>Rendezvous with Bengaluru Weekly Street Market

Today I went out with friend Vishnu who also acts my guide to discovering Bengaluru, to Sultanpet weekly second hand goods market. The market comes alive once a week and all kinds of second hand goods are available there …. electrical, electronic, shoes, cloths, hardware, etc, etc. The place was teeming with people of all shapes and sizes ….. women wearing colourful cloths, toddlers holding on to their parents, teenagers hanging out just for fun, weary middle aged people who are out there for a good bargain … And in this melee, autos and cars were vying for space among hundreds of people … it was amazing to see that actually everyone was getting their way, albeit making others to go out of theirs! People who come to this market are looking for cheap products and to bargain for some more. We had people scrambling to buy mobile phones for Rs. 100, which were chinese made. I could not help

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>Bloopers of the World – Unite!

>Blooper – an embarrassing mistake              :-)) (blunder, boner, boo-boo, botch, bungle, flub, foul-up, fuckup, pratfall, bloomer, error, fault, mistake – a wrong action attributable to bad judgement or ignorance or inattention) So, as you must have guessed by now, today’s topic is bloopers committed by ….  Who, you ask?  Me, obviously to begin with 🙂  and then we can move on to nicer stuff, like yours, for instance? He, he! Let me start: my colleague copied me in a mail sent to a client.  I happily responded to him with plenty of snide remarks about the client – little did I realise that I hit the “reply all” button and it was sent to the client and copied to my colleague!  :-((  Needless to say, we did not get the business. My partner brought a gentleman to me at an event saying “look who’s where!”.  Our eyes met, I looked into his eyes earnestly

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