Child Abuse 1 and 2

Abuse -1 

At Kombai:

உள்ள போ. பெரியவங்க பேசும்போது ஊட பேசக்கூடாதுன்னு எத்தன தடவ சொல்றது? இப்படி வாயாடுனா போற இடத்துல என்னயல்ல சொல்லுவாங்க, வளர்ப்பப் பாருன்னு.  வீட்டுக்குள்ல போ, போயி,  புஸ்தகத்த எடித்துப் படி.

(Go inside. How many times I tell you not to interrupt when we adults are talking? if you are going to have this big mouth, it is me who is going to take the blame for the bad upbringing. Go inside. take your school book and read.) 

   

ஒத்த வார்த்தைல பதில் சொல்லிப் பழகு. நீள நீளமா வியாக்கியானம் படிக்காத. கண்டதயும் படிக்கவேண்டியது, கண்டமானைக்குப் பேச வேண்டியது. பாடப்புஸ்தகம் படிச்சயா?

(answer in one word. Do not talk in lengthy sentences. Did I ask you to talk in epics? Have I not told you not to read all those junk? Then you come around and talk all the shit. Did you read your school book?)

 (wtf!)

          

             

 At London.

Premalatha, I appreciate that you are very precise in your answers. Sometimes you need to beat around the bush before getting to the point, sometimes never get to the point, just beat around and let them take their pick.. You have to understand and evaluate your audience and for that you need to observe them, spend time with them… Sometimes it is not what is right and what is wrong.. it is about how you manipulate them to get what you want, without letting them know you are getting what you want, instead you make them believe that you are doing for their sake and this is what they wanted in the first place.. just give them the chance to give their side, but eventually make them do what you want them to do…

Premalatha you are a poor communicator

(wtf!)

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Abuse 2:

At Kombai:

எங்க கிளம்பி இருக்க? லைப்ரரிக்குப் போகணும்னா முருகேஸ்வரி அக்காகிட்ட் சொல்லி வரச்சொல்லியிருக்கயா? தனியாலாம் போகக்கூடாது. தினமும் பள்ளிக்கூடம் போற பாதைதேன், தெரியும், இன்னைக்கு பள்ளிக்கூடமா போற, லைப்ரரிக்கில்ல போற.  யாராவது துணைக்கு வந்தா போ. அப்படி என்னா புஸ்தகம் படிக்கணும்? பாடப்புஸ்தகம்தேன் நாங்க வாங்கித்தரோம்ல, அதப் படி.

(Where are going? Library? Did you make arrangements with Murugeswari, is ahe going with you? No, you cannot go alone. I know it is on the way to school and you go past every day, but you are not going to school today, are you? You are going to Library. Go, if anyone accompanies you. What do want to read anyway? Don’t we get you all school books? Go and read them.)

            

ஏம்ம தனியா வந்திருக்க? உங்க தாத்தாவ காலைல பார்த்தேன். அவர்கிட்ட காசு குடுத்துவிடும்மா. அவருக்கு என்னா புஸ்தகம்னு தெரியாட்டி எழுதிக்குடுத்துவிடும்மா.  தனியால்லாம் கடைக்கு வராத.

(Have you come alone girl? I saw your granpa this morning. You could asked him to get you the book. If he doesn’t know what you want, write it in a piece of papere and give it to him. Don’t come alone to the shops.)

              

Bus talk:

ஏம்மா தனியாவா போற? யாருமில்ல உங்கூட? உங்கம்மாப்பா உன்ன தனியாவ பஸ்ஸில ஏத்திவிட்டாங்க? பஸ்ஸில நீயா ஏறுனயா? ஏன் வீட்டுக்குத்தெரியாம எங்க போற? கோயம்புத்தூர்லயிருந்து வர்றயா? அவ்வளவுதூரம் ஏன் தனியா போன? படிக்கிறயா? அப்படி என்ன படிப்பு வேண்டிக்கிடக்கு தனியா துணைக்கு யாருமில்லாம பொம்பளப்பிள்ளய உங்காத்தா என்னா மனசுக்காரியோ. நால்லாம் எம்பொண்ண தனியா விடமாட்டேன்.

(Are you travelling alone? why? Did your parents see you off alone? What, you boarded the bus yourself, what? why? Where are you going without your folks knowledge? oh, you are coming from Coimbatore. What are doing there? ah, you are studying there. Why that far? What kind of necessity is that you have to go that far to study? What kind of mother is your mother who sends a girl this far alone?)

               

Caring people:

தனியாவா இருக்கிற வடநாட்டுல? எம்மா.. என்னா குடும்பமோ.. எம்பிள்ளயாயிருந்தா எல்லாத்தையும் விட பொண்ணு முக்கியம்னு முதல்ல கூடக்கிளம்பி போயிடுவேன். உங்கம்மாவுக்கு உன்மேல பாசமேயில்லயா..

(You living alone in North India! OMG. What kind of family is yours? If it were my daughter i would never let her have to live alone. I will give up anything and go with her and she is the most important for me. Doesn’t your mother care for you?)

         

             

At Hemel:

Balan, Actually you don’t care about me. that is why you didn’t  bother to take the day off to go with me to the hospital.

Premalatha, it is just a few questions they are going to ask, just to fill in a form.  You drive and you have your car. it is not far away..

No balan, you don’t care about me. as simple as that.

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. wyvern
    Nov 29, 2006 @ 16:10:48

    Man I am confused

    1. I thought they don’t use fuck in london….don’t they use shag….so my first confusion was the WTF tag

    2. who in the hell is balan. I am new to ur site and have no idea who balan was…if it was just some random character name….then okay

    3. who r u mad at. It sounds all the world….not a healthy choice

    achtung…u r going towards the dark side…u r getting more and more sarcastic…nothing wrong with it….sarcasam is the reason i still live in this world…may the force be with you…amen

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  2. wyvern
    Nov 29, 2006 @ 16:27:45

    jesus…now i get it….did i mention about my head injury when I was young….if not, from my last comment you probably would have guessed it…u r not mad at any one. u r in love with balan and balan is not just some one….or did i screw up again. Sorry about the prev post….but still do they really use wtf in london

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  3. Premalatha
    Nov 29, 2006 @ 16:32:20

    Hiya,

    🙂

    Balan is my husband.

    I am not mad at anyone.

    Welcome to the mad world.

    yes, f word is very much in common in London, although when they want to mean the exact meaning, it is “shag”. “Shag” is not used when someone wants to let out frustration or similar swearing. it is always the f word.

    🙂

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  4. Vidya
    Nov 29, 2006 @ 21:11:38

    Oh yeah! I remember those days when, all those various preachings happened to me too.. its just that mine happened in Madras. And now the second part is happening in Dallas. How many days, I used to get so wild as to whats wrong with these people, why cannot I go out alone, and get things by myself.. while these days, I prefer company to do groceries.. Funny isnt it?

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  5. Jay
    Dec 04, 2006 @ 03:29:38

    In case it may make you feel any better (nah), it is not limited to your ooru makkals. The same is experienced by many here in Malaysia too. Perhaps it’s an Indian thingy? To be specific, south Indian thingy? I don’t know.

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