Monday, December 31, 2007

Good starters for 2008

1. Think….there must be a better way!

2. Health is happiness

3. Problems are only solutions in disguise

4. Most problems are really the absence of ideas

5. Do your “SWOT” analysis today

6. Every stone can be a stepping stone

7. Nothing dies faster than a new idea in a closed mind

8. When you’re sure it’s good enough…improve it

9. The human mind is like a parachute, it only works when it is open

10. There is more to life than increasing its speed

11. Admitting you’re wrong is a modest way of showing you’ve grown a little wiser I liked this!

12. Do not wait for the best idea. Implement the better idea, still better and the best will follow

Love Letters: Find Your Perfect Date

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If Iraq won the war.......... !!

Sunday, December 30, 2007

Some One Liners

Men want 3 qualities in wives: Economist in kitchen, artist in home& devil
in bed. But they get artist in kitchen, devil in home& economist in Bed.

What is the difference between men and pigs?
Pigs don't turn into men when they drink.

Q: What's the difference between a good lawyer and a great lawyer?
A: A good lawyer knows the law. A great lawyer knows the judge.

Mother: So, you want to become my son-in-law?
Boy: Not really, but I don't see any other way to marry your daughter

There is a sign in the toilet of the Sex Change Clinic. It reads "We may
never piss this way again."

Q: Why dogs don't marry?
A: Because they are already leading a dog's life!

Q: What's the diff between mother & wife?
A: One woman brings into the world crying & the other ensures you continue
to do so

Boss: I'll give you 3000 per month and in three months, I'll raise it to
6000. So when would you like to start?
Santa: In 3 months.

A recent study showed that the average husband only actually speaks to his
wife about thirty-seven minutes each week.
Well, yeah, I can believe that, I mean just how long does it take to say
"Uh-huh" or "Yes dear" or "I'm sorry" ?

Pilot asking permission to land said, "Guess who?"
Controller switches the field lights off and replied, "Guess where!"

Saturday, December 29, 2007

Relationship Roadkill: 5 Ways to Get Over a Breakup, Fast!

After the last box of tissues is emptied, the tears have dried up, and the remaining pint of ice cream inhaled, you wonder: Now what? You're still not over the breakup, but you're finally ready to move on.

Everyone's heard the rule: Getting over the relationship takes half as long as the relationship itself. But sometimes you don't have months -- or even years -- to muddle through the getting-over process. Here are the top 5 ways to speed up the healing process:

1. Toss the Evidence
Whether it's a designer watch or one of those Cracker Jack box rings your ex found, your first order of business is to discard every little item that he/she ever gave you.

“Photos, letters, sweet post-its that say "I love you" -- all of this must be trashed.”

And that also goes for items you have hidden away. Even if no one else knows what's in your arsenal of romantic keepsakes, you'll know you're holding on to the past and it will take that you much longer to get over the breakup.

2. Don't Discuss It, Ever!

We've all been around people who can't stop talking about their exes. But don't be surprised to find out that more you talk about them, the harder it will to be to move on. The same goes for other people bringing up the topic. If someone asks how your ex is, refrain from ranting and politely tell them you haven't spoken in a while.

3. List Their Flaws

When we're in love, it's not uncommon to gloss over each other's flaws and inadequacies for the sake of keeping the peace. Of course, once you're out of the union, all bets are off.

“You're fully entitled to list of all their annoying qualities that drove you crazy.”

If they snored at night, ate with their mouths open, were rude to your friends, or laughed like a hyena, make sure you write everything down. The longer the list, the shorter your post-breakup recovery.

4. Be More Selective

There are two schools of thought: some people believe that the best way to get over someone is to get out and circulate, while others will tell you that dating too soon is a bad idea. The truth is if you go out and start dating every person who asks you, you're bound to end up on some disastrous dates and your ex will seem so much better in comparison.

“If you don't date at all, you'll risk sitting around and wallowing in a sea of boredom and despair.”

The key is to be very selective about your dates and only go out with singles who inspire you or, at the very least, won't send you running back into the arms of your ex.

5. Make Up for Lost Time

Even the best relationships require compromise, which is why you should make the first month out of the relationship all about YOU! Make a list of all the things you postponed or avoided doing because your ex hated it. Whether it's going to see a foreign film, watching ESPN, or planning a night out with your best buds, this is a great opportunity to get back in touch with those parts of your personality you may have left by the wayside.

