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Some shit about hygiene and immunity

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Did u notice when that swine flu stuff was going on there was this life buoy ad talking about how it could help.. exactly then i had decided to do a post about it, but somehow it slipped out of my mind. They make so much shit ads about this hygiene category, its really annoying. Often feel like dumping that ad wala family into a pile of shit.

The prob is that this excessive importance to hygiene is killing our immunity. Half of us has become like those foreigners if they eat something wrong they shit water. Fuck hygiene who cares about it. I never wash my hands before eating, and when people tell me about that i give some awesome dialogs like “jab mann saaf hai to haath saaf karne ki kya zaroorat” or when i dont bath “macchi pura din pani mein rehti hai phir bhi badboo aati hai” we need to give some practice to our system to deal with bacterias. We cant be all clean all the time.

Our last savior were those dirty pani puri waalas, who had combination of enuf dirty materials to train our system. Now there are these new breed hygienic pani puri walas, not dipping their hands in that water and all. So it doesnt tastes that good. The original taste was from all the dirty hand and that talab ka water they used. I still try to find those panipuri waalas and eat from there only. Scratching their groin before dripping it into the water, then cleaning their nose with the same hand and again dipping it. What a taste. I would often ask, kaunse gutter ka pani hai be?. Now eating this pani puri really makes the immunity system strong, u become a super man, then u can eat every shit like a suvar and be healthy. Todays new gen ppl with their obsession with hygienity will fall sick if they eat this kind of pani puri, street food or dhaba ka food.

Dirt is all in the mind, now there will be some chicks who say chee chee when that guy is scratching his balls but at night they are happy sucking dicks..So basically this hygeine and shit is all double standard. Exchanging saliva thru kissing is ok, but eating jhoota is not ok. So basically the shit i m talking here is perception of dirt and that things are not dirty but minds are. Its like for a brahmin thought of eating a chicken will make him puke, and for you the thought of eating a juicy caterpillar, but for others it might be a great delicacy. So basically u should not make the eww faces else someone like me just might feel to punch it. So basically we need to get used to it, and understand nothing is dirty, its just an illusion created by the mind and every one should get over it..

You notice the ads for children, they treat the childrens as if they were born in some other planet. Aap k maasoom bacche ki gand lag jayegi if he doesent drink “junior horlicks” btw horlicks sounds kind a kinky word, come on darling give me some horlicks. So they think million years of evolution hasnt thaught us anything the babies need horlicks and farex to grow. baby powder, baby oil, and all that baby shit put in your ass. The baby should actually play in mud, it should eat mud. Thats where it derives intelligence from, Thats where the immunity sets into the system. If the child is living on earth, then it should connect with earth. Keeping the baby in ac rooms not knowing what the actual environment on earth is, then he grows up and would behave like an alien. This is all stupid, all results of consumerism, they tell all the shitty lies for profit, and we duffers believe it.

Now we should understand it, before the whole human race becomes like an alien on this planet, have u seen that movie bubble boy or something, that his parents keep him in some plastic buble, telling a lie that if he gets out of it he will die.. Todays people are exactly making their kids like that. I see ppl making their small kids wearing shoes, why the shit, this is all wrong and this has to change.. you guys are mentally abducting the child..

so much typing, i m tired. gudness what a shitty post.

P.S. Thanks to every one who commented on last post i didnt expected most of you to comment. It was kinda check point for the reader, and u guys have proved that u are capable to digest every thing.. And i m really lucky to have such awesome readers who are capable enuf.

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Written by maya

February 4, 2010 at 2:54 pm

Posted in uncommon

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  1. hmm…..in a way it is ok but too much of dirt(not mind wala) is also harmful for kids.u love those paani puris…???

    sleeping beauty

    February 5, 2010 at 8:26 am

  2. @sleeping too much of anything is harmful.. but my view is that, from a young age the child should have enuf access to bacterias and germs so that the body's defence system can be developed.. after a time its not possible, the body doesnt remain as flexible later on…It works on the principle of vaccination.

