What Would Be This World Without Them?

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Location:  Thinnai (porch) of a house on the street

Scene: The owner is ‘shaking up’ his help by his collar.

As it happens, a good Samaritan passing by intervenes.

“Why are you scolding him? Look at him, poor fellow.”

After appraising the stranger for a minute, “Gave him a letter to be dropped into a post-box at the street corner.”

“So?”

“He comes back with the letter in hand.”

“Why? Didn’t he find the box or was it too high for him to reach? Could be – he’s a bit short. Not his fault, you must know…”

“Nothing of that sort. He brought it back because…”

“Yes?”

“He found the box pad-locked.”

“??”

Now, for the original in Tamizh on the unforgettable Senthil-banana meme:

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Source: Ashu Yabatu Lij‎ to Best English Quotes & Sayings, santabanta.com and 100% சிரிப்பு இலவசம்

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When Words Are An Intrusion…

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Source: ‎Push Pagaran‎ to படித்ததில் ரசித்தது, தமிழ் அமுதம், Chitthirai Theer Thiruvizha, Madurai India, My India, ‎Elango Velur Thiruturaipoondi Tiruvarur‎ to இயற்கை மற்றும் பசுமை

Wives And GF’s, Laugh It Off, Please…

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A woman stepped off a bus and realised she had left her purse on board. When she turned around, the bus was already long gone.

She called the bus company and was relieved to find out the bus driver had found her bag. When she went to pick it up, a man handed her two typewritten pages and a box containing the contents of her purse.

“We’re required to inventory lost wallets and purses,” he explained. “You’ll find everything in there.”

As the woman began pilling the items back into her bag, the man continued, “I hope you don’t mind if we watch. Even though we all tried, none of us could fit everything into your purse. And we’d like to see just how you do it.”

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Mark Gungor on Male and Female brains – Boxes and Brains (7.51 mins):

Clip is available here.

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Source: JuNaid BaJwaBest English Quotes & Sayings, santabanta.com

Delusions

Sanmargam

Misunderstandings, in these days, are rife and so tragicomical,

every brick believes it carries all the load on the wall.

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A Home To Two Artists!

These are from V, residing in Chennai, a self-taught first-timer, having a go at Warli – a tribal art from Maharashtra – with left-over paints!

The art form, simple in its elements and color, acquires in composition an undeniable charm of its own evident in these panels.

Unfortunately, not offered for sale, not available for even public viewing – for they are painted on a wall at the back of their house!

The second artist remains unnamed, unacclaimed, prolific, the wide world his/her canvas cum gallery. Titled ‘Exuberance’ this is his/her handiwork – perhaps the palette board – in a patch tended by V herself in their front yard:

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It’s Their Day!

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Source: internet

A New Ending, Nay, Beginning (< 200 Words)

Good drabbles are difficult to come by – here’s another one. This is EagleAye responding to a picture prompt from here.

Includes a political sounding statement from the author that has not been edited. Note this blogger claims no familiarity with the subject to comment.

Raul was fishing off the Portuguese coast when he found her. Thalassa climbed into his boat as he hauled on the nets. The mermaid was lovely. Beneath her sea green hair were two huge, enticing, glistening…green eyes.

Thalassa told him of the wondrous castles below with lovely gardens. All the creatures lived in fairness and equality. She spoke for hours of the wonders of the deep.

“Your world seems beautiful,” said Raul.

“So is yours!” grinned Thalassa.

“How do you know about it?”

She held up a waterproof cell phone. “YouTube!”

Raul covered his eyes.

“I’ve fallen in love with you!” exclaimed Thalassa. “Don’t worry, I know how the story ends. I sacrifice my home, grow legs, and live with you!”

“Uh….,” hesitated Raul.

“Tell me more about your…my, new home! Isn’t it fabulous?”

Unemployment soared. Violent nationalism and racism spun out of control. The soon-to-be-elected populous president would likely deport Raul’s ailing Sudanese father, and otherwise wreck the country.

Raul sighed, “How about a new ending? Any chance I could grow a tail?”

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Source: Original post here.