Save My A*s

And what a useful service this is, you are going to think. Just in case you are busy coding your last part of unix script or regression testing the broken links in your .NET code or even seriously sighting the girl opposite to your house, never mind. When you are busy indulging in one of these things, like Madhvan to Reema Sen in Minnale, Save My A*S service would keep sending flowers to your girl friend(s ??) and will bill you after its been done. If only she or they were to notice this uniformity in sending flowers never mind, SMA would still save you A by sending surprise flowers that would make them feel what a lovable boy friend ya husband you are.

From Save My A*S site [via] –

Why do I need this?

If you’re a successful professional whose career demands the bulk of your time, you know the situation. You want her to be happy, but work keeps you so busy… and maybe you’re just not as good at being romantic as you’d like to be. Imagine how she’d feel if you sent her flowers on a regular basis. Sign up for this service once, and we’ll take care of the rest.

How does it work?

You provide us with your billing info and her delivery address. We’ll periodically send her flowers every 4-6 weeks, and bill you for each delivery individually (not prepaid). . We’ll notify you before each order, and you can edit them in advance if you’d like. We’ll schedule flowers for all the obligatory dates she expects (you’ll never miss an important date again!) and we’ll score you major points by making deliveries she doesn’t expect. You will be amazed at what impact sending flowers for no apparent reason has.

I am not sure if Save My A*S would save your wallet but it would certainly save thousands of As a year. If you are one those MadanaKamarajan’s use SMA to SYA.

5 thoughts on “Save My A*s

  1. Ha, ha, ha..
    I think we girls do like a man with a filled wallet though, otherwise no A saved, poo or no poo..kolla vela verai..
    Enna solaren..aathukararukku kappi kalandhu koduthu, going to office, pick up children, proper soccer mom, back to make dinner, requests vary..no more rice…only chapati, OK..then, enna chapati ( dosai , idli panna koodadha, enga amma naan kettena udane panni koduppa). OK, no boiled rice, oora podu..paccha arisiyai…
    Archana sweets sound good..low carb kedaikuma…
    indha ooru kaara mandaiya kozhapidara…not making fun, they are also extremely understanding, kind and tolerant of other cultures. Been here too long, fit in neither place any more…

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