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"Not tonight dear. I have a modem!!"


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  1. hahahaha......good one P!!!

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  2. You are wicked! LOL

    Vidya

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  3. sigh...all I can say is, " I pity the husband who has such a wife"


    however, ITS A BIG BONUS FOR BLOGGERS LIKE US...
    welcome back.

    it may be a little late to welcome you back, but I just got here right now myself...exams are finally over...and I am back in full swing.
    :)

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  4. pai: Ha ha..Thank you!I loved it too ;)

    Vidya: wicked is nice!

    Hershey: It need not be wife--it could be girlfriend, partner, whatever. Also, the figure could have been that of a man..
    You get the point.
    Welcome back :-)

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  5. ha ha ha..=)) well..it could have been 2 in d pic if modems were dat uncommon!!!!!

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  6. ha ha that was funny!!! n thenew look of purple looks sexy ;)

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  7. Niceeeeeeeeee. Funky :)

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  8. I didn't know you wore glasses! :-)

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  9. This is so cute!
    When Scott and I first got a computer one or the other of us was always up late on it and the other one would be complaining.

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  10. This made me smile :)

    I love the new look of your blog too!

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  11. Hilarious ..

    Should be called the "The Curse of the Net" :)

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  12. The technical and scientific term for this I think is blogomania or orkutmania. It is highly infectious, contagious and what have you and Doctors have advised that one needs to be careful before you come in contact with anything with a screen and a keypad. Hmmmm actually I do know someone who has been infected with this decease.....

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  13. LOL...where do u get these pics...

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  14. Hi....
    was going through your posts ..for last 3 days..I am really having to play hide and seek to read these as i am in office ...Thanks thanks thanks thanks for giving me a nice time......Still around 200 more posts left to read....

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