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Old 01-28-14, 11:58 PM   #1
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Special Gift Items for people of India

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Old 01-29-14, 12:56 AM   #2
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Love this. I'm just wondering why you chose to give us the gift of spam? In return, I wish you the gift of ban.

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I'm sure that Foo can come up with some Special Gifts for the people of India besides Horlicks and Biscuits.
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I wonder if gifts123 was trying to curry favor with the people of India? If she was, I feel sari for her, as she failed miserably. I did not even have a chance to say Mumbai.
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Well I could put a few things aside on lay-away. Exactly how many people are in India?
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Are Horlicks any good?
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Well I could put a few things aside on lay-away. Exactly how many people are in India?
Almost as many as the number that work here.
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Exactly how many people are in India?
well, put it this way, if you are one in a million, there are 1100 people just like you in India
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Wow, Gifts123 was here one minute and Gandhi next minute. The nerve of some Nepal to play with our emotions like that.
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I love bringing happiness to the faces of recipients!
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How 'bout sacred cow carpaccio?

So culturally insensitive...
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Depends on the Hor.
You really shouldn't call someone a Hor. It's not nice.
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How 'bout sacred cow carpaccio?

So culturally insensitive...
OMG that reminds me. This guy I met (my co workers cousin who just came from India) went to the grocery store with us. It was like three days before Valentines day. In the meat section, I saw beef heart. So I picked it up, held it out to him and told him and said "Will you be my Valentine? Here's my heart". He asked me in very hard to understand English, "What is that?" And I said "Beef heart! " And he said "What is beef?" I said "Cow".

That was one of the biggest mistakes I have ever made.

Poor guy screamed, ran down the aisle crying, his cousin shot me the death look and went after him. I ran after her. When I got to him he was sitting on the landscaping across the street, crying. As I approached, he was screaming in his language something to her. She quickly turned to me and told me to get back. "He thinks you are evil. He's afraid of you, go away."


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Are they the parts of Voldermort's soul that Harry Potter had to hunt down?
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"He thinks you are evil. He's afraid of you, go away."
...... What you got against Indians, anyway ?

First this guy with the cow heart and now poor ol' gifts123.

I thought you were basically a nice person, and that's why I look to you for guidance,
but if it's all just a sham, I think you ought to come clean. I'm beginning to suspect that
there is a dark, deep, bad Siu who is only just under the surface, waiting to emerge.

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OMG that reminds me. This guy I met (my co workers cousin who just came from India) went to the grocery store with us. It was like three days before Valentines day. In the meat section, I saw beef heart. So I picked it up, held it out to him and told him and said "Will you be my Valentine? Here's my heart". He asked me in very hard to understand English, "What is that?" And I said "Beef heart! " And he said "What is beef?" I said "Cow".

That was one of the biggest mistakes I have ever made.

Poor guy screamed, ran down the aisle crying, his cousin shot me the death look and went after him. I ran after her. When I got to him he was sitting on the landscaping across the street, crying. As I approached, he was screaming in his language something to her. She quickly turned to me and told me to get back. "He thinks you are evil. He's afraid of you, go away."


That's damn funny.
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...... What you got against Indians, anyway ?

First this guy with the cow heart and now poor ol' gifts123.

I thought you were basically a nice person, and that's why I look to you for guidance,
but if it's all just a sham, I think you ought to come clean. I'm beginning to suspect that
there is a dark, deep, bad Siu who is only just under the surface, waiting to emerge.
You're behind in the game.
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I think most of our jobs were gifts enough for the People of India.
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You're behind in the game.
...it's those damn petit mal seizures from your avatar flash frequency.

Well played, but just wait until I get my secret anti-avatar spectacles
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You guys suck at making bad puns.
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...this is why you need to start slowly. After reading # 4 , I realized I was completely outcrassed.
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You are the bad punmaster, punjabi.

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