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Sam's leap to glory !!

That's one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind


Well junta, this video is uploaded due to persistent nudges by Ratz.Though the protagonist in the video was apprehensive that this is yet another attempt to make a tomfoolery out of him.But we managed to convince him that junta out there is eager to know what he is UP TO these days!! Enjoy this visual caper.

Salud !


Comments

raj alakshendra said…
he has become a monkey or what ???
Karma said…
@raj that was really crass and unwarranted for...
Sam is like a baby at heart and that's something which all people love about him :)
Karma said…
@mannu double that !Only and only Sam could pull this off.
Ha ha ha ha ha!
Nice one. Did he blow it out or blow it out?

Ha ha haha ha ha!


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Sakshi said…
But, the candle lived..!!! :P Cho CWEET.
Karma said…
@Dino he cudn't blow out hard enuff to blow it out!! ;-)

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