Thursday, August 31, 2006

The Humourous world of Melvin Durai

Melvin Durai, was born in India, raised in Zambia and brainwashed in America. So to speak. If you've never read his humor columns, you're in for a special treat.

To quote from his website:

On this warm afternoon, the professor is teaching three ambitious students how to communicate with Indian customers. Professor: "Okay, Gary, Randy and Jane, first we need to give you Indian names. Gary, from now on, you'll be known to your customers as Gaurav. Randy, you'll be Ranjit. And Jane, you'll be Jagadamba.

Now imagine you just received a call from Delhi. What do you say?"

Gary: "Name as tea?"

Professor: "I think you mean 'namaste.' Very good. But what do you say after that?"

Read this article here

All of Melvin Durai here

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