
    she wouldn’t have known that she was describing a large male population of Pakistan: kam tou kissi ko aaway jaaway nahi hay sub bus kullia main —- hee chalaway hain :-)

    Do you mean this guy joined the Army and continued living among his uncouthe neighbours in the same street albiet at the other end and didn’t shift to his normal habitat DHA ??? Amazing!!
    He must have been some naive soul. You should feel honoured to have him living in your street to lend you some respectability in the eyes of the law of the jungle sorry I mean land not jungle.

    What does the bill board tell you now: Your country doesn’t need the likes of you !!

  9. بستنی (wasiq) on April 4th, 2009 @ 12:32 pm

    @KD sarkar… the billboard is so unattractive…that I let it pass…without…the second glance…

    the guy had the sticker at the rare screen of his car…not on the front…!contemplate…

    You’ve been waiting much too long now
    Don’t know when she’s coming home
    Say now
    You’ve been loyal true and faithful
    All this time of being alone
    If I could get that same dedication
    I’d give you everything in creation
    If she doesn’t come back (come back) (come back)
    Ooh! I’ll be your substitute whenever you want me
    Oh don’t you know I’d be your substitute
    Whenever you need me
    Ooh ooh ooh
    (Send my love and admiration straight to you)

  10. fasee on April 6th, 2009 @ 10:58 am

    @ wasiq.

    sir jee what you might find attractive, is not permissiable in pakistan, they might risk paint cans hurled at the billboard within a day or so…..

  11. kabirdas on April 6th, 2009 @ 9:59 pm

    During Zia era a lot of attractive bill boards were erected on major road sides with Quarani ayats with translation inscribed on them. There was one just bill board on main Shahra-e-Faisal behind the Commander Karachi HQ. It said something about how God listens to your prayers and fulfills them. After some time some dil jalla wrote his prayer on it with spray paint to the effect :’Ay Allah tou iss Zia ko apnay pass bula lay’. Whenever I used to see this bill board I used to smile thinking about the naivete of the parson who wrote this. Untill then I never believed in the power of a prayer.
    But lo and behold few weeks after this prayer was written on the bill board Allah mian nay Zia ko apnay pass bulla lia. I suppose Allama Iqbal was right when he said in his Shikwa:

    Dil say jo baat nikalty hay assar rakhti hay

  12. بستنی (wasiq) on April 6th, 2009 @ 11:00 pm

    Dil say jo baat nikalty hay assar rakhti hay

    @KD sarkar…..this is the only reason why I consider Pakistan/karachi to be more democratic than United States Of America/NewYork….aap log jab bhi martha bata kay martha…..thanks!

    pakrday jaatey hain farishtoun kay likhay per Zia Haq
    Adami koi hummara daam ay tehreer bhi hai….

  13. balma on April 6th, 2009 @ 11:26 pm

    I totally forgot about this topic. I checked here after many days and noticed KD was trying to teach gundee gundee baatai’n in Poorbi to us young boys:-)

  14. kabirdas on April 7th, 2009 @ 12:40 am

    @ balma
    I was just quoting a pious old Poorbi lady who happened to say something about her son in law in the early years of Pakistan which she could have said with equal justification about us today had she been alive and if some had asked her what were we doing. Now that you are listening and hopefully fasee and wasiq are not I am going to reveal the missing words from her remark to you if you have not guessd it already. The missing words are ‘loolia hee chalaway hay.’
    A rather cute little word rhyming so well with kulia.
    This phrase then spread like a wild fire in our organisation. About any incompetent person it used to be said that ous ko away javay to kuch bhee nahi wo to sirf kulia main loolia chalana hee jany hay:-)

  15. kabirdas on April 7th, 2009 @ 12:44 am

    @ wasiq

    "martha bata kay martha….."

    Didn’t get it!

  16. balma on April 7th, 2009 @ 9:15 am

    Fasiq is talking to you in Poorbi I guess:-)

    I love poorbi. It is so innocent. You don’t find it in Karachi any more.
    But, when I was a kid you could still hear it around once in a while. Now, the peolple who spoke it are mostly watching us from high above while we make fun of them.

