Hi, I was thinking of a phrase. Actually, two different phrases with the same meaning. Actually, they’re the same phrase used differently in Hindi and Marathi.
It goes like this:
“Ek teer se do nishane/shikaar”
I don’t exactly remember if its “nishane” or “shikaar”.
“Eka dagdaat don pakshi”.
See, in case of the Hindi phrase, it talks about Archery or Hunting. OK both these activities are considered as a sport. But did u read the Marathi version of the phrase.I’ve never heard of a sport where u hunt birds with “STONES”,I don’t know if you have. Yeah, kids sometimes do it using catapults, but they are KIDS.
I don’t know what we Marathi people have against birds, I mean “pakshyaani tumcha kay ghoda maarlay”. OK, if by birds you mean pigeons then I’ll support this sport.
Why? you ask.
BECAUSE I HATE PIGEONS!! X( THAT’S WHY.
And all you “Maine Pyar Kiya”/Salman Khan fans, don’t give me the reason of it being a romantic bird. That bird wouldn’t have been romantic had it pooped on Salman before delivering the message. But wait even in the movie the bird has been shown as romantic but actually it is not. I bet, they censored the part where the wicked bird kept crashing into the window shades of salman’s house breaking the shade. Also, they did not show you, how mad salman got when that pigeon pooped on his car and ruined the paint. In fact, the news that salman was drunk and had run over some people sleeping on the footpath with his car was a cover up. Because he’d look stupid if they said Salman was perfectly sober and tried to run over a pigeon on the footpath and accidentally ran over the people sleeping there. And I think same thing happened with salman’s driver recently. See, how many lives this bird has ruined.
OK, now as far as other birds are concerned, I have no problem with them. In fact, I feed crows, sparrows and other birds, but not pigeons.
OK I am done talking now its your turn. Remember, Your in the “Random Convo” section. Tell of your thoughts about this stupid conversation via replies. 😉