My favourite song in Sillunnu Oru Kaadhal is Maja Maja. Definitely not the "best" (esp compared to New York Nagaram and Munbe Vaa), but my favourite! Find myself humming it all the time.. Rahman has interspersed the most adorable and interesting nuances throughout the song!SPB Charan is the luckiest dog in the world. Just for being SPB's son, he is gifted with a voice like his dad - unfair! How awesome he is beginning to sound these days! Wish he got many many songs!
One of my ex-colleagues whom I introduced to a matrimonial website is getting married via the same website. Hmm.. there is a thamizh proverb, "Ooraar piLLaiyai ootti vaLarthaal than piLLai thaane vaLarum", which means "If you nurture another's child, your child will grow up on his own".Some people very close to me freak out at the sight of white hair on their heads. Some at the sight of wrinkles on their forehead. What will ageing do to me, I wonder.
*sigh* Wonder if the same applies to, "Ooraar kaadhalai ootti vaLarthaal..." (If you nurture another's love..)
I was only used to women unknowingly revealing cleavage, and then adjusting hurriedly when they realised. Here, I see women using their cleavage to manipulate situations/people. I call this "power cleavage".At least one in every three cars with sari-clad women in them have a piece of the sari sticking out of the closed door.
There are other items in restaurants that are tasty apart from Chicken Fried Rice and Gobi Manchurian. Making it a point to eat as many different foods as possible.Are the guys at Google for real? The kind of things they come up with every now and then! (Check out: Google Labs) I think the chances of Google invading Earth are more likely than martians or extraterrestrials doing the same.
Can I just retire at 30? At the max, 35?