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Shy
02-09-2006, 04:45 PM
Ithu ellam konjam too much.. .. :doh:

http://img234.imageshack.us/img234/3135/gold3aq.jpg (http://imageshack.us)

Shy

emyesbee
02-09-2006, 04:46 PM
Yaaru ethu? :think:

Poramai ungalukku Shy :) :ee:

coolian
02-09-2006, 04:47 PM
:00: The jewelry has a face!!!!!

emyesbee
02-09-2006, 04:48 PM
The jewelry has a face!!!!!

:lol: :lol:

suha
02-09-2006, 04:52 PM
:00: :00: idhu enna idhu..... :oops: :evil:

lasik
02-09-2006, 05:05 PM
ayyo :00: :00: how she is bearing all these?
BTW shy, who r they?
etho edaikku edai dowry koduthrupaanga pola :wink:





lasik

suha
02-09-2006, 05:08 PM
haiyoo....adhu pathhalei bhaiyamma irukku :oops:

huh, bangles allavei :doh:

and andha haar :evil: ....jwelery shop ad koukurangalo :think:

vasan
02-09-2006, 05:11 PM
Yeah.. why is that dude wearing a suit? :doh: If the girl dresses up un traditional jewels and dress, shouldn't the dude do the same? :doh: :doh:

v-

emyesbee
02-09-2006, 05:14 PM
why is that dude wearing a suit?


Good question V :)

sri_gan
02-09-2006, 05:20 PM
weight lifting polam ivanga.

goodcomplanboy
02-09-2006, 05:32 PM
Thank god they let the face to show up :00:

Minnie
02-09-2006, 05:36 PM
are those gold or ????????
who is this guy and girl??????
evalo dowry vangi,bandhava snap'ku pose vera,evaneeeeeeeeeeeeeeee :evil: :evil:

vijitha
02-09-2006, 06:00 PM
damn.. she should wear one more.. chain..that goes up to her.. foot.......

goodcomplanboy
02-09-2006, 06:02 PM
damn.. she should wear one more.. chain..that goes up to her.. foot.......

you mean the one with the clamps which hold hands and legs with the chain in between :ahha: I guess that should be worn by that guy :ahha:

anainar
02-09-2006, 06:04 PM
Oh My God!!!!! I understand why Gold prices are skyrocketing!!!

Well, who cares, as long as her father, sitting on a pile of cash, converts into gold?? But does not suit her at all and I dont see any aesthetics in any of the jewellaries...

Cheers

Shy
02-09-2006, 06:22 PM
I got it as a FWD..

complete stupidity :doh: :doh:

poruthama irukanu paarthu podanum.. podanumenu potta ippadi thaan i guess.. :doh: :doh:

I am surprised how her neck is holding still :sm12: :sm12: :sm12:

Shy

anitam
02-09-2006, 07:02 PM
Surprised to see her smiling with all those weights... another malleshwari.

goodcomplanboy
02-09-2006, 07:08 PM
I am surprised how her neck is holding still

Surprised to see her smiling with all those weights... another malleshwari.

come on people. cant you see how its standing....

The guy is holding all the strings and knots with his left hand, right behind her :wink: :ahha:

sri_gan
02-09-2006, 07:31 PM
The guy is holding all the strings and knots with his left hand, right behind her


GCB,

ennamo nenga nina mari sollurenga :think: :sm12:

ns80
02-09-2006, 07:44 PM
karnan madiri kavasam pottukkalam. kannam freeya irukke, adhukku edhuvum kandupidikkaliya :sm12: indha ideas ellam andha ammani'ku sollungappa :ahha:

yogesh220
02-09-2006, 07:45 PM
Too much I say

yeah, we know you say too much shy, but dont worry too much about it, its only sometimes....... :ahha::ahha:

goodcomplanboy
02-09-2006, 07:59 PM
GCB,
ennamo nenga nina mari sollurenga

athuvaa varuthu enna seyrathu :ahha:

chinglees
02-09-2006, 10:28 PM
Ada raamaaaa :sm12:

Bluelotus
02-09-2006, 10:40 PM
how come her face is free of gold? :think:
she should have asked I would have told her about gold paint :ahha:

ns80
02-09-2006, 11:01 PM
blues,
I have another idea, how about gold armours, like the way they have in these gladiator movies. Just leaving an opening for they eyes alone for her to see

goodcomplanboy
02-10-2006, 12:24 AM
ennai maathiriye neraya peru think panreenga :wink:

Sruti
02-10-2006, 01:28 AM
kandravi...kevelama eruku...athule avo potrukure jewels ethuna nalla eruka...ellam waste......ene than kasu eruthalum epdeya nakai vankurathu.....kandaravi kandravi

avo moonjiku gold facial pani erupa :)

