Thursday, 10 December 2009

NEver open the door for strangers :P

Read the title?? :P:P

Well this happened in 2006 feb the time I was preparing for my tenth board exams...
My mom had to go to the doc. for a routine check up. My dad told me to get ready and I as usual was lazy to go and told him I have to study so he said "okay you stay here...but if anyone comes tell then that we are not here ..please come later.."
Saying this they went away..

I was alone at home...I had to study ...but I was more worried about the match going on between India and Pakistan (first ODI)
Since it was almost getting over..I switched on the TV...but at that very moment someone rang the bell...
I looked through the window and saw two women...they came to ask something from my mom.
yes I opened the door for them and told them that my parents weren't there and they'll be back in half an hour.
They said "yes we have to go to the nearby shop we'll be back in half an hour"
They went away...
I watched 2 or 3 overs and then suddenly bell rang again...
I looked through the window(we dun have a spy hole :P)
THis was one Malayali uncle. :P
What went through my mind was "men cannot be trusted" :P:P
I switched off the TV
went into the bedroom and switched off the main power that the bell goes off..
he kept banging the door loudly..I remained silent (meanwhile I was talking to my friend on phone to get updates about the match :P)
He tried Tried...
then finally as he was going away the two women who had come earlier came in..
He asked them "Where have they gone ?? do you have any idea".
They said "they have gone to the doc. but their daughter was here she opened the door for us"
and then I see that mom and dad are back.
After that what could I do??
I had to open the door
switch on the main power switch
and what then all I had to hear :P:D

This was one of the biggest goof ups I ever had :P:D

Moral: Open the door for males who are Malayalees :P (though they cannot be trusted too :P)
ps:) wud reply to the comments of previous post soon :)


Suresh Kumar said...

Lagtha hain bahuth cinemas dekthi thi tab. Men r human too... unka bhi komal hruday hotha hain :)

This is tragedy for grown up good males.. Us uncle pe sympathy aa raha hain...

Do Do aunty onke saamne uske maan uske haath mein diya. Zaroor daant milna chahiye tha.. :)

k.ø.c.h.ü said...

yeah yeah always hav de door ajar :)

Being Pramoda... said...

hahaha...good lessons at the end..:)

will u open the door if ring ur bell next time??:)..Naughty gal..u switched off the powerrr..:P) :) ..what an idea sir ji..:)

ANWESA said...

good!!!bilkul mujhpe gayi hey :D

Ria said...

ha ha!:P That was funnny...

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

No one can blame you for not opening the door to strangers. You were so young then and it was always better to be safe than sorry. I'm sure your parents understood your predicament. You did open the door to the two ladies but with a male visitor, that would have been too risky. You did the right thing in my book. Thanks for the post. God bless you always my young friend.

V. S. A . said...

:)he he.. thats funny. So,were u questioned by the person as to,y u dint open? :)

Arjun said...

haha... lol... :P

I have a few similar incidents.. Parents going for work i used to spend most of my summer holidays alone at home... ;)


nands said...

Bechare uncle!!!
Daant tho milni hi chahiye.

deeps said...

haha lols
gurl you know wat? be happy that you are there n me here, else you would be sqeezd like lemon haha ...

u better start trusting mallu guys ....(until u find urself in trouble) :-P

lesson one: have spy holes all over .
2: dont be over xited about cricket
3: dont play schizophrenia :-P

anupama said...

Dear Priya,
Good Evening!
hey,what's wrong with malayalees?and why only with malayalees?
never ever generalise!exceptions are there in all cases!
and you think,those ladies were to be trusted?no way!
never ever be a tv addict!
wishing you a wonderful weekend,

sawan said...

waaa, entoru nalla paadam!! budhimathi thanne :)

Dhanya said...

Hahahaha :D Paavam priya kutty... all because of the lessons parents keep preaching to us... they shouldn't be followed always ;)

Vani said...

Lolzz..Superb moral in the end..! :D

Sweet Addiction said...

:) i hate whn the landline rings when i m sleeping :| damn annoying

Hemanth Potluri said...

always being careful with strangers ...even like me :P..


Amity Me said...

you just did the right thing, but again, here comes your being naughty, switching off the main power so that the man banging ur door would stop it? ohh...Priya...:)

Tulika said...


Funny.Good one. :D

Anonymous said...

hahaha I've done something similar actually! =] Except in my case, it was an old white dude... but he looked pretty pedophile-ish.. haha Apparently, he was my dad's coworker.. oops!

My life is my lesson! said...

Hey Priya,

Lol.. funny post :D.. what is wrong in trusting if he is your parents friend lol.. what did the uncle say after the incident??

Shruti said...

gosh! i hv faced this situation so many times wen i used 2 be at home.. it brought back memories..bachpan ke!!
strict instructions frm parents, malayali uncles bajaofyin bell ..
i remember switchin off d inverter if der was no power to stop dem frm ringing d bell

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