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October 16, 2011

Yeah, I know, so cliché!! These days, every blogger uses the same words when they resume blogging after a looong gap; either as the title of their post or as the opening line!

Well, in my case, I didn’t take a break from blogging because I didn’t have anything to write. Infact, I had a few posts lined up and had also written and saved them. But then, one fine morning, actually evening, after getting back from school, my laptop refused to switch on. After repeated attempts of trying to make it work (I even tried the traditional banging-the-laptop technique), I took it to its authorized service center. The guy over there mumbled something in ‘technology’ and all I understood was ‘corrupted OS’. I begged, pleaded and must have also shed some tears asking him to save all my data – I had two photo albums, a couple of videos which I was working on, those blog entries, and a couple of my recordings which were left to edit, all in my desktop and with no backup ! But the bugger said ‘no’ with a sadistic smile! On the same day my bike, for some reason, didn’t want to take me along with it and I had to leave that also for service.

I still had my wifi connection at home though and kept accessing the net through my mobile; that’s when I was active in FB. Something happened to our phone lines and two days later, I lost that luxury too. For almost a week, it remained that way, with absolutely no sign of getting fixed. There was just two more weeks for me to shift to Kochi (yeah, even that happened!) and I decided to cancel the connection, rather than calling the customer service as an everyday routine. My bike was still in the service center and didn’t hear from those laptop guys too (couldn’t call them and enquire the status because the number in the bill was incorrect). No bike, no laptop, no internet; totally stuck ! The day I received my bike, I went straightaway to check the status of my laptop and those idiots, apparently, had fixed it long ago and forgot to call me. The laptop was more like a vegetable, it just had a trial version of the OS and it required an online connection to get activated and not to forget, I also had to download the drivers. The relocation to Kochi was to happen anyway in a few days, so didn’t bother to get a data card for internet.

My adventure with the service centers continued in Kochi as well. A week after reaching Kochi, my phone was the first to give me trouble. The moment I switch it on, the stupid thing gets stuck with no display or sound. According to the mobile service fellas, the one of the board’s parent, mother or father, passed away and I would have to pay 75% of the mobile’s cost to get bring that parent back to life; yeah, like I am crazy to pay that much!! Next in line was the bike – oh yeah, again. Those TVS guys in Trivandrum totally destroyed my bike which was once upon a time happily riding in Chennai. After receiving my bike, it was my laptop’s turn to drive me nuts. It crashed once again and carried it once again to an authorized service center. And, it was only then I realized that those Trivandrum HP guys had replaced my monitor; I used to have a monitor with a built in webcam and now I don’t!! Yeah, so much for authorized service centers!! Anyway, the day I brought the laptop back home, my external hard disk crashed!  The hard disk was the only source of backup I ever had. I would’ve gone to depression if anything happened to all those data and so was ready to go any extent to get it fixed.  After a three week long struggle with the service center, I got my external hard disk and just when I thought that the good days were about to return, my bike came up with a new problem. Petrol was leaking from the tank like water pouring out of an overflowing tank; again, something which the Trivandrum TVS guys were responsible for. I just left it at a nearby workshop this morning and I am expecting to receive it sometime this week.

Exciting, isn’t it? If reading the above two paragraphs was confusing enough, just imagine what I would’ve gone through. There were times when I had this strange feeling that somebody, somewhere is playing that supposedly funny game ‘Axe your Ex’ with me 😀 😀 😀 😀  Sigh! I am eagerly looking forward to the next stuff that is going to enter the ‘give-poor-vimal-a-headache’ bandwagon!

Ok now, to answer the question, what am I doing in Kochi ? Nobody asked, eh? But you know what, I don’t care. This is my blog and I will write whatever I want; so there !!!

What attitude, no? Blame it on my school, folks!! Attitude – the trait that I hate the most in people, and a subject which my school is interested in teaching me these days. The other important subject is politics. There is something about keralites and politics, guess it runs in our blood; we can see our people playing ‘political’ games in school, college, office and at times, even in our house. Honestly, I am least interested in it because I don’t understand these subjects and try my best to stay away from all such classes. I am not kidding, but the students in my school are also graded based on their attitude and performance in politics. Obviously, my grades are low because of the poor attendance and the ever increasing arrears in both  the subjects! Oh, forgot to mention, I am still in the same school with the same students and teachers around; just that I got a voluntary transfer to another branch.