Minnie
02-10-2006, 01:38 AM
:00: :00: :Ksp: :Ksp: :Ksp: :Ksp: :Ksp:

Sruti
02-10-2006, 01:43 AM
ene achu micky epdi mulikirengo

emyesbee
02-10-2006, 02:49 AM
ene achu micky epdi mulikirengo


sruti - micky ennaiku sabatham eduthurukaangoo...onnu new topic start pannuvaangoo illati matha postla smilie symbols potu message pannuvaango appadithanae micky :) :ee:

Minnie
02-10-2006, 02:51 AM
:yes: :yes: :yes:
:sm12: :sm12:

emyesbee
02-10-2006, 02:57 AM
Micky

Rombathan :evil: :evil: (Shy mannichukongoo unga words use pannuren :) )

Minnie
02-10-2006, 02:58 AM
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

emyesbee
02-10-2006, 03:08 AM
:nono: :nono: :snooty: :snooty: :doh:

yasodha
02-10-2006, 03:21 AM
Shy how and where did u get that picture??? Avangalukkumattum ippadi naama comment adikarathu therinjathu avvalavuthaan ponga :fight: :fight:

san2003
02-10-2006, 03:30 AM
:00: :00: :00: :00: ellathukum oru allavu vendum

yasodha... enna ippidi bayamudatharinga? ... neenga antha ponnu'ku fren'a?? :think: :think: :Ksp:

chinglees
02-10-2006, 04:22 AM
Shy how and where did u get that picture??? Avangalukkumattum ippadi naama comment adikarathu therinjathu avvalavuthaan ponga :fight: :fight:


:00: yaar avanga...therinjaa naane avangala kepen :ahha:

yasodha
02-10-2006, 11:02 PM
avanga yaara iruntha namakku enna... mathavanga pathi nama yen comment adikkanum athaan appadi sonnen san and chinglees... :Ksp:

chinglees
02-10-2006, 11:10 PM
avanga yaara iruntha namakku enna... mathavanga pathi nama yen comment adikkanum athaan appadi sonnen san and chinglees... :Ksp:

:Ksp: :think: :P :ee:

vasan
02-10-2006, 11:41 PM
Nallaa narukkunnu naalu vaarththa kElunga, Yasodha.. aduththavangala paththi chummaa gossip.... inthaa vaal-pasanga rendupErukkum.. :sm12: :sm12: :P :P


v-

chinglees
02-10-2006, 11:48 PM
:sm12: :sm12:

lasik
02-11-2006, 12:01 AM
Nallaa narukkunnu naalu vaarththa kElunga, Yasodha.. aduththavangala paththi chummaa gossip.... inthaa vaal-pasanga rendupErukkum..


ayyo paavam, ippo thaan chings pesave start panirukaanga, athukulla ippadiya!!!!!


yasodha ungalukku antha ponna theriumaaa.... :Ksp: :think: illa therija avanga enga indha jewels
ellam order panninaanganu therinjukalamnu ketten (me on safer side :ahha: :sm10: )

lasik

ns80
02-11-2006, 12:11 AM
illa therija avanga enga indha jewels ellam order panninaanganu therinjukalamnu ketten

yaaroda wallet'o koodiya seekram thurumba elachu poga pogudhu :sm12: :sm12:

Minnie
02-11-2006, 02:46 AM
yasodha :yes: :yes: :yes: ,me too was thinking the same... :b: intha lasik,chings konjam poramai... :lol: :ahha: avangalla ivalo jewels poda mudiyalanu :ee:

lasik,therinji neegalum seyya poringhala,illa oru doubt athaan... :ahha: venna oru nalla goldsmith recommend pannatumma :ee:

emyesbee
02-11-2006, 02:56 AM
micky, yasodha - two sisters of JEWELY and atha paathu JOLLU....ennaku konjam LOLLU....Kutiraikku venum KOLLU

Minnie
02-11-2006, 03:01 AM
:evil: :evil: :sm20: :sm20: msb'naa me didnt understand one single word....
ofcourse,i know jollu,lollu but why these here :think:

yasodha
02-13-2006, 06:03 AM
yes, micky myself too confused with emyesbee's words.... emyesbee anna what anna???? I think ur words suit for lasik who is with so much of LOLLU :ahha:

Minnie
02-13-2006, 05:47 PM
yasodha :yes: :yes: ...but i didnt tell anything about lasik..pavaam meow :ahha:

emyesbee
02-13-2006, 06:01 PM
micky and yasodha neenga rendu perum antha ponnoda sistersunu soll avanthaen...athayae appadiyae namma TR panila konjam sonnen avlothan :)