    Oh, this reminds of someone from Kanpur telling me a story about a Muslim kisaan from a village near Kanpur about the kisaan’s comments after 1971 PK army’s defeat….that how he is not going out since he has lost his face….that comment was actually also in daihaati Urdu but now I don’t remember the exact statement. bus, poorbi kay zikr per yaad aa gayaa….even though language around Kanpur is not Poorbi…well, I guess it depends on ones point of reference:-)

  17. fasee on April 7th, 2009 @ 10:05 am

    @ KD on zia

    great contrubution……can you pls find out the warebout of that "kali zuban wala banda"…i want to make him write things about around 100 or so of our politicians naems on that same board.

    fasee abi itna purana tu nahe huway ke loog ujnhay antiquie bolain…but still..i have seen in lahore when maulvis used to balck marker models even on shops calenders….fasee used to see when he got out to repair his phatphati or buy dahee from dukaan

  18. kabirdas on April 7th, 2009 @ 9:31 pm

    @ fasee

    By the way I remember the translation of that Ayyat was something like that:

    Bayshak tumhara rab tumhari duaoon ka sunnay wala hay.

    Wonder if this will be of any help to you.

    " "kali zuban wala banda"
    Kali ?? I would call him ‘sunahiri zuban wala bandah’

  19. kabirdas on April 7th, 2009 @ 9:33 pm

    @ balma
    "Fasiq is talking to you in Poorbi I guess:-)"

    Sounds like sansikirit to me :-)

  20. بستنی (wasiq) on April 8th, 2009 @ 7:05 am

    Balma jee…..is ka kya matlab hai…what does a Scotsman wear under the…..?

  21. kabirdas on April 8th, 2009 @ 10:25 am

    @ wasiq
    Such questions you should refer to KD. Balma’s research is limited to lady’s wares only particularly the ones jin say unhain juhrjuhiri see aa jati hay.

    A curious lady once asked a Scotsman the same question which you are asking Balma. The Scotsman replied: Ma’am rest assured nothing is ‘worn’ under the kilt:-) (Note the pun)

  22. kabirdas on April 8th, 2009 @ 10:50 am

    @ balma

    Poorbi is indeed a very sweet language. Thats why it is the language used for ‘geets'(love songs) which are saturated with the love of one’s balma. So sweet that even its expression like ‘kulia main loolia’ can also be used in a geet without sounding uncouthe or crude. Imagine using the equivalent of the same expression in any other language in conversation let alone in a song.

  23. fasee on April 8th, 2009 @ 10:57 am

    @ KD…

    after reading ur example hum ko apnay ustaad ki wo baat yaad a gai…

    a profanities delivered in a sophisticated laungauge is like wiping the arse with a silk cloth.

  24. بستنی (wasiq) on April 8th, 2009 @ 12:39 pm

    @KD sarkar…..I know of a language….haven’t you ever heard"tom,dick and harry…"

  25. kabirdas on April 8th, 2009 @ 1:43 pm

    @ fasee

    Exactly. That was the point I was trying to make. A profanity delivered in an unsophisticated language is like wiping the arse with an emry (sand) paper. Ake karela ous pey neem charaha.

  26. kabirdas on April 8th, 2009 @ 1:50 pm

    @ wasiq

    Recently I met an English man who told me I can call him Richard. I asked him what do his friends call him. He said: "The true friends no longer call me ‘Dick’." :-)

  27. fasee on April 8th, 2009 @ 2:18 pm

    @ KD & wasiq.

    i dont know if its me o rsomething…but first i was exchanging romatic verses with men, now i am discussing arses ( also with men )…gosh that MUST, have to be gay….:)

    so what does that make me…..my gay friends would say i am a inside the closet type gay or a person with some latent gayism blocked inside, trying to buirst out and declare its existence…..gosh thats so gay….where is fasee’s medication……aaj zaroor hila hila ke piyoon ga….gosh another gayish thing….aaaarrgghhhhh…

  28. kabirdas on April 8th, 2009 @ 2:32 pm

    @ fasee

    Sir, closet gay you may be but discussing arses with so many arse holes around is not an indication of it. Put your medicine away. KD reckons you are gay in the old fashioned way.

