Dribble through Trouble

I had two issues I needed to immediately highlight to you, so I combined both together in this article. Hopefully the message gets across. And if you wish to donate to Sai Fund or simply interested to fund a child, please contact me. The blessings that I receive during any charity deeds;all credit goes to you, my readers and Sai Fund donaters. I’m merely ‘working’ for you to redirect the money.

Nallah irepa, ningge parembe paremeberai nalla irukenumpa. Ningge eneke uthevi senjethe kandipa anthe kadavul unggel nalla vecherepare ayya.
Be blessed boy, your whole generation will be blessed. For the reason you’ve helped me, God will always take care of you.
Those were part of the words uttered by one aunty I visited recently on behalf of Sai Fund . I was there because the boy was in desperate need of schooling items, and the mother is a single mother whose husband passed away a few years back. She survives by doing odd jobs every now and then, and since she is also sick (she has some skin disease in her legs making her unable to walk properly), there is no real permanent source of income.
When I handed over some cash and showed the boy all his new school uniforms, plus some stationeries, there was an immediate glow in their faces. The feeling that their burden has subsidized was clearly reflecting on their face.
The boy is a 15 year old, very hardworking student and clearly knows how hard her mother is working to educate him. He scored 3A’s in his UPSR despite no tuition at all, and for me that is a very good result. When I stepped in their shabby looking messy home, there was no sofa to sit at all. There were no computers, just a study table for the boy with books scattered around his table. Only one chair, for him to study.
The boy cycles to school (40 minutes away), have no money to eat during school break time, do not have phone to talk to his friends, do not have a computer to design his school projects, has no money to go to tuition classes, wears a 2 year old uniform and carries a heavily torn bag stitched by his mother, and despite all this, he was concerned about something else.
“Anne, padichirevene, question kekethan alle ille”
“I will study bro, just I don’t have anyone to ask questions when I don’t know”
I was amazed.
Sounds a very difficult life isn’t it? His life literally can be otherwise spelled as ‘trouble’.
Now, that is real TROUBLE!
What I don’t FUCKING understand about you; young girls and boys is despite all the luxury you seem to be having nowadays, all you’re doing is thinking that you’ve got the biggest trouble in life. I’m getting annoyed with your ethics, simply lacking the art of survival because everything had been spoon fed by you. Yet, after all this, you complain that life is hard for you.
How can life be fucking hard when you have Skype to talk with your boyfriend  , eat McD’s and KFC for your lunch and dinner, study in some of the most ‘happening’ college in Malaysia, and you’ve got your own car to drive to school? Some of you Meenachis are fucking stupid, I tell you. Time and time again, I’ve told you, you are very lucky indeed. You’ve not seen people who scrape through garbage to find something to eat (in India), or how many of you live in a condition like the boy I described above?
Some of you come and complain to me about another guy, or another girl , or sometimes how things are. But none of you really want to go out there and do something about it, I mean literally taking your own action to solve the issue. Why must I write and highlight the problem that you’re facing in your life? Did you ask me when you wanted to get into a relationship or spread up? NO! So why the fuck do I have to help solve your issues? So that your ex-boyfriend comes and whack the shit out of me is it? Theve pundelameh na adi vanggi tholeyenum.
Ironically, the only problem you have in life is related to love. I don’t fucking understand la, is spreading up your pussy the only mission you have in your life? Is that what life is all about? Recently I talked about a Meenachi who cut her wrist, and not even a few days later, I saw another young thengga cutting her hand and posting up the pictures in Facebook. The title of the album? “Love”.
And 3 weeks ago, another friend of mine; a guy committed suicide. Again, love. He drank poison, the worst part is he had always been suicidal, me and Banu made a gruesome discovery when we went through his profile.
You think this is a troublesome world isn’t it, but the fact remains life isn’t! For every single time you are facing problem, always remember that there is always someone out there who is suffering even 100 times worst than you. And YES, if you actually avoid all this punde makkah kathal during your early teenage years or at least keep it professional, you will be even better.
This is a beautiful world with one life given to you for you to make the most out of it, go out there and challenge yourself. Don’t sit at home; whine endlessly that you’re not getting enough in your life.
Despite all I’ve said, if you still think you’re very unlucky, think again; think about all the Meenachis who had ended up in this blog :)

Nallah irepa, ningge parembe paremeberai nalla irukenumpa. Ningge eneke uthevi senjethe kandipa anthe kadavul unggel nalla vecherepare ayya.

