Okay, just because 2 Malaysian Indian schoolkids embraced and kissed, whole Malaysia, particularly the Malaysian Indian community is upset. The amount of vitriol dedicated to these 2 kids, especially to the girl, makes me wonder whether we are in Afghanistan or Malaysia. Refer to the pic below on what Taliban did to Afghanistan and know that what you’re doing ain’t much different:
I watched Saatai yesterday and damn, what a good movie it is. A teacher understanding his teen students’ raging hormones and him going the kids way to make them excel. The kids responded so well to the teacher. Kids respond better to understanding and friendliness, not complete authority and belt adi as well as scathing phrases like, “Nee urupada maate”, “Erume, naiyi, panni.” Gone are the days where you can whack your teen kid to discipline him or her. Kids today are much smarter than our generation thanks to the Internet and we, as their elders need to navigate them in their way, smoothly.
Schoolkids expressing love is normal
The movie Boys shows the reality of kids today. Every kid needs a parent like Vivek and a teacher like Mr Dayalan (Saatai). School time is when love blossoms. I am sure each and every one of you had a fatal crush/coupled up/made out with someone when you were a schoolkid. You were only lucky that privacy eroding tech like smartphones and Facebook weren’t around when you were a schoolkid. Now, every grown up Tom, Dick and Harry are talking as if they’ve never loved as schoolkids. It’s either that or they’re jealous they did not have such a chance due to a strict upbringing. Whatever it is, schoolkids expressing love is Normal, not an abomination for you to do so much of microscopic scrutiny. And then there are kelette mandeis who harp on how schoolkids expressing love openly is against Indian culture and are now shaming the girl by circulating her pics on Instagram. Yean da, punnaku thinggere pannadaighela, since when cyberbullying has become a part of Indian culture? She’s a minor you know. If her parents decide to lodge a police report against you people, kambi ennavendi than so pothikuttu ungge velai ennavo, athe mattum paarungge.
Yean? In schools, aren’t there couples who always hang out together, holding hands? During recess or class intervals, don’t schoolkids go to the class of their boy/girl to hang out together? Don’t they exchange Valentine’s Day, Deepavali cards and birthday cards? Aren’t these schoolkids expressing love openly? One more thing, this schoolkids expressing love openly happens in all races. I am not saying that this is right. I am saying that this is natural and there are better way to handle this rather than getting all worked up maligning the kids and their parents. I admit that if I did the same, my mother would have skinned me alive but I went to an all girls secondary school. I was a prefect as well with a tough exterior. I’ve seen schoolkids behave like dogs in heat publicly and I didn’t bother coz it’s none of my business.
Schoolkids expressing love openly demonstrates moral decay
Moral decay nu soldre moonjinggele paaru:
So, you use profane language to condemn these schoolkids expressing love openly is moral building? Ungge kurai kannuku terile aana munthri kotte maari aduthavan kuraiya sutti kaate mattum vanthurivingge. While what the schoolkids did isn’t right and neither reflects morality or the lack of it but is your expletives laden policing periya punniyam and noble? Un vaaye Koovam aatam naaruthu nee mathevengge ode action naaruthu nu soldriya? Make sure you are perfect before policing others. Aaama, neengelam Sunny Leone porn eh paathathu ille. Ithu public sex nu sollikittu thiringge.
Tamil movie influence – currently Rajinimania
And, when we have Tamil movies, (where love is an integral ingredient) crazy grown ups who are teachers and parents, how do you expect your kids not to follow the same trend?
These hormonal schoolkids will think of themselves as Moonu Dhanush and Sruthi Hassan when you watch together with them without having ‘the talk’ with them.
The talk means telling your teen kids that whatever they see in movies are acted out. Then tell them that they will feel attraction to the opposite sex in this age and it’s not wrong. After that, it’s up to you whether to allow your kids to couple up, provided that they inform you and introduce the girl/boy to you or tell them that studies come first and the only purpose in life now is to study. But it’s important to have ‘the talk’ with your kids starting from the age of 11 up to when they hit 20. The talk should be constant and updated. Very, very few Indian parents do ‘the talk’ with their kids, beating head and stomach and oppari vekkeran when their teen daughter comes home shagged = pregnant or elopes with some loafer.
The only slack is the venue – school. Schools have rules and this type of action shouldn’t be allowed in school. The school disciplinary board would have taken the necessary actions so we don’t need to get all agitated.
What these schoolkids did is better IMO than those schoolkids who are doing this discreetly maybe even having sex. And judging by their prom costume picture, their parents know of their relationship and they don’t have a problem with it. The kids also look high class. They might not make their own money yet but if their parents are ready to spend for their love, who are we to say anything against it? Above all the mother of one of these kids have publicly supported the kids’ love so who are we to say anything else?? Mooditu ellarum ungge veleye paarungga yah!!
Rather than going all berserk over two schoolkids expressing love openly, we should go up in arms against gangsterism, stateless Indians, no equal playing field in IPTA selection, social problems like dropping out of school, illiteracy, poverty, single mothers and Tamil schools’ dereliction. Athe vittu puttu enemo anthe pulingge periye kole kuttham panna maari ille reaction kudukeringge!