Tuesday, 1 January 2013

On the First Day of the NEW YEAR few things to ponder upon!

Hi All,

Here are some RSNs (road side nuggets) from who else, your Deseemoron; the village idiot...

* If a woman - young and voluptuous one in particular, moves about public-ally in revealing outfit - plunging bra; hipster saree or jeans; naval displaying & back baring mini-mini blouse or some such, she is not being provocative at all. Besides being completely within her rights to do so, if anything she is merely and of course innocently presenting nature's artistic creativity.

* Even if her assets are seemingly everywhere, men have no business to let their eyes stray over them, much less freezing into the current from them.

* Most men - nearly 99% of all menfolk, are civilised; they don't even look at them or realise that they can emit pelvic-bursting electricity under some situations; being civility driven they either look above them, under them, aside of them or even through them but never at them. That is rude, uncivil, offensive and mammal centric. Mammal centric? It's getting to me, you see.

* It's only about 1% men who are breasts-fixated about women. They are primal, primitive, archaic, crude, lecherous, dangerous, animalistic and..and..and. They should be flogged in public and hanged to death summarily.

* Likewise for the legs; what's such a big thing about them being exposed? They are the columns of female strength, not pillars of permissiveness as some of the regressive male chauvinists misrepresent. Hence if a gown with side slits or a mini-mini-mini skirt reveals them in their almost entire glory or sometimes even offers pubically, an accidental peek-a-boo, specially in a cross-legged sitting position, how does it matter? You should look through them with a clean eye but never with a dirty mind.

* And who says that the item numbers in the popular Bollywood films have anything to do with arousing the primal stirrings among the impressionable ones of the audience. How dare these small minds call such hugely popular pieces of creativity like, "Munni badnaam hui Darling tere liye...", "Seene se chipkale Saiyaan Fevicole se...", "Chiknee Chameli..." or the hero beckoning, "Jumma, chumma de de..." obscene or vulgar? Likewise, if a hero grabs a heroine's arm in public despite her apparent rejection of him or touches her all over despite her expressing her disapproval, under the propagation that 'every girl declines before falling in love', how awful of you to think that it is anything but art and emotion? AND,AND, AND..., if a road side Romeo thinks he can do the same thing in real life, he should be flogged or stoned or may be even hanged because it is essential to change the law to make 'eve teasing' also equivalent to 'rape'. After-all, there is a difference between 'real life' and 'reel life'!...

 But Sir, the question is how do you explain this to that idiot small town fellow who thinks of you as his God and worships your statue in 'REAL' life?

Have a happy NEW YEAR.

As ever the village idiot,


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