Ancient Kuyyo Kuotes
'kuyyi' is a shorter version of the slang 'piteelu kuyyi' in kannada language, meaning 'say something which is boring'. Origin of 'kuyyi' can be traced back to 'koyyu' meaning cut or slice and 'piteelu' is the kannada word for 'violin' instrument. Meaning might have been derived from the general assumption that 'listening to violin' is always boring. With that profound knowledge, 'Kuyyo Koutes' means, those quotes which are in the form of 'kuyyi'-ing.
If I say 'I formulated the law of gravitation', then Newton will laugh... if he says it, God will laugh!
Draft version of selected kuotes in PDF form is available at http://www.kuyyokuotes.com
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