Thursday Challenge (50) :-”BROKEN”

Posted: June 5, 2014 in challenge, Friends, FriendShip, Garden, Good times, Photos, Thursday Challenge
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Thursday Challenge : BROKEN (Something cracked, damaged, broken, or not working…)

This is what happens when CRICKET FEVER takes over on a Sunday.. Wish I could have clicked the pics of playing.. but at least the Result is here to see.. I am sure you all can imagine what fun we had on a sunny british day, which turned rainy and the garden muddy.. but the FIGHT to win over opponents and Score the highest runs .. did not let us stop even after breaking Three windows 🙂 ..

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and here’s another link to an older post .. that too fits perfectly on the theme of BROKEN (Something cracked, damaged, broken, or not working…)

Thursday Challenge (48) : ABANDONED – Real Story @Dornier DO 17

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  1. greenboochi says:

    We have broken quite a few windows playing cricket as kids 😀

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  2. Rachna says:

    Wait let me call the cops :D.

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  3. If we broke a window, we’d clear the ground in 5 seconds. There will not be a trace of anyone having played cricket, when the house-owner rushes out to see 😛

    Destination Infinity

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  4. Pheno Menon says:

    From the time I picked up an SLR even broken stuffs have a novelty 🙂

    PhenoMenon
    http://throodalookingglass.com/2014/05/trinity/

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    • Bikramjit says:

      Sorry the comment went to spam.. I just saw it today ..

      he he he he yeah i can relate to that for sure .. Thank you so much for visiting .. do keep coming back

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  5. YAM says:

    Hari Om
    At least you were there to carry the cost of you fun… cricket (next to rugby union) is possibly the greatest game in the universe. World Cup??? Whassat then….. YAM xx

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  6. hehe Bikramjit love this fiction with tinge of reality, every Indian child knows quite a bit bout’

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  7. padmaja says:

    Great result :-))
    Will everyone pool in to fix them 🙂 That I will call the spirit of the game 🙂

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  8. Krishna Dev says:

    Hahaha! Good fun.
    I remember when I was a school kid and we used to play cricket in our neighborhood but our neighbors were very annoying, they would never let us play “Go play somewhere else, you morons” they would shoo us by scolding us.

    At times we used to make a lot of noise on purpose and throw the ball toward the most annoying neighbor “Garhwali Aunty”, that is what we kids used to call her because their family were from Garhwal. She would sometimes be so irritated that she ran after all of us to beat us. 😀

    Your post just sent me decades back in time. 🙂

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    • Bikramjit says:

      we got all that.. you know this reminds me our neghbours , the dad was very strict he would beat the kid , one day we were playing and the window broke.. the glass fell inside the house.. right on the bed inside .. and the poor kid slept all night on that bed which had glass on it .. as he did not dare tell his dad what had happened… Thank god nothing bad happened and he did not get stab or something ..

      next day obviously the dad saw and oh boy we all got a thrashing 😦

      THank you so much … and am glad it brought some memories back

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  9. Must be fun and the older picture is a treasure.

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  10. Wow! 3 window panes broken and you guys got away with it??!!!

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  11. haha…this is an epic pix, bikram cause many of our windows have been broken and then put newspaper over it until repaired 🙂

    thanks for taking me down memory lane!

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  12. the little princess says:

    wahan par bhi? hahahaha…..!!

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    • Bikramjit says:

      oh yesssssssss yahan par bhi and good thing is no one broke the neighbours windows else I am sure there would have been some Insurance claims coming my way … he he he he

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  13. Found In Folsom says:

    Cops committing crimes? what can I say now?

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    • Bikramjit says:

      areeeeeeeeeeeee no no .. APne ghar main thoda crime hai.. this was in my own house so no crime .. but haan I will pass this message to others .. they might contribute towards the damage he he he he he 🙂

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  14. That window looks sooo familiar 🙂 Great take on the prompt!

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  15. jaishvats says:

    Glass windows should be banned in cricket loving countries. What do you think ? 😉

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    • Bikramjit says:

      hmmmmmmmmmm yessssssssssss .. before we started playing someone even suggested to board them.. but we were in too much hurry to play .. and then when one broke we said what the hell might as well carry on 🙂 oooops

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  16. Haha you broke your own windows 🙂 you really like cricket looks like.

