Mobiloquy

The college girl travelling in the public bus is deeply pained by her cell phone loss of and is narrating the event to her close friend. There is no person seated next to her.

The angry young teenager walking in the main road is shouting at somebody and his face is red with anger. The person behind him is annoyed as there is no one in front of the teenager.

A young lady while paying cash in check out counter of a super market re-confirms her love to someone. The person behind her in the queue is an eighty year old lady and the cashier is forty year old lady.

Middle aged housewife heartily laughs in electric train. Surprisingly her co-passengers are all sad.

 A middle aged man standing in a queue for a platform ticket counter loudly conveys his disgust. His son has failed in the mid term Math exam.  The people near him are in their sixties.

 A teenager is narrating his heroic act of chasing and boarding a running bus to attract the attention of a girl in the public toilet of a mall.

 The young graduate job seeker waiting in a bus stand is conveying his anxiety about the results of his campus placement interview to his friend. He fears that if he does not get through, his parents would be upset.  Surprisingly the bus stand is empty.

 An employee who has just boarded a crowded bus is in the footboard and curiously asks about the salary raise details to his friend. His co-passengers in the foot board are school students.

 Are these people speaking to themselves? No.  It is mobiloquy. They use the hands free technology of their mobiles much to the annoyance of the people around them. Perhaps the director/script writer of a mega serial could get dialogues/themes for their serials from these conversations.  People who have an appetite for gossip and extra large ear for overhearing would also be fed with some snacks.

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About kpsatish

Enjoy reading, walking and listening to carnatic music. Love to write with fountain pen and occassionaly water colour.
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