“Two elderly people were talking so vulgar that I had to ask my son to get up from there.” A middle age man was narrating an incidence of a shopping mall where he, his teenage son and two elderly men were sitting in a waiting lounge of a parlour.
What was teen age son thinking ‘Oh Sh*t! I can’t enjoy the spicy gossip becoz of dad.’ or ‘Discipline is only for me!’ ? ;-)
Monday, September 6, 2010
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Nowadays, the elderly people and the younger ones are of the same mentality. The middle aged parents have to take care of both with equal importance, perhaps, the elder ones might need a little more of care.ReplyDelete
Caught up with all pending posts. Hope you did wish your EnEMy on his birthday. She is the one who was foul. At times it does happen that when you are lost in your world, you may convey wrong message. One need not force his or her son or daughter to move off just because someone is talking stupid. One can not be with children 7 X 24. It would be rather advisable to inculcate good habits rather than trying this.
"Fools all around!"ReplyDelete
हाहाहाहाहा आज का बच्चा दोनो ही चीजे सोचेगा। वैसे हर शराबी पहले चाहता था कि उसका बच्चा शराब से दूर रहे..भले ही वो शराब न छोड़ पाए....पर शायद अब शराबी ने ये कहना छोड़ दिया है क्योंकी जानता है कि बच्चा मानेगा नहीं.....सो उसने पिता का कर्तव्य निभा दिया..ReplyDelete
इंग्लिश के ब्लॉग पर हिंदी कमेंट..कोई एतराज तो नहीं.)
Its always the middle..be it middle class or middle age who are the moral keepers of the society.ReplyDelete
It is all about one's upbringing and the company one keeps.ReplyDelete
lol... should be more like... right place, right time, wrong company :PReplyDelete
May be a little of both :)ReplyDelete
Hahahahaha..Very nice and interesting post. As Mr.Chowla said I fully agree with him.ReplyDelete
You are welcome at my new posts -
Its sporadic everywhere.ReplyDelete
He'd have been least interested with the boring gossip, vulgar or otherwise, of the elderly people..!ReplyDelete
Maybe he could only teach them some new vulgar words :P
poor guy.. he missed it all.. :D :PReplyDelete
hez thinking "thank god.. i dont want to come to parlour with dad in first place"ReplyDelete
@ everyone : THANKS! :) Special thanks to Renu and Arv. :)ReplyDelete