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Satish Acharya is a cartoonist in Mumbai

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Comments: 10 
Posted by ashish_cricfan on (March 5, 2013, 8:40 GMT)

Not as funny as always...:(

Posted by JohnnyRook on (March 4, 2013, 20:41 GMT)

I know what moonlighting means. Infact, I have also watched Bruce Willis/Cybel Shephard TV series "Moonlighting" and I still din't understand it. Apparently I am not alone. @Rally_Windies. Ofcourse English is not my first language but my English is loads better than your hindi. I also know Marathi, Punjabi and Tamil a bit. So stop being so proud of the only language you know.

Posted by Rally_Windies on (March 4, 2013, 16:56 GMT)

lolz?

people not understanding the cartoon .....

it is obvious English is not your 1st language ........

The barber , is working a second job cutting the grass on the pitch ! ! !

Posted by InnocentGuy on (March 4, 2013, 14:51 GMT)

Don't blame the cartoonist if you don't get it. It's not his fault. If you don't know what moonlighting means, then search the web or something.

Posted by SidharthSatpathy1 on (March 4, 2013, 11:52 GMT)

These are getting worse.. Both the jokes as well as the quality of the cartoons

Posted by   on (March 4, 2013, 9:13 GMT)

'Moonlight' is a verb that means "Have a second job in addition to one's regular employment"

The guy on the left (Barber) did good job by shaping (preparing) the pitch well for Hyderabad Test, (Good for Ind Cricket Team !) just like he gives good shape to his customer's hair, beard etc.

And the guy sitting on right is probably an Aussie.

Posted by utkarshspat on (March 4, 2013, 8:56 GMT)

I found that moonlighting means to do a second job. So, here, Satish is probably referring to shaving off grass from the pitch at the cricket stadium in Hyderabad.

Posted by Anwar-Lara on (March 4, 2013, 8:52 GMT)

Can someone please explain??

Posted by Ashish_514 on (March 4, 2013, 7:05 GMT)

Can somebody give the contest??

Posted by JohnnyRook on (March 4, 2013, 6:55 GMT)

What does this mean. Satish, you should also explain the meaning of your cartoons which says a lot about the quality of your work.

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