Kochi , as they say, is a happening place and a lot better than Trivandrum in terms of the amenities, but certainly, way behind Trivandrum in terms of the roads and cleanliness.  And oh, atlast, I got to see a shopping mall that is not Big Bazaar! The most important aspect for me in a city is its people and I must say I have had some real bad experiences with the people in Trivandrum; I am glad that people are a lot lot civil here. A Trivandrum fanatic would disagree, but having stayed in various parts of Kerala, I can easily make out the difference. Probably, I am wrong, but that is how I feel. Kochi is overcrowded, I agree, and the traffic, sometimes, gets onto my nerves. And guess what, the city is blessed with a lot of swimming pools which we need to dodge and drive while we are on the roads. Not that I love this place so much, but Kochi happens to be just three hours from where my parents live. Moreover, this is also the Missus’ native, and now that she has friends and relatives around, I don’t have to give her all my attention and time. As it is, I had only a few hours left in my life after my hectic school schedules and so, you can imagine!! Speaking of friends, remember this ?

“It was my first day in Trivandrum. Srijith had come to pick me up at the station. After helping me with the luggage, and before even getting into the car, he said, “Daaa, theres a bad news, I am moving out of Trivandrum in 15 days. I got a good offer in Cochin” !!! The weather was already so damn gloomy and it was like a perfect movie situation; I could actually feel a cool breeze of air caressing my skin and touching my scalp. In a few hours, it started raining cats and dogs which continued for days, flooding certain areas of Trivandrum for the first time.”

And so, my best friend is also here. The poor guy has been a helping hand ever since I arrived and is literally trapped !!! Buhahahahaha ! On a different note, it rained like crazy for almost a week when I reached Kochi too and like always when I reach a new city, people said “ooohhh, you know, it hasn’t rained like this ever !”. Don’t know why it happens all the time, but the moment I relocate to a new city, it pours and pours and pours and…. The same happened when I first set my foot in Chennai, way back in 2001, that too during the month of June !!

Anyway, if you think any of the ‘aforementioned’ are the only reasons that made me move to Kochi, then, naaaahhh! The missus’ parents have a house here that’s been unoccupied for a while, and when you get a rent free accommodation in the city’s prime location, isn’t that deal a steal or what!! I have been receiving comments on this decision of mine, but I really don’t care because I still haven’t given those people the mantle of my life.

And guess what, these days, I am very careful with my anti-marriage comments because all it requires for her to shut my mouth is a “Get outta my house”!!! Who am I kidding, eh? Will a lion ever stop roaring just because it caught cold once? Buhahahhahaha!!  Oh wait, IHM, you should mention about this in one of your ‘Joru ka Ghulam’ posts and ensure that V-Lokam get some extra hits ! 😀 😀 😀 😀

That’s it from me; let me go and reply to the comments for my previous post; the one I published 3 months ago 😛 😛

82 Comments leave one →
  1. October 16, 2011 4:44 pm

    Oh my oh my
    What cani say to that..

    So u in a happening place well done you….

    I would have asked you to come to uk but not right now we dont need rain here its already very cold at the moment….

    And yeah good way to get traffoc. Say something like that and ask IHM to post and alll those commenta yeeeee haaaa…

    Good to see you backk…take care

    • October 18, 2011 9:59 pm

      Guess what, it rained when I first came to the UK also 😛 😛 😛

      yeah, glad to be back in the blogosphere ! 🙂

  2. Count Bratula permalink
    October 16, 2011 4:59 pm

    Just imagine if ur wordpress account also got hacked n crashed somehow 😀 😀

    • October 18, 2011 9:59 pm

      LOL, and I wouldnt have even known about it and imagine somebody publishing posts here on my behalf !! 😀 😀 😀

  3. Count Bratula permalink
    October 16, 2011 5:20 pm

    Pinne regarding tht yakshis curse on u.I will tell you how to reverse tht. All u gotta do is burn some posters of tht stinky Johnny depps posters in his brandan kollakaran pirate avatar along with 2 pairs of paragon hawai chappals. Once u have burnt it ,collect the remaining ashes and sprinkle it with unholy water (Kochi tap water will also do) and then make round balls of it and place it inside an earthern pot next to ur wall.Wait for a while and If u see any suspicious looking pakshis flying past ur house,shoot them down and make sure it lands right inside the pot.If it falls inside the pot and the pot gets cracked then you are safe man. After tht the curse will be reversed and we can continue making fun of tht ‘Mammookoya wannabe’ forever!! Muhahahahhaha!!

