Monday, September 12, 2005

EYES OF THE BEHOLDER

When I wrote in my previous post that I appreciate the beauty of female breasts, I got some compliments on my honesty. What I also managed to do was upset my sister in the process. She understands I was being honest, but is upset that I feel this way, "just like all other guys". She asked me if I found it okay if anyone looked at her (my sister) or my wife or my mother with "that eye". I don't know how to start!

First, I hope I haven't embarrassed or put off any other girl by discussing this topic. If I have, I am sorry, it is not my intention to embarrass (and please refrain from reading this post further).


I have known man to be fascinated with mammaries since ancient times. I have read books from Indian literature which provide tasteful, graphic anatomical descriptions. I won't go as far as even the KamaSutra, just take kaamathu paal in Thirukkural. And the works of sculptors, painters, poets, writers exhibit SUCH rasanai (skill of aesthetic appreciation)

I hate the stigma our society attaches to human anatomy. Breasts are just another part of the body. I think looking at breasts is fine unless it intrudes into a woman's privacy (like hidden webcams, camera phones). I know I can't stop anyone from looking at my sister or wife or mother with "the wrong eye", unless I keep them locked in my house.

I can maintain perfect eye contact with a girl because breasts don't distract me. They're nice to look at (just like eyes, hair, smile...), but when I'm talking to my mother or sister or co-worker or friend, they are not the object of my attention (just like eyes, hair, smile, are not), because relationships (personal or official) are not about the body but the mind! I am what I am today mainly due to women - my mom, my girlfriend, my sisters, my penpals.

I think the sight of a mother feeding her baby depicts the purest form of worldly love. Breasts are the only organs that can depict both purity and titillation. That's why they are so special!


From childhood, we are taught that talking about anatomy is taboo. This increases curiosity. And we have no proper method of sexual education. Which means information is mostly obtained through improper means, which is often factually improper. Though it is natural to be attracted to the physicality of the opposite sex, someone who talks openly about admiring breasts "shocks" society. I don't see vulgarity in the eye if it is not in the mind.

My friend used to say, "Azhaga rasikkardhu thappille. Adha adayanum-nnu nenaikkardhu dhaan thappu"(No harm in enjoying beauty. Harm lies in thinking of subjugating/possessing/attaining it).

The reason I write so much here is because my sister means the world to me. I value her words because they are always out of concern for me. Till now, I don't believe I'm on the wrong path! But her words make me want to think again...

62 comments:

Somu said...

Vinesh,

Sometime back I got a URL link which had few questions on what I like about women... like who was my biggest crush, my current crush, sexiest part in a woman do I like...

The link was forwarded to me by one of my friends (apparently was a girl who was my crush. I even told her about it). So, when I answered all the questions and submitted, to my * shock * my answers were forwarded to the sender.

When i played the same game will all my male friends, almost all of them said it was the breasts !!! I assume it's natural... Just that no one comes across so honestly !!!

"A thing of beauty is a joy forever"... So what's wrong in appreciating it !!!

"Pen maarbukkul oru manasundu ada athaiyum paarunga"... Vairamuthu didnt write it for fun... There is a message for lots in this !

Glad that you responded immdly to your sis's concern ! Am sure you wudn't want another controversy brewing at home :o)

Jagan said...

hey ..when I read your prev post ...I thought it was obvious that you didnt mean anything vulgur .(if you didnt ..may be you couldnt have put it on the blog ) .

neways ..good that you clarified .Guess you answered on behalf of all the guys :-)

Vinesh said...

@Somu: Wow, those Vairamuthu lines.. are they from some film song?

All I wanted to convey was that our body is not "dirty" or "taboo".

And that breasts are beautiful because of a mother's love too, apart from aesthetic purposes. Glad you see this the same way I do.

Somu said...

Vinesh,

They are from the "May madham 98il" song in Jay Jay...It goes like this...

"pen maarbukkul oru manasundu mariyaathai pannunga, pen maarbukkul oru manasundu, ada athaiyum paarunga"

Random Access said...