  29. fasee on April 8th, 2009 @ 3:18 pm

    "fasee a old fashioned gay"…

    hmm so does that make me gay…… aswell as out of sync with the current fashions………. is it…??

    and of all things, the only thing i appriciated in gays was….that they were really updated on the fashion IN things.

    yani karoobar tu karoobar…hum na tu muhabat main bhi ghata kera

  30. بستنی (wasiq) on April 8th, 2009 @ 5:09 pm

    @fasee sab……sir we have a litmus paper type test to know for sure if you are not gay…..whenever Mrs qurashi is worried about my orientation….she hires a eunuch…to move ahead of me….

  31. balma on April 8th, 2009 @ 8:27 pm

    I am little bit annoyed on the Chief Justice, who came back as a result of this Long March (so my comment is on-topic), has now gone to perform Umra?????!!! (I saw it in The News)

    If this is his private visit (apnee jaib say), then why announce to the whole world….and if it is on government’s dime, then I don’t see any difference here from other corrupt officials/politicians of PK?

    Was KabirDas wasting his time? Can he check with his buddy Aitizaz what is going on here?

  32. بستنی (wasiq) on April 8th, 2009 @ 8:41 pm

    @kD sarkar…sir aap ko Aadaab! aur chacho(I.H) ko mera salaam kehna nothing more nothing less…!

  33. kabirdas on April 8th, 2009 @ 10:00 pm

    @ balma

    1. At KMB you are not on topic unless you bring in MQM in your comments:-)

    2. In my view CJ Chaudhri ko bhee few if not 7 Qatal moaaf honay chahiay :-)

    3. Public is generally kept informed by media about the movements of public figures. So let it be for the CJ. I did not scan today’s The News. I can say without further investigation that CJ must have gone for Umra at his own expense. He can’t afford to make the mistake of going for Umra at public’s expense——not after his restoration as a result of long march.

    4. Aitazaz is now more of my hero than my buddy. I think ous ko bhee kuch Qatal moaaf honay chahiay:-)

    5. Aitzaz has disassociated himself completely from CJ so much so he has announced not to appear before CJ to plead any case.

  34. kabirdas on April 8th, 2009 @ 10:13 pm

    @ wasiq

    Kush raho aur aabad raho.

    However, why ‘aadab’ to KD and ‘salam’ to IH ??

    You may not be aware that the term ‘aadab’ was devised by UP Muslims for use for Nonmuslims to avoid saying salam to them. Check it and let KD know if this was not the case. Try to dazzle KD with your brilliance. Don’t try to baffle him with your bull:-)

  35. balma on April 8th, 2009 @ 11:14 pm

    KD saheb,

    Aadaab is/was a common greeting among Muslims and between Muslims and non-Muslims.

    Few years ago, my older relatives from India shocked me by asking me why is everyone in the family in Pakisan is saying arabic style and arabic accented alsalam-o-alaikum:-)
    When I asked what else should they say, they said how about plain old ‘aadaab’.

    Even today, yes today, little kids are taught how to say aadaab in many Urdu speaking families in Pakistan. If nothing else, it looks cute:-)
    Dumb ass burgers not withstanding!

    And, KD, last thing you want to see or experience is Hyderabadi aadaab.
    It is a whole different ball game in its own right. In it, unlike Mushie’s style, you actually bend down (depending on the other person’s (mukhaatib)age)bringing your head close to the other person’s tummy and you don’t raise your head until they touch your head.
    In fact, it is referred to as ‘paiT may mounDDee Daalnaa’ :-)

    Lastly, avoiding saying salam to non-muslims is some stupid desi idea.
    Guess, what do Christian arabs say to other Christian Arabs?

    Salam is not a Mafia code…..which I don’t know if you realize sounds like an arabic term (Maa-fee-ha = what-inside-is = chhuppaa hua/hidden).

