Thursday, July 16, 2009

Honey, you are sho schweet...



I just came out of my building to see a worker burning something amid a pile of construction material. Talked to him and found out that it was actually a honeycomb he was trying to clear. After he did his job meticulously, he offered me some honey in a glass and asked me to taste it. I did. Chooo schweeet..I have kept some more honey for my blog friends. Reach Sharjah and you can have it. Okay?

25 comments:

  1. yaar your comments embedded form doesnt allow me to comment... but i m trying...

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  2. wow!!!

    U reminded me of days when after the clearing of honeycomb those guys used to come sell it in each homes!!! I used to hate the look of the unclean honey!!!

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  3. This post reminded me of my childhood when the guys after clearing a honeycomb used to visit every home to sell the Honey. I used to hate the look of uncleaned honey!!

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  4. Honey is so delicious. You are a fortunate man. :) Namaste

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  5. please keep some for ur daughter too..

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  6. It supposed to be very good for health,but I will pass, thank you.
    All that hard work by the bees and in a moment its all gone.

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  7. Bhai, is that honey really that sweet??

    Well, let me pack up my bags now and take the very next flight to Sharjah.

    But if you happen to finish all of it by the time I reach there - I will call all those enraged bees of that hive and tell them that you played a key role in their destruction... :)

    Anyway, thanks buddy for the wakeup call you gave on my blog, I become too sleepy sometimes :)

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  8. no, thanks. i will buy bottled honey from here. cant take the trouble of flying to sharjah.Thanks anyways.:))))

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  9. true, fresh and REAL honey is sooo sweeet. Delish!!

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  10. o.k......can't resist this...booking my tickets

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  11. since kavita is already booking her tickets... please send my share of the honey with her.

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  12. Ooooooooooh nice! but poor bees!

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  13. yes Nitu u can give me all the gifts you have been buying for Ramesh...i will deliver him the same..

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  14. no honey for me. i am strictly on a high sugar diet... i remember once as children we had disturbed a few bees... and the next instant we were running in all direction. at least you did not have to run.

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  15. well, I have had the pleasure of tasting some fresh honey myself it is really sweet, damn you can't send material things through internet, or else I would have coaxed you to send me some...lol...enjoy the sweet taste and keep writing..... :)

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  16. Really dear u remembered me my childhood days, but we used to get it from Apian Cta on trees, but after some time there were we find some pain and swollen on our face and body, for some honey.

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  17. Really Sweet! hope you doing good. am really busy these days with MBA and new job profile..

    cheers,
    Js

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  18. Poor bees. Hope they didn't die, but flew away somewhere else to start their job all over again.

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  19. Very interesting blog, Mr. Ramesh! And more interesting is the title of your blog. Great emotions! I'm gonna be a regular, here, Buddy! I would also like to welcome you to my domicile state i.e. the Andaman & Nicobar Islands. Catch me at
    http://zillion2ndinnings.blogspot.com
    ANDAMAN & NICOBAR THE HISTORIC INDIAN CORAL ISLANDS... Cheers!

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  20. Honey sweet honey!!! What an unpredictable place to find it :))

    nice post :))

    best
    -nivi

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  21. hey Ramesh..thanks for that inspiring comment..i have been to your blog regularly..i enjoy reading your posts..keep writing..keep visiting...i blogroll you from here on...:-D

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  22. My Nepali watchman does this so often and I get to taste raw honey often. Yet, send some for me with Kavita, if she really lands up.

    So then, an Indian and a Nepali will together taste honey made in Dubai, sent by an NRI (if u r an NRI). Not bad eh?

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