The quote from ur friend was nice. I think its just the same with everyone. Maybe something or the other. How is one part of the body in any way more vulgar than the other? I think its in the mind. Prob u know this, but juz to quote another anecdote:

Once a rishi and his sishya was walkin down when they saw a girl almost drowning. The rishi went and saved the girl and carried her to the shore. The sishya was shocked as the rishi preached him about not being with women and worse still as she was naked (supposedly went ther to take bath n slipped).

After a while dangling these thots in his mind, he asked the rishi, isnt it wrong to carry a naked woman. Then the rishi said "I dropped her off near the river, you still carry her"

Random Access
The search has just begun !!!

Paavai said...

I thought women knew the stuff that accentuates their beauty. I can speak for myself that there was nothing vulgar about what you had said. Quite touched by the care for your sister...

Vinesh said...

@Somu: Thanks for the info buddy, will check out the song :-)

@Random Access: I have heard that story too buddy, and thanks for bringing it up :-)

@Paavai: You're the first woman to comment here! :-) Thanks for your comments. My sister means the world to me. I don't want her to think I'm a pervert :-(

யாத்திரீகன் said...

நாம் வளர்க்கப்படும் சமூகமும் அதன் பார்வையும், நமது எண்ணங்களில் பெரும் தாக்கத்தை ஏற்படுத்தும்..

"உன் வீட்டுப் பெண்கள்... " - என்ற பேச்சை எல்லா இடத்திலும் எடுக்க இயலாது.. அது பொருத்தமும் ஆகாது...

சில இரசனைகள் நாம் வெளிப்படையாய் கலந்துரையாடல் செய்யுமளவு நாம் அனைவரும் இல்லை, நம் சமூகமும் இல்லை..

எல்லா, இளைஞ்கர்களும் பெண்களை எப்போதும் தவறான கண்ணோட்டத்துடன் தான் பார்ப்பார்கள் என்று, கதைகள், சினிமா, என்று அனைத்திலும் சொல்லப்படுவதாலும் இந்த குழப்பம்..

சில விஷயங்கள், உடனே வெளிப்படையாய் பேசித்தீர்ப்பது நல்லது, சிலவற்றை கோபத்தில், உணர்ச்சிக்கொந்தளிப்பில் பேசாமல்.. யோசனைக்கு விட்டு விட்டு, இருதாராரும் மனத்தெளிவுக்கு பின் பேசுவது நல்லது..

இதில் எதை கடைப்பிடிப்பது என்று.. நீயே முடிவு செய் வினேஷ்...

அந்த வைரமுத்து வரிகள் நிஜம்.. நானும் முன்பே கேட்டு அந்த உண்மையை இரசித்து, உணர்ந்திருக்கின்றேன்..

ஆனால் எல்லாப்பார்வைகளும் அப்படி இல்லை என்பது நிஜம்... அப்படிப்பட்ட பார்வைகள் எந்த சூழ்நிலையில் வந்தாலும் மோசமானவர்கள் என்று நினைப்பது சரியில்லை..
ஒருவேளை ஒரு பெண்ணின் இடத்தில் இருந்து யோசியுங்கள் தெரியும் என்று சிலர் சொல்லலாம்.. அந்த தர்மசங்கடமான சூழ்நிலையை உருவாக்குவதே தவறு...

Anoop Sundaram said...

vinesh..c'mon cheer up... ur sis shud and wud understand u for sure.. coz as someone earlier said if u had thought of it in a bad way, you wouldnt have put it on ur blog and you wouldn't have put up this post either.. so am sure ur sis wud understand u...
at the same time i feel that ur statement -- "They're nice to look at" could have had a preceding statement like "provided it doesnt hurt" -- coz things what we do and feel nice abt may or may not be applicable and agreeable to others (regdless of gender)....
"No harm in enjoying beauty. Harm lies in thinking of subjugating/possessing/attaining it" -- i disagree on this -- whts enjoyment is subjective and specific to people.. isn't it?

B said...

Dude I am with u. I dont think its wrong to admit what most men in this world admire at. May be ur sis had a different view abt u and didnt expect this blatant MALE admission. We are always a kid/good boy in the eyes of parents/sis/ etc. This complicated things for u. Hope ur sis understands u on this issue.

