As long as there are people, there would always be class divide between them. So the illusion that all bloggers belong to a one common class gets shattered if one tries to think over it.
The Un–touchables– (1)you cant link to them, cant comment on their blog, cant follow them why? because their english is not good enuf. You shouldnt follow them as your reputation is at stake. These are the kind of people who’s primary purpose seems to be earning money thru some banner-ads. You should deleted comments even if they comment on your blog. (2) Other’s are who use too much gaalis. English gaalis are fine, if someone uses english galis it just means he is well educated in some good english school but hindi gaalis‘ oh gosh how cheap” “how garib and lower class” he must be a son of a chaprasi, a chamar.
Import everything you want, the culture, the language, clothes, mindsets, morals, the dildo, the vibrator, the butt plug, food, the religion, the depression, alcohol but leave alone the gaalis for ourselves. lets not give up the bhenchod for the fucked up, or the gand lag gai for the got screwed up. We may know the names of more US presidents then our own, we may like what the americans eat, we may find the hanuman funnier than the heman, superman, spiderman and hundreds of other men. Whatever it is, i find it very shamefull to know that we have to use imported gaalis too. Bhenchod is a standard hindi gaali everyone should use it, if it seems a big gaali at a chutiya will do just fine..
The class always exists, between the rich and poor, the talented and the not so talented, between the educated and the illiterate, those who try to break the class divide are just trying the impossible, because it exists in the real world and in the virtual, in the physical, spiritual and mental.
aah just re-read the post, i m gand-phadu freaky. LOL.