20 Sep

This post is not about butterflies in the literal sense. But about those ‘kind’ of girls who behave like butterflies, especially in a public place, mostly to grab attention of people. I don’t have any bad or wrong feelings about it, but i personally feel that one should try to behave sober in public (look who is talking :P). So, this post…

The following is a real life encounter. I would change some names but trust me the story actually happened and those who witnessed it were really entertained.

So, a few daysΒ  back, I boarded metro with two of my friends from Dwarka station. We were returning from our college and very quite exhausted. We luckily got the seats and settled down there. Only two or three stations had passed and the crowd was becoming quite thick. My friends and I were talking randomly about the day, when a group of 6 girls entered the metro. They were laughing and holding hands and were in a party mood… no one paid attention because itsΒ  a common sight when 5 or 6 girls meet up. Now, one of the passengers stood up from his seat as he had reached his destination. One of these girls reached out for the seat with bullet speed and almost pushed that man so that she could sit.. Now this “harkat” turned many faces towards these girls. Now, the girl was not satisfied to get a seat for herself only.. she offered her friend to sit on her lap and that offer was duly respected by the other one…

They all started talking about a guy where the main story was that how one of these had fooled a boy and got an expensive wrist watch from him. These girls were sitting exactly opposite to us, so we were having a hearty good laugh on all those ‘pantiyas’.

Then, suddenly it strikes to one of them… “hey we have put on too good clothes… we should get our pictures.” So, the photo session started inside the metro. The metro announcer’s computerized voice of “Photography is not allowed inside the metro” was lost in the group laughter of those girls.

Half the coach was staring at them as all were having free fun. But there was one person who was looking to be in deep trouble. This was the man sitting besides that girl. The girl who was sitting on her friend’s lap was not able to control herself and it seemed that she could fall on that guy at any moment. At one time the girl was almost over him, but the man chose his izzat over metro seat and at once relinquished that seat and almost ran away from them. After 1-2 stations Rajouri Garden station came where these girls had to deboard. But they chose to deboard the metro from two coaches ahead (and I seriously didn’t got the logic for this one…)

As soon as they went out almost all the passengers in my coach had a smile on their face… and me and my friends… well had been laughing all the way…

So, these were some titiliyan who were irritating, laughable , comical and the inspiration for this post πŸ˜€


10 Responses to “Titliyan…”

  1. varun September 20, 2013 at 3:46 pm #


  2. Terry September 20, 2013 at 5:43 pm #

    I guess I am the older generation. Getting attention can be done another way. After all girls are to be girls. What happened to lady like, courteous, and polite? I guess what entertains is boisterous, rudeness, and acting like children

    • harshdamangal7 September 21, 2013 at 5:26 pm #

      that’s what i am saying that in public one should try to be sober and its not such a difficult task and the least she can do is not to annoy others

  3. Arindam Saha September 22, 2013 at 9:15 am #

    πŸ™‚ Good post… But kya karein… Girls will be girls… (What else can they be after all… stupid me :P)

    • harshdamangal7 September 22, 2013 at 5:43 pm #

      πŸ˜› not all girls are like that… and thanks for the appreciation πŸ™‚

  4. randomlyabstract October 1, 2013 at 4:47 pm #

    Hahah had a fun time reading this post πŸ˜€

  5. Vinodhiniharish October 18, 2013 at 2:09 pm #

    Hilarious one πŸ™‚
    Lovely writing..
    Keep Going:)

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