Surely,I don't suffer from hydrophobia..But the adage "boys in IIT's avoids taking bath" really inspired me as a driving factor to give JEE.
As much as I can remember..I avoided taking bath even when my mother used to scare me for taking bath.Soap solution in eye was my all time favourite excuse and I used to boast upon my smartness as a kid..I was quite emotional when I left home..but got more emotional to see my regular bathroom visitor batch mates (may be for different reasons)..
Golden days were soon over.Boys in so called "metallurgy mecca" have to be disciplines, neat, clean bla..bla..bla..I always waited for the winters to see at least few boys who still believed in philanthropy and saving water.luckily few of the seniors (akshay specially) still existed as the role models of "anti bath committee " team. Obviously like harry potter,I wont take the name of south indian voldemorts who excelled in not taking bath,but surely they gave me relief ...cultures do exist.
Fourth year arrived so soon..I couldn't have ever thought.But to my utter surprise the murmurs of not taking bath..keeping dirty rooms are really on peak.The oil combed sidha sadha bacchas are taking pride in calling them bad boys...I wont credit shahrukh and chak de (where showers of bad girls dialouge were there)..In the corridor of meta boys could be seen enjoying drizzles with chai and pakodas in their hand and happy to escape bathroom for one more day.
Probably boys have understood the mantra of life.."jab hum mitti ke hi bane hain toh nahane se bachna chahiye...warna ghul jayenge"
ashim dutta..tum log waise kitne din me nahate ho avg??
ashim dutta: bas??
thats a shame
yahaan to atleast 5 ka avg hoga