  4. October 16, 2011 5:21 pm

    What?? It rains wherever you go? Well imagine the plight if you and my husband together land at a place! It will be washed away in floods!
    Glad to here you are still alive and kicking but in Kochi.

    • October 18, 2011 10:08 pm

      nghey??? angerum inganeyaano ??? njangalude oru kaaryamey !! 🙂 ya, glad to be in kochi; avasaaanam varey ningal enikku treat thannillaaa !!! 😦

  5. Count Bratula permalink
    October 16, 2011 5:30 pm

    I think u should go to somalia man.They might declare u as their king or even better..their rain-god! And then i could also join u n start up a fraaaaad umbrella business there 😀

  6. October 16, 2011 7:03 pm

    Welcome back, Vimmuuu! Damn good to her from you.

    Seems nothing worse can happen at ur end now, given the incidents with your bike, laptop n internet!

    Wish you were regular on the posts……. hopefully from now on

    • October 16, 2011 7:04 pm

      And I’m within #10

      Yaaaaay 🙂

    • October 18, 2011 10:23 pm

      Nothing worse?? Im anticipating bigger ones in the coming days !! 😀 😀 😀

      and being within 10 here is no longer a big deal! Most of my regulars are absconding !! 😛

  7. October 16, 2011 8:19 pm

    Thank god….! Will come back to read!

  8. October 16, 2011 11:12 pm

    🙂 So the whole universe conspired to keep you away from the ‘virtual’ world 🙂

    It rains everytime you go to a place? Please, please, please never come here 🙂 We get more than our share of rains anyway 🙂

    The silver lining sure is that you can no longer getaway with your anti marriage comments 🙂 Am sure your wife must be loving being in Kochi – in every possible way 🙂

    • October 18, 2011 10:26 pm

      I have my doubts on certain bloggers regarding that conspiracy ! I heard the Don came back during my absence !! 😀 😀 😀

      Remember my travelogue, it rained while I was there in the UK, na ? 😀 😀 😀

      Didnt you read my comment about the roaring lion ?? Buhahahahha (cough! cough!)

  9. October 17, 2011 4:56 am

    This post sounds like one of those where the husband tries to give long explanations for coming back home late :mrgreen: Now tell us what was your actual reason for staying away from blogging? 👿 😈

    Haa you and me should start a business together where we can just walk over to a parched place and collect money for bringing in the rains along with us 😆 Btw in my case it usually rains for days and months the first time I go to a place and then just like that the rain stops 😥 is it the same for you too eh?


    Ps: Do we have to say Welcome Back? you know so that we can get some comments back on our blogs from you? 😉

    • October 18, 2011 10:32 pm

      You got this from that ??? 😛 😛 😛 I actually pity your hubby now ! paavam manushyan ! Ok ssshh…let me go back to denial mode !

      oh no, for you too, eh ? did you read Rakesh’s suggestion above ? We should go to Somalia; I can be the king and you the queen !!! Together, we can….you know…you know….drive Brat away !!!

      that deppan chekkan is your God??? I demand a temple for Maamukkoya now !!!

      PS : for that, you need to be regular in blogs !! 😀 😀 😀

  10. October 17, 2011 7:23 am

    so by the way why did you move to kochi ! 😛 😛 😛 !

    and did you by any chance delete your fb account ?

    • October 18, 2011 10:34 pm

      Seriously, do you want me to answer your first question ?? 😛 😛 😛

      I have temporarily deactivated my FB account; your himalaya trip snaps were spamming my page ! 😀 😀 😀

  11. October 17, 2011 3:54 pm

    Some days are like that, whatever we do, wherever we go, our work will not be done but collapse badly!

    So, Trivandrum is that bad, is it?!

    Come back to Chennai, we need ‘cat & dogs’ rain!

    Keep posting hereafter regularly, vimmuuu! I thought you would have forgotten to add 3 ‘u’s to your name by now!

