Story of a lost journalist

March 4, 2009

Cris crack series – 5

Filed under: Cris Cracks,humor — Cris @ 13:25

Ok its that time again.

News Desk

Editor: Can you read the last title that you send?
C: Sure
[Opens document]
“Asteroid gives earth a cloth shave”

In case you are wondering what the original was replace the ‘th’ of cloth with ‘se’.

Conversation with friend DD

C: That blog post you wrote was really impressive
DD: Which one
C: The one on Shanghumugham ambalam (temple). It was really great… about the injustice of girls not being allowed… and…
DD: Ahem
C: Yeah?
DD: Sabarimala temple. Shanghumugham beach

Chat conversation

(Sorry but this is kind of a Mallu joke)

J: Velil irna pambine edthu tholi vechu (translation: Take snake and put on shoulder er which means invite trouble)
C: Next time
S: What?
C: The pump in Veli right? We will clean it next time

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6 Comments »

  1. Last one is classic 🙂

    Comment by Dhanya — March 4, 2009 @ 21:32 | Reply

  2. He, he,he! Earth would’ve been pretty “clean” if that happened, wudn’ it? Oh they’re all funny. I got an sms soetime ago which i like to share . you may already know this. But here goes:
    Father: Daivam thamburan moleenu vilichal nammal ellarum povendi varum…”
    Kuttapan: Acho, daivam thamburan moleenu vilichal moli matram poyal pore…?”

    Comment by M.Rose — March 4, 2009 @ 22:29 | Reply

  3. aaaaghhhhhh!!! 😀
    reminds me of a darling friend from college, an NRI kid, who had just landed in Kerala from Bahrain then.. she always HAD TO, HAD TO quote malayalam pazhanchollu for anything n everything.. only it never sounded anything remotely near to their originals.. gawd.. im missing those evening chai-times at the hostel mess.. 😐

    Comment by usha — March 9, 2009 @ 11:51 | Reply

  4. velile pumpo.. ayyoo.. ninakku 3 harihar nagaril jadageeshinde dialogs ezhuthaanulla panikku njaan recommendaam!

    Comment by Deepak — April 30, 2009 @ 16:03 | Reply

  5. HEHEHE! END-AMMO…..hw will u read this? HEHEHE!

    Comment by EGGhead — June 23, 2009 @ 15:37 | Reply

  6. @Dhanya, hehe yeah it was!! 😀

    @MRose, LOL that is a good one! I will add it to my PJs to crack to look good. Hmm realised I dont have any others in the list!

    @usha, heheh. My bro had this habit too of quoting Mallu proverbs. At one point he was so obsessed he carried a list in his pocket and read out the first one he saw (of course at an entirely different context). His favourite was one about patha pedichu panthalathu poyappol.

    @Deepak, vaanda! Grr I am not that dumb!! Hmph!

    @Egghead, err entammo?

    Comment by admin — July 15, 2009 @ 03:42 | Reply


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