Thursday, November 17, 2005

Burden not Shared

As we returned to Pune, my colleague from abroad remarked that all along the way she observed only women carrying things while men were mostly burdenless. I suddenly realised that was so true... it was always this: either a baby, firewood, or hay... the women would be carrying something or the other while the men walked along hands swaying in the air.

But after travelling for many, many kilometers we did come across a man carrying something and we thought, "Ok, there are exceptions"!


Arunima said...

umm, very true!!

I am really flattered mate after reading your post where you mentioned you cannot hate me. My day is made.:-)

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couchpotato said...

Interesting observation, indeed. Never really noticed it. Conveniently forget to notice it, rather! ;)

swar said...

r u in the process of making a graphic novel?!

claytonia vices said...

Thanks for visiting, couchpotato! :-)

Bem, I didn't even think of that! Thanks for the idea! ;-)