Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Pissing to glory.........

At last! I'm blogging this today.

Yes! Its about public nuisance. People pissing all around and making the city dirty.

Not only city, sometimes, even villages.




























If you see the above pic, you'd recognize the place. Yes! Its the Majestic bus stand compound. You can see a villager, pissing on the wall. (At least drainage would be a bit bearable. A daily commuter sees many such examples a day.

If he just crosses the compound, he would get a toilet to pass his urine. He is lazy enough to walk or may be he couldn't tolerate it anymore. In any case, he shouldn't have done that.

Okay! Forget this, if you'd been to the BMTC bus stand in Majestic (Subhashnagar), you'd find small streams of urine here and there. Previously, say 10 years ago, you could find them only during nights, not now. They piss in open space in daylight! Thanks for the people from Bihar n Orissa (construction workers). Forgot to take a pic there. Will post it soon.

Okay! Forget that! What do you say about this pic?

Sorry to capture this pic late. Just a second before I took this pic, they were seeing mutual faces. What would've been the conversation between them??

Any Guesses??

P1: Hey! Are you free tonight?

P2 : [Enthusiastically] Yeah! Shall we meet at your place??? Ahem?? [Hahaha!! You guessed it right!]

Well, you can make fun of this. But this is a serious issue. Pissing beneath a tree or a grass would get un-noticed which is the norm in the villages but how can one tolerate it in cities? It stinks if just four of them piss in the same spot.

For the location enthusiasts, this pic was taken beside the Renaissance Apartments, Byatarayanapura.

Did you have a look at their attire? one fully dressed tiptop! Doesnt hesitate to piss in the open air.

If you ask me what should one do if he has to attend nature's call urgently? I say, hold it to the maximum extent possible(bearable) and keep searching for a lavatory. If you're right in the city, try Nirmala Shauchalaya, courtesy Infosys. Do not use places like a building compound... For the city's sake.

If it is unbearable, again, try to find a Nirmala Shauchalaya or Sulabh shauchalaya or head towards a hotel or a mall or a theatre(if you're interested in watching a movie) whatever is available. Try holding it to the last possible extent.

Need inspiration in holding? Just think of ladies pissing in public? Do they? How do they control? Think......

There are some situations wherein one doesnt have a rest room during his work. What should he do? Here is one such pic. Check it out. This was captured at the Metro Construction going on the MG Road, Brigade Road junction. He pisses right at the circle. Thanks for the fence. Just imagine that fence is not existing. How funny would that be? This is the state of the Metro construction in Bangalore.

For his kind information, he has a shauchalaya near Mayo Hall. Wont his supervisor permit him for five minutes to perform this task? Or again, is he too lazy to go there? Dont tell me that he doesnt know about the lavatory over there.

There is an empty site just in front of our house and we are fed up of scolding numerous people (day/night) for pissing. Some shit during night which gets un-noticed by us sometimes. When will they learn?

To end this post, I post this last pic which is punishable to the highest extent of all. Just check it out.


This idiot, in red shirt is pissing into the drainage just in front of Nirmala shauchalaya. Is he so poor to pay a buck to attend his nature call?

Do post in your comments and experiences....

10 comments:

Manoj said...

You can piss anywhere in India. People find a lot of pleasure doing it. In Vijayanagar, there is a common pissing wall(compound of PWD quarters). The residents have sticked posters of Gods and Goddesses here. But people still take a leak rite below it.

Sandesh said...

There are n number of such walls in each and every locality I suppose. Without much ado, can we think of preventing them from doin so? What say?

Shrinidhi Hande said...

Long Back I'd suggested that public toilets should be made free and operating expense be recovered from advertisements...

Sandesh said...

@ Shrinidhi - Yeah! good idea. But what can we do to bring it to the concerned people? Will the money from the companies promoting their products in public toilets be sufficient is another doubt I have...

falcon said...

well, yes,
i had a very bad experience in India.
I'm from Swiss.. i visited bangalore last year.. the city was yuck! i don't know why people there give so much hype to that city..
i feel madras is more cleaner city when compared on my opinion.

Sandesh said...

@falcon - Hey! Guess you visited only the dirty parts of Bangalore and Cleaner parts of Madras. Ask any Indian(except a tamilian, of course) and they'll counter your argument. Though I havent been to Madras, I've heard many saying Madras is a filthy city... [No proofs... yet, this is the conclusion made from what i heard]

falcon said...

Dude.. i've been in Bangalore and in Chennai for 3 weeks each.. Chennai was more comfortable for any person. Yes chennai too had dirty places, but not much.. The main roads were so clean.. and those wide roads...
Bangalore didn't have much wide roads than few.. and the traffic was pathetic..Airport was the only pleasing place..
dude, being ur neighboring city, you should visit madras.

Sandesh said...

Hey Pal,

I just voted the mind of majority of Indians. I'll consider of visitin Madrassometime later... BTW, when did you visit?

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