Vinesh said...

@Senthil: I'm raring to read your post! Is there some font pack I need to install? I see thamizh letters, but it's all mangled.

@Anoop: I definitely agree with you. I did mention the idea "provided it does not hurt" when I said "..unless it intrudes into a woman's privacy" I should not have mentioned the examples I did like webcam etc..

I do believe that intrusion of privacy even with one's eyes in a manner that someone feels uncomfortable is not right.

Again, when I said "enjoying beauty" I meant rasikkardhu, not rusikkardhu. Same rule of intrusion of privacy applies here.

@Bala: "We are always a kid/good boy in the eyes of parents/sis/ etc" I see a lot of sense in that statement.

Ram.C said...

Just after reading this, i read your previous post... As you had mentioned it is only the mind which shouldn't be corrupt. Agreed.

Obviously, this is one of the integral part of the opposite sex which the males gender is obsessed with. Sometimes, being open end us in problems. Need to know how to manage it. Hope you had done it efectively.

DaldaDappa and Proud said...

I guess its ok to appreciate breasts as they are just another part of the body. But the reason why offence is taken is because, it is something very personal and sometimes "rasichifying" it too much can make us females feel uncomfortable.
Anyway as long as there is no harm intended its fine. Its really sweet of you to write clarifying things on behalf of your sister. But I can understand exactly where she is coming from as well.
so basically as long as your intentions are harmless its fine. Not everyone is like you and the other people who have commented, some are downright losers and do it just to make the girls feel uneasy. So basically it all depends on perception.

Vikram H said...
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Vikram H said...

I've frankly gone through too much of bullshit at home, with parents...Even if a kollywood couple start moving close to each other on screen,my dad would start squirming in his seat and start fiddling with the remote, and hurriedly flip through various channels!!

Or in some cases my dad would subject to slapstick comedy, to divert everybody's attention away from the screen!! :(...Sometimes,the child in him, comes out!

vasanthi said...

Its but natural for guys just that you admitted openly on your blog.

Vinesh said...

@Ram: Thanks for your comments buddy!

@Preethi: I agree that over rasichufying can make a girl uncomfortable. I'm only saying that it's the same even if it's eyes or hair or anything else. Even staring at a girl's face can make her uncomfortable.

But I'm glad you see my perspective :-)

Vinesh said...

@Vikram: hahaha..good one buddy :-)I heard this story in some pattimandram...

When kids are small, the family goes to a movie. During an intimate screen moment, the father drops a 1-rupee coin in the dark and asks the kids to search for it.

Same family goes to movie some years later. During intimate scene, the kid drops a 5-rupee coin in the dark :-D

@Vasanthi: I guess so. And I still fail to see what the big deal is.

Sneha Acharya said...

ada neenga eppodhum unmaya openaa solli vambula mattikkureenga ... paathunga sir!!! :-)

Jeevan said...

because my sister means the world to me. How many brothers think like this? Nice writen.

KARY said...

Vinesh, very well written. Hats off!

Vinesh said...

@Sneha: Haha I know Sneha :-) But enna panna, just like trusting people implicitly, idhuvum ennoda manufacturing defect :-( Maybe I should buy some cellotape to plaster my mouth.

@Jeevan: Every brother would think like this if he had a sister like I do (I have two sisters by the way, and both are the best sisters I could ever have)

@Kary: Hey buddy, why no post from you in a long time? Been busy?

Shrinivas said...

See blog is a common platform to express, in other words its a diary sort of expressions, taking it personaly or in family wise would defntly mis-interpert the way to your expressions. Sisters/Parents/Wife will understand that, and you too explain this to them, you're not going to become Nambiar or Mansur ali khan all of a sudden by your prev. post.Relax its all in the professional hazard, anyway, great writing, Keep it up.

radio said...

hi...viny
the clearence on the statement was superb...just caught in the same situation with my sis...when commenting on heroine with my cousin. " neeyum ippadithana"..well u know it hurts even now..but who can expl her... ??

