எம்மூஞ்சியும் ஒலக மொகரைகளும்...புதன், ஆகஸ்ட் 02, 2006
ஒலகத்துல நம்மளை மாதிரியே ஏழுபேரு இருப்பாங்கன்னு எங்க தாத்தா சொல்லுவாரு! அது மட்டும் உண்மையா இருந்தா இந்த ஒலகம் தாங்குமான்னு நானும் யோசிச்சதுண்டு. நம்பள மாதிரி யாரு இருக்கறாங்கன்னு தெரிஞ்சுக்கறதும் கொஞ்சம் சுவாரசியமான விசயமில்லையா? இந்த சைட்டுக்கு போய் நம்ப போட்டோவைக் கொடுத்தா நம்பள மாதிரியே இருக்கற ஒலக பெரபலங்கள காட்டுறாங்க! மொகத்தை பாகம்பாகமா பிரிச்சு பொருத்தமானதுகளை அவங்க டேடாபேசுல தேடிக்கொடுக்கறாங்க போல.
பதிவுன்னு போட்டா ஒரு தகவல் இருக்கனுங்கறதுக்காக எம்மொகத்தைப்போட்டு தேடுதனுல கிடைச்சவங்களைப் பத்தின குறிப்பையும் அங்கயே இருந்து காப்பியடிச்சு போட்டுட்டேன். (தகவல் சொல்லறாராமாம்!! )
"நல்லவேளை ஆம்பளையா பொறந்தேன்! இந்த அழகோட பொம்பளையா பொறந்திருந்தா என் கதியெல்லாம் என்ன ஆவறது?"ன்னு ஆழ்ந்து சிந்திச்சிருந்த காலமெல்லாம் உண்டு! இப்ப இவங்க கொடுக்கற ரிசல்ட்டுல இருக்கற பொம்பளையாளுங்களை எல்லாம் பார்த்தா அதிர்ச்சி தாங்கலை! நீங்களும் உங்க போட்டோ இருந்தா போட்டுப்பார்த்து உங்களை மாதிரியே இருக்கற (!?) பெரபலங்களை அடையாளம் கண்டுக்கிட்டு கொஞ்சம் "Self வண்டி" ஏறிக்கங்கப்பு! :)
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நம்பளை மட்டும் பார்த்தா போதுமா? அதனால சக ப்ளாகருங்க சிலரையும்( தருமி, ஜெயராமன், செந்தலழ் ரவி, பாஸ்டன் பாலா, சந்திரவதனா, காசி, கானாப்ரபா, பத்ரி, தேசிகன் ) போட்டுப் பார்த்துட்டேன். உங்க வசதிக்காக கிடைச்ச ரிசல்ட்டுல அவங்க ப்ரொபைல்ல இருக்கற மாதிரியேயான படங்களை மட்டும் இங்க போட்டிருக்கேன்.
முடிஞ்சா யாராருன்னு கண்டுபுடிங்க பார்ப்போம்! (பாலாவுல இருந்து வெங்கட்டு வரைக்கும் இப்ப இதானே ஓடிக்கிட்டு இருக்கு.. ஆகவே ஊருடன் ஒத்துவாழ்! :) ) மத்த போட்டிங்க வழக்கப்படி தான். சரியான விடைகளை மட்டும் வெளியிடுகிறேன்.
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