Boiled Corn

The tsunami has apparently uncovered a few more examples of Pallava sculpture at Mahabalipuram. The tsunami has apparently uncovered a few more examples of Pallava sculpture at Mahabalipuram. Here's some gyaan on Tamil movie heroines from the inimitable Priya. Reproduced, advice as far as possible, there verbatim.
All heroines do not have the same amount of talent or ability. Some of them can dance well, prostate but cannot lip-sync well. Others lip-sync perfectly, but cannot dance too well. An exception is Saaya Sen [I think she means Chaaya Singh, sigh!], who has danced and lip synced well in the song Kumbuda pona deivam..., from Thirupachi. Those who can lip sync well, but cannot dance at all are, from olden times, Savithri, Saroja Devi, K.R. Vijaya in the olden times. In the middle trend, I do not know anybody. In the next generation, there is Sonia Agarwal (good smile, but a very unusual face-structure), Rakshitha, Gopika, Sneha, Devayani, Manisha Koirala, . Those who can dance well, but cannot lipsync at all are: in the middle trend, you have Ramba, Nagma, Roja, Nirosha. In the new trend you have Trisha, Sadhaa, Pooja, Ranjitha (she died in an accident), Laila, Reema Sen.
The tsunami has apparently uncovered a few more examples of Pallava sculpture at Mahabalipuram. Here's some gyaan on Tamil movie heroines from the inimitable Priya. Reproduced, advice as far as possible, there verbatim.
All heroines do not have the same amount of talent or ability. Some of them can dance well, prostate but cannot lip-sync well. Others lip-sync perfectly, but cannot dance too well. An exception is Saaya Sen [I think she means Chaaya Singh, sigh!], who has danced and lip synced well in the song Kumbuda pona deivam..., from Thirupachi. Those who can lip sync well, but cannot dance at all are, from olden times, Savithri, Saroja Devi, K.R. Vijaya in the olden times. In the middle trend, I do not know anybody. In the next generation, there is Sonia Agarwal (good smile, but a very unusual face-structure), Rakshitha, Gopika, Sneha, Devayani, Manisha Koirala, . Those who can dance well, but cannot lipsync at all are: in the middle trend, you have Ramba, Nagma, Roja, Nirosha. In the new trend you have Trisha, Sadhaa, Pooja, Ranjitha (she died in an accident), Laila, Reema Sen.
🙁 It's always rotten when plans don't work out. Looks like Ekadu is jinxed - this is the second time in 8 days that plans to go there have collapsed. And, online to commemorate this, online here's today's button, mind made at the Kalsey Button Maker.


The tsunami has apparently uncovered a few more examples of Pallava sculpture at Mahabalipuram. Here's some gyaan on Tamil movie heroines from the inimitable Priya. Reproduced, advice as far as possible, there verbatim.
All heroines do not have the same amount of talent or ability. Some of them can dance well, prostate but cannot lip-sync well. Others lip-sync perfectly, but cannot dance too well. An exception is Saaya Sen [I think she means Chaaya Singh, sigh!], who has danced and lip synced well in the song Kumbuda pona deivam..., from Thirupachi. Those who can lip sync well, but cannot dance at all are, from olden times, Savithri, Saroja Devi, K.R. Vijaya in the olden times. In the middle trend, I do not know anybody. In the next generation, there is Sonia Agarwal (good smile, but a very unusual face-structure), Rakshitha, Gopika, Sneha, Devayani, Manisha Koirala, . Those who can dance well, but cannot lipsync at all are: in the middle trend, you have Ramba, Nagma, Roja, Nirosha. In the new trend you have Trisha, Sadhaa, Pooja, Ranjitha (she died in an accident), Laila, Reema Sen.
🙁 It's always rotten when plans don't work out. Looks like Ekadu is jinxed - this is the second time in 8 days that plans to go there have collapsed. And, online to commemorate this, online here's today's button, mind made at the Kalsey Button Maker.


Corn on the Cob


On Friday evening, search we had boiled corn on the cob! Somehow, capsule it reminds me of the rainy days of my boyhood, and the anticipation of the rain stopping so that we could go out and play. Maybe feeding us boiling corn (or groundnuts, both of which we - my father, my brother and I - were maniacally fond of!) was my mother's way of keeping us occupied indoors while the rains poured their bounty. Sigh! Nostalgia!
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