The new Mahir?
February 19, 2001 6:50 PM   Subscribe

The new Mahir?
posted by davebush (11 comments total)
This, while still damn funny, is basically a rehash of this post.
posted by zempf at 8:32 PM on February 19, 2001

we don't NEED a new mahir. it all seems so forced, to declare anything "the new mahir" -- it's completely inorganic which is the opposite of what made the mahir craze so compelling.
posted by palegirl at 9:23 PM on February 19, 2001

I am the new mahir. I am mahir. We all are mahir, at one time or another. Mahir.
posted by chaz at 9:32 PM on February 19, 2001

We should all be so lucky. I've made several people happy with Daler Mehndi already. Let's keep our fingers crossed.
posted by argybarg at 9:51 PM on February 19, 2001

Nipple dance???

What did I miss? I don't remember seeing the nipple part.
posted by frykitty at 9:59 PM on February 19, 2001

All your mahir bel . . . never mind.
posted by alan at 10:00 PM on February 19, 2001

It is absolutely stupid to compare Daler with Mahir.
1. Daler is a superstar in his own right in India. Mahir was a nobody when he was *discovered*.
2. Daler is really gifted. Anyone who listens to some music of any kind would know that immediately. Mahir was a joke.

On a more serious note the song that is becoming a craze apparently is not even one of the okay songs of Daler. His real best is probably Bolo Tararara. You can get a lot of his CDs, Karaoke and other stuff here.
posted by asamee at 2:07 AM on February 20, 2001

The comparison with Mahir was a joke. Apparently just for the entertainment of me alone.
posted by davebush at 4:34 AM on February 20, 2001

And don't forget that David Bush is the administrative, technical, and billing contact of He's a self-linker.

A self-LINKER! Which is, of course, nothing new.

posted by perplexed at 11:43 AM on February 20, 2001

a self linker?! the horror!
posted by cell divide at 11:49 AM on February 20, 2001

What? I thought this guy was the new Mahir.
posted by teradome at 4:22 PM on February 21, 2001

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