monday 55 – being pakistani, trashing pakistan

this week we’re going to write about the least lovable of all the identifying traits of the denizens of our metropolitan jungle – their garbage disposal policy. we – and i use that term loosely as a collective identification for the majority of the populace – think nothing of dumping all our garbage on our city streets while stressing the importance of keeping our homes and ourselves clean. cleanliness is half of faith after all. and hypocrisy, apparently, is our birthright.

she’s spent the whole day lovingly tidying up the flat, polishing the doorknobs, sweeping the floors. its tiring, but when all’s said and done, it is her home and she just has to keep it clean.

she casually lifts up the bag in which she’s collected the dirt and tosses it out of the window.

as always, we await your responses, preferably in the 55 fiction format – but you can write anyway you like. have a nice week!

2 Comments so far

  1. Farhan (unregistered) on April 30th, 2007 @ 10:19 am

    bhai it’s not only dirt , at Burns Road free Shower is offered , Sehan dho kar sara pani neeche phenk dete hain , agar aap ke ghar pani ke kami hai to Burns Road jaye aur Fenayl mile Pane ke Shower ko enjoy karye

  2. udass (unregistered) on April 30th, 2007 @ 11:47 am

    Well its a part of ethic which comes through education but i wonder why it won’t appply these days, here is my first effort for 55-word game:

    “Forbidding throwing any thing from the window of home or car was a part of ethic taught in school. I was taught the same and i still apply it.

    Now a days children are educated with the same ethics in school BUT the worst thing is that they forget it with in a month, WHY ?”

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