I am forever amazed by the kind of things that people think up to forward both on SMS and emails.
- Mahendra Singh Dhoni and his team are the true followers of Abdul Kalam: after all, they are the ones who made India a super power in 20-20.
- Pakistan’s Misbah-ul-Haq thought he was sending the ball to no-man’s land. But he did not know that there is a malayalee in every corner of the world.
These two SMSes made rounds big time 2 weeks ago. And, I got this one today morning:
Vaakiyathai Maatri Amaikkavum:
- Vaasanai roja vaadi pogalama?
Answer: Va Saroja odi pogalama?
Manytimes, these SMSes have too many needless capital letters and flippant spelling for any word that could be mispelt.
Another thing that irks me so much is people sending SMSes as messages to be run as creepy scrolls on music channels, whose comperers speak a language that would in comparison make SMSes worthy of Nobel Prize for literature.How crappy it is to send a SMS to someone through a music channel? It is like writing a love letter addressing it “to whomsoever it may concern”
I very often see messages like I love my wife/ husband in the music channel. Something typically like :Murali: I love my wife
I don’t know who this Murali is, but if any of you know this guy, please take him to the nearest psychiatrist. I think it’s a terminal case in need of immediate attention. Why would a guy send a message to a music channel professing his love to his wife, who I presume should be sitting right next to him? Or even if the said wife is not sitting next to him, shouldn’t he be sending his love message to his wife’s mobile than to the music channel? Its so crappy, scary and daunting. Who among the million population is Murali telling that he loves his wife? And why through the music channel?
GOD knows what! But if you know this Murali, or happen to speak to him or see him, please tell him thanks on my behalf for loving his wife. We womenfolk are truly saved!