Friday, March 26, 2010

The School tRIP

The RDX International School is the best 'terror' school in town. It boasts of producing the finest of national and international terrorists.

Just for your information, only terrorists' kids go to this school. Parents, in order to apply for their kids' admission, have to submit the application form along with a proof that they (parents) are/have been 'wanted' by the police. Moreover, a 'reward' announced by the police on any one or both parents of a kid gives them preferential treatment... of course!

The school is organizing a trip for kids, and a note about the same has been sent to parents. Here is how it reads.
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Dear You Bloody Terror Parents,

Dhishoom dhishoom dhishkiyaon dhishkiyaon!

We have detonated a school trip for your 'future bomb' kids next month. We will first go to Pakistan, spend 15 days there, and then move to the heavenly Afghanistan. The most fun part will be the quiet and peaceful border shared by the two countries.

The whole trip is sponsored by the money received from the noble acts of extortions and kidnappings. So, you don't need to make any similar efforts and collect the money. Attendance is compulsory! Note that it is a great opportunity to see our bullets turning into grenades.

Some of the key activities of the trip will be:

1. Jigsaw Game: The kids will be taken to a nuclear power plant, and each will be given parts of a nuclear missile. They will then need to assemble the parts and create proper missiles.

2. Hide n Seek: The denner, instead of saying 'I spy', will fire rubber bullets at the 'hiding' kids. Whoever is hit first is the next denner.

3. Nursery Rhymes: We have a collection of lovely nursery rhymes that we will teach the kids. For example:

Jack and Jill went up the hill to keep an eye on the border,
Then Jack came down and so did Jill, on the commander's order!

4. Chess: We will play chess with real horses, camels, elephants, kings, and queens. The only variation from the usual version will be that this will be an all-out war like Mahabharata and not about moving here and there on those stupid black and white boxes.

5. Shooting Shooting: There will be a number of open-air shooting arenas for target practice. This includes the cool game in which some kids will keep apples on their heads while others aim and shoot.

All of the above are just a small part of excitement. There will be a lot more.

Oh… forgot to add - we will also teach your kids respect for elders. The kids will stay with our learned people who are hiding and staying in camps… there is truly a lot to learn from their experiences.

Excited? It's obviously a great opportunity!

Still thinking whether to allow your kids? You must read the note below.

NOTE: Parents not wanting to send their kids will be termed 'against' the community and shot dead. And even after that, we will still be happy to send their kids over.

Your consent will be much awaited... but only till tomorrow morning.

School misManagement,
The RDX International!
Our motto – "Bhadhaaaam & aaaaaaaaah, forever"
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14 comments:

  1. RDX International - sounds like a real school! I liked the line - see our bullets turning into grenades"....reminded me of the dialogue from Agneepath (yeh chingaari kal Shola banega). Kudos - great imagination! Rust in piece :)

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  2. Brilliant! Hufffff...wat a creative mind! Attaboy!
    I also liked the line that neo liked...too funny! I also like the note for the parents at the end of the letter.
    Fantastic!

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  3. Dhisshoom Dhisshoom Dhishkiyaon Dhishkiyaon

    Nice pOst.

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  4. ROFL-ROFL-ROFL.... kya boloon? bolti bandh.. BHOT SHAANDAAR....

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  5. Jack and Jill went up the hill to keep an eye on the border,
    Then Jack came down and so did Jill, on the commander's order!

    :) :) :)

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  6. toooo good... bound to be a dusht's drishtikone

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  7. :) Good one!
    The rhyme is very good... Did not know about your latent talent for writing nursery rhymes :)

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  8. @ All - Thank you... you were real quick.
    @ Neo - Agneepath... I love that movie... don't quite recall the dialog though.
    @ J - Phir se padh ke bhi achcha laga? You are the one who edited it for me :)
    @ Pramathesh - Itne din baad aaye... par durust aaye. thank you.
    @ MM - so... u liked it... good... thank you for waiting for the next post... chaap diya maine finally... infact... there was more pressure because I committed to you.
    @ G2 - :):):), back at you.
    @ Anjali - Ahuja dost... tum kaha se aayii? Thanku thanku for bheesiting.
    @ Ini - Rhyming is easy ya... just replace the first letter with A-Z and you will get a lot of resultants... not sure why I told you the secret... coz it isn't really a secret :)

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  9. Liked it, you ask? Burst into BOISTEROUS laughter... People sitting around were almost scared.. :)

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  10. Jack and Jill thing.. hilarious..:)

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  11. Haan phir se padh kar bhi achcha laga...nai lag sakta kya? Btw...u made some changes post edit signoff also :P

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  12. @ MM - and I am happy you feel that way :)
    @ Murli - Thanks Murli, I'm glad you liked it... and am even happier you revisited.
    @ J - yeah.. I know... which you signed off on phone.

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  13. I guess the principal of this school has to be Mr. RDX himself from 'Welcome' - Mr. Feroz Khan. Having a school named after himself would his crowning achievement and giving back to the society that has given him so much :)

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  14. @ SId - Bang on. You caught the exact location where I got the name of the school from. BANG ON! I like that movie. Thanks for visiting.

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