Indian who has not bathed in 35 years

I thought I’d seen everything. But now they’ve discovered an Indian who hasn’t had a bath in 35 years. His name is Kailash Kalau Singh, and his name might get into the Guinness Book of Records.

It seems some palmist or astrologer (there are millions in India) told him he should never bathe if he wanted to be the father of a boy. Unfortunately in his case it didn’t work. He is now the father of seven daughters, but no son. Funny thing is, his wife still lives with him. I don’t think a woman in any other country would have tolerated such a husband. He had to sell his grocery store because customers didn’t like his unhealthy personality (maybe they didn’t like the stink).

I wonder if by some miracle this man becomes the father of a boy, will all such Indians stop bathing until their wives too produce male children?

47 thoughts on “Indian who has not bathed in 35 years”

  1. @Aloe: Thanks for kick-starting this fun thread again, which was sitting in rush-hour traffic with its engine dead and fixing to get run over. Vrrroooooooommmm!

    @Hend: Hey, Podner, whurr ye been? Out roundin’ up the cattle?

  2. @Hend – Its surprising that you are surrounded by good people in Texas(!) Its way to red for me. Nyways- I love your comments!

  3. Shakir

    “I know five Karachi Hindu families who left to live in India but came back after a year, saying that Pakistan is a paradise compared to India!”

    I heard that in paradise every man gets 71 virgins. No wonder.

    By the way since it is legally not possible for Pakistani citizens to just come and live in India as they please….no wet dreams please.

  4. @Hend: Yeah, man. Ha! A friend in Houston once long ago took me to Gilley’s, where, about three sheets in the wind, I tried to ride the mechanical bull. I lasted not eight seconds, but one-eighth of a second. Flat aback, dismasted, and hard aground. Knee-walking. Yee-ha—crash! The floor just jumped up and hit me square in the face. Didn’t feel a thing….

    We can’t change history. We CAN make today better, with an eye to making tomorrow even better. We are not guilty for things our forbearers did; their time is over, and ours is right here, right now. The only moment that really matters is this one. Nor are we guilty for what strangers are doing, regardless of their origins.


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