Speechless in Karachi

This morning I woke up, remembered Shahbaz Bhatti was dead all over again, and was quite looking forward to spending my day in a good, old fashioned funk.

Then, I saw this on a pole in Zamzama, Karachi:

I actually don’t know what to say, or think. Does one laugh at and admire the creativity of this man? Do I bemoan how there are barely any avenues for men and women to interact in an environment apart from the familial or educational? Or does one just sit down and sob about what this generation is up to in their spare time? You can choose any or all of the above options, or suggest more in the comments section.

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13 comments
  1. Raja Sherry said:

    Did any one try this number 0331-2821556? To me it looks that some STUD has left this number for purpose. That purpose is obvious……. I hope that this is just one printout of its kind? Elite, free of worries of Bread Earning and Education have time for this ingenuity….. or may be someone who does not have time at all for SACRED RELATIONSHIP!

  2. Roshni said:

    Ah, the quiet desperation for an ad like that…-shaking head-

  3. Creativity for sure; and that lays bare a stark reality. So much of unchanneled and unutilized raw energy and talent that goes down the drain. Most unfortunate!

    If only that energy can be funneled and birdled and put to some efficient, skillful and productive use. Somehow? Else it will just keep manifesting itself in negative ways.

    Not just Karachi that is rendered speechless :)

  4. readinglord said:

    In noujawaanon ko kia patah:

    اور بھی دکھ ہیں زمانے میں محبت کے سوا
    چیتھڑے اڑاتے ہوئے بیگناہ انسانوں کے
    اور جشن مناتے ہوئے قادری قتا لوں کے
    کئی صدیوں کے تاریک بہیمانہ طلسم
    آج پھر بنے ہیں مالک پاکی ازھانوں کے

    فیض احمد فیض سے مہذرت کے ساتھ

  5. This is highly insane. I wish I’d seen this before iw rote a post on my blog regarding “poondi” culture in Pakistan.
    THIS here takes it up a notch I guess. Like I wrote, we are THAT short of entertainment these days!

  6. haahhaa. thats an absolute creative genius. he should have gone for a billboard.

    • Lost Girl friend said:

      Greeting
      am actually glad to see my work its was a market survey as well and i managed to get a whole research the idea was not to get a girl friend but to see how a girl would react to thi

  7. Lost Girl friend said:

    Greeting
    am actually glad to see my work its was a market survey as well and i managed to get a whole research the idea was not to get a girl friend but to see how a girl would react to this

  8. SN said:

    Truly ingenious. But is it worth the time spent on? Youngsters waste their time cyber stalking women when they could do something productive. I feel sorry for this guy.

  9. Maryum said:

    The young generation is creative and intelligent, but using their minds for sick purposes.
    :p

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