Be blessed boy, your whole generation will be blessed. For the reason you’ve helped me, God will always take care of you.

When you hear this kind of words from someone you have helped, it is an amazing feeling of satisfaction. It’s something so exhilarating you can otherwise only gain it through drugs.

By the way,those were part of the words uttered by one aunty I visited recently on behalf of Sai Fund . I was there because the boy was in desperate need of schooling items, and the mother is a single mother whose husband passed away a few years back. She survives by doing odd jobs every now and then, and since she is also sick (she has some skin disease in her legs making her unable to walk properly), there is no real permanent source of income.

When I handed over some cash and showed the boy all his new school uniforms, plus some stationeries, there was an immediate glow in their faces. The feeling that their burden has subsidized was clearly reflecting on their face.

The boy is a 15 year old, very hardworking student and clearly knows how hard her mother is working to educate him. He scored 3A’s in his UPSR despite no tuition at all, and for me that is a very good result. When I stepped in their shabby looking messy home, there was no sofa to sit at all. There were no computers, just a study table for the boy with books scattered around his table. A couple of chairs, for him to study.

Ottaiye nambathe…:P

The boy cycles to school (40 minutes away), have no money to eat during school break time, do not have phone to talk to his friends, do not have a computer to design his school projects, has no money to go to tuition classes, wears a 2 year old uniform and carries a heavily torn bag stitched by his mother, and despite all this, he was concerned about something else.

“Anne, padichirevene, question kekethan alle ille”

“I will study bro, just I don’t have anyone to ask questions when I don’t know”

I was amazed.

Sounds a very difficult life isn’t it? His life literally can be otherwise spelled as ‘trouble’.

Now, that is real TROUBLE!

What I don’t FUCKING understand about you; young girls and boys is despite all the luxury you seem to be having nowadays, all you’re doing is thinking that you’ve got the biggest trouble in life. I’m getting annoyed with your ethics, simply lacking the art of survival because everything had been spoon fed by you. Yet, after all this, you complain that life is hard for you.

How can life be fucking hard when you have Skype to talk with your boyfriend  , eat McD’s and KFC for your lunch and dinner, study in some of the most ‘happening’ college in Malaysia, and you’ve got your own car to drive to school? Some of you Meenachis are fucking stupid, I tell you. Time and time again, I’ve told you, you are very lucky indeed. You’ve not seen people who scrape through garbage to find something to eat (in India), or how many of you live in a condition like the boy I described above?

Ironically, the only problem you have in life is related to love. I don’t fucking understand la, is spreading up your pussy the only mission you have in your life? Is that what life is all about? Recently I talked about one Meenachi who cut her wrist, and not even a few days later, I saw another young thengga cutting her hand and posting up the pictures in Facebook. The title of the album? “Love”.

Some of you come and complain to me about another guy, or another girl , or sometimes how things are. But none of you really want to go out there and do something about it, I mean literally taking your own action to solve the issue. Why must I write and highlight the problem that you’re facing in your life? Did you ask me when you wanted to get into a relationship or spread up? NO! So why the fuck do I have to help solve your issues? So that your ex-boyfriend comes and whack the shit out of me is it? Ningge kudepingge, na unggeleke biography elethenuma?

And 3 weeks ago, another friend of mine; a guy committed suicide. Again, love. He drank poison, the worst part is he had always been suicidal, me and Banu made a gruesome discovery when we went through his profile.

Look at his profile picture updates around 3 months ago in FB, he had always been suicidal. He committed suicide 3 weeks back.

You think this is a troublesome world isn’t it, but the fact remains life isn’t! For every single time you are facing problem, always remember that there is always someone out there who is suffering even 100 times worst than you. And YES, if you actually avoid all this punde makkah kathal during your early teenage years or at least keep it professional, you will be even better. This is a beautiful world with one life given to you for you to make the most out of it, go out there and challenge yourself. Don’t sit at home; whine endlessly that you’re not getting enough in your life.There is so much to see, so many beers to drink, so many girls to screw, so many places to go, so many people to meet ,so many God to pray,yet all you want to do is die just because of one small lubang or batang. So, my brothers, start dribbling through your troubles .

Despite all I’ve said, if you still think you’re very unlucky, think again; think about all the Meenachis who had ended up in this blog :)


41 comments to Dribble through Trouble

  • Russ

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    inspiring! “For every single time you are facing problem, always remember that there is always someone out there who is suffering even 100 times worst than you”.. awesome words. If only everyone could think like this, none of the problem that we face would seem big.