    • October 18, 2011 10:38 pm

      and for me, it was not ‘some’ days, it was 2 months and waiting for more ! 😀 😀 😀

      No, Trivandrum isnt bad ! There are positive sides to it too; its one of the cleanliest and the least polluted city I have even been to! 🙂

      The last time I was in chennai, it was raining like crazy; sometime in September 🙂 🙂

      LOL ! I hope I could be as regualar as how I was once upon a time. What to do; priorities !! 😦

  12. Apar permalink
    October 17, 2011 6:54 pm

    So you are in Kochi!!! Was wondering where you disappeared!! A says a big hello to you and asked you to take care of the bike (maybe he remembers you took him on it?!?! )

    Keep in touch 🙂

    • October 18, 2011 10:38 pm

      oh, how can I forget the Dhoom song !! 😀 😀 😀

      Yup, shifted here in August, was in TVM till then ! 😀

  13. Sindhura permalink
    October 17, 2011 7:01 pm

    I enjoyed your posts. When you were away from your blog, I read most of your older posts. I have now subscribed your blog. I will keep track of your blogs henceforth. I so very much want a blog of my own now.

    Your blogs have been a dose of laughter 🙂 Continue writing interesting stuff !!

    • October 18, 2011 10:40 pm

      Welcome to V-Lokam and thanks for stalking me while I was away 😛 😛 😛

      Jokes apart, thanks for being a part of V-Lokam. Looking forward to your blog someday 🙂

  14. October 17, 2011 7:22 pm

    whew!! Welcome back Vimmuuu!
    What an adventure you’ve had! Good to have you back! 🙂

    • October 17, 2011 7:22 pm

      Oh and yea, why did you move to Kochi?! 😛

      • October 18, 2011 10:41 pm

        I have told you so many times, do not talk to Dhiren bhaiyya !! bad influence !!! 😀 😀 😀 😀

  15. October 18, 2011 12:39 am

    Laptop OS is a trial version? Man, you should install Linux Mint on a second partition and set up dual boot. External hard-disk also fails along with laptop hard-disk crash? Now that’s something very serious! It happens to only one in 1000000000 people and you are that! Are you growing virus or what? 🙂

    Destination Infinity

    • October 18, 2011 10:43 pm

      Its not a trial version anymore; it was ! 🙂 and heyyy, my external hard disk crashed as soon as I got back my laptop; it didnt happen at the same time !! Sigh !!!

      Virus..hmm..starts with v too !! 😀 😀 😀

  16. October 18, 2011 9:55 am

    Glad to know you are alive 🙂
    I have something in common with you 😀 In my case, my external hard drive crashed and then my laptop crashed and I lost lot of data. I had been making lot of trips to get my lappy fixed.
    Missed your posts!

    • October 18, 2011 10:44 pm

      Evil eyes Avada, I tell you !!! They are all around us !! 😀 😀 😀

      All the best for the service center visits ! 😛

  17. October 18, 2011 12:35 pm

    LOL SHould agree!!!! I was actually SUPER glad to see you back…I dont know how u ALWAYS manage to get entangled in looads of problems – but u knw they say – aarande ammade praanthu kaanan nalla shelaannu :D.
    As to why the cities pour n ur reallocation – guess ud knw it by now – what else can it do but cry on the misfortune!!! – cliched – iknw – still good for u 😉
    AND – whats abt this school thing?? where and what are you working as?????

    • October 18, 2011 10:48 pm

      Dont know if I should be grrr-ing or lol-ing at the first sentence !! ((wheres the mixed reaction emoticon? do they even have one?))

      Bleh !! I think I should come to Blore soon and create a flood over there !!! 😛

      and you dont know abt the school thing ??? how did you miss that yet another misfortunate post of mine !!! 😛 😛

      • October 25, 2011 11:06 am

        😦 i did miss then – which post? ure a teacher now 😀 😀 😀 MY GOODNESS! God save the world! Im NOT going to take my kid to kochi! 😀 even if u dnt teach him, if he meets any other student of urs! his fate is doomed!

  18. October 18, 2011 2:06 pm

    I had to read your post and I STILL do not understand half of it…..too much confusion! 🙄 Never mind, I m not even going to try deciphering it anymore!!

    Pretty decent comparison points you made between the two cities. Trivandrum has far better roads and is definitely the cleanest city in Kerala. Kochi’s swimming pools in the roads, the mosquitoes, the traffic (OMG, I will NOT drive in Kochi even if you pay me to….one month stay and driving there was more than enuff) and also the its overcongested population are all of its negative points. But there is much more to do if you are in Kochi…good restaurants, malls (new ones are now opening up) with multiplexes and definitely more friendly/sociable people who are open to receiving people from other places. So yep I agree.

    Good luck with your stint in the new city. Hope you are happier here than in Tvm!

