It’s Raining Mess,Hallelujah

It is that time of the year, when finally our country has a chance to sanitise itself with annual showers! Considering how filthy our roads and any other land, which doesn’t bear the burden of dusty buildings, are, I think we should have rains all year long. That way, atleast a minute part of the vast amount of dirt accumulated over half a century on our part of the earth is washed away.

On second thoughts, I don’t think we should have rains AT ALL. Because, when it rains in Bombay, it doesn’t pour, it just floods! Trains refuse to run, it becomes a Herculean task just to get to office for some people and when they do accomplish this mission impossible they are left stranded and hungry, news channels at last find a way to air something useful ,weather reports (not the saucy weather girls, we don’t even have them anymore), irritating devils masquerading as children swarm the building halls since they can’t go out and make life hell for others, newspapers arrive at your doorstep shredded in bits and pieces and that too DRENCHED, clothes left out to drip dry don’t dry they just keep dripping and make you smell like it’s you who hasn’t showered since you were 10 and a special and honorable mention again to our only lifeline, TRAINS, local trains don’t need rains to stop functioning, they just need clouds enough to block the sunlight to go on a sabbatical.

Phew! I think I have cribbed enough about the rains considering many are delighted with them falling on our HEADS. I shall sign out before my laptop dies on me, as it hasn’t been refueled because the lights went out and no points for guessing why the lights are out.


2 Responses to It’s Raining Mess,Hallelujah

  1. hermit says:

    Hmm, yeah. As much as we wanted to get rid of the pricking heat of the sun, we should’ve remembered that our trains don’t like the rains too much. Newspapers don’t agree with it either. Truly said about the news channels too.

    Wish it would rain throughout the year, it could wash away all those red splotches that people make, but then I also don’t want to be sitting home for 365 days! 😛

    All we can do is avoid getting stuck up for the next 3-4 months, grin when we are dry towels and the others are wet rats and crib when the tables turn.

  2. devi says:

    Yeah but shredded pieces of a wet newspaper… only in ulhasnagar!!!! hahah!!

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