Saturday, February 04, 2006

My Last shot at boosting hits.

If Emran Hashmi is a serial kisser, then who is a parallel kisser ?

Thanks to Kunal T for the joke and Gaurav for suggesting its post-worthyness.
As for the title, I believe the two most popular things in India after Himesh Reshammiya are E#Me and cheap SMS jokes.

The answer :
(highlight the following portion)
-- > [Ravana.]

I know engineers will enjoy this joke better.

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13 comments:

maverick said...

good one.

Chaitanya Gupta said...

Nice. But why can't others enjoy it as much as engineers?

Abhishek said...

serial-parallel ports etc. I know that's common knowledge, so pls pardon.

sunshine said...

Being a non engineer, I din really get the answer. But now that I think of it, I believe E#Me is better off being a parallel kisser. The current generated in a particular path(read kiss) is independent of the currents in other paths. And all his kisses glow with equal intensity.

And that's a Physics teacher speaking. He He. Was a good one.

Chetan said...

The laws of electronic circuit also applies there. I mean voltage remaining constant the serial kisser's current flow may decrease as components increase in line. Simply put the first girl Emraan Hashmi kisses will get a better kiss than the 10th one if he kissed one after another. While in parallel combination the 10 girls being kissed by Ravan may draw equal current. ;)

That's just me pulling the PJ's leg.

ManV said...

with due respects to Mr. Chetan....10 girls being kissed in parallel won't extract equal current. Instead, maximum current will go to the girl showing minimum resistance!

Chaitanya Gupta said...

No pardon Abhishek, I am (almost) an engineer myself, and that too in EC.

Rahul M said...

Lol ^_^

Too good.

sunshine said...

Gosh, the comment section is turning out to be funnier than the post itself. With the ideas of so many engineers and budding scientists, am sure #me would get the shock of his life if he were to read this.

Kis kis ko kiss karoge #me bhaiya?

Bhaiya?

Handa said...

tooooooo much.. get it patented.

George said...

excellent; now I can be assured a good night's sleep after some bellyaches. First it was T-shirts and chorus singing, now it's parallelisation of orbicularis oris exercises. What next, optimising the jury process by employing him? Or recasting Anubhav Sinha's action thriller[sic] now that we know that Vishal-Shekhar's title song was a reference to siitaa?

Kunal T said...

Thanks for crediting me for the joke! Nice joke indeed. But I have a slight problem. I don't remember telling you the joke!! Infact, I read this joke for the first time today.

Abhishek said...

hee.. anyways - i won't change it coz, i don't remember who told me this for the fist time. u owe me one, though.