  • Vivek

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    Bro,u got it properly nailed this time.A very good read,with great punch lines.”Ningge kudepingge, na unggeleke biography elethenuma?”….savadi liner bro.Enlightening facts.

  • SunTannedSuperman_v2.0

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    Irukerevanukke arumai theriyaadhe
    Illaadhavanekke thaan arumai theriyum.

    Those who have it all but appreciate every second of their life are those who had nothing from the start.
    Those who have everything now and still think ‘suicidal’ like the FB Kids are stupid, ungrateful, spoiled brats (who were neglected by their money-seeking, high class parents).

    It touches my heart to know the new generation has hardworking students like the boy. God bless him always.

  • M.Siva

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    Well said, Durai! It is indeed a sad thing thinking about all the youngsters nowdays when they don’t appreciate what they have in life. They misuse all the luxury given to them. They betray the trust of their parents. Most of the times, they fail to think about their future. Current afairs are more important to them than what lies ahead.

  • Athiss

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    Another 1st class post sarre. =D Btw that guy can even write it in fancy way lol.

  • Sheila

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    The boy scored 3 A’s is really a big thing for me. Nowadays some fortunate children are so dependent and lazy. Everything also “mummy”, “daddy” or for some “kakak”. To drink water also call their parents or “kakak”. So plain lazy, and does not understand the hardship of the outside world. And interestingly, they have more say in choosing their lunch and dinner, and not eating what’s being cooked. They can even opt not to eat what’s being cooked and asked their parents to buy them what they want. Watching all this, I feel glad that my parents were hard on me when I was young. They taught me that there are people who are less fortunate than us. So appreciate what we have and don’t complain that life is not fair. God helps those who help themselves!

  • Shax

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    Fantastic la u Durai bro.reading tis on my way to uni,and all i was thinking was sumtimes we duno wat others are going thru when they hide it all behind a smile.i think guy n gurls who thinks itz the end of their life once their so called love leave is actualy dumb and sad cuz the love of God and the love of our family never ever fails regardles of anyone.so to everyone,live everyday like it was ur last cuz ur amazing in God’s eyes..good on u Durai :)

  • lilburned

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    “The boy scored 3 A’s is really a big thing for me”.its a very big big big thing for me.i had everything,but yet to score even one A’s.naa ena paane, that examiner refuse to give me A’s,instead he gave me only D’s.lolx
    all the best to de boy.

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    Shocking discovery it was, If anyone of you happen to see suicidal comments, statuses or photos online, please try to knock some senses into their heads. And please, before loving others, first, love yourself.

  • Hamen

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    another first class write-up ne…!!!

  • mrs praba

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    I’m form kuching. Sridi sai baba’s child. Pls give details of the boy’s bank account no.

  • Suren

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    Bro this write will surely wake some ppl up and get them going…very inspiring..bro am following u on twitter…please be active there too bro…you are needed by all the tweeps…god bless u bro

  • A Girl.

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    So their probable theme is “Kaadhal sampai Mati”. Rot and die la then. My hope is that sometime down the road- way down the road-if I ever come across a story of a teen having suicided due to the demise of his/her parent(INSTEAD OF KAADHAL)..I, so&so hereby commit that I will run an educational trust named after him/her..which means till forever la the trust will take time to be run.

    God gave you people a humble beginning, you ruined it and a cruel lottery chose you back to back…face it instead of cowing away because you deserve it for presuming that your ugly relationship costs the life of yours. If they ever knocked mum’s tummy and said “Ma, I’m a coward. In future if my relationship happens to fail..I will suicide, mind you”, she may have not made all the effort to tolerate you and bring you up till the day u take your life along with their pride as your parents. Dot.

  • Shahindra.Kumar

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    “For every single time you are facing problem, always remember that there is always someone out there who is suffering even 100 times worst than you” truly INSPIRING !

  • vio

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    Awesome post again Durai!!! U did it again and trough this post, Im sure and hope people will realize how lucky they are compared to so many people in this world. Aren’t they so sick to keep complaining about life when they have everything… Hope this knock some sense to some pathetic people!!

    Sharing this article!! Thanks!

  • Melor

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    Awesoome post bro, can’t fcking agree more. People of our generation tend to act over-selfish in order to achieve masturbation-like satisfaction which isn’t meaningful at at all. Yeah, life isn’t fair and complaining ain’t gonna solve shit. Bitches who want to cut your hand to show your divine love with some pundapussari, just fcking chop off your hand for good.