The Breakup Test: 5 Questions to Ask Before Giving 'Em the Boot

Is it better to be the breaker-upper or the dumpee?

With so much attention being paid to those poor people dumped every year, no one ever takes time to think about what it's like to be the dumper. Hardly an enviable position, the decision to break up with someone can breed feelings of guilt, paralysis and depression.

To alleviate some of this anxiety, here's a list of 5 questions to ask yourself before you give someone the boot.

Question 1: Has There Been a Major Change in My Life?

“Relocation, career change, an illness -- any of these factors can trigger problems in a relationship.”

If you're stressed out about something, be it a job or family problem, it's all too tempting to generalize these feelings to include your partner. It's very easy to think that if you got out of this relationship you would feel better. In reality, you need to deal with the problem rather than blame it on your partner.

Question 2: What's My Happiness Ratio?

Being blissfully in love with your partner 24/7 is a wonderful concept in theory, but as we all know, real-world relationships rarely live up to these expectations. Many people assume that they have to be 100 percent satisfied with their partners in order to stick with them, but good luck ever finding this perfect scenario!

A better strategy would be to adopt the 80 percent rule. Ask yourself:

“Am I satisfied with my partner 80 percent of the time or more?”

If the answer is yes, then you're working with pretty good odds. If the answer is no, you may want to consider moving on.

Question 3: Is He/She Abusive?

Abusive behavior comes in many forms. There's physical abuse where someone hits, slaps or shoves you. A verbally abusive partner degrades you with harsh words and insults. And the most difficult to identify and pinpoint: psychological abuse. This form of abuse can involve overly controlling behavior, emotional blackmail, and episodes of extreme jealousy. If your partner engages in any of the above behavior, don't just walk -- run from the relationship.

Question 4: Have I Expressed My Frustration?

Many of us think that if our partner was right for us, he/she would be able to understand our needs intuitively without us ever having to communicate. While it would be great if our partners could just read our minds, the truth is that few of us are telepathic.

Good communication is required in every relationship.

“So before you give your partner their walking papers, make sure to discuss your doubts and concerns so they have a chance to make it up to you.”

So before you give your partner their walking papers, make sure to discuss your doubts and concerns so they have a chance to make it up to you.

Question 5: Am I Willing to Work at It?

Whatever your gripes or complaints, there's one factor that can make or break your union: your mutual desire to work on the relationship. If you're not both committed to improving your quality of life together, there's very little hope for the future.

And remember, actions speak louder than words. If both of you make a concerted effort to work on the relationship and make the necessary changes that are required, there's really no reason to call it quits.

Friday, December 28, 2007

Karol Bagh Hotels-Delhi

I got this Address in one of the Websites & thought of posting it.

I'm not sure with the given ad & i won't take responsibility if any thing happens...

Best Rates Guaranteed/ Special Rates in USD Only!

Hotel Specifications

Access from Airport: 14 kms. from Int Airport 10 kms from Domestic Airport from Railway Stn.: 3 km. from New Delhi Railway Station 5 km. from Old Delhi Railway Station. from Bus stand: 7 kms. from Inter State Bus Stand

12A/6, Saraswati Marg, W.E.A., Channa Market, Karol Bagh, New Delhi - 110 005


Hotel Metro City is centrally located, ideal for business class and week-end casuals. Rooms
34 Comfortable newly renovated elegant rooms with latest state of art


Facilities : Air Conditioned rooms, Color TV, maid service, telephone (Local/ISD) and your choice of multi cuisine food, 24 hrs running hot & cold water, free e-mail access, laundry courteous service, Banquet Hall for Conferences & Parties.

Cuisine Multi-Cuisine Restaurant, covering Indian, Chinese Mughlai & Continental dishes

Delhi's Hotel List.

Hotel accomodation, stay. Your initial thoughts when you start planning to get to any place. When you plan for Delhi, you start thinking of where to stay, whether the place is too far away from the airport? Does the hotel provide airport pick up? Can I get a decent place at a cheap rate and not in Paharganj?

Me & My Friend had plans to travel Delhi for a Business meet, then to take part in the Asia's Biggest Auto Expo to be held between 10th-17th of Jan 2008 at Pragathi Maidan & finally last but not the least to have a good week end travelling to Agra & back & to visit Historical Places of Delhi that we had studied during our High School Days.....

So I started a small home work of looking into travel & hotel accomodation...... & after 3 days of search..when it was still hard to get the Address of the hotels with Phone no, i requested my Cousin Sister from delhi to help me with searching for Hotel Accomodation & today i got this fabulous list of address of hotels starting from five star to Budget hotels & not to forget the Serviced, which are instant hit now a days as ppl can have total privacy of home with additional cost.

