Thursday, March 10, 2011

Change Please !


 
This happens time and again with me in my life, It’s almost like Murphy's Law. Whenever I am not carrying change and travelling by either Bus, Taxi or Auto or for that matter where ever I go the other person will stare at me like I would have given him a Rs.1000 note for a transaction of Rs.10 and with a disgusted look on his face will ask me "Chutta nahi hai kya ?" and I feel like saying “MC Chutta hota to deta nahi kya ?”. The sequence usually follows with an ugly argument leaving me with bad taste (followed by a gyaan session on “how to behave with others” by my wife) and my feelings are very well narrated in the modified version of famous “Sutta Song” edited to “Chutta Na Mila” :
Doston mein Bus baitha main Chutta gin raha
Conductor ne mujhe Chutta ginte dekh liya
Office ke Stop pe pahuncha to panga ho gaya
BC Chutta, Chutta na mila.
BC Chutta, mujhe Chutta na mila.
BC Chutta, Chutta na mila.
BC Chutta, mujhe Chutta na mila.
BC Chutta, Chutta na mila.

Moive dekhne Auto mein gaya Auto driver mujhpe savaar ho gaya,
Usne bhi mujhse mera Chutta cheen liya
Sadkon pe ghooma main tanha reh gaya
BC Chutta, Chutta na mila.
BC Chutta, mujhe Chutta na mila.
BC Chutta, Chutta na mila.
BC Chutta, mujhe Chutta na mila.
BC Chutta, Chutta na mila.

Taxi book ki main aur usme ghoom raha
Shaam bhar traffic mein ghoomaya mein thak ke gir gaya
Traffice mein fasne ke kaaran mera Chutta chin gaya, BC Chutta.

BC Chutta, mujhe Chutta na mila.
BC Chutta, Chutta na mila.
BC Chutta, mujhe Chutta na mila.
BC Chutta, Chutta na mila.

BC MC, BC MC BC MC.
BC MC, BC MC BC MC.
BC MC, BC MC BC MC.
BC MC, BC MC BC MC.

To avoid similar instances in future nowadays I carry change with me and If I don't have change, I do ensure that I check with the Cabbie, Autowala or Bus Conductor "Chutta hai na ?".

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