    Uncommon Sense

    February 5, 2010 at 8:58 am

  3. Every now and then when i go to India thats what i do, eat pani puri on the streets get a cocktail of latest and greatest strains of virus and bacteria fall sick for a few days and live the rest of the year illness free. I couldn't agree more :). I actually eat more street side junk than my friends in India..i know i will get sick either way so why not enjoy the stay :)There is actually research done in Canada that points to vaccines causing more harm to immune system than good over the long run. The body gets used to the muted virus strain, when the real one strikes it fails to respond in a proper way.. that research will never get published in US due to the drug lobby and funding for research coming from the vaccine companies.. Thats one reason i don't take any virus, H1N1 vaccines even though its distributed free here in US and its a yearly ritual to stand in lines and get vaccinated.

    Uday

    February 5, 2010 at 2:58 pm

  4. nice one dude!!!

    Naveen

    February 5, 2010 at 4:03 pm

  5. if your will power is strong then nothing wrong … you can do what want and you can eat all stuffs…

    swapnanjali

    February 5, 2010 at 5:41 pm

  6. I like that roadside panipuris…But after gulp gulp..its kinda more unhygienic than I ever taught.Anyways…I think civilization and modernization made us to become more hygienic?Anyways do eat horlicks…you would get the strength to write long long posts dear! 😛

    Yemiledu

    February 5, 2010 at 8:33 pm

  7. liked the pic …i have lots of street food…nothing much 2 say …

    vicious

    February 6, 2010 at 1:40 am

  8. This is an awesome post and about time you wrote something that my system actually digested. The last post caused me an indigestion. 😉 Don't mind, just being frank. Hold on, I am Vittal! LOL :-DYou spoke my heart here. You said everything I ever wanted to say, but I was find it hard to express it. Thanks a lot for that. Indeed, we are training our kids (or shall I say, would be kids some time down the line) to live in a place of utmost hygiene that if they ever dared to come out of the fitness bubble the Sun would simply burn them alive. Nice one!

    Vittaldas Prabhu

    February 7, 2010 at 9:20 pm

  9. By the way, nice nice nice header pic. Grrrrr… Save the Tiger.

    Vittaldas Prabhu

    February 7, 2010 at 9:21 pm

  10. "The baby should actually play in mud, it should eat mud. Thats where it derives intelligence from, Thats where the immunity sets into the system. If the child is living on earth, then it should connect with earth. Keeping the baby in ac rooms not knowing what the actual environment on earth is, then he grows up and would behave like an alien."This part was the most impressive one!! With each new post I am loving your blog more and more.

    Darshan Chande

    February 8, 2010 at 12:22 am

  11. I love what you have to say. I grew up in Guadalajara, Mexico and was exposed to so many things there. There was another American family that lived there and their mom was so freaked about exposure. When someone at school was sick she'd keep all her kids home. She hyper-sterilized everything in their home. Turns out, their kids were always sick!I'm currently a nurse and I seriously do believe that we need sterilization and great hand cleaning in the hospital because we can transfer disease from one patient to the next very easily and people in the hospital are already immune compromised. But in the real world, I think we're killing ourselves by trying to sterilize the world. We just haven't figured it out yet.Thanks for your blog. loved it.

    Tony Lamont

    February 8, 2010 at 1:30 am

  12. you got a point there..we humans need cosmic dust to survive

    Sorcerer

    February 8, 2010 at 4:20 am

  13. What you are talking about is based on Darwin's evolutionary theory. In the microbial world we assault with chemicals and cleaning products, only the strongest diseases will survive to mutate and attack us. Meanwhile our immune systems are not being tested by minor microbial attack will become less able to defend.But, eating and drinking food that is infected with deadly bacteria will kill anyone, even someone who enjoys eating dirty food.

    Anonymous

    February 8, 2010 at 5:00 am

  14. We need immunity for sure man. I still eat lot of roadside food and my friend who goes to a gym gets sick on eating the same food. That's that I guess.Great thoughts in this post. Many things that I have thought about many times too. In hostel no one thought jhootha or anything, if it was edible, we ate it. Simple as that.Cheers!N

    Nothingman

    February 10, 2010 at 5:01 am

  15. Our parents say they din need this easy life to survive…We're making ourselves more vulnerable

    Saurabh Panshikar

    February 13, 2010 at 12:11 am


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