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Husshaaa…Husshaaa…All fall down !

Whenever anybody (including me) falls down (literally, not figuratively), I am the first one to burst out laughing :)

Is it really funny or is it just me ?


Diwakar Sinha said…
when anyone loses or fails (including me) i am the first one to is just the way it is i guess.
Seema Smile said…
Gravity beckons and it's inevitable that we become gire hue insaan once in a while. And yes, it's quite funny too :)
The Wanderer said…
@ Diwakar - Yup..its just the way it is...and by the way...I've recently learnt (from The SRK) that self-deprecating humour is, in fact, great strategy. Laugh at yourself first and deprive others the fun of doing it :)

@ Seema - :))) By this definition, I'm quite a "giri huee insaan" ... learnt the principles of gravity quite early in life and keep experimenting with it frequently !

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