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En dino ko celebrate kaun karte hain God knows! But as a ritual let me also say "Happy Friendship Day". haha
Happy friendship day to you all too.
I just created my own blog profile. Check it out:
raj alakshendra said…
Happy friendship day to all ....
Unknown said…
Sakshi & all- dosti diwas mubarak ho :)

btw who wasted some time on the look of the page..looks good for a change except the font at some places!
Guys wish me happy birthday on this thread itself(if anyone remembers it in the first place). Am not celebrating my birthday this year just for the heck of don't want a new post. Let the will of the birthday boy be granted. :)
Unknown said…
@Mann: Many happy returns of the day, Birthday Boy! By the way, why the sudden antipathy towards celebrations?

@Rathz: That would be me!
Bas ase hi :) Thanks btw!
@ Shayon,
Thanks for the upgrade on the website's look! I'll checkout your new blog

@ All,
Belated fraandship day wishes! Do we need such needless days to celebrate friendship?


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