    Good grief!! What is it with you and rains?!!! 😯

    • October 18, 2011 2:07 pm

      Now this is really proof that you have been away from blogging too long. I have actually forgotten to abuse you or make fun of you in my comments!!! 😛 😛
      I am commenting on it like somebody else’s blog. All normal. 🙄

      Sigh!! I miss the good old days 😦

      • October 18, 2011 10:53 pm

        1) My posts are confusing for you.

        2) You are supporting my views.

        3) You are not abusing me !!!

        Buhahahahaha !! Marriage has changed you !!! Marrriage has changed you !!! (Remember, this is what you kept commenting in all my posts when I got hitched?) Tra la la la la la Tra la la la la la la !!!

        • October 20, 2011 3:57 pm

          Ok you think I won’t abuse you???

          Poda useless @#$% @#$% @#$% !!! (baaki censored) 😛 :mrgreen:
          Call me on the phone, I will fill up the blanks, don’t worry!

          • October 20, 2011 3:58 pm

            As for the marriage bit, I am remembering Masood’s fantastic comment in the post you posted right after your marriage. About the cockroach who flips and rolls over its back when hit with the baygon spray!!! :mrgreen: ella nayinte makkalkum aa divasam varum!! And u thot it applied only to u eh? 😛

  19. October 18, 2011 7:34 pm

    Welcome back, didnt have the patience to read your comeback post 😉 but I promise to comeback myself to read it another day. Now stay!

  20. soneeta permalink
    October 19, 2011 11:56 am

    hey..long time i was reading the first place i really felt funny was ‘give-poor-vimal-a-headache’..poor vimal??i mean what..seriously??poor vimal..
    For people who know you things like this happening to you is as normal as having breakfast in the morning….

    and another point i felt funny was when you reached Kochi,the same place where ur friend had moved leaving you in trivendrum..the way u described it with so much love ,passion,eagerness,excitement…u know it felt like &%& know 😉

    rest of the part where u staying in ur in laws house…hehehe..funny comments

    • October 23, 2011 9:59 am

      LOL, I was wondering why nobody caught that ‘poor vimal’ phrase !!! 😛 😛

      yeah, but its normal, but for the last two months, it has been abnormally normal ! 😀 😀

      oyyyyy !!! hope the guy isnt reading this !!!

  21. soneeta permalink
    October 19, 2011 11:59 am

    ya…and i forgot to i can revel all ur secrets to ur wife and watch all the fun happening..
    its my turn to say ….Buhahahahaha !! Buhahahahaha !!

  22. October 20, 2011 12:37 pm

    trouble always comes in multiples na? maintaining household gadgets/assets is sooo not fun. i dont know how you dint do something drastic like throw ur lappy from the 5th floor.
    welcome back to the blog world. btw, my come back post dint say ” im alive” It said ” look whose back!” 😛
    I’ve never been to Kochi or Tiruv’ram. and i sooo want to visit kerala!

    • October 23, 2011 10:05 am

      I am not kidding; I always felt like leaving my laptop and the bike at their respective service centers and never go back!!! 😀 😀 😀

      look ‘whose’ back or ‘who is’ back ?? 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀

      Oh, Trivandrum is a wonderful place for tourists !! 🙂

  23. October 21, 2011 12:43 am

    phew! so many reasons you had to give to explain your absence-va? pah talent you have Vimz :p btw welcome back ! so you had to bid a tearful farewell to the haunted house in Trivandrum no. paavam .
    and your school people are still bullying you? pathetic they are. push them off while they are playing swing or some such lame game in your next team outing 😉

    • October 23, 2011 10:10 am

      hehehe..excuses, rather than reasons !! 😀 😀 😀

      oh ya, but I miss that house ! 🙂 (hope Scorpria is reading this)

      LOL, Im gonna push some people while they are happily sipping tea in the terrace !! 😀

  24. October 21, 2011 1:08 am

    A post after three months and so many reminders…. In fact I was gonna send you one more reminder this weekend….

    Ohk I know the sad story now so I can’t blame you much for your unplanned SHORT blogging break…. 😛

    So finally you have settled down in Kochi and you are liking that place too… Good…

    As far as your school is concerned, trust me the other schools also give importance to these two subjects only and you know what you and me can compete for scoring the lowest… Ahhhh forget it….

    I wouldn’t say anything about rains coz I simply love them….

    I hope your next post will not take another decade… And that song, I don’t know if you would post it in this lifetime….

