Posted by AtPeace on September 12, 2005
P peeped his head through the door, appearing extremely apprehensive. He was greeted with our warm smiles. As he kept looking around suspiciously, my smile was replaced with curiosity and amusement. ‘Enna, P? Ulla va’, I invited him to our room.
‘Are there any cocky boys around?’, he asked.
‘WHAT?’, reacted D in absolute shock. ‘What?‘, I repeated a little softly…. surely, I had heard wrong?
‘Cocky boys here?’ There was no mistaking what I heard. D and I kept staring at P, waiting for some explanation. S was the only one who seemed to have understood what he meant, as she started laughing at the expressions on our faces. We were simply aghast. I turned and looked enquiringly at S. What on earth was going on? After laughing a short while, amused at our expressions, S clarified – ‘he’s asking if there are any cockroaches in our room’.
‘Pathetic’, I ejaculated. ‘Terrible’, added D. As we both gave him dirty looks, P slowly entered the room, still apprehensive. He grinned on seeing our looks of disgust. ‘Yen ivlo perverted-a irukeenga?’
I struggled to find speech. Couldn’t think of words strong enough to berate the chap. Thankfully, D had taken it upon herself and was doing just what I intended. But he wouldn’t agree. ‘Adheppadi… S ku purinjudhu la.. you are the ones who are perverted’. We threw dirty looks at S, one of the most perverted beings I’ve ever known. (When she had originally landed in chennai, she was like this pucca pattikadu, so much so that P still calls her ‘patiks’. We had to educate her on several aspects of life. Now, of course, she’s the expert, finding double and more than often, multiple meanings in absolutely harmless sentences.)
Ellathayum vidunga, makkale, let S be the saint here. But heck, I mean, dash it, how on earth is anyone supposed to comprehend his phrase to mean cockroaches??? And when we understand it the only way any normal person can, we are called perverts!!!
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