    My old man had this saying whenever I complain alot “Why don’t you drink *someone poor*’s pee to feel what kind of hardship they’re going through”. Sounds bad but yea, it did make sense. Th boy have more courage to endure difficulties than you paedis.

    I’m gonna curi some quotes from here bro hahaha, if you don’t mind.

  • Suba

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    How do I help the 15 year old?

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    chantik macam bunga bro…seriously gempak…

  • mindrunner

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    Can you post the boy’s Bank and Account Number ? Would like to make some contribution. If possible , can you also post their address. Would like to donate some clothes as well….

  • Durai

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    Hi mindrunner,Suba and mrs praba,

    I can’t disclose the address nor the account number due to privacy reasons. That is also the reason why I have blacked out their face.

    Here’s how you could help :

    You can donate the money to our Sai Fund, state the amount of money you wish to donate and update me through call/SMS : 0166912456

    I will redirect the total money collected, to them. The acccount number is registered under our financer :

    Account : 162393764732 (Wadiah Savings Account – Maybank)

    Account Holder : Preeta

    All your transactions will be publicly listed in our http://www.saifund.org/v2 site.

  • jamuna

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    Very recently I went to india, and there I realised how much harder life was and yet people did not seem to be worried constantly. They learned to manage with what they had. Some houses were made out of just some jute sticks and planks with a small bulb as their light. No electrical amenities at all. No cars/bikes/whatsoever. Yet, people lived pass their daily life. Kids were practically begging everywhere for food, some rummaging through garbage bins to eat whatever leftovers in there.

    Ad here we have got idiots slashing up their wrists for no reason. I wonder what has become of the younger generation-Indians especially… Looking at the way school kids behave nowadays is completely devastating.

  • Sai

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    Good Post…But some tips on what to do when they feel suicidal will help. Remember suicidal victims go with what the heart says. They are unable to control their brains. It all happens in a spur of moment.

    We are born with the ability to take our own lives. Each year a million people make that choice. Even in societies where suicide is illegal or taboo, people still kill themselves.

    For many people who feel suicidal, there seems to be no other way out. Death describes their world at that moment and the strength of their suicidal feelings should not be under-estimated – they are real and powerful and immediate. There are no magic cures.

    But it is also true that:

    Suicide is often a permanent solution to a temporary problem
    When we are depressed, we tend to see things through the very narrow perspective of the present moment. A week or a month later, things may look completely different
    Most people who once thought about killing themselves are now glad to be alive. They say they didn’t want to end their lives – they just wanted to stop the pain.

    The most important step is to talk to someone. People who feel suicidal should not try to cope alone. They should seek help NOW.

    Talk to family or friends. Just talking to a family member or a friend or a colleague can bring huge relief.
    Talk to a befriender. Some people cannot talk to family or friends. Some find it easier to talk to a stranger. There are befriending centers all over the world, with volunteers who have been trained to listen. If calling is too difficult, the person can send an email.
    Talk to a doctor. If someone is going through a longer period of feeling low or suicidal, he or she may be suffering from clinical depression. This is a medical condition caused by a chemical imbalance, and can usually be treated by a doctor through the prescription of drugs and/or a referral to therapy.

    Time is an important factor in ‘moving on’, but what happens in that time also matters. When someone is feeling suicidal, they should talk about their feelings immediately.

    Follow this link.. it helps..
    http://www.befrienders.org/support/index.asp?PageURL=suicidal_feelings.php

  • kumar

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    this is something which i will definitely share…thanks bro!

  • saro

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    vannakam ..

    life le sathika vendiyathu evelavoo iruke, kastha paduravungga niraya peyer irukangge, thevai ilatha vellai seivathode, theva paduravungga leke kai kodukalamei.

  • Vivek Muniappan

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    Even in the trouble times, the boy is positive about his situation and hopes for solution.

    As for the rest of facebook wannabes, they should just reflect on the hardships faced by others. Then, they will know how lucky they are.

