Wednesday, June 13, 2007

ETFN* - III

Asusual, a flashback incident after reading this post. We had been invited for lunch at my husband's (American) colleague's house when our daughter was around 9 months old. Like all Indian mothers, my daughter's feeding time was made into a big event by me! After initial chat, when everyone got ready for lunch, I excused myself saying that I had to feed my daughter first. The colleague had a girl just 6 months older to ours who was made to sit on the high-chair and served whatever was cooked. By the time I was done with the feeding session, everyone else had finished eating too and so I ate while everyone else watched! The next day at work, the colleague was quite cross with my husband as he thought my husband practised the good old Indian tradition of letting the wife eat only after the husband and hence the feeding the child ruse!!!



* - Embarrassing Then Funny Now (I and II)

5 comments:

me said...

i hate eating...when everyone around are watching me eat...just like i hate writing answers when the teacher looks into the answer paper during exams....

Me too said...

me, used to happen in kalyana chatrams too. Right when you go to eat, the videographer would come to the dining hall to film the proceedings!! :(

Me said...

that is so true...:)

Deepa said...

LOL...its definitely funny now. Was surprised to see you use the word "cross". Thats so brit.

Me too said...

deepa, just wanted to be a brit (borrowed from BBC-America's tag line!) different! what is the Amezhican equivalent of 'cross'?