Jeevan said...

Realy you are great vinesh. I also have a sister (uncils daughhter), after seeing your blog i also like my sister very much.:)

Kroopa Shah (Kr00pz) said...

Your post touches on something that happenned recently and I've been thinking about it and posting about it for some time now. But what you say is true. Because we teach our children not to talk about sex or the human body, they obtain incorrect information outside which is even worse.
Hmm, maybe I will put that post up!!

johnny boy said...

Hey vinesh..
Checkin blogs after quite a long time! And looks like i missed out on quite a lot..
First of all, congrats on making it to the finals of sapthaswarangal! Proud of you dude.. I've alwez admired guys with a classical voice. Wish u all the very best in ur 'musical' career!! :))
Coming to this post, your honesty in admitting something that *every guy feels in his head, is awesome. Its understandable when some guys keep mum, but when ppl deny it, you can be sure *most of them are lying! But vinesh, its quite sad that when we speak things out, we are mistaken for 'perverted' guys, wheras the 'silent' guys are the supposedly 'good' and 'cute' ones. Not fair isnt it! Anyway, thts not gonna change anything about us :) Breasts are one of the biggest 'physical' turn ons, no 2 ways about it... As long as it doesnt not hurt/embarass the girl in anyway, its not a problem. Its the intention that matters, more than the deed - this applies to almost everything in life! If you've got no bad intentions, the path u take, is alwez the right one!
As far as your sister is concerned, frankly i guess she's got every reason to feel twitchy readin her bro talkin about 'breasts'. Thats how Indian socirty is. Cant blame you, cant blame her :) Cos its not a 'fault'.
My close frnds know how much I miss, having a younger sister! :(( Wish i had one :(

sukhanya said...

Wow ..I appreciate your thoughts and I just am not able to find the correct words to appreciate you.
I appreciate your honesty.

Sex education will definitely make big difference ( I have personally seen this in school ) and I have seen how relationships changed between girls and guys with my school class mates after this education.

I would also say that if a female is finding it uncomfy then the guy shld respect that. I personally would appreciate any guy who looks into my eye and talks to me and that is one way of how I evaluate a guy :-)

Man ... you are such a wonderful brother.. I envy ur sister soo much.. wish i had a ELDER brother like you. This has been my unsatiated desire :-((

One example : Guys in chennai please excuse. This is a generic statement. Im not sure how the scenario is off late but a couple of years back it was a taboo to sit next to a female in the PTC bus in chennai. THis is again a place where we would hear a lot of sexual harrassment.
During one of my visits to Blore/Mlore (almost 8yrs back, I found that Men did not hesitate to sit next to 'stranger' females and I found a lot of difference in the attitude of men in the public places. I think the more we try to hide or make it sound like taboo causes more problems.

FOr this reason, I would say Co-EDucation is the best. For some reason all along my life I have hated the concept of boys/girls school and also I have personally seen a lot of issues which proves my ideas undoubtedly.

Personally : It was a nice and honest post and I appreciate your honesty and guts. Hats off to you. Am sure no "sensible" women would get offended and if they do.. they are insane ...

tata
sukku

யாத்திரீகன் said...

Since i felt ones thought could best expressed via the mother tongue, i had to comment in tamizh

try this out vinesh,

In Internet Explorer
select UTF-8 from View->Encoding

For Tamil Unicode Fonts:

http://www.alanwood.net/unicode/fonts_windows.html#tamil

Vinesh said...

@Karan: I do value your comments buddy! And I do hope that I don't become Nambiar or MAnsur Ali Khan all of a sudden :-)

@Radio: Hi buddy, welcome to Orange Juice! Yea, I guess sisters do have a glorified opinion of their brothers.

@Jeevan: I'm very happy to hear that my blog helped you appreciate your sister more! :-)

Vinesh said...

@Kr00pz: Looking forward to that post Kr00pz, since I feel very strongly about that issue!

@Johny Boy: Welcome back buddy! Thanks for your wishes and compliments!

It's the intention that matters, as you say, and more importantly, the girl should not be affected.

