Written by Neetu in Harryjerry.com
The Staring Habit:
Males all over love to stare at women. Indian males love to keep
staring at women. They’ll stare you to death if they want to. You can
try giving them ‘the look’ in the eye but no use. Somehow their eyes
are rock solid, on target. They scan you from top to bottom and left to
right. Their dark eyes scan every inch of flesh on you.
They have not left me - my height attracts so much looks...:(
The Stinking Habit:
Indian guys stink, to the core. Guys this is a a wake up call. I
believe that guys think investing in a 100 buck deodorant hurts more
than investing in stocks. Every time a guy walks by and I can feel that
disgusting body odor. I wonder if you guys even hit the showers every
Can't agree more....I spend most of my money on perfumes, sprays and hair-removers
The Peeing on the streets Habit:
This is not new. At any given time there’s an Indian guy peeing
across the street in the public right in front of a sign that says,
“Yahaan peshaab karna mana hai” meaning you can’t pee here. Just
because you guys can pee standing up doesn’t mean you must pee
everywhere. Use the public loo next time.
Many do it - I jus don't understand from where do they all get the guts to do it!
The Comment passing Habit:
Walk across a bunch of guys and your ears automatically gear up to
pick up the sound signals. Every single woman in the country is so
bloody used to these comments that it doesn’t bother most of them
anymore. Sexually unfulfilled, testosterone charged males would make
all sorts of attempts to prove their worthiness out on the streets.
Yup! Neetu is right! As a brother of many sisters, I have learned to bother the comments and commentators and taught them (wit hand) to shut up!
The Over-friendly Habit:
Indian males tend to become over-friendly for all kinds of reasons
known to them. Go to a public place and drop a pin, hundreds of men
jump out of nowhere and battle to get that pin back to you. Then
they’ll strike a conversation with you. They’ll want to know all sorts
of personal things about you. They just don’t seem to stop. There’s a
fine line between being a gentleman and being uncomfortably friendly.
Indian men cross the line as usual.
Okay! I have to defend! Oddly, a bunch of girls tried to strike friendship with me last time at the college! Did I tell you that they were all Muslims in burqas (abaya)
I am being generous in not dealing with other worse habits like "ball-scratching", splitting saliva, public nose digging and thrusting hips at others in buses.......
Don't worry! Since I grew outside India, I don't have such habits except stink!
Anything else you can think of? Please post them as comments
Note: Both Neetu and me are being practical, humorous and talking in general! If you think this hurts, kindly F*ck off! I have no time to listen to such comments! Alternatively you can laugh and move on
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