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I guess I'll be the first to post under Kunal's.  He is a cutie pie, and I love his face expressions!  i was wondering if anyone else notice how smooth his legs looked in the Spoiler alert episode? hahaha

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Kunal is a cutie. I enjoy following him on Twitter. He always has something positive to say.

every time i see him on twitter he's like BALLS

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haha, well, I guess I paid more attention to his retweeting the Dali Lama and talking about his sweet grandma, etc. But, now that you mention it, I do see all those Monday "ball" tweets. He's still a cutie.  :icon_biggrin:

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OMG still I cannot understand what "ball-mondayball" means :(

Do you mean he is depressed or silly or childish or what?

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In the first episodes I was feeling unconfortable with some (most of) his jokes. It is a type of "joke" I cannot understand and make me think it is good he was not talking very much at that time, like when he learnt about that plastic thing American pizzas have for avoiding the cheese to paste on the box (2x 22):

Raj: That what that’s for? In India, the lid just touches the cheese. Of
course, we also have rampant poverty and periodic outbreaks of cholera,
so a little cardboard in our cheese is no biggie.

 

What is this? :icon_eek:

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OMG still I cannot understand what "ball-mondayball" means :(

Do you mean he is depressed or silly or childish or what?

 

Not depressed but bored or annoyed (Sheldon reapeated that idiom when bothered by something)

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Not depressed but bored or annoyed (Sheldon reapeated that idiom when bothered by something)

Thanks :)

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In the first episodes I was feeling unconfortable with some (most of) his jokes. It is a type of "joke" I cannot understand and make me think it is good he was not talking very much at that time, like when he learnt about that plastic thing American pizzas have for avoiding the cheese to paste on the box (2x 22):

Raj: That what that’s for? In India, the lid just touches the cheese. Of

course, we also have rampant poverty and periodic outbreaks of cholera,

so a little cardboard in our cheese is no biggie.

 

What is this? :icon_eek:

 

 

Oh I didn't  understand his joke at episod 15x06 when his talking with Howard in Bernnie's appartment

 

Raj to Howard:"The way to make lemonade...you know from arround the corner where fugde is made"...

 

it's sound little  yacky ... and I have feeling that means something disgusting :icon_lol: , but I'm  not sure. :icon_wink:

 

He's sweetie and I feel so sorry for him that he's so lonely, that everybody has someone but not him. I wonder what's the deal with  him and Lucy. I hope that the writers have ideas  and they  do something sweet with this couple. He deserves to be happy.

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"Raj is a sweetie and I feel so sorry for him that he's so lonely, that everybody has someone but not him.

I wonder what's the deal with  him and Lucy. He deserves to be happy."

 

I hope for Raj and wish one day he has a good woman and a prosperous life with children.

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"Raj is a sweetie and I feel so sorry for him that he's so lonely, that everybody has someone but not him.

I wonder what's the deal with  him and Lucy. He deserves to be happy."

 

I hope for Raj and wish one day he has a good woman and a prosperous life with children.

 

Oh yes you're right. Like Mary Cooper were said..." Azians are inscrutable folk" ...so who knows maybe Lucy will help him with his addiction to alcohol

 that no one said  ... "I thought our indians have occasional alcohol problems" :icon_mrgreen::icon_lol:

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Oh I didn't  understand his joke at episod 15x06 when his talking with Howard in Bernnie's appartment

 

Raj to Howard:"The way to make lemonade...you know from arround the corner where fugde is made"...

 

it's sound little  yacky ... and I have feeling that means something disgusting :icon_lol: , but I'm  not sure. :icon_wink:

 

It's from an old school yard rhyme.  "Milk, milk, lemonade, around the corner fudge is made" as you point to breasts, crotch, and rear.

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It's from an old school yard rhyme.  "Milk, milk, lemonade, around the corner fudge is made" as you point to breasts, crotch, and rear.

 

 Thanks for information. Oh that's funny, little disgusting, but funny... :icon_lol: :icon_lol:

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Not sure if you heard about this one already, but here is some news about Kunal Nayyar, he will be voicing a character named Vijay in an upcoming new cartoon from children's network Nickelodeon called "Sanjay & Craig" which is about a boy and his best friend a snake.


And here is a description about this cartoon that Kunal is doing

 

Sanjay & Craig–The 20-episode series tells the story of two best friends–one of whom is a snake–and the true adventures of being a kid.  Voice actors include: Maulik Pancholy (30 Rock) as Sanjay; Chris Hardwick (Nerdist, Back at the Barnyard) as Craig; Tony Hale (Arrested Development) as Mr. Noodman; Linda Cardellini (Freaks and Geeks) as Megan; Kunal Nayyar (The Big Bang Theory) as Vijay; and Grey DeLisle (Fairly Odd Parents) as Darlene.  Sanjay & Craig is created and co-executive produced by Jim Dirschberger , Jay Howell (character design for Bob’s Burgers) and Andreas Trolf , and executive produced by Nickelodeon alumni Will McRobb and Chris Viscardi (The Adventures of Pete & Pete, Alvin and the Chipmunks).
Via:
http://www.nickandmore.com/2013/02/26/nickelodeon-upfront-2013/
 

 

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My favorite characters are Rajesh's parents, especially his father.

I even tried to develop an app in the App Store with a talking Indian and tried to make it as similar as Raj's father.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/talking-bunty/id589855889?mt=8

No need to download it, you can just watch the screenshots and share an opinion.

I would really appreciate an honest opinion to try and improve it as much as possible.

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