Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Latest SMS's

After getting a cell I got a new work that is reading the sms and pass it to others. Mostly I get sms from Prasanna and my dad’s colleague Elango. I have a cousin in Chengalpat( a small city near chennai), he dint have TV in his house, so every day morning I will send him the headlines today, through SMS. he is waiting for Chief Minister Karunanidhi to give free tv, as he announced in his election proclamation. Here are some funny sms, I got recently.


Shivaji Punch dialogue: Nee adichaa naan aluven, but Naan adichaa nee almaata, unnai suthi naalu peru aluvaanga (Translated in English: if u beat I will cry, but if I beat u, u will not cry, four people will cry surround you.)

My cousin Punch dialogue: Nee kadichaa naan kattu poaduven, but Naai kadichaa nee nalu uosi thopula suthi poadanum (Translated in English: You bite me, I will put bandage, but, Dog bite you, you have to put four injections surround you navel)


If money doesn’t grow on trees, then why do bank have branches?
Why does a round pizza come in a square box?
Why doesn’t glue stick to its bottle?
Why do you still call it building when it’s already built?
If it’s true that we are here to help others, what are others here for?
If you aren’t supposed to drink and drive, why do bars have parking lots?
We are a funny bunch of people living in a seriously funny world! Think about it! Have a thoughtful day

Nice example

A sculptor made a statue of God in a single rock. The withered parts of the rock were used to make footsteps of the temple. The footstep asked the statue, brother we are from the same rock but u r worshipped and I am stamped, why? Statue said I with stood thousands of hit, by the sculptor. But you withered by a single hit. That why I am worshipped & you are not.
So never feel for overcoming hardship, it will surely take us soon to our success.

this is from forward mail
Take it easy

In life you meet many people, but you can remember only some, who made a difference in your life. And I know that I am one of those people because I made you read this long and useless post (messages). And I am still making you read more. Now that making a difference in your life. But people like you don’t learn easily and continue reading silly post (messages) like this one ok now, stop reading will u stop reading hello I said stop reading ok Keep smiling.


The first man said, " my wife was reading a "Tale of Two Cities" and she gave birth to twins".
"That’s funny", the second man remarked, "my wife was reading 'the three musketeers' and she gave birth to triplets".
The third man shouted, "Good God, I have to rush home!"
When asked what the problem was, he exclaimed, " When I left the house, my wife was reading Ali Baba and the forty Thieves"!!! lolz


Do you know that a simple HELLO can be a sweet one? I recently received one form my friend Diana, in her mail she sent to me:

H = How are you?
E = Everything all right?
L = Like to hear form you
L = Love to see you soon!
O = Obviously, I miss you…


Ven said...

All are very nice Jeevan.

Shuba said...

soooooooooooooper!gud collection of sms

Pavithra said...

Too Good..
The example of God and sculptor was excellent.

starry nights said...

That was neat thanks for sharing I especially liked the one about the sculptor.

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Jeevan said...

Ven – Thanks :)

Shuba – Thank you

Pavi – ya, its nice one know, thanks

Starry – Thanks, a good one:)

Ano - thanks

V N said...

those are indeed a few lovely ones.
i am a hopeless sms-er too!
;) :)
its fun, huh?

Arjuna_Speaks said...

that kadi jokes were super brother :)) lol

aruna said...

nice time pass jeevan.

Syam said...

nice ones, i really liked "???" :-)

Keshi said...

**When asked what the problem was, he exclaimed, " When I left the house, my wife was reading Ali Baba and the forty Thieves"!!! lolz


and I love that HELLO...so sweet!


visithra said...

lol good ones ;)

Ferocious Killer Kat said...

good I don't have a cell-phone :-P

Jeevan said...

Velu – Thanks, some SMS are fun to read:)

Arjuna – Thanks na :)

Aruna – Ho its mean’s u r coming her to pass your time:) Thanks dear friend

Syam – you really liked?? Thank you

Keshi – its a funny joke:)

Visith – Thanks a lot;)

Kunsjoi – you are a good boy.

lil _kath said...

...cool sms na, quite fun right? enjoy jeevan ^_^

My days(Gops) said...

ha ha ha......
punch dialogue super..........

Jeevan said...

Kathy - :)

Gops - thanks naanba.

Balaji S Rajan said...


Kalakiteenga. Punch dialogues super. Your cousin's punch is supero super. Sorry I could not meet you this time. I had too much of work. I shall mail you in detail.

Jeevan said...

Balaji - Thanks Friend, its ok will meet next time. hope your trip was fine:)

indianangel said...

Good one Jeevan!

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