May 20, 2006

Shame on Earth!

Filed under: Life as I know it,When I get wild — Celia Rexselin @ 4:27 am

I wonder why some men are cheap!! They say that women are bad, try to look inviting, wear revealing clothes and ask for trouble.. Yesterday, this incident happened in a bus where the bus was little crowded.. crowded enough, that if one iduchifies another, one can get away with a sorry.. and gaali enough to stand without iduchifying. One middle aged man was creating trouble to a woman by pressing himself against her and thrusting.. No, the woman was not wearing short tops or low waist jeans. She was dressed in a salwar and was fully covered with a dupatta too. And she was not wearing heavy makeup or perfume.. She seemed to be tired after a hard day work, was sweating and was standing close to the ladies side holding on to the seat..

And what did this guy have to see in her? Is it because, his wife is not satisfying him? Or is it because he is not well off to go to a pros? Or is it because that he is so pyscho? I have heard fellow friends saying that only middle aged men do this and youngsters are good. Does it mean that youngsters turn bad once they reach their middle age? I hate these guys who are like this. Wish women are gifted with spines like mullampanri..(whats it in english?) The minute some guy tries out a cheap trick.. all these sharp needles should come out and sting him.. Better is a knife.. to cut his specimen off..



  1. Time and again i read this and have seen it happen before my own eyes.
    Its disgusting and sick…and i can feel that you must have felt to strangle him and kill him on the spot..
    kelvi pattaudu illa? 40 kku mele naai gunam..btw..its porcupine for mullam pandri 🙂

    Comment by Harish — May 20, 2006 @ 6:07 pm | Reply

  2. yeah, tat is disgusting!! intha maathiri ppl bring shame to the entire male community!! they shld be tortured to death!! n as harish told, it is Porcupine in English!!

    Comment by kutti — May 22, 2006 @ 12:26 am | Reply

  3. its yuck to see.. and more than that to watch and not do anything!!.. to be a mock spectator is the worst thing!!.. are we not bold enough!!.. but push the thrust withus to fight!!.. or waht actually stops us!!..

    Comment by sujit — May 22, 2006 @ 5:59 am | Reply

  4. ah yes, its sick but try something new. Question those films which have young girls not hesitating to dare and bare. Question those girls who admire those “heroines” and keep them as role models.
    Instead of attacking on a case-by-case basics, need to get to the root – of the woman stereotype.

    You might probably throw the kitchen sink at me but i dont mind.

    Comment by thetalkativeman — May 22, 2006 @ 8:15 am | Reply

  5. @Harish- Yeah.. Its his luck or his kids.. that he got away with a cold stare.. 40kku mela naai gunama? dogs are much better buddy.

    @kutti- If I had the power, I would change the law and make these guys eunuchs..

    @sujit, @thetalkativeman – Mock spectator? What do you want girls to do? To carry knives wherever they go? Have you ever wondered why ‘safety pins’ are called so? That has been our primary weapon till now.

    What is being portrayed in films is much different than what happens in reality. Okay, I will get to your question too.

    I do agree that some women (particularly those exposed to modeling/cosmopolitan culture) go to any extent just to get noticed. But are these the women who are getting manipulated? Ask any girl in India and every one will tell you atleast one incident of sexual assault either physically/verbally.

    Does it mean that all girls are stereo types? All girls are daring and baring? How about the girl in question? Do you think that she personally invited that STUPID guy to do such things to her? Whats it that YOU guys have in your mind?

    There are so many incidents where in minors have been raped.. starting from 6 month old kids to 16 years.. What about that?

    Comment by Bindu — May 22, 2006 @ 8:37 am | Reply

  6. you took the my point 180degree around about!!…..

    Comment by sujit — May 23, 2006 @ 2:22 am | Reply

  7. No tension…thathas kitta jasthi-yave irukum indha madhiri ellam.

    Comment by Usha — May 24, 2006 @ 2:42 pm | Reply

  8. Bindu,
    For most messed-up things in life, the real villains escape scot-free, while 1000s of innocents suffer. That was the entire point of my post.
    If you think blogging about it will make a difference, good luck to you. What did Project whatsitsname achieve? Bollocks.
    A much more radical passionate revolution is needed to change. Are women ready to go for it? Or are they just content to protest as isolated groups? (I am saying only ‘women’ because this is india – nobody gives a damn till it pinches them)

    Comment by thetalkativeman — May 24, 2006 @ 10:16 pm | Reply

  9. disgusting to hear this…

    Comment by ashok — May 28, 2006 @ 9:22 am | Reply

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