BlogAdda’s Tangy Tuesday Picks – May 15, ’12

Tangy Tuesday PicksChild Sexual Abuse Awareness got a new friend last Sunday. A new ray of hope maybe? Khan even conducted a workshop with the kids. That surely made parents watching it on TV more confident, that it is okay to talk to your kid about it, and make them aware about a bad and a good touch. Sunday also brightened many faces of Mothers worldwide, as their kids made them feel special on Mother’s Day. A great weekend that was! Awakening and Awarding at the same time. So what does the blogosphere has to say? Read on and find out.

    • Who: Conjecture Girl
      What: A Mother’s Day Reminder
      Tangy: Woah! This post is surely going to ring the bell for all mothers. It is time to smell the coffee mommy, so read this post, and make yourself feel better. Read it to know your ‘child’ better; read it to accept what you already knew.

    • Who: Privy Trifles
      What: Care and Concern ~ This week
      Tangy: Care and Concern – two topics are shortly yet nicely discussed in this post. In relationships Quality matters not the Quantity. Hi-5 on that Privy! One more important learning Privy shares through this post. When one is in trouble, we should not ask them “what happened?”, rather we should ask them “can we help?” Remember this whenever you see a troubled person near you next time. 🙂

    • Who: Rachna Parmar
      What: Commas go into coma, and apostrophes hang themselves!
      Tangy: There are many people who have great confusion about commas, semi-colons, hyphens and apostrophes. If one remembers rules properly, it really isn’t a big problem. It isn’t even a difficulty to remember these things. Rachna shares her disappointment over coming across mistakes and tells us how punctuation can change the meaning of a sentence.

    • Who: Ryan Fernandes
      WhatMore than just a phone!
      Tangy: This post reminds us of the earlier days, when Internet and mobile phones were not what they are today! There are so many things one can do with a mobile phone and an Internet facility with it. Just read this post, in which Ryan tells us where it can be very helpful!

    • Who: Manoj Nair
      WhatThe doctor is in
      Tangy: Manoj knows exactly how to tell a story. 🙂 A simple story from his childhood days is made so interesting to read. Read his post to know about Dr. Patel and his 3 legged chair. 🙂

    • Who: Subhorup Dasgupta
      WhatFalling Down Like Hail: A Brief History of the Blues
      Tangy: Who hasn’t heard Blues?! If you have been let down or been passed up for another, lost a love or missed a bus, have done the right thing but been punished for no fault of yours, you know the blues! Here is a post to enlighten you with the roots of this music genre. Check it out!

    • Who: Deboshree Bhattacharjee
      WhatA Gaali in every Gully
      Tangy: How hard can it be to speak clean? This is a difficult question to answer. How many people do you know, who can sustain a day without using a cuss word? Very few. A very rare breed. 😉 Sisters and mothers have to bear the brunt in all Hindi gaalis. Idiot-box can beep it, but can the real life beep out these gaalis for others? Have a look at what Deboshree has to say on this.

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4 Replies to “BlogAdda’s Tangy Tuesday Picks – May 15, ’12”

  1. Thanks a lot Blogadda for featuring my post. It feels delightful! Never thought a gaali could be of such functional importance. 😀

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