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and my parents call ME irresponsible and careless !!!

February 18, 2009
He is 13, she is 15; and they are blessed with a baby girl !!!

When I received this forward, the first thing that actually came to my mind was ” Holy Cow! How did he ever manage to………?”

They (as in, I actually don’t know) say females attain emotional maturity much before than males; ie. soon after they reach puberty. So did the girl really know what she was doing? Was she really ready to go through all that? and what on earth was the boy thinking ?? Isn’t he supposed to be playing like kids of his own age? Did he even know what he was getting into? I mean, look into his eyes, he looks so confused, scared and lost. He doesn’t even have a clue whats happening !!! The girl looks happy and content though ! LOL.

This, according to me, is nothing but irresponsible upbringing. Though the kids have taken up the responsibility, I feel its their parents who have to be blamed for. What moral values have these parents instilled in their children? Are they just nurturing their children physically and neglecting them emotionally? and what do you think; does sex education at school increases awareness or curiosity?

PS 1 : The Stars Scream Awards will take place as per the original schedule. The Oscar committee failed miserably in convincing its makers. The award declaration will happen on 21st night and will be announced here on the 23rd. Stay tuned..errr..browsed !

PS 2: The player in the below post (and in all the posts that has my song uploaded) isn’t turning up for a couple of you and thats because your machine has an older version of Adobe flash player / Shockwave player. Try installing the latest versions; it wouldn’t take too much of your time. Thanks Rakesh for pointing this out.

Pic courtesy : INKCINCT, ritemail.blogspot.com, and the forward I received !
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65 Comments leave one →
  1. rads permalink
    February 19, 2009 3:19 am

    lol, yea, it’s actually a bit sad and unbelievable. πŸ™‚

    My 12 year old still whines on waking up to go to school and would at a moment’s notice shoot hoops or play with wii.

    Oh well, maybe they’d be buddies too πŸ™‚

  2. sonee permalink
    February 19, 2009 5:08 am

    ya…i also gt d mail n even the first thing wht went thr my mind ws ..hw did he manage to…kids have started getting kids these days .these two must be inspired from JUNO.
    YA…n itz there parents who shld be blamed.

  3. vishesh permalink
    February 19, 2009 5:43 am

    OMG!

  4. Bedazzled permalink
    February 19, 2009 5:57 am

    GOSH!!! … the world is going to the dogs .. the kid looks so small and innocent …how did he get his act together .. i mean …Hullo !!!…sex education in school will definately help.. kids that age start getting a lil curious and definately need people talking to them about the whole thing without any taboos attached to it..a lot of lil kids do it as an act of rebellion..while their parents r busy minting more money , the kids sadly become affected.. banes of Ka ching!!

  5. Reets permalink
    February 19, 2009 6:05 am

    Really cannot believe this..Seems so unbelievable….Shocking rather… Guess parents must be also given training as to how to instill morals and values in their kids… Hoping that a situation does not come up in India, By the way in which country has this taken place?

  6. Nautankey permalink
    February 19, 2009 6:10 am

    So wats the deal..didnt our forefathers who had so much of moral values get their kids amrried at 10,15 years of age.My grandma was married off @14,luckily grandpa was not that bad,she had kid only @18,but not all r so good. Morals have nothing to do with this..there r so many other reasons why they should not have done this.And parents nowadays hmph..less said the better.

  7. Sakhi permalink
    February 19, 2009 6:35 am

    Is this because of lack of sex education or is it because of a lot of exposure to sexual material??

    God knows!!

    But not a done thing, thats for sure. And don’t think even the girl of 15 is emotionally capable of upbringing a child. She is still a child herself !

  8. oorjas permalink
    February 19, 2009 7:30 am

    they are kids themselves.. when i saw it on tv i was like.. what..? where is this world going to..

    Parents should be more careful but can’t be totally blamed.. kids are curious and they would do anything even/especially if they had been forbidden from doing something.