I have to Thank my Cousin Ms.Bhatnagar to have taken pains in getting the details.

Thank You Very Much.

Though my program got cancelled due to various problems, i'm happy to share the address with all of you.

Here is the most extensive list of Delhi hotels that you will probably find on the Web with their addresses, contact phone and fax numbers. Hope the Below Given Details will be of Much help of people who r searching for Hotel Accomodation at Delhi.

The hotels near the airport are marked with a .

If you want to stay near the city centre at a reasonable price but not in Paharganj,we recommend the YWCA International Guest House. Through our associates, we should be able to get you a reservation there and also have your airport pick up arranged. Just let us know through the travel advisor and we should be able to arrange it for you for FREE!.

5 S T A R D E L U X E ( Rs. 7000 - Rs. 80,000 )
The Ashok Palace
50 - B, Chanakyapuri
Tel : 91-11-600121
Fax : 91-11-6873216
Hyatt Regency
Bhikaji Cama Place
Tel: 91-11-6881234
Fax: 91-11-6886833
Hotel Le Meridien
1, Windsor Place
Tel: 91-11-3710101
Fax: 91-11-3714545
Barakhamba Avenue,
Connaught Place
Tel: 91-11-3320101
Fax: 91-11-3325335
Dr. Zakir Hussain Marg
Tel: 91-11-4363030
Fax: 91-11-4360484
Taj Palace
2, Sardar Patel Marg,
Diplomatic Enclave
Tel: 91-11-3010404
Fax: 91-11-3011252
Welcome Group Maurya
Sheraton Hotel & Towers

Diplomatic Enclave
Tel: 91-11-3010101
Fax: 91-11-3010908
The Park
15, Parliament Street
Tel: 91-11-3732477
Fax: 91-11-3732025
Taj Mahal
1, Man Singh Road
Tel: 91-11-3016162
Fax: 91-11-3017299
Park Royal
Nehru Place
Tel: 91-11-6223344
National Highway 8
Tel: 91-11-6137373
Grand Hyatt
Nelson Mandela Road
Vasant Khunj Phase II
Tel: +91 11 612 1234
Fax:+91 11 689 5891
5 S T A R ( Rs. 6000 - Rs. 40,000 )
Crowne Plaza Surya
New Friends Colony
Tel: 91-11-6835070
Fax: 91-11-6837758
Indra Gandhi International Airport
Tel: 91-11-5652223
Fax: 91-11-5652256
12, Aurangzeb Road
Tel: 91-11-3010211
Fax: 91-11-3010625
Tel: 91-11-3368625
Fax: 91-11-3368618
Qutab Hotel
Off Sri Aurobindo Marg
Tel: 91-11-6521010
Fax: 91-11-6968287 / 6960828
Hotel Kanishka
19 Ashok Road,
Tel: 91-11-3344422
Fax: 91-11-3368242
Vasant Continental
Vasant Vihar
Tel: 91-11-6871555
Fax: 91-11-6873842
3, Rajendra Place
Tel: 91-11-5712501
Fax: 91-11-5781016
Kautilya Marg, Chanakyapuri
Tel: 91-11-603030
Fax: 91-11-6887047
The Bristol Hotel
108-110 Sikanderpur,
Gurgaon-Faridabad Road
Tel: 91-124-356030, 356031
Uppal's Orchid
National Highway 8, Near the IGI airport
New Delhi – 110037.
Tel: 91 11 2506 1515/5151
The Metropolitan Nikko
Bangla Sahib Road
New Delhi
Tel: 91 11 52500 200
4 S T A R ( Rs. 3500 - Rs. 9000 )
Hotel Janpath
Tel: 91-11-334 0070
Fax: 91-11-332 7083
Oberoi Maidens
7, Shyam Nath Marg
Tel: 91-11-3975464, 3890505
Fax: 91-11-2915134
The Hans Plaza
15 , Barakhamba Road.
Hotel Alka
16/90 , Connaught Circus.
Hotel Diplomat
9, Sardar Patel Marg
Fax :3018605
3 S T A R ( Rs. 1200 - Rs. 3800 )
Hotel Ranjit
Maharaja Ranjit Singh Marg,
Tel: 91-11-323 1256
Fax: 91-11-323 3166
Lodhi Hotel
Lala Lajpat Rai Marg,
Tel: 91-011-436 2422
Fax: 91-011-436 0883
Sujan Singh Park,
Tel: 91-11-4632600
Fax: 91-11-4632252
37 Shaeed Bhagat Singh Margh
Tel: 91-11-3364225
Fax: 391-11-361757
L - Block Connaught Circus
Tel: 91-11-3322419
Fax: 91-11-3324669
C - 135, Sector 2, Noida
Tel: 91-11-8526512
Fax: 91-11-8551069
14, Mathura Road
Tel: 91-11-4699583
Fax: 491-11-647442
Hotel Sobti
2397-98, Hardhian Singh Road , Karol Bagh,
Centre Point
213, Kasturba Gandhi Marg,
Tel.: +91 11 3324805, 3329124, 3324478, 3354304-08
Fax : +91 11 3329138
2 S T A R ( Rs. 1200 - Rs. 3000 )
Hotel Indraprastha
Formerly Ashok Yatri Niwas
19, Ashok Road
Tel: 91-11-332451
Fax: 91-11-3324253
Hotel Broadway
4/15A , Asaf Ali Road.
Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar
Tel: 91-11-6436451
Fax: 91-11-6430086
Hotel Oasis
HD- 8 , Pitampura,
New Delhi 110 034.
Hotel Regal
S.P. Mukherjee Marg.
Manor Hotel
77 , Friends Colony West.
Tera Hotel and
Restaurant (Pvt.) Ltd.

