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சலூன் கடைக்காரரிடம்
தன் உயிரை பிணையம் வைக்கிறார்கள்
ஆண்கள்...

சவரம் செய்யும் பொழுதில்
கழுத்தின் மேல் கத்தி!

Masculinity ஆண்மை #ஆண் #ஆண்மை #Man #Men #masculinity #mustache #Beard

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wind
Today there is a mustache in the air,
These winds look very sweet to you.
It used to come every day,
But you have felt today ..

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#Nojoto #Hindi #nojotoenglish #nojotopoetry #Poetry #Poet #Love #Life Sayaro Bano Suprabha Kumari Rinu Sangya Venu

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Baba Sehgal - Chicken Fried Rice (New Song)
No Wonder we are living in Kalyug and soon one day - God will say Fuck You Humans - I dont know what shit you are smoking up.. Go Die Idiots.. and the world will end. - Only because of people like Baba Sehgal







He describes his song as: “The song is pacy, catchy & trippy so we can put it in the TRIP HOP (read: SHIT HOP) genre.”


See what comments he got on Twitter

Your comments ?

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Watch "Pen Pineapple Apple Pen" Performed With Actual Fruit 
 You know "Pen Pineapple Apple Pen"? No? You should. It’s the worst song of 2016. It’s also perhaps the catchiest, and Andrew Huang is now here to figure out the absurd lyrics of the song everyone loves to hate: "PPAP."
Huang starts the video by performing the catchy melody of PPAP. With actual pineapples, apples, and pens. So that’s great. And then he starts to show visuals of the actual lyrics. Y’know, sticking pens into pineapples and apples. That kind of thing.

Watch "Pen Pineapple Apple Pen" Performed With Actual Fruit
You know "Pen Pineapple Apple Pen"? No? You should. It’s the worst song of 2016. It’s also perhaps the catchiest, and Andrew Huang is now here to figure out the absurd lyrics of the song everyone loves to hate: "PPAP."
Huang starts the video by performing the catchy melody of PPAP. With actual pineapples, apples, and pens. So that’s great. And then he starts to show visuals of the actual lyrics. Y’know, sticking pens into pineapples and apples. That kind of thing.

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This Video Of Burqa-Clad Saudi Women Skateboarding Is Winning The Internet 
 A video featuring Saudi women skateboarding, dancing and singing to a catchy song has taken the internet by storm. Published on December 23 on YouTube, the video titled Hwages which roughly translates to 'concerns' in English, has gone viral and garnered nearly 3 million views in less than a fortnight.The video, created by director Majed al-Esa of the Saudi production company 8ies Studios, features a group of Saudi women going against traditions to take up singing, dancing and skateboarding, has sparked a widespread debate across the world, especially in Arab countries.The bold move by the makers to produce a video on the concept of females breaking gender stereotypes in the largely conservative and male-dominated Middle Eastern country, has miffed many. But nonetheless, the video has reached a widespread audience and the number of views on it is still going strong.
While a lot of people have appreciated the maker's intention behind the video - women empowerment and motivating girls to break gender barriers, others haven't really approved of it. You can see the video here and judge for yourself.

This Video Of Burqa-Clad Saudi Women Skateboarding Is Winning The Internet
A video featuring Saudi women skateboarding, dancing and singing to a catchy song has taken the internet by storm. Published on December 23 on YouTube, the video titled Hwages which roughly translates to 'concerns' in English, has gone viral and garnered nearly 3 million views in less than a fortnight.The video, created by director Majed al-Esa of the Saudi production company 8ies Studios, features a group of Saudi women going against traditions to take up singing, dancing and skateboarding, has sparked a widespread debate across the world, especially in Arab countries.The bold move by the makers to produce a video on the concept of females breaking gender stereotypes in the largely conservative and male-dominated Middle Eastern country, has miffed many. But nonetheless, the video has reached a widespread audience and the number of views on it is still going strong.
While a lot of people have appreciated the maker's intention behind the video - women empowerment and motivating girls to break gender barriers, others haven't really approved of it. You can see the video here and judge for yourself.

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