    KD Sahib, humaaray saath KMB per rahai’n gae tou yehee mazay ho’n gae!


  36. balma on April 9th, 2009 @ 12:34 am

    oh, a clarification, that hyderabadi aadaab I was describibng is reserved as a show of respect to older people….
    Otherwise, hyderabadi adaab is not much different, though sometimes from the way they bend their palm (and their deegar mashkook harkaat) I can tell if someone is Hyderabadi!

    Balma jub saaRhee kay ishtyle say bataa saktay hai’n kay aurat kahan kee hae, tou haath kay andaaz during aadaab say bataa saktay hai’n keh aadaab karnay vaalaa/ee kahaan kaa/ee hae!

  37. بستنی (wasiq) on April 9th, 2009 @ 7:05 am

    why ‘aadab’ to KD and ’salam’ to IH ??

    @KD sarkar…..sir If our dear friend fasee sab would type the name of chacho during his multi tasking….its got to be….with both AA’s gone coming after the I and H….and yet he would be so politically correct because it is what the people pronounce mostly on the national television..in fact people sitting right next to him on talk shows of private television channels….I am surprised that you did not notice….

    about Aadaab…. once upon a time long long(relevance to the topic)Gen sab(zia) went to United States on the official visit…during guard of honor…the anthem was played….he put his right hand on the heart…the US president I believe It was RR…looked at him did exactly the same…I was watching it on television….and I saw most US presidents following it later as well…most hand gestures are invented by the people in power…Aadab I believe has nothing to do with the muslims of india…it was invented by the rulers of india…its a court gesture….now I will watch the movies of indian courts upto the last emperor and confirm if the british officers did or did not bow down and said aadab to bahadur shah….no pun intended….

    Jab piyar kiya toh darna kya
    Jab piyar kiya toh….

  38. balma on April 9th, 2009 @ 9:03 am

    Except Hyderabadis no one bows during aadaab, except of course you are hanging around in Bahadur Shah Zafar’s court! :-)
    Based on the gestures in Shatranj kay khilaaRi, English ambassadors showed up quiet obnoxiously in Wajid Ali Shah’s court….and he actually had land to rule and cash to loan to East India Co. But his army was weak and he was surrounded by the company land. Bahadur Shah Zafar was literally a prisioner in Red Fort…..and what is that shaer….
    ….Shah Alam…..
    az dilli taa Palam…..

    New Dehli’s airport used to be called Palam airport…until they named it after the shaheed mai.

  39. بستنی (wasiq) on April 9th, 2009 @ 10:02 am

    @balma jee….you will have to excuse me because my knowledge on this topic is drived from the hindi movies and soaps….i’ll come back to you after more research…right now you have distracted me with the so accurate data about Palam airport….I googled it….and found some more interesting things that I have been looking for recently..thanks

    shaheed ki jo mout hai woh qoum ki hayaat hai…

  40. بستنی (wasiq) on April 9th, 2009 @ 10:04 am

    han han pata hai….hum logon kay saath raho gay toh aaisay hee mazey karo gay…..! thanks

  41. fasee on April 9th, 2009 @ 10:18 am

    @ balma.

    i just remembered one line form msutaq ahmed yousfi….when i was a kid, i used to think bout that aswell. why us indians….ahd invented so many stuff, like adaab, ji aya noo, subah bakhair and stuff…while we had the most comprehensive yet brief meeting protocl established by islam.

    isnt aslam u alikm more than enough to us.

  42. balma on April 9th, 2009 @ 7:33 pm

    Fasee, if you are a jamati, then "k’hul kar saamnay aa-o"

    I have written above that salam is an arabic greeting, not just Islamic greeting. It is not a protocol for identifying Muslims. It does not work in the Middle East that way.