  • devillicangel

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    such an inspiring post!! a good message that i have always wanted to ‘spread’ around to my endless-complaining friends!! and i have a story to share with others too..i used to think that i have a worthless life years ago when there was nothing else except for problems in my life from all the corners..broken family, love failure, studies, etc.. and they were too much for a teenager i shall say..and all this crappy came to end when i finally “tried” suicidal.. that was the dumbest thing ever i have done in my life but something which i consider as an eye-opener.. (some people they will simply learn from their mistakes u see..just like how my dad will quote it in tamil.. ‘nerrupe thotta than sudum’ne teriyum’.. same goes here i guess.. hehehe!) and i decided to leave all those past behind and moved on to start a brand new life.. thank god my family were so supportive and they allowed me to leave the hosue for my studies..and i indulge myself alone by doing many kind of activities..(i took up baratam and i started to teach kids tuition in an estate at Labu..) trust me.. social service could heal all sort of pains and take away any sorrows… i really hope all other sis/bro out there who are feeling the same about their life as in its useless and so on.. that they will never TAKE the wrong route in gaining the knowledge of appreciating life like what i DID,instead get it cleared about it right now and start living a better life… as its mentioned above.. there are so much to do, so much to see, so many ways to live our lives happily!! have a wonderful day people.. :)

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    Namaku orey policy thaan: Perchene illatha manasune illei, perchene illathavan manasune illai.

  • Priya

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    I’m really impressed. It really opened my mind. Thanks lot… :)

  • Kokku Saare

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    Durai Bro,

    I must say, this article contents are CEKAP BIN BAKAP!!.. well said bro.
    Nowadays machans and meenachis are very much ungrateful with what they have.
    Had a good life just be happy with it.

  • khanchie

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    awesome durai! very well said!

  • dave

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    awesome shit yawwwww!!! I support your post to the very max, kids nowadays have totally forgotten their onus to themselves, I seriously that girl who risked her life for another guy is the BIGGEST STUPID of the freaking world :) cheers.

  • Alan

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    A great post, as usual! I think I have quite a lot to say about the present generation, especially indians. I am a teacher in a local secondary school, with a large number of indian students. To cut all craps and tell the truth, our teenagers are way swerved and misled. It may sound like a cliche, but nevertheless, it is the raw truth. Let me list out what are the main social ills of our students.
    1. love(inthe kandravi pudicha karumathule thaan namma pillaigga alinju porangge)
    -their lovers are definitely some rogues either from besi buruk collecting profession, or car wash company.This is something very serious as these girls will do anything to be with their lovers. They will cheat their parents, elope with them and ready to be beaten up to dead. Boys, on the other hand, will maximise their styles and what not to get a girlfriend. Another disease lately is falling in love with older girls.
    2. Gang obsession
    – The boys especially crave to be in a gang, and they seem to have the entire knowledge of getting into a gang and be successful in it. Besides, being somebody in a gang is also an important requirement of being loved by a girl.
    3. smoking habits/ alcohol comsumption
    – last week, a peralihan student(13 yrs old) came to school drunk, with 2 bottles of MGR Patta Saaraayam in his school bag. I think i dont have to explain anymore on how rotten our society has become.If a Peralihan is able to do this much, think about form 5.
    4. vulgar language/ act
    – not only to their peers but to the teachers as well, without any guilty conscious
    Not people, let us ponder and discuss where we are, and what we should do to elevate our community.

  • M.K.

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    Another great post as usual. It really is sad that people fail to understand how lucky we all are. To start with, being born with everything well intact inself is a huge blessing. With so many problems in the world traumatising millions, its a shame that all most of the teenagers, the young minds and the future leaders can talk about is love and relationship. YES it is a huge part of life, but there are so many more stuffs larger than life. Life is NOT that simple. And we can make a difference in anything we set our minds to.

    Inspiring and amazing stuff Durai. Hope your blog does change some ‘maramandais’. We really need more sane indian around, or even just sane humans for that matter, who’s good at getting their priorities right. It amazes me how you’re consistently producing worthwile articles. KEEP IT UP!

  • ram

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    Durai bro….i would like to help the boy…setakat yang saya boleh la…may be donating sum money from my saved money…buzz me wen u c me 09 in fb…..

  • Supermacha

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    Dribble like Maradona through the troubles!

  • just-saying

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    my friend who was suicidal recovered after reading this. thanks a lot. this is an amazing one from you.

  • Prem

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    U were very true about kid’s in this age been spoon fed and Yet they complain that life is hard for them ,,,,The article would be useful 4 Thenggas out There :)

  • Macha

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    Personally I know many tenggas like this. Even, when I use to talk to them, they always talk shit and always will say that life sucks, making them hard to live. They don’t even try to live here first of all. The funniest truth said by bro Durai is, they think their only mission in life is to spread their pussy.(same goes to the male). to fuck around the corner.

  • suren

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    better give blood donation rather thn waste it …..

x

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