Tuesday, April 14, 2009

What the Hell ?

The following words can be found at a Blog that has been created especially for comments from a set of people who have something in common. Question is ..WHAT?

Let us know where you are, what you're wearing, that sort of thing.

Is someone standing in front of you and hogging all the attention? Did you get cut out of the frame? Or did your city ______________ altogether? Was I rude to you? Did I have bad breath? Air your grievances.

Or, heaven forbid, if you should have something nice to say, go ahead and do that too!

The idea is to make this a forum for the select group of people all around the world who have a somewhat peculiar common experience.

The founder of this site happens to be an American Video game designer and an Internet Celebrity. ( In case you needed clues)

Monday, April 13, 2009

Simple one

______________ is an example of slang serving as a mild profanity. The expression can be used in an angry, wry, sarcastic, cynical, exasperated, or even joking tone. The expression dates to at least the late 19th century, although according to Mark Twain it was already old in 1850, and likely originates with the ancient Christian three-letter symbolism, the Christogram.
Using __________ as an oath has been common for many centuries, but the precise origins of the letter ___ in this expression are obscure. While many explanations have been proposed, some serious and many humorous, the most widely accepted derivation is from the divine monogram of Christian symbolism. The symbol, derived from the first three letters of the Greek name of Jesus is transliterated giving rise to the backronym 'Iesus Hominum Salvator'.

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Long Time No Kweschun

The episode, which is still work-in-progress, sees X being sent to oversee a beauty pageant where her company is the main sponsor. When she reaches there, X runs into Jeet Kumar, an aging star and a judge for the show. She discovers that a contestant has quit and is convinced to enter the pageant. To seal the deal and ensure her win, she sets out to seduce Jeet in his car. The story, which is normally updated every day, has not yet been updated
Who is X . Why has it not been updated

Put fundae.

Varadarajan Muniswami Mudaliar aka Vardhabhai (1926–1988) was a Tamil immigrant from Madurai, Tamil Nadu, who rose to be a mafia don in Bombay, India. Most active in the 1970s, he was the link in the underworld history between old time mafia men such as Haji Mastan, and the current system with the likes of Dawood Ibrahim.
Varadarajan started as a porter in Bombay's Victoria Terminus Station in the 1960s. His emergence in the underworld was largely through bootlegging and matka operations. Later, he diversified into contract killings, smuggling and dock thefts. He ruled the underworld well in to the 1980s. In the 1980s, he almost ran a parallel judiciary system, dispensing justice within his community. He organized the annual Ganesha festival, a lavish affair.
Varadarajan Mudaliar came into light after the reign of Karim Lala. At that time, Karim Lala, Varadarajan and Haji Mastan were the trio that ruled the Bombay underworld. It is said that these three had good standings with their communities and looked after their interests. However, after the collapse of the cotton mills in Bombay in the mid 1980s, their relevance was ended.
Varadarajan was very active in the Matunga and Dharavi areas of Bombay. In the mid 1980s, Varadarajan met his nemesis, police officer Y C Pawar. By the end of the 1980s, most of Varadarajan's gang members had been imprisoned or eliminated by Pawar, and Varadarajan himself had to flee to Chennai. Varadarajan died in Madras in 1988, aged 62.

Monday, April 6, 2009


X has been a regular on Y (a TV Show)since December 2001, covering movie premieres, the Academy Awards, two different Winter Olympics Games and countless other events.In addition to his role on Y, X also writes a daily blog at ____________. He produced and hosted a web-show on nbc.com with Y's announcer. He is now the host of his own web-talk show called Inside Dish with X. X has also contributed commentary to the E! networks various specials.

He has appeared on a number of reality shows, including the 2003 incarnation of the reality television show, Battle of the Network Reality Stars, in which he was a member of the Red Team. He also appeared on the fifth season of VH1's reality television show, Celebrity Fit Club. During the course of the show, which premiered in April 2007, X lost more than 40 lbs. and helped his team win the grand prize.
X was a guest host on The View (July 17, 2007), one of the very few men to sit on the panel. Former co-host, Rosie O'Donnell is X' mentor, according to the Celebrity Fit Club finale.
X appeared as a celebrity mob member on seven episodes of NBC's prime time game show 1 vs. 100 in early 2008.
In 2008, X appeared in a guest role on the NBC daytime drama, Days of our Lives.

On February 19, 2009, X announced his new web show with the Insider called "Inside Dish With X", where he will take his viewers behind the scenes, as an "outsider" in Hollywood.

Friday, April 3, 2009


Jungle's question :

Put fundae..

One for the bad times.

There are many theories/stories for the origin of X.

1.Coming from the clergy as a punishment for heretics to be ___.
2.In the past in England when villagers did not like a family they ___.And wished the other family got the messsage....now that is effective communication .
3.As a method of punishment in the navy of the olden days.deck hands were pushed into a ___ and then X.

Though no story is proven as the actual origin. The fact remains that this is going to be copyrighted..(that might have given it away).