Monday, February 9, 2009

My mommy is awesome.

Sanaa~ says:
my mum is making up weird stories to tell ,my sister.
Sanaa~ says:
0.o
Sanaa~ says:
and im the one cracking up at them. sheesh
Mani says:
like?
Sanaa~ says:
umm
Sanaa~ says:
* aik chooza tha. ussne murghi kee taang khaalee. phir woh ghada bann gaya. lekin jo murghi kee taang thee, ussko kuttay ne chaata tha. tou woh jo gadha thaa, woh kuttay kee tarah bhonknay laga. ussko dekh kar billi darr kar bhaagnay lagee, tou bhaagtay bhaagtay woh haathi se takraa gayee, haathi bechara girr gaya, lekin uss ne billi ko sorry bola.*
Sanaa~ says:
and so on.
Mani says:
hmm. some interesting metaphors there...
Mani says:
the elephant could very possibly represent the english.
Sanaa~ says:
HAHAHAHAHAAHHAAHAHAHAH OH GOD.
Mani says:
gigantic, loafsome, yet polite.
Mani says:
the cat represents all the people, mostly women (i like how your mother's engendered it to be feminine), who run away from things based on fear.
Sanaa~ says:
what about the chooza that became a donkey and barked ?
Mani says:
the gadha/kutta thing, i feel, portrays very effectively cross-culturalism. as in, i look desi, but i sound like i'm american/british.
Mani says:
it's just generallly about change
Mani says:
for example...
Sanaa~ says:
in the end the murghi retrieves its taang from the donkeys stomach and the donkey becomes a chooza again and the billi realises what he is, and starts chasing him
Mani says:
the muslim chooza ate unhalal chicken, and became a BBCD who shows no respect for religion.
Mani says:
again, it perfectly paints typical progressions within each mindset.
Mani says:
the woman's fear is absolved, and thereby it will continue cchasing the chooza.
Sanaa~ says:
HAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAH
Mani says:
the murghi is no longer being eaten by the donkey, who realises what it really is, and stops sounding like a dog too.
Mani says:
your mum should write absurdist literature for children. what the hell is she doing being a lawyer?
Sanaa~ says:
ive realised my mum likes making stories about choozas
Mani says:
possibly
Sanaa~ says:
like there was this one
Mani says:
ooh
Sanaa~ says:
and theres this series of stories from my childhood
Mani says:
more absurdist interpretation
Sanaa~ says:
about a chooza called timmoo
Sanaa~ says:
who was a naa laaik chooza
Sanaa~ says:
his mum kicked him out
Sanaa~ says:
she said tu naa laik hai, parhta nai hai, jaa dafa hoja
Sanaa~ says:
then he moved in with a chirrya
Sanaa~ says:
and was going to get married to her..but he had to try very hard to convince her
Sanaa~ says:
her had to like.. clean up her ouse and shit
Sanaa~ says:
=\
Mani says:
your mum's clearly a feminist.
Mani says:
and believes in the reversal of traditional roles within the household.
Mani says:
unfortunately, the society she was born and raised in, and belongs to, doesn't sufficiently consider her opinion worth appraisal, let alone her desire to triumph alone without doing it at the behest of a man
Mani says:
as such, she has to paint her true colours through the medium of storytelling involving choozas.
Mani says:
this story also reeks of a twisted romanticism. that she would be found by a man who was madly in love with her, and completely willing to be kept under foot, if only he could marry this lovely bird.
Mani says:
may i point out the irony of the bird being female (chicks, birds, all modern slang for the woman), and the man being a rodent, therefore implying that he is weak, dependent, and completely lacking protection or cunning.
Sanaa~ says:
hahahahahaha ILOVE HOW YOURE PSYCHANALYSING MY MUM=P
Mani says:
i rate your mom's story 4 stars
Sanaa~ says:
the man is a chooza=\
Sanaa~ says:
called timmoo
Sanaa~ says:
get your facts right mani!
Mani says:
chooza kya hota hai?

5 comments:

Dreaminglass said...

I fail to see how the last four lines of conversation have anything to do with your mom's awesomeness. However, in the grander scheme of writing, it is perfectly placed for comic relief. So I'll give you a break.

Also, yes. Your mom is awesome. Now get her a pen and some draft paper, and get her writing. It is inexcusable if you don't.

Opinionated Jaahil said...

You didn't know what a chooza was. How could I let that go?=P

Yes, I should make my mum write weird stories for children. I'd become rich.=D

Eeda said...

AHhahahahahaha...
the last 4 lines made the entire cat-chasing-its-own-tale kinda convo worth reading..

btw. i hate choozas.
*shudders*

Tazeen said...

funny

F. said...

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