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Not so nice --but honest!

Sometimes, I come across these images which say more than a thousand words can! I cannot resist sharing them.

Sometime back, I had put up
one such picture and Paul found it completely out of character for a 'nice lady' like me to have such a whacky sense of humour. Mr.Fab also finds it amusing that I really enjoy his blog.

What!! Do I appear 'so nice'? Let me assure you people--I am not! It just seems that way.

And here is the image that I found, which said it, just the way it is!

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Comments

  1. haha cute!
    I don't think you're 'that' nice, I think you can be mischievious if you want to ;) And there's nothing wrong with that!

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  2. LOL @last pic! typical guy thought!

    Keshi.

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  3. Hey hey hey, mast hai ;)

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  4. Ooro karyathilum purushanteyum, streeyudeyum kazchppadu atyantham vathyastamayirikkum.Ithu nannayi pic il kkoode paranjirikkunnnu.
    @deepak- Rathi kidakkan nerathu oru glass vellathil oru table spoon Thriphala kalakki kudichal mathi :):).Ithu kannil ozhikkunathu kazcha shaktikku nallathanu.
    Thriphala= (Neelikka+Thannikka+Kadukka)

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  5. This is a cute picture. Made me smile.
    I get the 'But I thought you were nice' thing from time to time to.
    I am nice. I help where I can, I would never intentionaly hurt someone, I love making people happy, but sometimes I can be a total bitch, I can be rude, jealous, intolerant, opinionated, frustrated, cranky, thoughtless and a thousand other negative things. I like naughty humor, and silly things. None of that makes me less nice. We are all little bits of everything, that is what makes us whole human beings.
    And, just for the record, I think you are nice, too.

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  6. Rayne: Thanks so much.You said it so well!!!That was EXACTLY what i meant when i said I'm 'not so nice'. Otherwise I'm pretty much like you--I do help when I can, i'm thoughful,I love making people happy.

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  7. Devil Mood: ;-) Oh yes--naughty is nice :-)

    Keshi:I agree!

    Misti: Heh heh!!

    Deepak:What i asked on your blog was supposed to be a joke!But thanks anyway!!

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  8. ha ha lol.. cant help saying.."its ssoooo true ;)"

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  9. The mind of a man is but one tracked?..is that what you are saying ?....there is so much more to our manly 'culture'..you forgot beer and football!

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  10. That about sums it up! Great pic :)

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  11. lol, great picture.

    Still laughing...

    :-)

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