This article may bring prejudice to us, thats is u and me, the ‘villageois’!
Also, i apologize to anyone feeling bad about this article since i know, it does has an effect on ‘villageois’!
The behavior described below is not generalized but it unfortunately does exist among us, mauritians!
Sa piti la sorti Triolet sa ou meme ene villageois sa! Pena maniere
mo sire, zotte fine deja tan dimoune koz koume sa or meme, zotte meme fine deja dire something like that to someone¦perhaps without really meaning it or hurt the person in question.
Or just like now, u r telling urself :
a b non, b sorti village sa, li p koze creole lo so blog! Li pas cpv ekrire en anglais or fransais!
Don’t worry, be happy!
mo kozer n comprend tout except language villageous (bhojpuri) ki mo pas kone kozer
What I don’t understand is why is it that some persons still have the perception that those living in â€œla campagneâ€ are inferior to them.
Don’t all of us have 2 eyes, 2 hands, 2 ears, 2 feet, 1 nose and 1 mouth?
Or those living in towns have something additional? Brain? Not alwaysâ€¦
What do us (or perhaps this concerns only me in mauritius), ˜villageois’ lack?
Were all the big ppl in Mauritius born in the towns?
Does it make any difference when u have to die?
When falling in luv, do u first of all verify if the person u r falling for, lives in a village or town? Or perhaps u will first of all check if the guy/gal is someone who can be trusted, well mannered and blablabla.
I don’t deny the fact that there are still some ˜Villageois’ that lag far behind…
Are they the one to be blamed? Perhaps yes, but not all of them, especially if they were brought up in a poor family. Not everyone can be born in the skin of a “blanc”
Everyone (at most, a majority) does his/her best to lead a peaceful and happy life.
Its sure the bhojpuri song “Gown ke chokri” is very funny but it exposes the bitter truth of the fact that someone from the town marries someone from a village ( or vice-versa!)
L’habit ne fait pas le moine – remember this.
Ya, I’m a villageois!
Does it make any difference to you?
To You, who have been to this blog, may be several times, since perhaps you like me as am i, the way i behave, i post what i think or what i do…
Do you think that living in a village makes me different for others?
Do you think that if i lived in a town, my blog would be better or perhaps i may be a bit more ‘well mannered, social’ ?
Do u think yourself concerned by this subject?
Don’t hesitate, u r not the only one!
Because in the (apprx) 1.4 million of mauritians, not all of them were lucky(?) to be born in a town!