2802 , Bara Bazar , Kashmiri Gate.
Hotel Flora
Dayanand Road , Daryaganj
Hotel Asian International
Janpath Lane,
Tel: +91 11 334 0101, 334 1636
Fax: +91 11 334 0202
Hotel Hilton Palace
C-91, Shanker Road,
New Rajinder Nagar
Tel: 5788317,5788318,5731396, 5731397
Fax: 91- 11-5739849
B U D G E T A C C O M O D A T I O N ( Rs. 450 - Rs. 1500 )
YWCA International Guest house Parliament Street.
Tel: +91-11-3361561, 3361662, 3361740, 3361970.
Fax: 3341763.
YWCA Blue Triangle Family Hostel:
Ashoka Road,
Near Parliament Street.
Tel.: +91-11-3360133, 3361517, 3735138.
YMCA Guest House:
Jai Singh Road,
Near Parliament Street.
Tel: +91-11-3361915.
AMIT Guest House
H 35/3, Connaught Circus.
Tel/fax: +91-11-3322043.
Hotel Step In International
3/6, D. B. Gupta Road,
Hotel Ajanta
36, Arakashan Road,
Ram Nagar.
Hotel Tourist
Ram Nagar,
(Near New Delhi Railway Station)
Tel : 7510334 (7 Lines)
Fax: 3559418
27, Sant Nagar
Near Nehru Place
Tel 641 5005 /622 5572
Fax - 622 8677.
E-mail -
Tourist Holiday Home
Seven Link Road, Jangpura, N
Tel :4328135, 4315750, 4327810, 4327546
Fax : 4311764
Hotel The Nest
Corner House, 11 Qutab Road,
Ram Nagar
Agra Hotel
16 , Daryaganj.
Bharat Hotels Limited
Barakhamba Avenue ,
Connaught Place.
Hotel Fifty-Five
H-55 , Connaught Circus.
Hotel Host Inn
F-33, Connaught Place.
Lakshmi Hotel
6/65 Gurdwara Road,
Karol Bagh
Tel: +91-11-574 5998.
Hotel Kabeer
3/4 , Arakashan Road .
Hotel Southern
18 / Arya samaj Road ,
W.E. A. Karol Bagh.
Hotel Syal
43, Arakashan Road, Ram Nagar.
Silver Oak
B-46, Soami Nagar.
Youth Hostels Association of India
Nyaya Marg, ChanakayaPuri.
Tel: +91-11-3016285.
Fax: +91-11-37393469
Hotel Classic
17A/59, W.E.A, Karol Bagh
Opp. Jessa Ram Hospital,
Gurudwara Road,
New Delhi-110005.
Ph: +91-11-574 6060, 574 7070, 578 8080
Fax: +91-11-575 7767
The Residency Resorts
USI Premises
Rao Tula Ram Marg,
OppSignals Enclave
Delhi Cantt.
Tel:91-11-6151228, 6151229
Hotel White Castle
1-C, Court Road,
Civil Lines
Yatri House
3/4 Rani Jhansi Road
Tel: 3625563, 3545885, 3545691
Enkay Condominiums
Studio apartment: Rs 7,000 per month; 3-bed Standard Rs 27,000 p.m. Superior Rs 45,000 p.m.; Deluxe Rs 55,000 p.m.
Tel : +91 -11 - 4105815, 4105816
Radiant Apartments
1-bed: Rs 67,500 p.m; 2-bed: Rs 94,500 p.m; 3-bed (presidential): Rs 1,08,000 p.m.
Tel : +91 -11 -6514693/95
Ahuja Residency
3-bed: Rs 3,000-3,500 per day
Tel : +91 -11 -4611027
USI Residency Resorts
3-bed: Rs 4,500-5,000 per day
Tel : +91 -11 -6155551

