Wednesday, 16 December 2009

Why? Why? Why?

# Tiger Woods -- census at the time of going to press puts his collection of mistresses exactly level-par with his 14 Majors -- has, well nearly had, a drink named after him;

# Rafael Nadal, known for his feat of clay, has an asteroid named after him;

# Gabriela Sabatini, the alpha ooh-inducing racquetier of her days, has a rose bearing her name;

# Even Jonah Lomu, who earned his stripes rewriting rugby records in the day and stealing protégé’s wife in the night, has a volcano named after him;

Any explanation for this inordinate heel-dragging in naming one of the rocket-launching stations after Virender Sehwag even when a toddler knows that he has planted far more spheres in the orbit?

(P.S Also read 11 Indian cricketers and things that could be named after them.)


Christopher Poshin David said...

Enjoyed the other posts with the names...Dravid an Defense HQ!!

Yea...Maybe it's high time that ISRO took notice of Sehwag;

Do visit thisheart warming tale

Som said...

CPD, heartwarming indeed.

wujing said...

sale uggs
uggs on sale
ugg outlet

Som said...

Wujing, nice one:)

sudipta pal said...

We deliver flowers, fruits, chocolates, wines, gift hampers and more gifts same day all over Portugal. Same day delivery of flowers, cakes, chocolates and more. Low prices and guaranteed delivery all over Portugal.

Please visit:

Dreamy damsel said...

lol.. that was good..

Michael said...


was born in Mumbai 1968, in Marwari family from a

Rajaldesar village in Rajasthan. When he was aged about 16. He

decided to quit his further studies, because his ambition was to

become an excellent businessman. After quitting his studies he

decided to start his business. In Present days his Business is popular

by brand name Mercury, which is sold and uses his product

Worldwide by common people.