Eventually I became a guy my parents told me not to be
You remember when we were kids we were taught the morals, the ethics and all those heavy words regarding how to live in society. Surround yourself with good people, return home before evening, study and make good grades, always respect elders, refrain yourself from using foul language.
The f*ck. Just Indian parents thing. But the moment we cross the age of 12, bc mc becomes the fourth known language to us which we can speak fluently. We were told to always be in a good company of friends. Those good friends now pop the bottle of Carlsberg for us. Late night scenes are common. And fu**in hell, who drive at 60. We are in 20s not in 80s. There are many things that are changed from then to now when we started knowing about things.
Now I don’t care if someone is elder or younger. If they said something wrong, I never hesitate to slam that thing on their face regardless of what ethics my parents taught me. At least puberty did this good to me by giving me good sense of understanding rather than giving me good physical looks. ?
Early to bed, Early to rise make a man healthy wealthy and wise.
Lol, what was that? ? I sleep at 4, wake up at 11, eat at 2 and again sleep at 3. Nah, hardworking is just not of my type. I believe in smart work. And by smart work I mean sitting on bed and earning money right from here without doing anything. Although its more like a fairy tale fantasy but I do it Bit*hes!!
So is it right to be a rebel and defy all the rules and destroy all the bars created by parents? That is a major question. According to my point of view, no! Not all are necessary to be shunned down. But even not all are necessary to be followed. Eventually you are the owner of your life. You know it how to live it better and you know what decisions will be best for you. Because nothing is permanent in this world. Not even parents.
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Majority of these rules were created to make a child stand in the good eyes of the society. You know what, I hate this word “SOCIETY”, the root of all this. Just think how life would be much easier if there was no Pammi aunty to bitch about anyone. I just don’t care what will my “Dad’s bua’s son” will think about me if I opted for being a blogger rather than choosing engineering or medical or any other blah blah profession because I don’t even know him and have no interest if he play villain role in my life. If this thing makes me happy, I don’t want anyone to invade in my happiness. And he will be much respected from me for not doing that.
I honestly believe that our generation will gonna be very cool kind of parents for our kids. Or I don’t know if the generation gap will still persist. No one knows the future.
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