I do hope Indian society changes though :-) Siblings should be able to discuss things freely because no one can protect a sister like a brother can, and the sister should make use of the brother to understand the male psyche well..

Vinesh said...

@Sukhanya: Nothing cheers me up more than a long comment, Sukku! :-)

We agree upon the fact that eye contact is the major thing in any personal or official relationship, no two ways about it.

I try my best to be a good brother to my sisters. After all, they were gifts to me from God!

Co-education is indeed the best. I studied in one. And I've seen some guys in college who were from boys'only schools. They were pretty "starved". I'm speaking about the majority.

I'm pretty sure the reason guys don't sit next to girls is because they may feel uncomfortable. Atleast I can speak for myself. When I had to sit next to a girl in a shareauto, I would be the one sticking to the side like a lizard so that I don't touch the girl even accidentally. Not because I have a problem, but because the girl should not feel uncomfortable.

@Senthil: The Unicode thing didn't work. I'll try downloading the font you sent me. I really appreciate that you commented in thamizh. Will definitely do everything I can to read it...pls bear with me.

Peelamedu_bulls said...

Makka,
Dnt get in to gals words. Gals will be gals and boys will be boys.
If they don't like to be looked at their breast, please stop wearing tight tshirts. Guys would and will look at something thats eye catchy.
Praveen had once said 'roadle porava roadle poravadhaan'. Please stop asking 'nee akka thangachiyo poraklaiya'.
My sister is my sister.and my GF is my GF.
Gals dont find anything bumby in a guy anatomically. If it were the case. Gals would definetly look there.
Vinesh, don't pheel yaar. This complaint has been there since dinosours walked on this earth.

Ajitha said...

ya very much true...when it comes varnichufying a woman "IT" always comes into pic...
there are so many songs that can be quoted...
"sattrae nimirthen thalai suthi ponen, ada da brahman vallal adi"

"mellisaigal padithal, medu pallam marithal nagaiyin guname"...
ipdi sollitae polaam..

The thing is ,its just irritating when people give those measuring looks....

யாத்திரீகன் said...

bulls nee solradhu 100% correct machi..

but ennathaan olunga dress pannalum verichu paarkuravunga panradhu thaputhaan-nu ellorum solradhum nyaayam thaney !!!!

Kaushik Ramajayam said...

Co-incidentally, I had a long discussion with some of my friends today about the lack of openness with respect to sex in our society.
1. I think that opening up sex and making people recognize it as a natural thing is another way of improving the lot of women in our country - from the way they are treated as sex objects by a large percentage of our males.
2. I read the later chapters of the Thirukkural (the ones they don't teach us in school) a few months ago and was surprised to find the beauty of love and sexual desire extolled in lovely words. If only we were half as broad-minded as our ancestors seem to have been!

Viewer said...

hey where the fresh glasss of orange juice

narayanan said...

jus blog-hopped here from sukanya's blog.

seriously, have no words to appreciate your honesty. well not many of us will be open enough to admit such facts (including me).

i shud agree with sukanya about her comment on chennai guys and PTC buses(atleast until 2001), oru ponnu pakkathula seat freeya irundha kooda pasanga ukkara maataanga and this is true vice versa too, fearing that stranger might make a big fuss about it. it was the other way around in cities like Pune or Mumbai (when i last visited 6-7 years back).

i too attended co-education school. but i wonder if the mentality changes even if all the girls/boys schools were made co-ed. it depends on the people who make the person be it a girl/boy.

finally, your sister is blessed to have a brother like you.

sukhanya said...

well this is my second comment on the same post. I think the blog culture is definitely helping us in having a healthy discussion about sensitive topics. It is nice to note that though we act differently, most people are atleast honest when posting their comment in blogs.. is this cos we dont have to "face" someone while stating our comments? Will this kind of topic be this actively discussed if done on a stage like "aratai arangam"... I serioulsly doubt it. am thinking of writing some post as continuation of your's...

tata
sukku

Vinesh said...

