Sunday, April 15, 2012

‘Cash box’ Ravi

“Whenever I find the key to success, someone changes the lock,” joked my Net-crazy colleague. 
The key to success is not to have a lock, I replied, and told him about a friend.
Ravi had this habit of stealing money from his dad’s purse. His father did not know how to handle the situation until someone advised him to buy a “Gallapeti.” (Huge cash box –in Tamil).
The heavy cash box kept the money safe at home for the father. He saved more and more money in that, until one fine morning Ravi vanished with the “gallapetti” itself.
We friends nicknamed him “Gallapetti Ravi.”
Later, he became a computer programmer.
I can guess Ravi’s favourite key on the computer: “Escape.”

16 comments:

  1. whoa that's some friend. This habit of stealing is called as Kleptomania if I am not wrong.

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  2. Love your narrations about incidents..u make them so interesting.
    I have tagged you in a post..check it out.

    http://soupforoursoul.blogspot.com.br/2012/03/i-am-tagged.html

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  3. Ramesh, happy to see you. You always come up with thought provoking incidents.

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  4. Lol.. That is some friend you got..

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  5. Honestly,havent we--most of us--at some time or the other did remove money from our Father's wallet.
    Howeevr,Ravi seems to be extra smart

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  6. he he he he.. You try to aim at big when small does not reach you. Well said Ramesh.

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  7. That was so funny! All's well that ends well, isn't it, RameshJi?

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  8. hi ramesh

    nice... and interesting... ha.. ha..

    thanks

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  9. lol..ha haaaaa
    so funny you are ..your sense of humor is too good :)

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  10. hahaha, man, u have a special talent..u can just turn a hazy memory into such an interesting post..gr8

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  11. LOL. And Ramesh ji, how come everything and every memory in your life is so interestimg? :-)

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