Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's Hrithik Roshan

Somebody just changed his chuddies.
"The letter 'M' to me signifies macho, mischievous and definitely male. The 'MacroMan M Series' is a brand which is all of them and certainly gives a good boost to my male ego when I wear it," added Hrithik.
I don't know about Mr. Roshan's household, but over at my place, underwear strictly signifies weekend chores and looking for the cheapest and the biggest container of detergent at Costco.

And what is this "good boost to my male ego when I wear it" business? If Hrithik's "male ego" gets a "boost" only after he covers his, um, stuff, he must have a - wait for it - a small problem.
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"MacroMan M"? Seriously, "MacroMan M"? Can you come up with an even more obvious name for a line of underwear? (Not that I think "Lamba-Chauda" would stand a chance in India's metros....) Your responses in the commentspace, please.

11 comments:

Space Bar said...

i think you've left everyone effectively speechless. good work!

Tabula Rasa said...

yup, right from the title on down, you've covered all the bases.
kiss my chaudas, man.

??! said...

kiss my chaudas
you've got fourteen of them? *acts innocent-and-confused to avoid grimaces from people who recognise a lame joke when they spot one*

km said...

space bar: And there I was, thinking I was writing thought- and speech-provoking posts.

TR and ??!: oh please stop these puerile jokes before they start to prick others' conscience.

Tabula Rasa said...

can't help it - they're implanted.

MockTurtle said...

I think its a swell name.
I can picture the ads already -
"Macro Man M Makes Mountains of Molehills".
Hey does anyone remember that corny undies ad from way back when, with this mustachioed guy jumping off a balcony in a dressing gown, saving his woman, punching out a mugger and flashing everyone in the process? What was it, VIP? You could barely see the jocks under his hairy paunch.

km said...

MT: Dude, didn't that corny VIP ad run in the 1970s!? (Unless you are talking about a TV commercial...)

MockTurtle said...

No no man, the same ad had a print format (often on the inner cover of Debonair magazine - or so I've been told), and also a film version that played in movie theatres during the interval. I think it was Dalip Tahil.

MockTurtle said...

VIP Frenchie - that's right. Crappy undies too, they would ride up your butt and the elastic used to come off after a couple of washes.

Sai said...

MT...quality assurance..thats what was missing back in those days

km said...

That was Dilip Tahil indeed.

And stop dissing the Frenchie, MT and Sai! It was considered "high fashion" for our generation.