@Peelamedu_Bulls: I read that post by Praveen! :-) I guess he sums it up pretty aptly :-)

@Portia: True Portia, there are so many such songs, but the Jeans one is my favourite description though :-)

@Senthil: We guys seem to agree upon this point! :-)

@Kaushik: If only we were half as broadminded as our ancestors...haha...I liked that statement! Very true... kaamathuppal padichiya? Adhennamo school-le sollikkudukkaadha dhaan naama thaedi porom :-)

Vinesh said...

@Viewer: This batch of orange juice still seems to be fresh buddy! :-) Moreover, due to time constraints, might take a day or two for the next post! :-(

@Narayanan: Thank you so much for dropping by, and for all those nice words :-) Well, I do believe that if not for all, most of them will change if they are in co-ed schools..

@Sukku: Hey, you know that I have my real photo on this blog, and my real name! :-) I still write what I feel and get into trouble with various quarters! :-) And I am facing people because quite a few who read my blog are people I know in real life.

I wouldn't mind discussing this on an open arangam either!

Looking forward to your post on this! :-)

Neha said...

hmmm, vinesh tell u what...mos gals can very well differentiate between a "wrong" and normal look. and thats tha same with travvelling in PTC and share autoes. infact I guess there s so much I wanna say about this that I d rather put up a different post. :). but frankly speaking I appreciate ur honesty...but still a few nagging thots. :)

Arjuna_Speaks said...

For heaven's sake - even men have breasts!!! :)

There is nothing wrong in what u said - infact I wanted to put that in one of the things that attract me to a woman..but it was not in the top 7 priority for me!!

Divya said...

I guess as long as you don't have any steamy ideas working up in that grey matter of yours, then it's fine. I mean breasts are just another part of human anatomy and men have them too (just not so generous as a lady's :)It's just people are so used to associating breasts with sexual connotations all the time. I think admiring breasts is something new to me and I am not sure how I would react if a friend of mine says that to me. But, I really appreciate the genuine writing and perspective you've put across.

Divya said...

just another add on..as far as i know, my friends and i dont mind guys looking at us (maybe because we are not india, or whatever..i dont know;) but as far as looking is concerned, its okay..i mean who doesn't look if a girl is attractive right? but staring...my god..it's like you are some creature from outta space with two juicy peaches which makes them salivate...there is a fine line between admiring and fantasizing...
and to many, the line is still a blurry one

have a great day dude!

Narayanan Venkitu said...

Possible one of the most thought-provoking posts of recent times. I'll have to appreciate you for that.

God made a man and women and gave us different set of organs with a reason.

Imagine of world of women just like men...or vice-versa ( physically).

Writing about it and liking the female / male anotomy is not a crime IMHO.

But I do appreciate the feelings of your sister. You can explain this to her.

Me too said...

Let me add my bit of appreciation for your honesty.

Brought up in India, I understand your sister getting upset by this. Age and maturity will make her understand menfolk and her dear brother.

Vinesh said...

@Neha: Thanks for your comments yaar. That's a new thought - "girls can differentiate between right and wrong look" Hmm..

@Arjuna_Speaks: Even men have breasts, LOL! True, but if men face a similar problem...nenacha comedy-a irukku! ;-D

@Divya: Thanks for understanding which side of the blurry line I am standing in :-) I used the word admire because admiration comes with respect attached to it.

Vinesh said...

@Divya: "like you are some creature from outta space with two juicy peaches which makes them salivate" Hahaha! Sorry for laughing, but the way you said it was funny. One of my friends used to say "Girls are not just breasts with legs" :-)

@Narayanan Venkitu: After reading this post and the discussion we had in the comments section, I guess my sister has come to terms with the fact that I am not a "ketta payyan" :-) hehe

I can imagine a world without men, but not women, hehe :-)

@Me Too: Thanks buddy! We are all Indians. It is unfortunate that Indians, who were actually very progressive in terms of sexual thought and expression, have grown to be known as "regressive" :-(

Jagan said...

machi ...u might already know abt the rowdy gang (guess u read priya's post ) .Do loook at the my post .http://jazzunlimited.blogspot.com/2005/09/blogs.html .

cud like u to b part of the group :-)

Nutty said...