Furnished Flats
lush gardens, 2 bedrooms, 3 units. Long/ Short Term.
E - mail facility, Fax, Telephone, Complete with luxurious bed and bath linen, Luxury sofa set, Carpets and rugs, Air conditioners, Refrigerator, silverware, utensils, gas range, Electrical power backup (Inverter), Cable TV, Oven and mixi, Barbecue Equipment, Medical Facility, Water filter
Mrs Madhu Gopal, 37 Anandlok, N Delhi-49
Phone / Fax : 011-6251543
Greenhouse Apartments
3 bedroom apartment, fully furnished on daily/weekly/monthly basis
181-E Sainik Farms, New Delhi 110 062
Fax: 2913496
Avalon Resorts
2 1/2 (?) bedroom apartments withfully operational Kitchen equipped with microwave, Refrigerator and food items. Every apartment has its own TV and Music system. Weekly rental. Rs 21,000 - Rs 35,000 per week, per apartment.
Mehrauli - Gurgaon Road.
Manglapuri, New Delhi 110 030.
Tel : 6805083, 6805106.

Holiday Apartments
Fully furnished Studio, 1-4 bedrooms. Long/ Short Term.
Kitchen, airconditioners, telephone, fax, safe, refridgerators, gas ranges waterfilter, cable tv, music systems, exercise machines, laundry, cleaning and attendant services.
Tel: 6142501, 6143316, 6143327.
Mobile: 9811039441

Amazing Snaps!

Wonderful Quote for the Day!

Take a Turn!!!!!!

The bend in the road is not the end of the road


you refuse to take the turn .

Thursday, December 27, 2007

No Bird Soars Too High If He Soars His Own Wings

Birds of Paradise ( Papua New Guinea)

Four Types of 'Male Sex

A famous sexologist was giving a lecture in front of a big crowd.

"There are 4 kinds of men when it comes to sex.

The first kind does it every day. You can usually recognize him by his
masculine body and the constant smile on his face.
Do we have anyone like this in the audience?"

A man got up from the audience and he fitted the description: Big firm
body with a smile on his face.

"Then there is the second kind. They have sex once a week.
They also have a generally happy mood, and look pretty good,
but of course not as good as the first kind.
Is there any one of them here tonight?".

A second man got up, and he too fitted the description.

"The third kind do it once a month.
They are chubby and usually grumpy.
Anyone of them here?".

The man that raised from his chair looked exactly like the expert claimed.

"And then there is the 4th kind. They do it once a year. They usually
have a big belly, but the thing that is most typical is that they are
in a constant state of depression.

I know it would be hard for him to admit,
but if there is one of those in the audience, please rise".
A fat and short man stood up, but in contrary to the experts
prediction, he looked very cheerful.

"You do it only once a year?", the expert asked.
"Yes, only once a year".

"So why are you so happy?", demanded the expert.
"Well", said the man, cheeringly, "Tonight is the night!"...

Why Indian Mom's r the best

A young Indian man excitedly tells his mother he's fallen in love and that
he is going to get married.

He says, "Ma, I'm going to bring over 3 women and you try and guess
which one I'm going to marry."

The mother agrees.

The next day, he brings three beautiful women into the house and sits them
down on the couch and they chat for a while.

Later, he says,"Okay Ma,guess which one I'm going to marry."

She immediately replies, "The one on the right."

" That's amazing, Ma. You're right. How did you know?"

The Indian mother replies, " I don't like her " ....!!!!!!!!!! ;-)

Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Christmas Dating Disasters

If misery does love company, or if you just need a jolt of laughter, check out this list of five outrageous Christmas gaffes, and get some tips for recovering in case you commit them, too.

