Tuesday, June 26, 2012

What makes for 'excellence'?

The photograph below was taken in front of a lavatory in one of the most elite educational institutions in this country, one of our 'centres of excellence'. Comment unnecessary.


6 comments:

Sayan Datta said...

Hahahaha! I just can't stop laughing. Where is it, Sir? Durgapur? Kolkata? Which part of West Bengal if the place is indeed in West Bengal?

Suvro Chatterjee said...

I'll tell you privately, Sayan. Don't want to mention it in a public forum.

Shilpi said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Krishanu Sadhu said...

Nice one , Sir. Reminds me of an old cartoon about ambiguity regarding restroom signs . Please take a look :

http://www.bizarrocomics.com/?p=1701

Regards,
Krishanu

Shilpi said...

Hullo, And after a decent interval following my gaffe - that pic and the word if they really go together can only mean that Roman Catholic priests and the vicars from the Agatha Christie tales, and only those priests and vicars trundling very large suitcases (that oblong object near the frocked figure can only be a very large suitcase) along with them can enter that door....

I'm still curious as to what the door meant for the females had as a sign...

Amit parag said...

I read this recently:
Dear Engineers,

The thermometer is not the only thing that gets a degree without having a brain.

Yours truly,
Anyone but an Engineer