I have my own convictions to make about the statement

" Ni akka thangachi oda porakalayaa "

ennakku akkavum kidaiyathu, thangachiyum kidaiyathu. Appo naan paatha thappu illayaa. Ennakku full legal rights undaaa. Intha oru dialogue a vachukitu ethana naal thaan centi poduvaanga ellarum. Ithu ellam tamil padam pannura velai.

I remembered something from the news article that I read sometime back. 36% of american teenagers going for breast upliftment. yarume paaka koodathu naa ithu ellam ethu.

tony said...

To be 'honest' i am also a boobs man. well I love them honestly.. but i guess all the talks around boobs is because of the mystery and hush factor it generates. Its just because staring at boobs is RULED bad manner by the society and has been covered for centuries now. Why are boobs covered??, maybe to keep from bouncing or to keep clean for a child to feed. But they are covered nonetheless, arousing curiosity and creating further mystery. i don't think African tribes and even some among the Indian island tribes take pleasure ogling at the bare breasts.. Honest ME THINKS, Boobs are more interesting to those who don't get to see them Bare, read the normal desperate conservative Indians. but like I said i also love them.. i didn't say i love to ogle :-)

Divya said...

Vinesh,
It's okay..it was supposed to be funny :))...

Vinesh said...

@Jagan: I've left some comments on your post regarding this da :-)

@Nutty: haha...it is indeed one of the cliched sentences from movies that has become comedy now. I used to think the same before...as if single children have every right to ogle at girls!!!

@Tony: Good to meet another breast admirer! And I agree with you that partial exposure is more attractive than full exposure. Creation is a beatiful thing!

@Divya: Awrighty Divya! :-)

anthony said...

haha, nothing wrong in admiring good things i believe..

Katpadi Murali said...

I saw your posting and appreciate your frankness on this Subject. Forget about the serious taboo attached to it. Enjoy this comedy.

I have recently heard a a very comical story how women have got these from a friend of mine. Again, this is purely comical and no offences intended. When God created the Men and Women in the Universe, he saw they were polars apart. Men facing one side and women turning her face the other side. They were on their own and no similarities in their thinking and no desire to interact. After some time God comes and sees and worried a lot. He wanted the human race to evolve and develop further. On inspection ( by cutting open from the head to toe) he found, Ah! I forget to put Heart in them .If they had heart , things would have been different now. He puts Heart inside both men and women and says OK guys, I have plenty of other works to do, you help yourself in stitching and I am going.

Obviously, one has to stitch the other and not by themselves. First the Woman starts stitching taking the sew and thread. Always women are too good in stitching. She has taken the needle, took the correct length of thread and started stitching the men. Perfect! No Extra thread, a Perfect stitch for men from head to tow.

Then it was men’s turn. A man is never good at sewing. Always he takes either more thread than actually required or much less than what is actually required for sewing. He first takes thread and stitches for some length and found the thread too long and difficult to stitch . He makes it small by cutting extra thread and he needed some place to keep the extra thread. Then again, he starts stitching the second portion, then again extra thread , then the same procedure. Then the process repeats from Head to toe and by the time he finished the toe he had so much extra threads and he was damn tired. He found a place to keep this and the rest is history.

One should not ask How and Why of stitiching.This is purely comical and one has to enjoy the comical background of this story.

Vinesh said...

@Tony: True, buddy!

@Katpadi Murali: Hahaha...where did you pick this one from... pretty funny story :-)

Anonymous said...

unfortunately vinesh, penises are too ugly for women to appreciate

Anonymous said...

Hi, This is the first time i entered into the blog and it is quite interesting to have this kind of discussion. Well, as some one pointed that years back in chennai men was not allowed to sit next to woman in PTC but its still there. No one has the intention to see the breasts unless otherwise not dressed in a well-manner (deliberately want to expose it) they will see only the beauty and have an eye contact. If the intention of dressing wants the opposite gender to see/admire, then no one can stop them.

Azhagu athu pennukkey uriyadhu. athu avangalukku puriyanum.

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