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The Surgical Strike

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Credits

Image - Window Rain Drops by Eric Alder
Courtesy - www.deviantart.com via www.blogaton.in

Comments

  1. Hahaha....Well no, u didn't suck. Not this time....I liked the Icecream jumping out at the end of ur post..... :)

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  2. aha what a war :D
    waise rainy days mei ice cream ka maza hi kuch aur hai...
    I loved the suspense :D mast narrations hai :D

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  3. sweeeet...Its raining and I am heading out to get one of those bars...:D

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  4. That was cute :)
    Liked it a lot !!!

    Take Care.

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  5. LOL :D That was fun, as always, Sid! Liked it a lot!

    My Blogaton Entry

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  6. cute from Siddesh.. "Ice cream..." Love your take on the image dude.. Awesome..

    Good luck for BAT....and ~ the pic became our.. the home became our... ~

    and vote for your favorite entries here

    Someone is Special

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  7. It certainly was captivating! Nice one.
    All the best for BAT.

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  8. What exactly was the theme? I couldn't figure it out. :D

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  9. can be made into a good ice cream commercial...nice one!!

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  10. a different thought...made me smile... brought my memories back

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