Discussion in 'Non FIAT Cars and two wheelers' started by Sat-Chit-ananda, Jul 11, 2011.
LOL. But Cinju, I didn't get the connection wrt his post. Can you explain?
Dr.Sahib read this post. Klub Class is on TFI also i think.
By the way keep an eye out for a letter from MASA. Going by the level of your research, they might recruit you pretty soon. And ofcourse your official vehicle when working there would be the wonderful Dejire!
Mama ne nayi swift Car Li,
swift Car K Peche Likhwaya
"SAAWAN KO AANE DO"
Peche se truck Ne Thok Diya,
Truck Par Likha tha
"AAYA SAAWAN JHOOM KE"
too great Jayadev
HaHaHaHa. Thats the funniest poem I have ever read. I have just had my lunch. I am in pain after laughing so much.
:lol :lol :lol: :lol:
@Gurjinder- I hadn't seen Klub Class' post. Thats why I got confused. And yes, I know Klub Class from 4 different forums and facebook besides having his contact number. He is like a younger brother to me.
God that post was the most hilarious thing i ve ever read!!! Where do these guys come from??? the level of incompetence just surpassess/Transcends all levels of incompetecy and stupidity.. The quality of materials, the finish is much more better to the naked eye, the build quality > i mean comeon,even the mileage of the swift and the punto is at par....... makes my blood boil these comments. Been a long time since I posted on that forum, today I realise why!!! i just stick to my thread and move on. I have 2 Japanese cars in the family but comments like these are best for stand up comedians!!!Anyone interested hahahahahahaha.
Can someone translate that for me?
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superb dhoo dala
Very tough to translate.
Teky, let me translate the poem though it will lose that funny aspect but still:
Mama ne nayi swift li (uncle bought a new swift)
swift Car K Peche Likhwaya (he got the following written at the rear of swift)
"SAAWAN KO AANE DO" (Let the monsoon come)
Peche se truck Ne Thok Diya, (truck rear ended the swift)
Truck Par Likha tha (rear of the truck read the following)
"AAYA SAAWAN JHOOM KE" (monsoon has come with excitement)
Separate names with a comma.