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New Year Resolutions..

So what exactly were your new year resolutions, and now that the dreaded '7' Day mark has already passed.. how many of you are sticking to your resolutions.. and how many have already broken it.. ;)


samik said…
Hey Sakshi and Shayon
My heartiest congratulations to both of you!!!
My new year resolution is 1024X786...
ok that was a p.j
Unknown said…
Thanks man! My last year resolution was 1920x1080. Let's see what this year has in store for me :p
Sakshi said…
Thanks Sam Dam Bam!
That was a really bad PJ which Shayon is trying to pull really out and out!

Anyways.. Have fun :)
raj alakshendra said…
I have promised myself that no more affairs this year ...

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