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Wednesday, August 17, 2005


It's a jungle out there and most of the Little Red Riding Hoods of today are prone to believe that the brave carpenters of yesteryear are on the endangered list if not an extinct species...
I was not an exception...
But then I got to hear the other side of the story from one of my friends..why guys are intimidated to be the Knight-in-the-shining-armour and help a damsel in distress..

"Ah, what can ail thee, wretched knight?" I asked
And he narrated...
He was on board a DTC bus when a drunkard was pestering a young girl...leaning over her and crash landing on her every time he could was evident he was upto no good..and it was more intentional than accidental...
When the guy(my friend) couldn't take it any more he simply got up and kicked the fellow where he could...
He didn't realise how but the bastard started bleeding from the nose...
there were men all around and they started asking "Why did u kick him?"

The driver was so pissed off with the commotion that he stopped the bus and asked them to settle it on the road...
A load of hooligans ..all charged up and determined to bring justice to a poor innoucuous fellow beaten by a babu...
What happened next?
He was almost ashamed to say..he fled the spot..sped to the nearest auto and spluttered "Safdarjung JALDI !!"

He asked me what should he do if he encounters a similar situation..
I , as a friend ,couldn't ask him to risk his neck again

His voice faded among the hollering crowd..but what surprised me was..why was the girl a mute spectator???

If this be the attitude of females..then God forbid...

At least I know one man who isn't going to exhibit his chivalrous nature in public anymore..and it is not entirely his fault...


Arsalan said...

Tell me why "guys are intimidated" ...

Aparna Kar said...

Read's complete

Aparna Kar said...
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Aparna Kar said...

So?What say?


I say, what u've written here is the truth. No point thinking about chivalry when the "victim" is mute. Its just getting oneself into trouble. I guess one should "live and let die".


Let me also add, hastily, that the guy deserved the beating. But hang on ... no point being chivalrous if one doesnt survive the experience. And all said and done, its upto the womenfolk to initiate some action. Under the circumstances, ur friend acted in a haste. Its sad, that as a result of this he's probably not gonna help any other "damsel in distress" ... but one cant have it all I guess .. its not an ideal world, after all.

Arsalan said...

You gotta point ... but maybe kicking wasn't necessary ... there are better ways of doing this ...

It's diffcult for most Indian girls (might sound MCPish) to initiate a confrontation ... but yes, even when help is available, if they don't come to the support of the guy who is helping ... she should be left alone to her troubles ...

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