    @Nautankey- my grandmom was married when she was 9 to a 21year old (my grandpa) had her 1st baby at 16.

  9. Anonymous permalink
    February 19, 2009 7:39 am

    To me there are 3 types of people who criticize this 'kidding' acts

    > Ones who couldn't do it
    > Ones who couldn't do it Enough
    > Ones who can Never do it Enough

    This is an era where men give birth to kids… So this surprise is a little less…

    So the core issue here is…. Guess what??? Jealousy!! :O

  10. Anonymous permalink
    February 19, 2009 7:41 am

    To add on, if parents were to be blamed for it… well.. gals / boys in India itself wouldnt have moved to a different state for studies or work or whatever… Some of you here would agree – at least the experienced ones – wont u? πŸ˜‰

  11. Aaarti permalink
    February 19, 2009 8:45 am

    :)Reminded me of JUNO… well, i guess times are changing and we are getting back to how it was earlier…

    My grandparents got married wen granpa was 20 and gramma was 15!! :)and i know of some who were married when they were just 10!!

  12. verbivorehere permalink
    February 19, 2009 8:51 am

    I still cant believe the boy is 13..he just looks like a 7 yr old to me!!! i mean a lot of other confusions as to the knowledge rather than ignorance comes up..but i better be mum!

  13. Rakesh Vanamali permalink
    February 19, 2009 9:42 am

    Yeah! I read about this a few days ago! Sad indeed!

    But on a different note, why did you title this and my parents call ME irresponsible and careless?

    What did you do? πŸ˜‰

  14. Veena Chech permalink
    February 19, 2009 11:26 am

    Yeah truly sad..since it happened here in UK..this boy was seen on all channels.As you said he was not aware of what was going on. It seemed to me as if he was holding a doll, he didn’t know what changing nappy meant!!..but of course he would have known what he was doing(wink:)) when he did it!!

    Parents are to blame..Ok happened, now find a solution for it..from what I have known the girls parents did come to know about this within three months of pregnancy..but they decided to go ahead with it!!What do u say for that?? Were they not bothered about their daughter?? Daughters health, her future, kids future??

    Is having kids just a joke for some people, recently there was another news about a lady having octuplets ..she already having 7 kids..that was just because she wanted to have that many kids!! Do they every think about the kids future?? Hmm..such things does irritate me..Sometimes I feel that these sex education in school is kind of misguidance to kids..I feel they get more tempted to get into these activities..I do agree u should teach them about all these things well in advance..but not only at school..It should be taught at home as well. Parents play a BIG role in upbringing of kids. Right knowledge at the right time by the right people makes a lot of difference.If the kid goes wrong..its nones fault..just the PARENTS, even if they don’t play any role in it πŸ™‚

    Another thing..its just not happening outside India,there are incidents happening in India( may be not as young as these kids) ..but coz parents are not ready to face the consequences they find a suitable solution for it!!There might be people who say parents(esp. Asians) are coward or whatever..but I don’t think our society will ever accept anything like this wholeheartedly (the kids lives would be a living hell!!)..and neither should they, I say..

  15. Ashwathy permalink
    February 19, 2009 1:55 pm

    i burst out laughing reading the title u gave the blog entry! nice one πŸ˜€

    but jokes apart, yes i came across this earlier in websites. it hogged the UK media headlines all of last week. i concur with all the thoughts u’ve had when u came across this piece of news… how did he… what was SHE thinking… and all that. the boy looks far younger than 13.. he’d easily pass for a 7-8 year old!

    when i came to the end of the news piece, there was astatement that came from the 13 yr old boy’s father – something along the lines of “he’s being very mature about it. i mean he could have just shut himself in his room, pretended he didnt care or immerse himself in his books or whatever. but no, he’s been to the hospital everyday; he cares about the baby etc.”

    uh… EXCUSE ME??? who r u to comment on responsibility when this is what happened to the boy u raised? and now u’re defending his actions?? no wonder the guy looks all confused and scared… and yet wants to be good about it… which is no credit to the parents of course. equally bad are the girl’s parents… when they found out she is pregnant, they decided to let her keep the baby … at what cost???

    to quote a very granny saying: “what has the world come to?” was the first thot that came into my mind after coming to know this..

  16. Reema permalink
    February 19, 2009 2:56 pm

    Ok first of all neither the boy looks 13 yrs old nor the gal looks just 15 yrs old. She looks older.

    As for awards..i didnt get “The award declaration will happen on 21st night and will be announced here on the 23rd.”

    So much time diff?? Oscar awards will be happening on 22nd evening there and 23rd morn here.

  17. Indian Home Maker permalink
    February 19, 2009 3:00 pm

    It hasn’t got anything to do with sex education Vimmuuu,sex education means teaching children to be careful of child abusers and paedophiles, also about Aids, and teenage pregnancy, if at all this is just one odd case …

    Also I read the boy will requied a Paternity test, the whole thing is just too unbelievable … but then think of it without our Moral and social stigma, and you will se at least they are two consenting non-adults, and also read this to see when I think it is actually
    THIS IS SIN.
    because here there is no scope for consent.

  18. Praveen permalink
    February 19, 2009 3:20 pm

    when i saw this, the first thought that came to my mind is…
    “23 vayassayi enikku…ithum kandittu njan ini enthinu jeevikkunnu”..hehe:P
    on a serious note…”ivarude achanum ammakkum aanu adi kodukkendthu”

  19. Indyeah permalink
    February 19, 2009 3:27 pm

    Like IHM said and has provided you the link to the post also…we just discussed this in a comment on my post…a commentor left a comment on how this would be seen in so many ways in India…..

    .and while I agree that this is way too irresponsible and careless on the part of those involved…but yes like IHM says it was done of free will…whereas put two kids of the same age In India and see what happens in the villages in the name of tradition….in India they do not have a choice….

  20. Mahesh Sindbandge permalink
    February 19, 2009 5:02 pm

    Well it must be made it as an ad for awareness in INDIA.
    people would know abt it bettr..

  21. Smita permalink
    February 19, 2009 5:09 pm

    The news indeed is shocking!!! When I had read it i was like WTH…

    Seriously what times have come…here we have so many fanatics going beserk over small things…and wahan everything is raam bharose..

  22. Oxy permalink
    February 19, 2009 5:21 pm

    Hehe… Btw, in older days, girls were married by 15, Guys usually were older than that. But, here it’s otherwise. That boy is something. “Holy Cow! How did he ever manage to………?”

  23. Veena Chech permalink
    February 19, 2009 6:09 pm

    Just a note on few comments here..they have pointed out child marriage, but there is a difference with respect to this article – firstly, in the child marriage its the parents who take the decision (for whatever reasons), the kids have no idea, they are innocent as ever..parents say u marry and they marry..
    In this case..parents come later..the girl and boy had already done what they wanted to do!! Secondly, as far as I know kids(should say 9-10yrs +) in UK know hell lot much more than what I knew when 18?? I doubt if I knew anything then LOL..So they were aware of what they were getting into..and sex education over here doesn’t stop with child abuse, teenage pregnancy, they are taught everything..infact they are even given stuff for contraception from what I have known..and this not just one odd case. Another friend of mine who is school teacher is teaching a 15 yr old who is pregnant!!

  24. Rakesh permalink
    February 19, 2009 8:00 pm

    Way to go kid!! u r the man! hehe

    now this is the reason y children shouldnt watch discovery channel!!

  25. vimmuuu permalink
    February 19, 2009 8:54 pm

    @ Rads :

    I know, most of us wouldve done the same at that age !

    They may be buddies?? LOL !!

    @ Sonee :

    I havnt watched JUNO, which I think I should now. LOL.

    @ Vishesh :

    …and you just finished school, rt? πŸ˜€

    @ Bhargavi :

    We all have surpassed this age. were we as curious as this ? LOL.

  26. vimmuuu permalink
    February 19, 2009 9:05 pm

    @ Reets :

    I know. I couldnt believe my eyes too. It happened in UK.Didnt you read the whole story, theres a link !

    @ Nautankey :

    I beg to differ. Our forefathers got married because they had no choice. Well, they had a choice here..NOT TO SLEEP ! πŸ˜€

    @ Sakhi :

    Yeah, a girl of 15 isnt emotionally capable. But what made her get into all this. Its not that she is innocent ! Moreover, she hid it from her parents for three months!

    @ Oorjas :

    We have all been curious, we have also been forbidden from so many things. Kids are given liberty, parents should know where to draw the line.

  27. vimmuuu permalink
    February 19, 2009 9:16 pm

    @ Both the Anonymous comments :

    How is it ever related to Jealousy?? Would you still react the same way and relate it to jealousy if your 12 year old sibling or even your child of the same age do such a horrendous thing?

    “gals / boys in India itself wouldnt have moved to a different state for studies or work or whatever…” Either Iam ignorant with the English language or you have gone totally berserk. You mean to say gals and boys move to different states just for lust !!! Buddy, the recession has affected your brains!

    @ Aaarti :

    I repeat my reply for Nautankeys comment.

    @ Verbivorehere :

    LOL, we better remain mum !

    @ Rakesh 2 :

    LOL. My parents come up with something or the other and claim im irresponsible, careless, and what not! You shouldnt be born the youngest, you see !!

  28. vimmuuu permalink
    February 19, 2009 10:46 pm

    @ Both the comments of Veenachechi :

    “parents did come to know about this within three months of pregnancy…What do u say for that?? Were they not bothered about their daughter??” – Isnt there laws for abortion in UK ? Would doctors let it happen that easily?

    Oh, yeah, I wanted to write a post on that octuplets! I dont know where those people have their brains! Having birth just because they want to have kids?

    Our society would never accept such instances. I have heard of cases where the girl and boy are burnt alive just because they love each other!

    Thanks for providing that information on sex eduction. and I second your thought on the comparison of this topic with child marriage.

    @ Ashwathy :

    LOL. His father had nine other kids and her father had five ! Guess, this tendency is in the genes!

    Again, the girls parents came to know about it only after 3 months (according to the article). I dont think they could abort the kid that easily, especially in a place like UK.

    @ Reema :

    Atlast, someone asked about the awards. (Clearing my throat), the award ceremony happens on 21st night. 22nd, being a sunday, V-lokam doesnt function. So 23rd is the next day! Getting a bit too much, na? I know!

    @ IHM :

    I am not arriving at a conclusion that sex education is responsible for their act. but then, what is the purpose of sex education then? They should also be educating on the pros and cons of having sex at an early age, right?

    I did go through the article. I wouldnt compare this to child marriage. The former happened because of the kids ignorance or stupidity while the latter happens because the children are just being victims of illiteracy/ poverty or sometimes superstition.

  29. vimmuuu permalink
    February 19, 2009 11:08 pm

    @ Praveen:

    23 vayassu.huh ! ivide ororotharukku 28 vayassaayi. ennittaaa!!!! achan ammamaare adikkalla vendadu, thalli kollanam !!

    @ Indyeah:

    Welcome to V-lokam and thanks for dropping your comment.

    I totally agree. what happens in our country in the name of tradition is simply atrocious. The girl agrees to bear a child, or rather forced to bear a child since she is a ‘wife’. She doesnt have a choice. I have heard of instances in our country where girls/ boys get married to donkeys because of superstition. Why isnt there a law in our country for all these? If this is something that everyone is aware of, why isnt any social reformer acting on this issue.
    Here, like you pointed, the situation is different. They were on their will. and the parents arent that bothered too.

    @ Mahesh :

    We take only the worst from the west and I am sure in a couple of years, there would be a similar news from India too.

    @ Smita :

    I know !! I just hope such practices wouldnt be followed in India. Or else, I would have to migrate with my kids out of space to bring them up.

    @ Oxy :

    Seriously, how did he manage to…I still keep thinking. He looks way tooo small for anything !

    @ Rakesh :

    Now you know why you werent allowed to watch discovery, right?

  30. remabh permalink
    February 20, 2009 1:36 am

    I got this as fwd… its actually sad…

  31. myheadtrip permalink
    February 20, 2009 2:36 am

    OMG!! Is this really true? I need to go and check the authenticity of this!! This is heights really!
    As Bhar said, parents must stop not just to smell the roses but also be aware of what their kids are up to. The rat race can wait. Who in their right minds would let a 13-15 year old pair to be parents in this day & age?! Why did the parents not accept to abort? Too many questions!!!

  32. Ashwathy permalink
    February 20, 2009 4:37 am

    @Vimmuuu
    His father had nine other kids and her father had five???!!
    To quote an old joke:
    “ivante achanum ammakum enthayirunnu pani?”
    “vere onnum illa.. ithu tanne aayirunnu pani!” πŸ˜› sheesh!!

  33. Anonymous permalink
    February 20, 2009 4:45 am

    All I meant to say is that people who DO it can’t criticize others doing it! Everything else you have ‘figured out’ from what I said is totally out of your imagination – doesn’t have any resemblence to what I have EVER felt or said πŸ˜›

  34. Solilo permalink
    February 20, 2009 4:57 am

    I read this news couple of days back. I am still in shock seeing that little boy’s face.

    How on Earth does a 13 year old have the mind to decide on going with the pregnancy and abortion?

    Too much freedom is ruining this country. I know many people who hates the liberal thinking wide spreading in education and among people.

  35. wtml permalink
    February 20, 2009 6:11 am

    This happens all the time in the most powerful & rich country in the world…!!! They just seem to be getting younger by the day..

    & let me tell you – the day is not far when this will be in India – I know of some teenage women who came to me for counseling after they got pregnant, and its not going to be simple in India.. Lets' just leave it at that!

    & It is not about Responsibility.. It is about Education & Awareness..

  36. wtml permalink
    February 20, 2009 6:14 am

    Just to emphasize:

    It is Education Vims.. There is a lot in Education about behaviors in adolescent (both physically & biologically) that we are just not aware about.. because our society won't talk about it openly..!!!

  37. wtml permalink
    February 20, 2009 6:19 am

    I read a few comments here & want to reply to them too..

    It has nothing to do with morals.. and please note: when our grandparents got married, they lived separately initially.. and progeny was only after the girl matured..

    P.S – I know even modern day couples who had their first child @ 19 & 22 respectively – which is young in 'this age'..

  38. vimmuuu permalink
    February 20, 2009 7:29 am

    @ Remya :

    Hmmm…sad and depressing !

    @ Apar :

    Its true, read the whole article that I have linked to the post and you will know. The article says that the girl hid it from her parents till they observed a belly. I dont think the laws there would allow anyone to abort after 3 months.

    @ Ashwathy :

    LOL. just imagine, those kids (the 13 yr old kid and his kid!) are going to grow up like brothers. Achanum ammayum ee praayathil inganeyaanengil, magante gadhi endaaavum??? Would this 13 yr old father be in a position to advise his son later on?? nalla rasamundaavum avarude jeevidam !!!!

    @ Anonymous :

    “All I meant to say is that people who DO it can’t criticize others doing it” – I couldnt figure this out from you earlier comments. Your comment emphasised on jealousy, and you have clearly mentioned about people who CANT do it in those comments. You are contradicting yourself now, buddy! and please throw some light on this MCP type comment too “To add on, if parents were to be blamed for it… well.. gals / boys in India itself wouldnt have moved to a different state for studies or work or whatever… “ just to know if you have actually meant something else. πŸ˜€

  39. vimmuuu permalink
    February 20, 2009 7:46 am

    @ Solilo :

    Exactly, too much freedom and liberty! Thats what I meant by irresponsible upbringing ! and according to that article, I dont think the respective parents were running behind money. They just didnt care about their kids !

    @ Aparna :

    It happened in the UK, not in the US. and yeah, we Indians have the habit of following only the worst from the west, and I guess we are reaching there pretty soon.

    Why do you think our society isnt ready to discuss this yet? We have counselling programs, the parents in the urban areas are much more liberal, we have sex education in school, then where lies the problem?

  40. Ashwathy permalink
    February 20, 2009 10:11 am

    @Vimmuuu
    πŸ˜€ jeez, that’s going to be one hell of a psychotic family alright. btw thats not makante gadhi, its makalude gathi… they have a daughter right? i think we can wait for another 12 odd years and see where it heads. best bet is the dad can say – this is the mistake that happened to us but we decided to be responsible about it later on, but u (the daughter) can choose to learn from the mistake n avoid it … prevention is better than cure anyway! but that’s their headache.

    i was just reading the comment above mine that u typed to Aparna.. ur answer lies half in the question. when u say the society isnt ready to discuss it yet as a whole, there it is… individual counselling sessions here and there, SOME parents being liberal and sex ed in schools is only the beginning. i feel we need to be less of a hypocritical society to take this head on…
    i mean c’mon, we pretend to turn our heads away when we hear the word ‘sex’… and THIS is the land where kamasutra originated.. and we have the second largest population in the world, for pete’s sake! i rest my case.. πŸ˜€

  41. Veena Chech permalink
    February 20, 2009 10:34 am

    Abortion is legal in the UK up to the 24th week of pregnancy. And obviously, the parents had a choice here..they came to know about it when she was 18 weeks into it (again from what I have known)but they decided to go ahead..

  42. sonee permalink
    February 20, 2009 11:03 am

    this post of urs hs gt 44 comments so far.the second highest.1st being”when u r nt single”wth 50.
    ….this is wht happens when u love someone,bt sometimes it happens whn u r juz giving it a try..hehehe

  43. Anonymous permalink
    February 20, 2009 12:41 pm

    You need to learn the art of ‘connecting’ sentences and un-learn the art of ‘reading between lines’ baby! And like how pharmacists study docs handwriting, u may probably wanna read more poetries to understand what I mean πŸ˜‰

  44. Vee permalink
    February 20, 2009 10:47 pm

    @Anonymous,

    No personal offense to you but all that I can make out of your comments and replies is that you are deeply frustrated yourself which you are not ready to accept and in the process of that you are making someone take a place for that. Got offended? Well, that was the intention. U believed my first line….hahaha

    Btw, People who do not have balls of any kinds (applicable to both male/female) hide behind the anonymity before hitting the target. You might quote Shakespeare-‘What’s in a name’-crap OR might put a false name for the heck of it. But, did you even think once that if you are being so preachy in your comments then you should have some guts to be yourself.

  45. Praddy permalink
    February 21, 2009 4:16 am

    oho..some strong comments here πŸ˜›

  46. Vinz aka Vinu permalink
    February 21, 2009 8:00 am

    Non-sense…!!

    Nothing more to say..!!

    πŸ™‚

  47. Ams permalink
    February 21, 2009 10:15 am

    Real crap….But why are u bothered yar???It’ll take aeons for teens of India to reach this stage and with a parent like u, that’s going to be really really really hard to achieve, LOL!!! Jokes apart, this is a horrendous matter to happen in a respectable society but I am not shocked to see it…

  48. Chiranjib Mazumdar permalink
    February 21, 2009 12:32 pm

    Well… the kids have a long way to go though…

  49. Ramya permalink
    February 21, 2009 1:03 pm

    @Anonymous
    Probably you should learn the art of “shutting up” or un-learn the art of “making a complete fool of yourself”…
    And all this nonsensical comments are attributed to reading poetry.Really?How profound!
    Why dont you do us all a favour and never come back!!!U wont be missed,I Promise!!!

  50. Anonymous permalink
    February 21, 2009 1:28 pm

    Mr.Vee, Alocohol is injurious to health, at least avoid it when u are reading and commenting on some forum like this. And I have a different equation with the writer here – guess you should just stay off from our discussions and debates…. In short – well, you are given the provision to mind ur own Fu*king business!

  51. Anonymous permalink
    February 21, 2009 1:29 pm

    @ Ramya – Did I ask or tell you something? No is what I believe it is. By the way, we know each other – so let’s not get into a heated debate πŸ™‚

  52. amreekandesi permalink
    February 21, 2009 1:56 pm

    This is shocking. What were they thinking? What were their parents thinking!?

    Maybe this is the price for too much independence. When children are incapable of taking sensible decisions maybe someone more worldly should step in, before these two spend the rest of their lives regretting their decision.

    First time here. Look forward to reading more of your posts!

  53. vimmuuu permalink
    February 21, 2009 3:46 pm

    @ Ashwathy :

    ohh..magalinte kaaryam njaan angu marannu !

    Bang on! We live in a hypocrite society and we either turn our heads or frown as soon as the word sex is mentioned! Totally with you !

    @ Veenachechi :

    Ohhh, then its parents to be blamed for. One of my friend had a point, she said in UK if they have a kid, there are given financial security! how true is that?

    @ Sonee :

    It crossed an all time high !! LOL. but im not quite enjoying the comments here!

    @ Vee :

    Thanks buddy ! I still dont understand why people comment as anonymous! As if we are going to hunt them down for their illogical comments and harass them physically !

  54. vimmuuu permalink
    February 21, 2009 4:02 pm

    @ Vinu :

    Welcome back buddy. What took you so long??

    Heights of nonsese rather !!!

    @ Ams :

    This is your first comment here, though we have been knowing each other for so loong. So Welcome to V-Lokam. I am glad you finally did. Hope to see more of your comments.

    You are not shocked???You want to get shocked even more???? This was like heights for me !

    @ Chiranjib :

    They already went a long way !!!!

    @ Ramya :

    First things first, why didnt you comment for the issue? You found something more crazy happening in the comments section, na? LOL.

    and seriously, I never could relate those comments to any sort of prose or poetry! The only thing I could decipher from those nonsensical comments were the frustration of a dememted mind !

    @ Amreekandesi :

    Welcome to V-Lokam and thanks for dropping in your comment.

    Theres no one worldly in their family to save them, did you check out the parents reaction in the article ? They are even shocking !

  55. vimmuuu permalink
    February 21, 2009 4:48 pm

    @ Anonymous :

    Well, I had a doubt if it would be you. I even pinged you to understand if it was you, but since I didnt get a reply, I thought it was just my imagination. Now your reply to Ramyas comment confirmed your identity.

    You had replied to Vees comment asking him not to have alcohol while comenting in such a forum. Do you have any idea the kind of comments you have been dropping here? Every blogger appreciates a healthy comment and would only condemn such kinds.

    First of all, there is nothing wrong in revealing your identity. Trust me, it doesnt make a difference at all. So from now on, if you wish to comment, I would appreciate if its with your original name.

    Sure, we share a different equation, but that doesnt mean the fellow bloggers are abused here whenever you or your actions are criticized. I apologize if you were provoked, but thats not the kind of reaction I would expect from anyone who claims to share an equation with me. I value each relationship, be it online and offline. You have also threatened Ramya asking her not to reply to any of your comments. Buddy, its not reading between any of your lines, it was crystal clear. and it would be great if you could avoid such gimmicks that provocates me even more.

    and finally, please, this is not a forum for you to play around with your comments.

    I am not revealing your identity right now. and thats only because of the equation that you mentioned. Please do not provocate me.

  56. Veena Chech permalink
    February 21, 2009 4:49 pm

    Anybody having kids over here are given benefits called child benefit, which is weekly given to the parents so that they can buy the essentials to the baby. Ofcourse, these kids will be also getting that to raise their kid :).Also they are getting support from the social services people..
    There are rumours now that the parents would have jointly come into into this so as get money through media.That is the 12yr old may not necessarily be the father.15yr olds delivering is no news here, but 12yr father ofcourse is!!..Not surprising coz recently there was another case where a mother kidnapped her own daughter, locked her in a room and claimed her to be missing..sold that story to media, plus there was reward of 32K Pounds for finding the girl..so her plan was that with her some relative, she’ll send the girl and when he gets the money they’ll share the cash..but unfortunately(for the mother)/fortunately the police found the girl before anybody!!.So there are people out there who would go to any extent to get money!! and media these days is a BIG Market..:)

  57. Vee permalink
    February 21, 2009 9:43 pm

    Oye Hoye, I got a reply from Anonymous. How lucky I am? Should I get drowned in alcohol now?

    Of course, you weren’t speaking to me. And trust me I had no intention of talking to a stranger. Guess, If I am so keen to talk to a stranger then I better walk down the street and greet every fucking pedestrian with a grin or probably a hug and talk dozen to nineteen. Alas, such was not the case and I chose you to speak to. Lucky u I must say. Coming to point, I interfered and will continue to do so if your or any anonymous’s or non-anonymous’s comments make me do so. Kya ukhaad lega ya legi (if you are a girl).

    Sorry Vimmuu to use such a language for some one with whom share some equation. But the person comes up to this level then I can go down even more.

  58. Rakesh permalink
    February 21, 2009 11:25 pm

    jus coz some 13 year old commited a mischief…look how it has affected this V-lokam.

    this is not a warzone ppl!!

    cool down ppl..PEACE evryone!!!
    who cares if a 13 yr old knocked up a 15 yrd old!

    now let the poor little baby sleep…shhhh everyone!!

    vimal bhai..i think u better put a new post soon!!

  59. Ashwathy permalink
    February 22, 2009 4:57 am

    LOL @ Rakesh. so true. the action is taking place in the comments section now, rather than the blog entry! chill, people! πŸ™‚

  60. RAMYA permalink
    February 23, 2009 3:08 am

    @Vimal Chetta
    Why dont you block this “Anonymous” anyway?whatever equation you share with this nincompoop is not worth all this hassle.

    @Anonymous
    usually i dont care much for people like you…but this is my brothers blog and anybody who knows me well will tell you how fiercely protective i am about him.So i have every right in this Goddamn world to reciprocate!
    Obviously you dont know me too well,coz if you did you would know better to back-off.

  61. Anonymous permalink
    February 23, 2009 3:58 am

    And by the way, this blocking aspect is not all that easy on blogs – you can only do an IP block and that doesnt stop me from logging in from various locations. Aw Gaad… Gyaan!

  62. Anonymous permalink
    February 23, 2009 3:59 am

    @ Vee – you will keep getting replies πŸ˜‰ I’m sure our dear Vimmuuu doesn’t want that happening…

  63. @@ Anonymous permalink
    February 23, 2009 1:39 pm

    mr Anonymous
    y do u give this extar load of work to vimmuuu. not everyone is jobless like you.he has got better things to do then reading and editing ur comments.
    y cant u just tell who u r…matter solved.

  64. Anonymous permalink
    February 23, 2009 2:13 pm

    @ My Fan – Well Vimmuuu already knows who I am πŸ™‚ That part of the problem is already solved πŸ˜€

  65. kanaguonline permalink
    February 23, 2009 8:41 pm

    Quite a good point made by you Vimal.. it all about the upbringing and the values the parents instill in them.. the western countries are failing in this miserably 😦

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