  43. بستنی (wasiq) on April 9th, 2009 @ 9:37 pm

    @balma jee….please yeah nahein karein aap ko kisi ko jamati kehna hai to aap mujhey ya siddiqui sab ko keh saktey hain….we don’t mind…per fasee sab ko aur maulana sab(multiple american Visa/green card/nationality/Allah ka karam)ko hergiz nahein ….
    different modes of greeting when we meet also depend upon the mood of the person and the relation with the person being greeted….a lot of research has been done on this by human behavior experts..world wide….sometime people say or do nothing at all….just keep staring….as if they have lost the words…The arabs I have heard are too eager to hug and kiss both men and women….the verbal greetings follows later….the balouch’s I have seen will start greeting from miles away sometime from the other side of the hill….just to know if you are a friend or a foe before they spread their arms for you…

  44. kabirdas on April 9th, 2009 @ 10:25 pm

    @ wasiq
    " hum logon kay saath raho gay toh aaisay hee mazey karo gay…."

    Sir, are you talking to KD or to yourself. If to KD then KD has this to say: Aur KD naal raho gay tay kuj kam de gal sikho gay :-)

  45. kabirdas on April 9th, 2009 @ 10:57 pm

    @ balma

    If what fasee said makes him a jamati then who knows KD may also me a jamati—-a jamati at heart or a closet jamati:-)

    I think Islam Ale Kum is an Islamic greeting and not an Arabic greeting as such for which I offer following reasons:

    a. It is used by all Muslims irrespective of their nationality and mother or national tongue.
    b. Arabs did not use it before the advent of Islam though their mother tongue had been Arabic before Islam also.
    c. I believe there still live in Arab lands Jews and Christian whose mother tongue is Arabic but don’t use this particular greeting.
    d. In early days of Islam Muslims made a oncerted effort in various ways like growing of beards minus moustashes and dress etc (shoars of Islam) in such a manner so that they could have an idientity of their own.

    Convinced or not ?? If convinced then apologize to Fasee for having accused him of being a jamati :-)

  46. kabirdas on April 9th, 2009 @ 11:13 pm

    @ wasiq

    You have done some good piece of reserch on the greetings. However, the issue raised by me still remains inconclusive. By the way let me add that UP Muslims used ‘Adab’ for high cast or high status hindoos. For low cast hindoos they used the greeting ‘Salam’ ie just ‘salam’ without any prefix or suffix.

    By the way when we are still on this subject may I ask you the reason why you said Adab to KD and Salam to AA. Has KD’s suspious name something to do with it :-) Why not Adab to both or Salam to both or salam to KD and Adab to AA :-)

  47. بستنی (wasiq) on April 10th, 2009 @ 6:50 am

    @KD sarkar…..sir what I have said about greetings is not research based…it is my general observations or hearsay….
    the answer to why I said aadaab to you and salam to chacho….is very simple…if you see the difference that you tell anecdotes and we tell jokes….!

    sir Goodfriday to you and Happy Easter to all…

  48. fasee on April 10th, 2009 @ 10:30 am

    @ balma

    "Fasee, if you are a jamati, then "k’hul kar saamnay aa-o"

    sir hamara lakh ikhtilaaf sahee, but i never thought you wud hit me so under the belt, and acuse me of bein a jmaati…..aap ki is baat pe maudoodi saab qabar main aur qazi husain ahmed latreen main "taraap" ker reh gai hoon gay…..

    all my life i have been accused of being a rscist, weired, psycotic, sadasistic, evil genius, lewed, insane…but never…i repaet..never bein called a jamati……meri aisi bzati pehlai kabhi nai hoi..bara ajeeb sa lag raha hai…….toda me so depresseddi wont even take my medication….:(

    @ KD.

    sir thanks for the reducing the load on me…coz dat my basis of my argument awell….that it was an islamic gesture, not an arabi gesture…and the firs one to be exact.

    @ wasiq

    whenever yo are to greet an arab….to quote sir balma " sar munh ke ander dena " to pehlay pichoon dekh li jiyee ga..koi arab na khara hu….these are a nasty race i tell ya…;)

    @ all.

    frist there was this an hidden in the closet gay thingy…now i am being accused of being a hidden in a closet jamat thingy…..now i wnt be surprised if tommorow i wud be accused of being a woman with a fake mle I to mix with men as in real life i dont find men good enough or men dont find me attractive…..gosh…..we are livign in strange time i tell ya

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