Village, la ville…pourkoi cette attitude?
This article may bring prejudice to us, thats is u and me, the ‘villageois’!
Also, i apologize to anyone feeling bad about this article since i know, it does has an effect on ‘villageois’!
The behavior described below is not generalized but it unfortunately does exist among us, mauritians!
â€œPiti la sorti Triolet saâ€¦â€
ou meme â€œvillageois saâ€¦ pena maniereâ€¦â€
mo sire, zotte fine deja tan dimoune koz koume sa or meme, zotte meme fine deja dire something like that to someoneâ€¦perhaps without really meaning it or hurt the person in question.
Or just like now, u r telling urself :
â€non, b sorti village sa, li p koze creole lo so blog! Li pas cpv ekrire en anglais or fransais!â€
Don’t worry, be happy!
mo kozer n comprend tout except language villageous (bhojpuri) ki mo pas kone kozerâ€¦
What I don’t understand is why is it that some persons still have the perception that those living in â€œla campagneâ€ are inferior to them.
Don’t all of us have 2 eyes, 2 hands, 2 ears, 2 feet, 1 nose and 1 mouth?
Or those living in towns have something additional? Brain? Not alwaysâ€¦
What do us (or perhaps this concerns only me in mauritius), â€˜villageois’ lack?
Were all the big ppl in Mauritius born in the towns?
Does it make any difference when u have to die?
When falling in luv, do u first of all verify if the person u r falling for, lives in a village or town? Or perhaps u will first of all check if the guy/gal is someone who can be trusted, well mannered and blablabla.
I don’t deny the fact that there are still some â€˜Villageois’ that lag far behind…
Are they the one to be blamed? Perhaps yes, but not all of them, especially if they were brought up in a poor family. Not everyone can be born in the skin of a â€œblancâ€.
Everyone (at most, a majority) does his/her best to lead a peaceful and happy life.
Its sure the bhojpuri song â€œGown ke chokriâ€ is very funny but it exposes the bitter truth of the fact that someone from the town marries someone from a village ( or vice-versa!)
â€L’habit ne fait pas le moineâ€â€¦ remember this.
Ya, am a villageoisâ€¦
Does it make any difference to you?
To You, who have been to this blog, may be several times, since perhaps you like me as am i, the way i behave, i post what i think or what i do…
Do you think that living in a village makes me different for others?
Do you think that if i lived in a town, my blog would be better or perhaps i may be a bit more ‘well mannered, social’ ?
Do u think yourself concerned by this subject?
Don’t hesitate, u r not the only one!
Because in the (apprx) 1.4 million of mauritians, not all of them were lucky(?) to be born in a town!