Columbus’ America discovery

I received this bit as a forward and couldn’t resist sharing it on the blog. Have fun!

Pun intended.

If Columbus had been married he might never have discovered America because of the following:

  • Where are you going?
  • With whom?
  • Why?
  • How are you going?
  • To discover what?
  • Why you? columbus
  • What do I do, when you are not here?
  • Can I come with you ?
  • Coming back when?
  • Dinner ghar par hi khaoge?
  • Mere liye kya laoge?
  • It seems you deliberately made this ….
  • Hain na…
  • Why?
  • Dont lie….
  • Why r u making such programs
  • You seem to be making a lot of such programs
  • Why?
  • I want to go to my parents place
  • I want you to come and leave me
  • I want you to come and pick me up
  • I don’t want to come back….
  • I will never come back….
  • Why are u not stopping me….
  • I don’t understand what is this discovery chakker?
  • You always do like this…..
  • Last time also u did like this….
  • Now a day’s u always seem to do like this….
  • I still don’t understand what else is balance to be discovered…
  • Where are u going?
  • With who?
  • Why?

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5 Replies to “Columbus’ America discovery”

  1. Dear Gents & Ladies,

    Women is a women and man is a man either you keep them behind or forward. 🙂

    Its the mind / the character which brings success as well as failure :D..

  2. Columbus married Filipa Moniz Perestrello, daughter of the Porto Santo governor, the Portuguese nobleman of Genoese origin Bartolomeu Perestrello. In 1479 or 1480, his son Diego was born. Some records report that Filipa died in 1485. It is also speculated that Columbus may have simply left his first wife. In either case Columbus found a mistress in Spain in 1487, a 20-year-old orphan named Beatriz Enriquez de Arana.

    So the forward is just crap and the old saying always goes, “behind every successful man, there is a woman”. In his case it is actually women:) So dear Vivee, learn that a woman is never an obstacle for your success, but is actually the inspiration :)) Cheers!

    1. @Swetha: What’s new? Well, read Shalini’s comment above 😛

      @Shalini: I did that research before I clicked ‘Publish’. Shared it anyway as it’s too good. As my first few lines say and so does Swetha’s comment above, pun intended. 🙂

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