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Im back

Hi All
Iam back after a gap of 2 yrs or rather i have joined :)
just gimme some time before i also start full fledged Blogging.
Currently doin some research on how to BLOG!!!!!!!!!


Wow! I just opened the website and saw Mainak's name.It's really a great and pleasant surprise.
Lemme the first to extend you a very warm welcome.Welcome home!coz TWM is our home in the virtual world.I hope that you don't piss off people with your poor sense of humour.However,good natured leg-pulling and brickbatting is more than welcome.It,in fact,keeps the spirits of this website high.
Hope some more Topfloorers start visiting the site.With just a handful of us active here,it's so much fun then,I'm sure,with more people we'll rock.Hi5! to all TWM members
Unknown said…
hi chax..
aa gaya bey tu..
sahi ha..

so why dont you start with one of ur many whacky stories..send it to mannu bhai..

raj alakshendra said…
chaki ki maki ...


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