Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Importance of curtains




When I was relaxing in my balcony yesterday after dinner at around 10:30 pm, I witnessed a man performing an obscene action from one of the high rises directly across me. He was visible waist up through the glass window and he was not wearing a shred of clothing on his upper body. It was difficult to decipher his actions.

He seemed to perform these obscene actions for invoking my wrath. So, I narrowed my eyes to have a clearer view of the proceedings more than 200 meters away. As I was busy interpreting his actions, a girl emerged from under the invisible part of the window close to his body. Immediately after this, he closed the curtains.

Now, the situation was clear to me. It was not an obscene gesture aimed at me. I’m glad. At the same time, I have two appeals; aimed at two different groups of people.

The first appeal is to the people engaged in such activities. Memorize this word. “Planning”. It is going to help you a lot. If you have time to get naked waist up, then you had enough time to close the curtains. It all boils down to planning. If you do not plan well, you are being a burden to everyone around; especially the single (and also forced-to-be-single) people out there. If you do not have a curtain, then I suggest you get one as soon as possible. Alternatively, if you do not have time to close the curtains before you get naked, then the curtains do not deserve to be closed.

The second appeal is to those people who intend to visit my room afte reading this. There is more than 200 meters separating the place I live in and other high rise. Remember, I talked about narrowing my eyes to have a clearer view. On top of it, these are accidental sightings. If you are still insistent, I suggest you bring a binoculars.

3 comments:

  1. Good read :)
    Did you consider, though, that perhaps it all went exactly as planned... being a burden on forced-to-be-single people might not be their concern.. might even be added entertainment to them.

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  2. hahahahahahaha ... nice ... :)

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