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It's a slang word, just only regarded as very informal but common in speaking than writing, and typically restricted to a particular group of people - new generation. Nobody originated this as it was previously used to in different context by old folks. Verbally it still refers to a Wild animal  or a teddy bear.
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I noticed that members on this forum have deep interest in kala, sahitya and itihas  ;)

So, please enlighten us:
   What is the origin of the word "Bhalu"?
   Since when has it been in use?
   When did it first appear in Nepali literature?
   ...
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Thank you, Queenbee. Good stuff. You have an artistic bent  ;)

We're patiently waiting for the Diwali installment.
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Is it just me? But I find the photo crass, its lacking in good taste.

The photographer (or set director) deserves a bitch slap for sure. Someone please do the honor  ;D
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Afsana Thapa is nice but too demure. It almost seems she has blue eyes but I know she doesn't
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She has bolts-on for sure! I'm speaking from experience, guys - those are implants 100%  ;)

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Beautiful subjects and outstanding palette colors.
Happy Diwali.

Thank you, Tundikhel
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नेताका छोरा छोरी र .... जनताका छोरा छोरी .....

I didn't get this. Kun neta ko xori ni? Is that Baburam's xori? Cute. She would look cuter with longer hair  :-*

hmm, I didn't know education was a priority for Maoist. Oh, I forgot - its only for their kind (afno manxe).  I thought Maoist liked intellectuals till they got to  power - but after that it was chop chop like during the Cultural revolution or Kampuchean revolution aka Khmer Rouge style.  ;)

Down with Capitalist roaders and running dogs  ;) ;)
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