... and you had to reproduce it again. Thank you kind sir.Bilal9 said:
For a long, looong time, salaries and incomes were very low in India because the rank exploitation by Banyas was/is super high, they had massive unemployment historically and they still do. As a result, Middle class and lower class Indians have found ways and means to live and survive very cheaply as far as housing, food habits and other aspects. Life in Bangladesh has no parallel to this. In Bangladesh we don't have Ph.D's working as bus conductors.
Indian FMCG products as a result are priced extremely cheap, and packaged cheaply too. For example, you can find a sachette of Shampoo for Rs.2 and sachette of toothpaste for the same amount. I find the "20% more" proclamation rather hilarious.
Even in the US, these Indian IT coolies are looking for these sachettes in Indian Grocery stores. Old habits die hard...
Indians buy things in this sort of kanjoosi (cheapskate) packaging not to pack for going camping, but to live their daily lives in extreme frugal moderation. We in Bangladesh have not learnt this kanjoosi yet and hope we never do.
OTOH Indian upper class Brahmins, Kshatriyas and Banyas live a much easier life.
Bangladesh salaries are rather high compared to Indian salaries, that is why you see so many illegal Indians come in, to work in Bangladesh.
Dude.. was kidding... you didn't have to delete it. It made a hilarious read nevertheless.
BC someone tell him Kangladeshi's jump the border fence to work as rag pickers in India and make a living(fortune actually) out of picking these sachets and selling them to the kabadi wallah.