Thursday, January 18, 2018
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drunkard sketch

Boozers are a nuisance especially when they make a fool of themselves among non-boozers who jeer at them and often throw them out of the teetotallers’ arena , sometimes shouting at them by saying, ‘Mere angane mein tumhara kya kaam hai’. But you cannot change them because they will repay you in a song too by singing, ‘Mujh ko yaro muaf karna mai nashe main hoon’.

The result? Many people prefer to leave the room than to stay on to listen to  their incoherent nonsense. I have sometimes seen people walking out of the wedding- reception venue after giving their gifts, saying they cannot wait indefinitely for dinner—with drunkards around-- which quite often starts round 11.30 p.m. though the time printed on the invitation card is 8 p.m. If dinners were not delayed and baraats arrived on time, the drunkards’ nuisance would be also be much less because by then they might hardly have taken a drink or two. But when a Baraat or the chief guest at a function arrives late and dinner is delayed our boozers go on and on, consuming a full bottle by then and then get totally lost in their own world that in some cases can turn out to be pretty offensive.
Punctuality is one virtue that is missing at night weddings. In daytime receptions this usually does not happen. If the reception time – lunch –is 1p.m. the meal has to be served, especially for office-goers who may have come there during lunch break. For some arrangements for beer might be made. But few on a working day will wait for long, especially those who know that back in office a long queue of ‘suvida-shulk’ givers must be waiting for them. If the reception is organized on a Sunday afternoon then it is another matter. But just imagine how convenient that would be. People would be back home before sun set. No suspense of the night to fish for a rickshaw during power cuts; no fear of being robbed on the way by roadside crooks and no apprehension of the house being burgled in one’s absence. The risk would be minimum compared to the threats at night. I would also suggest that women should not stir out wearing costly jewellery for two reasons. First, they will not attract chain-snatchers even in day time and secondly they would not arouse the curiosity of the income-tax department ! A colleague tells me that one can get artificial jewellery on hire too. Another colleague tells me that the entire bridal dress can be taken on hire too!


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