Topic started by i want to know (@ 22.214.171.124) on Thu Dec 6 21:14:47 EST 2001.
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Please choose a song out of the following that is the best to dance for, as far as a presentation goes:
Megham Karrukuthu, Kushi
Mississippi Nadhi Kulunga, Priyamanavale
I Like You, Citizen
Please remember, that the song must captivate the audience.
- From: Netiquette Narayanan (@ 126.96.36.199)
on: Thu Dec 6 22:15:46 EST 2001
Pls. use relevant titles for topics you start. I do *not* find this topic as compelling as you do.
- From: ungappan (@ 188.8.131.52)
on: Thu Dec 6 22:45:21 EST 2001
yenna da mayire topic ithu?. yetcha baade ......porambokku.....otha lavada kabaal.....
ozhungu mariyaathaiya poidu da naaye
- From: evano oruvan (@ 184.108.40.206)
on: Tue Dec 11 23:11:00 EST 2001
first question-- are you male or female? if you're male, i don't recommend dancing to "megam karukkuthu," "i like you," or "kannaalanae." and who picked this awful list of songs for you to dance to? can't you find anything better?
my recommendations would be something dancy yet popular like, "kaadhal oru thanikkachi," from shah jahan, or "alagiya theeyae" from minnalae. heck, you could even go with something like "all day jolly day" from manathai thirudi vittaai. if i were dancing, i'd do the hindi song "koi kahe kehta rahe" from dil chahta hai, though.
if you're a girl, "kannaalanae" is a good one, if you know slow dance moves.
- From: pombala pythiam (@ 220.127.116.11)
on: Tue Dec 11 23:12:04 EST 2001
strip down to your underwear and dance "vaseegara" from minnalae! that will captivate the audience (especially the men!)
- From: anjali (@ 18.104.22.168)
on: Mon Dec 17 21:26:20 EST 2001
this is a joke rigth?
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