Some interesting signs….

I was intrigued by this "head meat"

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until I realized that it is probably "bheja" or brain….and that "kalu soup" is made from trotters….so you can truly eat, head to foot!

However, I wouldn’t find this veg very appetising…

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If, after eating all that, you develop a rash and can’t drive…

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you have to go for some tharphy….

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but then, of course, you will get a headache trying to put your kid in this school:

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How rare to find honesty in this world…this auto describes itself as "dangerous"…..
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And, living in an apartment building where milk sachets are delivered every morning and are often stolen (sometimes by monkeys)…I loved the idea of a Milk Box that I saw on a gate as we walked:

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In all the rush of traffic, this one intrigued me a lot….

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WHOM does s/he call dad? The policeman? God? The fellow-passenger?

It’s definitely worth having MLC (Mary’s Lamb Camera, as I take it everywhere) around all the time!

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