Thursday, November 01, 2007

Protests outside local court

A group of people staged a protest outside a local court in Delhi after the court passed judgement in a divorce case. In its judgement, the judge observed that "marriage was anathema without sex" and ruled that a person can seek divorce is the spouse is infected with HIV.

"This judgement is a disgrace and claiming that sex is part of marriage is totally against our culture," claimed a representative for the protest group. "We are a group of people who have no regular jobs and so we have decided to devote our lives to cleaning up the filth in our society. We will continue to oppose everything that is alien to our culture." Questions about what our culture is went unanswered.

Of course, our moral protectors are always correct. So there you have it, we do not have sex after marriage. All sex is before marriage. None after. Which, come to think of it, is probably true anyway.

8 comments:

RR said...

"This judgement is a disgrace and claiming that sex is part of marriage is totally against our culture".

Rotflmao.

PS said...

We are a group of people who have no regular jobs and so we have decided to devote our lives to cleaning up the filth in our society.
ahh unemployed.. now that explains everything else!

PS said...

"marriage was anathema without sex"
just wondering, where does the comma come in this phrase :D

PS said...

Five months after their marriage, the wife was found to be HIV positive in a medical test conducted during her pregnancy. Tests showed the husband hadn't contracted the dreaded virus.
*confused*

SEV said...

Just to continue the pasting of parts of the post:
"We will continue to oppose everything that is alien to our culture."
Sex is so, so alien to Indian culture. A billion people did land in the country from Mars, right ?

Sailesh Ganesh said...

@PS: Yes I was a bit confused too. Looks like there is a ligitimate reason for divorce here :D

@SEV: That would make us (and the protesters) alien!! Imagine the identity crisis then!

Morpheus said...

Ha ha ha...just read this one. No sex after marriage..:) ha ha ha..in India no sex before marriage..and then we have immaculate conceptions I suppose to keep the population statistics going?

Sailesh Ganesh said...

@Morpheus: We have a well established technique to keep us going. We take a lump of flesh, divide it into however many parts we want to (preferably, 101 parts), incubate each part in a jar of clarified butter, and we get our children two years down the line. Pretty impressive, eh?