Saturday, May 9th, 2009 | Filed under Comic, Wisdom 18 Comments

If I had to list a few websites which have really benefited humanity I would say Google, Wikipedia and Snopes. What we need is an Indian edition of Snopes to deal with the regional crap that fills our inbox occasionally.

Previous instances where Agony Uncle saved the day:

  1. Agony Uncle and the Sex Slave
  2. Agony Uncle and the Born Loser
  3. Agony Uncle deals with the 35 year old Virgin
  4. Agony Uncle gets spam

And Uncleji is also taking requests and personal counselling.  If there’s something you want to ask him, you can mail him at agonyuncle [at-the-rate-of-symbol-which-should-actually-be-called-just-at] flyyoufools.com

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    sunnykris // May 9th, 2009 at 10:28 pm

    An apt name that for inflammation of the pancreas – pancrea-TITIS!;)

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    Indresh // May 10th, 2009 at 12:24 am

    I got a mail that says not to take mentos after coke as they mix into something toxic. And that kurkure contains plastic. With people who are dumb enough to forward such mails, i think something is really toxic to brain in their food.

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    thephotoshopper // May 10th, 2009 at 10:29 am

    sasta maar diya… candles??!!?? wtf?

    @indresh: coke+mentos is true. (not toxic though). check it out on youtube.

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    Eesha // May 10th, 2009 at 12:55 pm

    so we’ve been cooking maggie wrong for ages? haha what the hell. and what about that email that came around a while ago that said margarine is poisonous?
    coke + mentos is kinda explosive but it won’t kill you. check out all this stuff on snopes.com, its awesome.

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    Eesha // May 10th, 2009 at 12:59 pm

    by the way you do know that boiling MSG doesn’t make it (or anything its mixed with) toxic right? its a harmless chemical

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    Ketan // May 10th, 2009 at 1:45 pm

    LOL…agony uncle..good one Saad!

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    Indresh // May 10th, 2009 at 2:24 pm

    Yeah, coke + mentos produces some exaggerated effervesence that comes out of the bottle with a force, i’ve seen that… It’s not toxic, infact i made a video of myself eating a full pack of mentos and guzzling the half litre bottle of coke with it, and send it back to the guy who sent me the mail. The better one is of kurkure catching fire, and there is something about saridon too.

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    Kazarelth // May 10th, 2009 at 5:48 pm

    The most irritating one is that of mars becoming larger than the moon that happens ONCE IN A MILLION YEARS AND IS GOING TO HAPPEN ON of AUGUST .
    Mars *does* come close every alternate August, but to the naked eye it’s a bright red star.

    Eh, I hate forwards, spam they be.

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    Ans // May 11th, 2009 at 12:07 pm

    Coke+mentos is highly recommended home remedy for old people who end up peeing on their shoes….

    & Maggi+Old Monk… :mrgreen: wow!

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    Sree // May 11th, 2009 at 2:33 pm

    At least this forward doesn’t curse you with a horrifying death if its not forwarded to X number of people within 5 minutes.

    And yeah, if Maggi did have wax, it will be shitted, even if it is shitted 4 days later. Chutiyas. Long live Maggi!

    All said and done, YAAY! Agony Uncle’s back doing his thing! :D

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    Simply Ridiculous // May 14th, 2009 at 2:12 pm

    Yeah… The wax will lubricate your system.. So you wont be straining for a good motion in the morning .. Haha.. Discovered a tasty treatment for constipation!!

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    Saurabh // May 18th, 2009 at 2:54 pm

    Go to IIT Bombay cafeteria and you can find , Maggie Sandwich, Maggie Bonda, and everything that has a stuffing filled with Maggie…now thats Innovation.I hope someone invents Maggie Paratha

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    Saad Akhtar (Author) // May 18th, 2009 at 3:21 pm

    Maggie sandwich? Maggie bonda?? Don’t the IIT Bombay people worry about getting so much wax in their bodies?

    Maggie paratha is something I would pay good money to eat. Wait, why not try this at home? Hmm..

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    annabanana // June 28th, 2009 at 5:26 am

    maggie who? who ate maggie

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    Kool Blue // January 14th, 2010 at 11:41 pm
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    Sandeep Sachu // July 31st, 2010 at 11:13 am

    Nestle has announced the statement for such fake news about maggie noodles . you can check it out in
    http://www.nestle.in/pdf/maggi_mail_statement.pdf. i don’t really know why these assholes are spreading such fake mails. Just want to tell u bros, don;t ever entertain such mails unless you are convinced.

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    yodawg // October 4th, 2010 at 4:04 pm

    there is only one way to eat maggi: http://imgur.com/SCPEJ

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    Suhaib // December 22nd, 2011 at 12:39 pm

    i went on the NESTLE website and found this:

    You might have concerns with some misleading mails that are being circulated about MAGGI
    Noodles. The information in the mails is incorrect . There is no scientific basis for any such
    concern about your favourite MAGGI Noodles, that are trusted by generations in India. Nestlé, the
    manufacturer of MAGGI Noodles, is recognised as the leading Nutrition, Health and Wellness
    company and Food Safety is non-negotiable at Nestle.
    Let us first correct some of the statements in the mail.
    1. Contrary to what the mail says, we DO NOT ADD MSG to MAGGI Noodles !
    2. Contrary to what the mail says, MAGGI Noodles ARE NOT COATED WITH WAX !
    3. MAGGI Noodles do not contain wax in any form.
    4. Contrary to what the mail says, you DO NOT NEED TO DRAIN THE WATER in which you
    make MAGGI Noodles. The method of preparation is printed on MAGGI Noodles packs and
    is the correct and safe way to prepare it.
    We assure you that you can continue to trust your MAGGI Noodles. MAGGI constantly uses
    Nestlé’s global R&D expertise to innovate and renovate and develop products that provide ‘Taste
    Bhi Health Bhi’ and are safe for consumption . MAGGI Noodles are infact a source of Protein and
    Calcium. MAGGI Vegetable Atta Noodles provide the goodness of fibre of 3 Rotis.
    This misleading mail has been floating around on the internet for years . Many people have
    checked with us, and with independent sources, to confirm that this mail is a hoax. It has no
    scientific validity or legitimacy for MAGGI Noodles.

    source: http://www.nestle.in/asset-libraries/Documents/FAQS/maggi_mail_statement.pdf

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