Wednesday, March 18, 2009

‘Loo’ and behold

Republic Day in India (Jan.26) meant picnic time for most of us in Mumbai as the newspapers are closed for a day. We had gone to a forest area in the suburb of Mumbai. We set up a camp and got set to prepare our own food. There were no toilet facilities. My close friend RK told her another friend SD, “Hey, I think we have to settle for the open toilet (field).”
I jokingly said: “I saw a man standing there with binoculars.”
I still laugh at how RK avoided answering nature’s call almost that entire day.

10 comments:

  1. Aren't you an angle to have done that. I remember that the senior camera person, accompanying me on the documentary shoot that took the crew to the remote interiors of Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh, kept insisting that I have water. He continued to lecture me (I was only in college then)about the importance of drinking lots of water. And finally when I could take no more. I replied, "X, the whole world is your pee-ground. I unfortunately need walls and pots to have a leak." He never offered me water again... hehehe. :-)

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  2. ha ha ha....

    i cant believe he avoided... lol....

    in Manali when we go for camps there are makeshift toilets but we avoid them instead find rocks of the beas... and sit in western style... smoking... from far of rocks we friends even talk while this is happening... !!!

    I cant believe i wrote this here ! :)

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  3. You are quite the jokester, aren't you?!!! LOL

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  4. aiyyyyyyyyyyoooo...bad bad bad... i remember sitting on my first plane ride to dehradun...40 mins ride...and I was scared...thought tht plane would get imbalanced if I moved..those 40 mins were absolutely tortuous :P

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  5. Humor all the way - started in the post and followed into the comments as well :)

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  6. Lol :). By the way, boss you are right. Camera is my best friend.

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  7. cruelly humorous you prankster

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  8. ooopss reminds me of the day i got the news dat i was posted to this border village n how my friends scard the hell out of me saying dat in the villages its usually open air. the first thing i did when i landed there was go n check if that was the truth. thankfully it wasn't !!! lol!

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