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'Mr. Whacko Contest' Teaser

Finally,the Countdown for Mr. Whacko contest begins.The thing which you all had been so desperately waiting for and even pestering me for-The Great "Mr. Whacko contest" will go LIVE on TWM from Monday-30th March 2009.The reason for delaying it so long is that I've been really very busy(for a change :-)) with Java Training for the last one month and thankfully,after numerous extensions,it is over now.Though,I've one certification exam coming up on 6th April but the preparation for the same is not gonna be as strenuous as the training was.I could have posted the article today itself but it would've seemed a little awkard to start without any intimation..So,thought of putting up a 'teaser' article. I am gonna post the articles in increasing order of whackiness so that you can get higher doses of whackiness...Keep your fingers crossed for who's gonna be the first bakra errrr. participant.

Comments

Unknown said…
very good..

you keep teasing further than monday then we'll unleash whacky posts on you .. mind it !!
Sakshi said…
I AM ON PROTEST- I WANT THE NAME OF THE CONTEST CHANGED. Even though, I do not stand a chance to win, but atleast you could have written as Mr./Ms. Whacko Contest... how simple for you all to forget ME...!!! BROKE MY HEART...!!!

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