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  • This is how religion should be done


    by Sunny
    4th October, 2006 at 3:12 pm    

    With a bunch of laughing East Asians talking about the love of Jesus while dressed in some bizarre robes and dancing to Daler Mehndi’s Bhangra song tunak tunak. Ahhh… don’t you love globalisation?

    [via SM]


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    1. Leon — on 4th October, 2006 at 3:28 pm  

      Erm, ooo…k…

    2. sonia — on 4th October, 2006 at 3:34 pm  

      I was really confused by the SM thread about this - no one explained what ‘tunak tunak’ was and i was might confused by these references.

    3. Jagdeep — on 4th October, 2006 at 3:39 pm  

      How the hell did we live without youtube???

      The breakdancing boddy-poppin’ dwarf in the Tamil movie was the best one.

    4. justforfun — on 4th October, 2006 at 3:47 pm  

      If Katy and Kismet’s wedding is going to be anything like this - I might even buy a train ticket to get there - - or have they already got married to avoid the relatives, and someone has leaked the video - damn paparazzi.

      Justforfun

    5. Jagdeep — on 4th October, 2006 at 3:59 pm  

      Katy and Kismet should get this breakdancing Tamil dwarf to perform at their wedding. I want my children to be able to dance like this for visitors to our home!

      http://youtube.com/watch?v=gx-NLPH8JeM

    6. justforfun — on 4th October, 2006 at 4:13 pm  

      My son is good at farting! He can almost play a three note tune. Women will just swoon over him as they will think they can change him. Fools.

      On a serious point - did anyone see the whole programme on the 4year old marathon runner in India. The bit I cuaght was very disturbing. Is he OK now - what was the outcome?

      Justforfun

    7. Leon — on 4th October, 2006 at 4:22 pm  

      How the hell did we live without youtube???

      Aint that the truth!

      The breakdancing boddy-poppin’ dwarf in the Tamil movie was the best one.

      Not it wasn’t it was downright scary!

    8. Douglas Clark — on 4th October, 2006 at 6:30 pm  

      Sunny,

      How come you haven’t enabled comments on your own blog?

    9. Yakoub/Julaybib — on 4th October, 2006 at 10:19 pm  

      The guy in the black balaclava thingy obviously thinks he’s a member of the Knights Templar, and is a show off to boot! Love ‘im!! But really, is this any more kitch than cheap plasticy statues of Ganesh in the bedroom or barelwi mosques draiped in christmas tinsle? The best of religion is always edged with irreverance.

      Wasalaam

      TMA

    10. Sakshi — on 5th October, 2006 at 10:53 am  

      lol !!

    11. Kismet Hardy — on 5th October, 2006 at 10:58 am  

      Today’s the day chaps. I’m getting married to Katy. Thanks for not sorting out a stag do but my mum did buy me a new sheep so i can’t really complain. I’m so nervous, but not as nervous as my sheep

    12. Isheeta — on 7th October, 2006 at 3:57 pm  

      This was hilarous! It wouldnt have been so funny if desis were doing it.

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