Why do i hate Indian army kids!!!

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  1. bhramos

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    Why do i hate Indian army kids

    Indian army is a great organisation and I really love it . I think its one of the most elite armed forces in all of the world. But you know how they say that good genes skip one generation, well it applies most aptly to our Indian army kids who do not seem to have inherited even one ounce of their parent's good genes. .... and by Indian army kids i just don't mean the army but all the forces , navy and air force alike.

    These guys think they are a breed apart , a different elite bunch all together and talk about diversity even only if they just keep getting transferred to the same places again and again and attend the same school ( in this case the erstwhile NOT Army public school ) , are friends with the same people and crack the same old jokes. They boast about seeing the whole country because of their Daddy's various transfers but in reality it is these few places that they get posted to and attend APS or KV ( for the more dumb ones or someone who could not pull enough strings ). Whereas people like us , kids of lesser mortals ( read government servants ) have had more transfers than em army brats , I for instance studied in eight different schools and No it was not the same school but different private schools where I got in through because I was smart like that only BITCHES.

    Another thing about APS , they treat it as if it shares the same stature as the DOON school , well reality be no its not its just another Army Public School were children are ferried in huge outdated army trucks named Shaktimans !!! Hhahahaha Shaktiman , whom are we kidding , in Calcutta I would remember so many such ' Shaktimans' breaking down during winter near Fort William. Living up to its name I say. I however used to pity the young kindergarten kids hanging from the mesh , like jailed convicts with the armed bhaiyya sitting beside them. Before you call me a racist just so that you know those guys are actually called ' Bhaiyyas' in the army.

    Secondly , the APS just to distinguish itself from other such " distinguised " APS's has weird short forms like TAPS ( The Army Public School , Dhaula Kuan ) etc. Well calling it TAPS is not setting it apart from any other army public school because they all are called THE army public school. TAPS kids think they are even better than DPS RK Puram only if they could leak out that MMS sooner DAMN! However the name was taken which left other APS's in the lurch for a cooler nickname so they came up with better nicknames bcoz the army kids are not outdone by anyone , not even their own kinds. So Lucknow APS is called 'LAPS '. I don't know if Pune APS is called PAPS.

    Moreover , APS education sucks , i have met very few alumni who are seriously smart and dont have career options such as ' Modeling ' or ' Aspiring Model' . And the ones who are smart hate absolutely hate APS. What else could one expect when the teachers are the bored wives of the colonel's and Brigadiers.

    Accept it guys you were just a part of some teeny weeny bubble , a bubble that stank of horse shit and hated us private school kids ( the likes of Laksmipat singhania Academy , Calcutta Girl's High School , Modern School , BCM, Bombay Scottish , Loreto, DPS, Ramjas and St. Xavier's etc ).

    Now this was just about the screwed up childhood these guys had lets talk about what happens when they grow up.

    When they grow up they look like someone fed a baby a ton of illegal steroids , the girls get boobs but the baby fat does not go and the guys get biceps in return for their shrinked balls. And all of them , both girls and guys alike enter every goodammit beauty pageant in India , whether they stay in Delhi or Mhow. All the mum's think that 'odi kudi sab ton sundar hegi aye te ode munde varga koi whore nahi'. Well truth be told Aunty Jees they are all the same like inbred babies , ugly inbred babies. So please don't try to fulfill your barson ki tammana of winning a beauty pageant through your untalented kid because the only thing he/she can win is when the contestants were Chunky Pandey's turds. But aunty jees are smart so they be starting their own beauty pageants , let the Gladrags and Raymonds and Femina pageants go sucks each other's cocks because Army cock sucking was way better any day.

    The same breed can be found socialising in every other army party , drinking 2 rupees ka heavily subsidized old monks , away from their drunk dads and moms and talking about army parties , if you have not been to any RSI then you are not worth existing . Entries to RSI is as difficult to get as its difficult to get into Prive or SoHo. They eat the same half cooked chiken tikka , drink the same old monk , try to hit on the same guy/ girl and if succesfull get laid with the same person. This is life for them.

    And if they want more fun they come over to Bombay , driving their beaten up Alto's, on the weekends , try to get into respectable clubs in their shiny shirts , get thrown out , letch at the actual hot girls, go to some cheap bar in Colaba/malad/havain shack type place. Click pictures get back , post them on FB and tag them as " MY WEEKEND MUMBAI TRIP AWESOME FUN ". Abbey chuttiye try to keep it in your pants the next time you come to Bombay coz the girl's are not from some whore central like your APS classmates. Agreed that we look like a million bucks but do not spread ourself so thin and are not ready to be ----ed by every uncle unlike your friends.

    There you go my Rant about ARMY kids.
     
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  3. bhramos

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    Dear Miss Single Girl
    Thank you! At a time when a lot of people are pointing fingers at the Armed Forces, you began by saying you respect them. However, I have no idea what came over you after that.
    Wondering who I am and why I’m writing to you?
    I’m ‘THAT’ army girl. ‘THAT’ because you generalized. So I have to, too. Despite the fact that I am completely against generalizing. For those who think like me, here goes. I changed 8 schools in 12 years. I followed my father all over the country… to the remotest areas…and NOT the same places over and over again. Parts of India you MAY not (See? I don’t jump to conclusions about your life!) have even heard of. From among those, 6 of them were ‘Fancy’ (just quoting you, honey!). One of them was the convent that had been the school the Bhutan royal family sent all their daughters to for generations. I also studied in two Army Public Schools. And I loved them! Every school has a charm of its own. Every school teaches you something new. I presume your father never got transferred to the back of beyond, since you always found a ‘Fancy’ school wherever you went. In the Armed Forces, we’re not always that lucky. We know the advantages and comfort of city life. We also know the peace and quiet of tiny stations, high up on the mountains.

