Friday, March 09, 2007

Link love (or writer's block :))

Wonder Women

Do check out Blank Noise Project's Action Hero's blog-a-thon.

My award for best blog name

Baby Vijayanthi and Puppy Manohar

(prize: 2lakh happy thoughts)

Tonight I'll keep a stake and some garlic under my pillow tonight

Because of this.

Update: And this in today's Friday Review.

(Actually, I don't have writer's block, I'm just busy writing so many other things I'm too tired to blog. sorry. please don't go away. all visitors get a hundred happy thoughts free!)


dharmabum said...

only a hundred?

twip said...

OMFG at Mary Kate and Ashley.

They're screwing with us, aren't they?

(my poor eyes, argh)

Baby Vaijayanti and Puppy Manohar said...

Dear All,

First, I'd like to congratulate the other nominees - they are all worthy blog-namers and we are honoured to be in their illustrious company.

Alright, where do I begin. Wow, I'm forgetting my speech. Ok, here goes:

Thank you so much. We'd like to thank first off, God - you made this happen, JC ma man. We'd then like to thank our parents - thank you so, so much. I think we've made you proud today. We'd also like to thank Tom, Mitch, Veronica, Susan, Celine, Lona, Shalini, Krithika, Minisha, Salma, Bahare, Ruksana, Vijay, Satish, Altaf, Bjork, Mika, Heinrich, Kimi, Kang-yu (Anthony), Hee-Suk Choi, Goldie, Happy, Yali, Digembe, Francois, Guillaume, Roberto del Inuito, Johnny G, Johnny K, Robert O Henry IV, Ruud van Nistelrooy and the rest of our production staff. Of course, we'd like to thank Raksha, the Helpless foundation, the Binitha Gore institute for Social Justice, the Mrs. Tom Hardy foundation for Transvestites and the Man on The Street and Rabbits in Burrows and Snakes in Anthills.And last, but certainly not least, we'd like to thank you, the fans for the constant support and encouragement we receive from you. If it weren't for you guys, there would be no blog. Alright, we're done with the speech, let's go spend the happythoughts (tm)!

Peace out,

The Baby Vaijayanti / Puppy Manohar team.

"There is no 'I' in 'Team'" - Anon