Friday, May 09, 2008


A: So I quit baap.
B: Oho! now what it seems? What is plan of action now? velagiri?
A: Esss
B: You will become sadakchaap loafer re.
A: Amma! Don't call me sadakchap loafer. I prefer to be called a Roads Scholar
B: #$@%


footloose said...

roads scholar aa? means?

Australopithecus said...

Rhodes Scholar

footloose said...


hardly the comeback i expected from aus.

Cynic in Wonderland said...

heheheh educated in the streets of oxford eh? ( and igot rhodes scholar yayyyyyyyy)

Sheetal said...


This happened:

Uncle to young fella who is friend of son's: So you have brothers and sisters?
Boy: Yes sir. One brother and one sister.
U: Achcha what are they doing?
Boy: Well, brother is at MIT.
Uncle purses lips.
U: I see. And your sister?
Boy: Oh she's at Harvard.
Uncle's jaw drops, but he tries valiantly to keep expression within control.
Boy (chuckling): You know... Harvard Public School in Himayathnagar?

Sita said...

congrats! party kab?

Australopithecus said...

@sita: parsoon :P

Australopithecus said...

@sheetal: hehe..I can imagine..there is also oxford school well as a princeton engg. college..all in good ole hyderabad

Australopithecus said...

@cynic: alas on the streets of hyderabad and secunderabad only...:D

Australopithecus said...

footloose: what comeback..where did i go :P

Non-Sensei said...

heheh. not bad.
btw, if you are watching IPL live streaming on internet, you will see an ad with Irene smiling and telling you how proud she is to be an Oxford Graduate.

Then they show you seedy pics of Oxford College where you can study to be Dental Technician Level 1 (and 2!), Pharmacist Assistant, etc. Also, they have collaboration with Madinatul ul Loom school (separate classes for boys and garls)
Im thinking Roads is better.

Cynic in Wonderland said...

arre o samba ..kahaan gayab? said...

roads scholar, eh?? brilliant how's the roads scholar doing??

Gomes said...

oh god, the Roads Scholar one was such a killer that it actually forced me to leave a comment on your blog. I am usually more of a silent spectator. I thought kadi-jokes were dead until you brought back that brand of humour. Keep them coming!