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    • Bikramjit says:

      I know and the worst is the third window I broke while batting myself.. while i was telling everyone else not to hit .. not to hit .. play slowly and i ended up doing it myself 🙂

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  17. B k chowla says:

    Who,in his younger days hasn’t broken windows while playing cricket.
    I am sure Tendulkar and Gawaskar too must have

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    • Bikramjit says:

      yes sir indeed .. I am sure they did .. but thankfully they went on to become starts after breaking them and earned enough money to fix the broken windows .. sadly I have not he he he he he

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  18. We used to when we were kids…but, kids today….no idea at all.

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  19. Going by the number of broken glasses there, the cricket match must have been a spectacle!

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  20. Satsriakal ji,
    Enne saare shishe fod ditte… :O
    The another name of cricket is craziness ‘beyond limits’. It brings a different kind of excitement. Another thing I wonder about, how people co relate with cricket in everything ??
    My daar ji compares cricket with appetite as ‘Team’ 😀 :p

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    • Bikramjit says:

      Sat Sri akal Simran..
      haanji chak te fatte .. saare fod te 🙂

      it is fun especially at my age and especially when dont get time .. to do all that we did when we were kids ..

      My regards please to your Daarji …..

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  21. alkagurha says:

    The pictures reminded me of a time when a kid broke our car windshield. The car was a day old. I can never forget that. 🙂

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  22. Sakshi Nanda says:

    And you got away? 😀

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    • Bikramjit says:

      ha ha ha ha .. well Mam.. thankfully it was my own house … otherwise i am sure the neighbour would have called 999 and it might have resulted in community resolution or a criminal charge for sure

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  23. Novroz says:

    Since I am not a sport person (only like watching it) …so breaking glasses never happen to me.
    You should play in other place..free of glass windows 😉

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  24. 😀 It happened once when I was playing cricket as a kid . The consequence was not very sweet though 😦

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  25. Anita says:

    Can totally connect with this! Great interpretation of the word, Bikram 🙂

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  26. Bindu says:

    Do you play cricket regularly? Then soon there won’t be any glasses left for the windows in the neighbourhood if it goes on at this rate. 🙂

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    • Bikramjit says:

      I wish i could .. he he he he yeah thank god i dont play regularly 🙂

      well i have jsut a small garden and its fenced all around so not that much of a risk to neighbours 🙂

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  27. Valli says:

    I did this too when I was a kid 😛

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  28. siddharthajoshi says:

    Nice shots…

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  29. Madhu says:

    Lovely shots! I just realised the immense advantages of living on the fourth floor!! 🙂

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    • Bikramjit says:

      ha ha haha yes indeed .. it is a advantage unless someone is good in hitting SIXES only 🙂

      welcome to this blog thank you so much for visiting .. Please do keep visiting ..

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  30. gc1963 says:

    You’ve really broken all ‘barriers’ with that bat of yours! 🙂

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  31. Rajlakshmi says:

    3 windows gosh!! you guys really did some dhamaal 🙂

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  32. swathishenoy says:

    Gosh! 3 windows! I understand the craze.. my cousins who came over summer used to make me play cricket with them though they never let me bat! Until I was 10. That’s when I finally put my foot down and said a big NO to the game 😛 Though we never broke any glass, we had lost so many balls which fell into our neighbor’s compound, which he never returned!

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  33. Shilpa Garg says:

    3 Windows!! My god! Did it result in unleashing of wrath of the owners?

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  34. beloome says:

    And you also captured them on camera 🙂 That’s great character! Reminder for next time, maybe 🙂

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  35. Khushboo says:

    Three windows! That is impressive. I have managed to bat for more than an over. I am more of a bowler, you see 🙂

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    • Bikramjit says:

      right next time.. you bowl and i can bat.. and if the window breaks we can say its your fault .. you bowled the ball there he he he he 🙂

      Thank you so much mam.. glad you liked the pic

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  36. privytrifles says:

    Ha ha ha ha…. that was super cool!

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