Minnie
02-13-2006, 06:35 PM
:evil: :evil: :evil: ,for how many can i be sisters :think:
btw msb'naa,naa unga sis'na appo antha jewel party'um unga sis'a :think: ...

emyesbee
02-13-2006, 07:10 PM
:nono: :nono: :ee:

Priyam2004
02-13-2006, 10:03 PM
Ohhhh my god :00: :00: I guess no one told her abt gold sarees' :doh: He's not wearing a thing - not even a ring! :Ksp:

ns80
02-13-2006, 10:48 PM
for how many can i be sisters

neenga india'la ischool'la irundhappo pledge eduthadhillaya :think: adhula 'All indians are my brothers and sisters'nu varume :think:

dinesh
02-14-2006, 12:01 AM
OK....what I wanna know is, what business is this guy exactly in to deserve this much dowry? The max I knew about in real life was 1 Crore rupees, but looks like this would beat that too :ahha:

vasan
02-14-2006, 02:03 AM
OK....what I wanna know is, what business is this guy exactly in to deserve this much dowry?

ohhhwww... suddenly it became the guys fault? He has to win an olympic medal, does he, to deserve?? Come on... Lets say:

He is a rich dude worth 10 crores. His wife's parents have about 5 crores, and when they die, are not going to leave one penny to their daughter - but leave all the 5 crores to their lazy son.

Are you still cribbing about 1 crore jewellery? Social practices are what they are - and before questioning their 'meaninglessness' perhaps we should consider the 'deals' in their totality.

It is wrong and criminal to demand dowry. If the parents want to give 1 billion dollars to their only daughter as their wedding gift, why should the world care? They have and they give. We see, and must go back to our own business.

logical, and almost righteous v- :sm12: :sm12:

Minnie
02-14-2006, 02:11 AM
Thaatha,i agree to you..they have so they give...
but isnt the guys family ask for dowry first???the moment they like a girl the very next question is how much you are planning to give?Even if the girl is well educated,they do get dowry,so what can we do to such craps?If the girls family deny giving their demands,one thing for sure is NO MARRIAGE for their daughter.

vasan
02-14-2006, 02:21 AM
but isnt the guys family ask for dowry first???the moment they like a girl the very next question is how much you are planning to give?

Don't assume stuff, Minnal. Do you know if they asked? I know they do it in the movies.. but do you know if its how they do in every family in India??

Like I said - if the girl's have about 5 crores, do they give their daughter to a pauper, because he is educated? And does he demand this much jewellery? Also, do women get a share of family property in the end? If not why not? If she is not going to get any money in the end, why not when she is getting married??

We shouldn't just jump in and blame the guy and stone him to death - with out considering all the aspects of a social issue.

Demanding money, and torturing wife to get more is a crime worthy of life-imprisonment. I fully agree. But ask the right questions before you condemn a guy.

(Answer me this: If the guy is a multi millionaire, and its an arranged marriage, do you think the parents are going fix the daughter of their servant maid, because she is intelligent and pretty?? And if the girl is a billionaire do you think her parents will look at some lad who sells sundal in Marina beach?? In all sense finance plays as much importance - if not more- in these nonsense. Why only blame the guy and his parents then?? )

v-

vasan
02-14-2006, 02:22 AM
If the girls family deny giving their demands,one thing for sure is NO MARRIAGE for their daughter.

They have the money - but will leave every penny to their son, and nothing to their daughter. Such lovely parents. And whose fault is it ??

v-

Minnie
02-14-2006, 02:31 AM
Ok thaatha...this is not all happening in movies alone...
I tell this,it happened more recently--- Both guy and the girl is well educated,Its pakka arranged marriage.The guy was in US,and the girl in india.The girls parents said he will put such and such amount and jewels,but you know the guys parents just said,NO we need such and such cos this is how we are going to put for our daughter so we want our daughter in law to come equal.
The more than this the most worst reason which the guys parent said is my son is in US,i can demand more than this also.And you know something,when compared to girls status ( here i am telling money ),the guys level is bit less.Just cos the guy is a gem,the girls parents agreed.Ofcourse they are leaving very happy,still you know.I dont blame the guy/girl but the guys parents act so fool when it comes to marriage.
I would just say girls are buying guys giving lakhs to their parents.
What do you say????

coolian
02-14-2006, 02:49 AM
What do you say????
Erm...what did you say? :ahha:

vasan
02-14-2006, 02:50 AM
Well.. the story you have narrated is not new.. but my questions are these:

1) Both the guy and girl are well educated, you say. Shouldn't they have some sense? :evil: The guy is NOT educated, when he is letting his parents DEMAND money!! Like I said it is illegal in India. The girl is not educated, if she lets her parents be trampled all ove like this. Both are stupid people.