    Best wishes to your bike, laptop, cell phone, refrigerator, washing machine, microwave oven, television set, music system, and other precious possessions… 😀 😀

    • ajay permalink
      October 23, 2011 5:02 am

      What schools are you two talking about? Haven’t you finished school yet? 😀

      • October 23, 2011 10:21 am

        you still in college, arent you ?? 😀 😀 😀

      • October 26, 2011 12:33 am

        You don’t remember school!!! You don’t read all the posts here, do you??? Very bad Ajay… Tut tut tut….

        • ajay permalink
          October 27, 2011 1:37 am

          I remember the school Vimmuu has been going to lately. 😀

    • October 23, 2011 10:19 am

      Im getting used to reminders at my school now !!!

      yeah, with all these tensions in mind, it was difficult to even find time for daily routines ! 😀 😀 😀

      not that like I like Kochi so much, but I feel its better than being in Trivandrum.

      Waaaah !! I have competition in these subjects also !! 😦 😦 😦

      Finally, something we disagree to ! I hate rains. period.

      Ya, im thinking of being regular. But looks whos speaking about updating blogs regularly !! 😛

      and many thanks for the wishes, shall keep informing you on whats going wrong next !!

  25. October 21, 2011 8:53 pm

    We’re very glad you pulled yourself out of this alive. I mean after all that who can say no? Waiting for the pending V-Tunes. Cheers!

    • October 23, 2011 10:23 am

      LOL, you are being sarcastic, arent you ?

      Seriously??? waiting for V-tunes ????

  26. October 22, 2011 1:31 am

    namaskaaram mothallali……..

    Kochi ethi alle? kollam!

    How is the city treating you…….. It has been 4 years since I visited my city!

    • October 23, 2011 10:24 am

      mmmm…kochi ethi..kochi ethi !!!! (salim kumar style)

      When are you visiting next?

  27. October 22, 2011 5:07 pm

    its been a long time bro..

    But your misadventures.. even a small activity of yours turning into an adventure with the kind of hapenings around it 😀 😀

    Now you moved to Kochi.. now we won’t get your anti-marriage gyans.. What a miss!!! 😀 😀

    And yeah… Monsoon didn’t started in Chennai yet.. please please make a visit 😀 😀

    Write at least a post/week bro.. 🙂

    • October 23, 2011 10:29 am

      Ya, never been this long !

      Kanagu saaar, neenge next line padikkavey illeenglaa ??? the singham line ??? 😀 😀 😀 😀

      I should be making a visit to Chennai in a few weeks. Will call you once I reach ! 😀

      Planning to, bro; time is the only factor thats stopping me now ! 😀

  28. ajay permalink
    October 23, 2011 5:05 am

    Welcome backk! 😀 Anti-marriage comments!! Now you need to watch out and be careful with what you speak. 😀 😀

  29. October 24, 2011 1:03 am

    People like you can be tortured in only one way. Tie you up in a room which has no windows (or bathroom) and make you see and hear this video non stop!!! 😡 👿 😈

    I am sure after experiencing this song for a couple of days you will definitely change the title of this post :mrgreen:

    Ps: The video is courtesy Mr. Brat 😉

    • October 29, 2011 12:11 pm

      Glad you didnt put the actual video here ! Guess what, this guy’s movie is running into packed houses here and I am not kidding !

  30. October 26, 2011 1:16 pm

    Glad to see you back !!!!

  31. October 26, 2011 9:53 pm

    yo yo !

    wazzup ????
    school ?? what school ??? u back to studying in a school eh ? samayam thirinjo ???

    • October 29, 2011 12:15 pm

      Dont tell me you didnt know about the whole school concept !!!!

  32. October 29, 2011 11:50 pm

    How are you doing?

    Oh, hi there Vimmuuu… sheesh, feels like its been forever 🙂
    Hows Kochi treating you? oh right, that was what the post was about.. hmm, dint know you were there… i was there few months ago, in Fort Kochi on a weeekend holiday.. what fun 🙂
    Might be visiting again nov sometime… 🙂

  33. December 29, 2011 5:05 pm

    hey there!! how have you been? what terrible luck! service seems to be real bad in Trivandrum. maybe u can try moving to drought-hit places and do humanity a favor 😛

    • Sambhavam permalink
      May 8, 2012 4:22 pm

      totally agree. shopowners and shopkeepers in tvm do not SMILE. and they are arrogant compared to those in cochin, kottayam or thrissur. it is a widely talked about phenomenon!

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