    I took Science, did my engineering and am now doing my PhD on a full scholarship with a stipend. Yes, I’m ‘THAT’ dumb, frivolous Army girl. I’m also something else you’re not. I’m informed. I respect passion and talent…wherever that may take a person. I’m aware of the long hours, competition and struggle in every profession. I respect a Model as much as I would respect a lawyer, an actor or a doctor.

    In some ways, your post was a delightful read. Yes, I remember travelling by the ‘Shaktiman’. In fact, I might have belonged to the last generation of army kids who did. Shiny new ‘Fancy’ buses are replacing them quite rapidly. I remember sitting sideways and bumping my head on every turn. I remember how it never bothered me for I was lost in the innocent games we played on the ride back home. I was untouched by the sheer concept of ‘showing off’. I did not mind roughing it out in the least.
    But of course, I also loved the parties. Much like any other Army child. And how or why that should bother you is something I still can’t fathom. I still believe the food served was the tastiest I ever had. Even if it wasn’t, I can assure you it was thoroughly cooked. If there is one thing you can’t mess with in the Army, it is discipline. Nothing is done half heartedly. Not even cooking chicken.

    Now here is something I totally disagree with! Rundown Altos? Girl! Altos are ‘FANCY!’ My father’s first car was an ancient Fiat! That car brought magic into my life! Silly, tiny me thought I could help dad by pushing his seat from behind every time the engine went dead on a slope. We called her our ‘Basanti’. Sadly, Basanti literally started to fall apart and we had to sell her. But I still remember her very fondly. I’m proud of her. And my father, who believes in honesty and integrity. And the Armed Forces, still one of the least corrupt organizations. Never once did it occur to me that our dear, old Basanti was a slur against my ‘status symbol’.
    I spent my childhood swinging from trees and tyres. Learning to ride the cycle without balances was my ‘claim to fame’. Getting a new ladybird was the ultimate birthday gift I could have ever imagined. Maybe this will disappoint you, but comparing cars did not feature anywhere in our childhood, or even adulthood for that matter.
    For a long time I couldn’t understand why you thought using the word ‘bhaiyya’ was racist. Maybe, its because for me, ‘bhaiyya’ means older brother. I have never used it to snigger at or laugh at people. In the Armed Forces, bhaiyyas are members of our families. My bhaiyya taught me how to walk, helped me with Math when Dad was not around and gave me that typical, fatherly lecture when I went to college.

    Quite clearly, you have come across some not-so-nice Army kids. Trust me, I have too. But I can bet my life you were equally ‘not-so-nice’ to them. And are you trying to suggest that there are no spoilt children anywhere else in the world? No child outside the Army can be brought up with more discipline. There are always a few bad eggs. Exceptions cant be examples. Unless you only want to focus on them. Then that becomes your problem…keep it to yourself.

    Had you used less ‘dirty’ words and less slang, I would definitely have given you more credit. Cheap publicity is something an Army upbringing has made me despise. I still can’t fathom how you could stoop so low. How such cheap thoughts ever entered your mind. I don’t even have an adjective for some of your descriptions of Army girls and boys. It’s just below my dignity to even reflect on it.

    It hurts terribly to think my father and his colleagues, the young officers who I played badminton with, the older uncles who were my career cousellors in remote locations and my bhaiyya, who means as much to me as my father, are working in danger, day and night to ensure YOUR safety. Do you know what -35 feels like? Do you know what – 35 feels like knowing you may never go home again? No, you don’t! Nor do I. But I know what it feels like praying for someone who knows.

    I have never been good at endings. I never know how to smoothly and gently close a chapter. Maybe because I’m an Army brat.

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    This one didn't make much sense. The other one about "rich Delhi brat" at least made some sense. This one is absolute stupidity. At least if she had made some good points, it would have been fun reading.
     
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    @brahmos- are you dumb or idiot something , so these things (means schoolings makes you hate all kids of indian armed forces), wow you are so foolish kind of .......whatever??
     
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    now face some truth @brahmos - K.V and APS are the best schooling available in whole india , (K.V the biggest schooling institute in INDIA having more than 1000 schools and 8 abroad also, and each one has at least 1000 students ) , kendriya vidyalayas, Army public schools and Sainik schools are proud of their kids .I know you won't understand because you don't have respect for them.


    Sainik schools produces the most Indian army officers(including NAVY & AIRFORCE) more than any other school followed by APS and KV'S because they are meant for that purpose ,
     
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    INDIAN ARMED FORCES kids know very well that what their parents are doing, and they follow their parents by joining again the force.
    according to documents in AWWA (a community of indian army) , sons or children of indian army's personel are the highest contributing as an officer in army , don't know about airforce or navy.
     

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