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  1. I heared that Gujju people are too good and hilarious. Is it true. I hope no one takes this seriously.

  2. “MalluMan : For some weird reason, all the funny men I keep running into, turn out to have a lineage tracing back to ‘Gaad’s worrrn country’.”

    Thats was funny dude

  3. Bengalis talk too loud, really? may be that’s the misconception built up by the unending rallies and seminars going on and on in Kolkata. the speakers on the dais are all Bengalis (of course) and they all have their microphone in front of them, What’s more, they speak without stopping, like that ‘breathless’ song of Shankar Mahadevan. Even we, the perma-resis of Kolkata are taken by awe where do they get their energy from!
    however, the average Bengali dude is quite different. He is a thinker more than a talker, a lover of solitude rather than a hip party lover, a reader than a dancer. And of course, “addabaaz” than a doer! 😉
    It takes more than an eye to look into a Bengali boy/ man, but since this is a fun post, everything goes!
    Loved it, Ideasmith!

  4. @ anantha: Not at all! This list isn’t comprehensive and I graciously accept your addition of the half-mallu. As for Tams who aren’t state rankers? Kadavallai….these are insults to the holy state of Tamizh Nadu!! I’ve been disowned several years ago on similar grounds so these fellas have my sympathies!

    @ Rambler: “Tamilian..hmm intelligent, a little geeky, not much about them..” Not much, huh? Have you forgotten the writer of this blog? 😀 And I don’t suppose you’ve ever met the Royal Bengal Tigress. These women can give Durga a run for her money.

    @ secretsouffle: Haha! Truth be told I considered it but dropped them from this post since I wasn’t sure if that was the common perception or just my wonky world view.

    @ Dreamcatcher: So start already!!! See my comment to Rambler above about the RBT!

  5. “On the other hand, these guys make for great, huggy-teddy-bear type buddies for girls like me”

    You hit this one right on the nail!
    What about the Telugu men – decent and shy men (non-Hyderabadi) who seem tongue-tied when faced with, horror of horrors, a walking, talking and thinking woman!

  6. So you did talk about bangaluru boy in the first chapter :)..

    Just thought why not think about other way around

    Gujju bhen…One big advantage, she can be as much food loving as I am..
    Mallu women..sorry the infamous mallu movies have ruined it for me
    Tamilian..hmm intelligent, a little geeky, not much about them..
    punjabi princess… too tall, too loud mouthed, a little scary after the movie Jab We met.
    Bengali.. sweeter, but really talk loud… and talk so much..
    Marathi… no clues..:D

    hehhe just a humorous attempt..

  7. Even if he is a software engineer in the U.S. with a pedigree and a state rank thrown in for good measure.

    I protest the insinuation that every Tamizhan is a software engineer with a state rank. For starters, some of us studied in Central Board schools. So we don’t have a state rank. Besides, some of us were only average students in school.

    Some Tamizhans even played cricket for India.

    But yes, thayir saadham rocks. What to do? We are like that wonly!

    Btw, what about the half mallu? Pray tell 😀

    One thing I can say about the half Mallu. They might be half wonly, but in terms of the fun quotient, they could be double. Pliss not to discount us.