And, just as a point of reference, in my family the gaffe of the century occurred when my date, someone I’d been seeing a few months, came over a few days before Christmas. We were all drinking eggnog, and he kept offering to fill empty glasses. We thought he was being mannerly. It wasn’t until he passed out in the bathroom that we surmised he’d been adding a splash of whisky to his nog each time he went to refill a glass. You better believe he learned his lesson, and that was the end of his nog consumption that Christmas season.

Christmas gaffe: Heather from London, had just started dating someone before the Christmas. “When I went over on Christmas Eve, his parents had gotten me a little gift. Nothing big, but I hadn’t brought them anything. His mum pulled me up on it! She said something like, ‘Oh, I’m sorry for getting you something. I assumed you two were in the type of relationship where you would do the same.’”
Tip: If you’re a guest, always take something, even if it’s just cocktail napkins. The gesture is more important than the gift.

Christmas gaffe: Here’s another reason why gift-wrapping shouldn’t be saved till the last minute. Mark from Oxford admits he isn’t the most organised guy. “I was in a rush before Christmas and quickly wrapped presents for the woman I was dating and her parents,” he recalls. “I’d gotten her a gift card to a fancy lingerie store, and her parents gift cards from their favourite shops. Unfortunately, I put the wrong card on the presents, so she got a card from a fishing shop, her mum got the lingerie. At least her dad didn’t mind his card from the bookstore.”
Tip: “Ever since that day, I’ve wrapped presents and put the cards on immediately,” Mark notes. Identifying gifts properly becomes especially important, we note, when lingerie is involved.

Christmas gaffe: “My new man’s parents announced they’d be making an impromptu visit, the night of my annual Christmas dinner party,” recalls Dana from Birmingham “There’s always room at my table, so I invited them to attend.” Too bad no one mentioned that the parents in question didn’t eat pork for religious reasons. “Imagine my horror (and theirs) when they saw me getting ready to bring out pork loin. Luckily, I had a couple of filets I had in the freezer and dinner was only served 30 minutes late.”
Tip: “From now on,” Dana says, “I always ask about dietary restrictions before guests come over!” And if you or your relatives are the ones with the dietary restrictions, by all means, speak up.

Christmas gaffe: A lively debate is one thing… getting up on a soapbox is another, as Susie from Glasgow found out. She thinks Christmas is an over-rated Christmas. “I was ranting against the commercialisation of Christmas, railing against people who lavish tons of gifts on their families and friends,” she says. “The bloke I was dating got really quiet and when I asked what was wrong, he told me I’d just described how his family celebrates Christmas and that it was his favourite holiday.”
Tip: “My Grandma was right,” Susie says. “Never talk about religion or religious observances!” especially if you have a strong and/or negative opinion. Christmas times just aren’t the right time to air those beliefs.

Christmas gaffe: You might want to be on your best behaviour, especially when it comes to your table manners, at this time. “I thought people only cared about this on Seinfeld, but I got caught double-dipping at my date’s Christmas party and she flipped,” says Dave from York. “She threw out the dip and apologised to her friends. I decided it was time to leave, the party and the relationship.”
Tip: OK, OK: So Dave’s girlfriend perhaps had an unnaturally strong reaction. But that said, you can’t go wrong being overly cautious about table manners. Never re-dip after you take a bite. Don’t commit a boarding-house reach right across the table to get at those biscuits. And commenting that you’re so full you could burst after a big Christmas meal probably won’t win you brownie points, either.

Learn from these people’s miscues and hopefully you’ll avoid making any embarrassing mistakes during your Christmas interactions. Here’s to a season full of harmony and good cheer!

Management Funda

Raj A new vacuum cleaner salesman knocked on the door on the first house of thestreet. A tall lady answered the door.

Before she could speak, the enthusiastic salesman barged into the living room and opened a big black plastic bag and poured all the cow droppings onto the carpet.

"Madam, if I could not clean this up with the use of this new powerful vacuum cleaner, I will EAT all this *&*!*&!" exclaimed the eager salesman.

"Do you need chilli sauce or ketchup with that" asked the lady.

The bewildered salesman asked, "Why, madam?"

"There's no electricity in the house..." said the lady

MORAL: Gather all resources before working on any project and committing
to the client.

Live Landing

You have seen photograph of plane, landing at St.martin's Airport in
the Carribean island.
Now you can see them in video recording.

747 Landing You can jump up and almost touch the damn thing.

Train running through Bangkok Market.

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