2) Its an arranged marriage. Why should the girls parents look for a guy from US? Why not some one from Chennai, for example?? The guys parents demand money - only because the girls parents are willing to do anything to get their daughter married to some joker from USA. WHY?? USA pasanga have a special gene-huh?? Whose fault is that?

3) Don't tell me the guy is a gem - when he is stupid enough to allow these sorta things.

4) If the girl is rich, is her parents going to leave some money at the end? So far as I know, MOST parents leave everything to their sons. If the girl is not going to get some money in the end - especially from their rich parents - why not some money when she gets married? At least the couple can start with a life little better than rock bottom? IT is unfair if the parents are going to leave all the money to their sons.

5) Guys demanding money. Rich girls paying money and buying 'worthy' husbands. Rich people making 'socially' equal partnerships. All ugly faces of most arranged marriages. Shame to say we are an advanced country - when guys and girls are bought/arranged/dealt with like a sack of potatoes in the vegetable market. But that has been my opinion for the last 100 years. And every one hates me for that.. :sm12: :ahha:

(Minnal.. Stand on your foot. Do what you like and know is correct. Mom and Dad are most of the time correct. But not always. Especially in these sorta things. If you know some one is wrong - including parents, friends or anyone, be sure to let them know what you think - politely, humbly but firmly and persuasively. :D ..rr.. rr.. sorry about the advice bit, sweetie.. :sm03: :sm03: comes with old age.. :sm03: forgive.. :sm03:)

v- :D

suha
02-14-2006, 03:06 AM
hahahhah haahhaha very funny very funnyy :lol: :lol:

huh why not they give all money to charaity :think: last time la idhulaam eduthuta poraa :Ksp:

lossu parents, lossu guy, lossu girl....ellorum lossu :sm12:

Minnie
02-14-2006, 03:09 AM
Well.. the story you have narrated is not new.. but my questions are these:

1) Both the guy and girl are well educated, you say. Shouldn't they have some sense? :evil: The guy is NOT educated, when he is letting his parents DEMAND money!! Like I said it is illegal in India. The girl is not educated, if she lets her parents be trampled all ove like this. Both are stupid people.

2) Its an arranged marriage. Why should the girls parents look for a guy from US? Why not some one from Chennai, for example?? The guys parents demand money - only because the girls parents are willing to do anything to get their daughter married to some joker from USA. WHY?? USA pasanga have a special gene-huh?? Whose fault is that?

3) Don't tell me the guy is a gem - when he is stupid enough to allow these sorta things.

4) If the girl is rich, is her parents going to leave some money at the end? So far as I know, MOST parents leave everything to their sons. If the girl is not going to get some money in the end - especially from their rich parents - why not some money when she gets married? At least the couple can start with a life little better than rock bottom? IT is unfair if the parents are going to leave all the money to their sons.

5) Guys demanding money. Rich girls paying money and buying 'worthy' husbands. Rich people making 'socially' equal partnerships. All ugly faces of most arranged marriages. Shame to say we are an advanced country - when guys and girls are bought/arranged/dealt with like a sack of potatoes in the vegetable market. But that has been my opinion for the last 100 years. And every one hates me for that.. :sm12: :ahha:

(Minnal.. Stand on your foot. Do what you like and know is correct. Mom and Dad are most of the time correct. But not always. Especially in these sorta things. If you know some one is wrong - including parents, friends or anyone, be sure to let them know what you think - politely, humbly but firmly and persuasively. :D ..rr.. rr.. sorry about the advice bit, sweetie.. :sm03: :sm03: comes with old age.. :sm03: forgive.. :sm03:)

v- :D


1) What do you expect a girl to say when her parents are so stubborn.Coming to the guy,he didnt know what his father spoke to the girls parent,he came to know all the happenings only after the marriage.

2) In india as long as the horoscope importance is given,,,such thinks happen.More guys rejected due to this stupid horoscope.

3) Still I would say the guy is a gem,cos i have seen how their are living.One more think,the guy still doesnt know how much jewel the girl has got still.

