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Very Very true!

Satish sent me this to me in a mail just now--and it was too good to not share!!!
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This is how a woman's brain works.

Every one of those little blue balls is a thought about something that needs to be done, a decision or a problem that needs to be solved.

A man has only 2 balls and they take up all his thoughts.


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  1. Hilarious, LOL :)

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  2. Oh yes, I have had this sent to me before. It is so true and exactly what it feels like in my head at the moment!!!

    Thanks for posting it so I could smile at it again!

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  3. BTW - I love the little bit where thechap has his head taken off! What on earth does that say about me! LOL!

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  4. Heheheheh.... hmmm yeh, I guess the whole thought process is much more evident in women as compared to men.

    And I guess apart from the two balls there's also beer & whiskey & sports & swearing and blah blah blah :P

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  5. its so cool...n the two balls part is hilarious! lol

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  6. Wonder why I can't see the pictures?

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  7. Bob-kat: heh heh!It ALWAYS feels like tht inside my head :-)

    J: ER..Beer & whiskey in one ball--and sports and swearing in the other? LOL!! :-) Sorry--couldnt resist saying that :-)

    Neo:Yep!I laughed too.

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  8. Hehe, very funny!!!
    Thanks for posting :)

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  9. Hehehe, good one

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  10. Yes. This is true. Sorry, gotta run. Can't break the concentration, if ya know what I mean.....bye

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  11. Good to know.......every lady has multiple balls........ehhh..thoughts i.e. :) Hello P. Ur blog looks gr8! And haa...at the least I want to make ur day...so left the cmmnt.

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  12. Devil Mood: have a great holiday and keep smiling!

    Guto: rsrsrs (something I learnt--I had to show off!)

    Scotty: heh heh :D

    Gawpo: LOL.

    Ankit:thanks--or rather thanks to the original author.

    Sweetstickychewy: Hope u have a good baggage clearing weekend!

    Whatsinaname: thanks!! :-)

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  13. eerm...the balls don't actually seem to be going anywhere significant! LOL :-)))

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  14. Very funny. Made me laugh.

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  15. lol.. Its funny.. We guys have more clarity of thot mebbe ;)

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  16. Niall; But at least they are moving!

    Tim: me too!

    Bharat: Yeah--considering the fact that there are only two balls to think about I'd be surprised if there was no clarity!!

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  17. Ha ha..Too much ! :P

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