Ana: Ashley got a 95 in the maths exam
Hannah: That’s impossible, she can’t understand that a 3/4 carried to the other side of an equation equals 4/3
Savannah: Guys, she must have had a different approach to the question
Bella: How can you read that author, she is such a sexist. In fact I believe she is a pervert.
Stella: I think she is witty. As long as she writes decent reads, who cares what kind of a person she is.
Gabriella: Can we go and have a quick bite before the next lecture? I think I am starving.
Son: I can’t eat Paranthas for breakfast everyday
Mom: What I know is, that no one in my house can have have eggs for breakfast everyday
Daughter: I am making Poha, is anyone interested?
Mom: Which party are you voting for in the elections?
Dad: Of course, Bhartiya Janta Party
Mom: My daughter is wise enough to endorse Congress
(Daughter making a choice between BJP the allegory of fundamentalist politics and Congress the home of dynastic succession and what shall I say,differently abled)
Daughter: I think my Voter Card is up for renewal
Polly: Tie a thread in XYZ mosque and your wish shall be granted
Molly: Oh please, the temple I visit every Tuesday, no prayer I have offered there has gone unanswered
Sally: I think God is One
My verdict is that if political correctness helps evade silly arguments, then they are totally called for.
I am reminded of a quote from the movie, ‘A few good men’ and as far as my experience goes, it holds true, at least in my part of world.