Whatever,hope my guy wont be like this :oops: if thats my case then i have to kottfy myself...

suha
02-14-2006, 03:17 AM
money vachi enna panna :think: why peopels only searching a rich guy :think:

ahha me married panna...poor guy pathu.. married pannuvein..... :ahha: :sm12: social service :sm10:

vijitha
02-14-2006, 03:30 AM
http://www.ideafinder.com/images/inventions/piggybank.jpg

I am collecting donation for my dowry.. you may put anything above 100$ U.S..
Thank You. kindly :ee: :oops:

tinker
02-14-2006, 03:33 AM
http://www.ideafinder.com/images/inventions/piggybank.jpg

I am collecting donation for my dowry.. you may put anything above 100$ U.S..
Thank You. kindly :ee: :oops:


Looks like ur collecting dowry from us :) ......

vijitha
02-14-2006, 03:39 AM
tinker paiya.. isdam enda podu.. chumma podara akkalayum kulappatha :evil:

tinker
02-14-2006, 03:44 AM
tinker paiya.. isdam enda podu.. chumma podara akkalayum kulappatha :evil:

Have heard the same words in front of temples ;) .....

vijitha
02-14-2006, 03:52 AM
:evil: :evil:

Minnie
02-14-2006, 04:00 AM
vijitha,unga near side'a ennakkum oru seat book pannungooooooooooo please

vijitha
02-14-2006, 04:06 AM
micky np :yes:

goodcomplanboy
02-14-2006, 06:58 PM
I am collecting donation for my dowry.. you may put anything above 100$ U.S..
Thank You. kindly

Simba better not ask any dowry from your parents :snooty: Otherwise, somebody is gonna get hurt real bad :snooty:

vijitha
02-14-2006, 07:10 PM
Simba better not ask any dowry from your parents :snooty: Otherwise, somebody is gonna get hurt real bad :snooty:


i am sure simba won't ask my parents.... but i will ask my parents.... don't wanna work after marriage.. wanna stay home and eat. so if i don't bring dowry simba will tell me to work :00: ...

goodcomplanboy
02-14-2006, 08:00 PM
but i will ask my parents.... don't wanna work after marriage.. wanna stay home and eat. so if i don't bring dowry simba will tell me to work

adi paavs :00:

dinesh
02-14-2006, 10:34 PM
OK....what I wanna know is, what business is this guy exactly in to deserve this much dowry?

ohhhwww... suddenly it became the guys fault? He has to win an olympic medal, does he, to deserve?? Come on... Lets say:

He is a rich dude worth 10 crores. His wife's parents have about 5 crores, and when they die, are not going to leave one penny to their daughter - but leave all the 5 crores to their lazy son.

Are you still cribbing about 1 crore jewellery? Social practices are what they are - and before questioning their 'meaninglessness' perhaps we should consider the 'deals' in their totality.

It is wrong and criminal to demand dowry. If the parents want to give 1 billion dollars to their only daughter as their wedding gift, why should the world care? They have and they give. We see, and must go back to our own business.

logical, and almost righteous v- :sm12: :sm12:

Vanakkam Thatha......I wasn't questioning how much money parents should leave their daughters in their will. I was rather talking about "dowry". I fail to see the point in parents giving money to their daughters when they get married. I mean I am not expecting to get dough from my parents just cos I am getting married. Instead I will make sure I am well off enough to be able to support a family. Is it wrong to expect it should be the same the other side of the coin?

vasan
02-14-2006, 11:24 PM
Vanakkam, D-.. :D (thamizh ponnungalla mariyaathai illaama koopida maathiri irukkaa? :P)


I was rather talking about "dowry".

rr.. Why assume it was dowry? Some crazy parents wishing tons of gold on their daughter, and some silly girl wearing unbelievable amount of gold.. it doesn't mean it was dowry..


Instead I will make sure I am well off enough to be able to support a family. Is it wrong to expect it should be the same the other side of the coin?

Perfect. :b:

Two people agreeing to do what they want to do - financially, emotionally and all the other things.... thats the totality of a marriage. :b:

v-

Bluelotus
02-14-2006, 11:37 PM
http://www.ideafinder.com/images/inventions/piggybank.jpg

I am collecting donation for my dowry.. you may put anything above 100$ U.S..
Thank You. kindly :ee: :oops:

:think: :think:

who is this simba person :think: is he in competition with my bro :ahha: hun...no dowry needed as long as you know how to open a pasta bake packet and follow instructions :ee:


nothing wrong with having tonnes of jewels...but I guess her sense of aesthetics simply doesn't coincide with that of the majority here... :oops:


blue.

PS: :00: Rc I thought you just needed a housekeeper/cook :ahha:

yasodha
02-14-2006, 11:37 PM
:lol:

dinesh
02-14-2006, 11:43 PM
PS: Rc I thought you just needed a housekeeper/cook
Did I say otherwise anywhere? :ahha: