We the People, in Malls

Let us start with a null hypothesis (H0) : There is no significant difference in your behavior at home as compared to your behavior in a shopping mall. 

Alternative hypothesis (H1) : The above statement is impossible. Because – 

If you are a husband, at home, she (wife) is the Boss and you are nobody…in mall, she is still the boss but now you are ‘executive assistant’….

At home, you talk and they (family members) listen…in mall, you are convinced you need not talk because they won’t listen….most people become ‘gentleman’ few minutes after they enter the mall…

Your joy doubles at home when you get ‘Your Bank Account has been credited’ type messages…in mall your joy halves as you get ‘Your Bank Account has been debited’ type messages…

At home, you tame children…in malls, it is reverse…

At home, you are better off doing whatever you like…in mall, you are better half doing whatever ‘she’ like…

At home, use of ‘English’ is limited to words like …No, Homework, Stupid, Bad and Good…in mall, you suddenly tend to remember that unless you talk to your children in ‘English’, your shopping experience will be incomplete…

At home, you don’t give a damn about what ‘she’ says…in mall, you shower love, affection and make her ‘darling’….

At home, you don’t even remember position of your shaving cream…in mall, who suddenly happen to know what all things are ‘already there’ at home…..

All the ‘let us try’ at home becomes ‘let us try some other time’ in mall…

Basically you feel at ‘home’ when you are not in a mall…but in a mall you feel like a poor hungry homeless child…who has neither money in hand nor any control over his plight….

What say, Big Bazar or Big Bizarre…. 









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Author: anilkshatriyablog

I work as Assistant Professor in the area of Accounting at IMT Nagpur. I love teaching, writing and cycling. I follow a simple principle, 'Help ever, hurt never'.

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