The Stench of Daily Life in India

A Westerner describes a hellish trip on a train in India. What is described is the globalist vision for America and Europe.

Resist!

GLP

Slightly disgruntled with Indian Railways. RE- The farting

Last week I was forced to travel to work on a Train in India. The carriages were so over-packed that people were having to take shorter breaths during the journey, due to the crush. I was crushed in inbetween three sweaty pigs whose B.O. would have shamed Satan.

Two minutes into the journey and it began. I heard a sort of strangled quack, and realised immediately that some inhuman monster had let out a seriously diahorretic fart. About 6 seconds later and we were subjected to the most vile, weird smelling bowel gas that the human species has ever breathed in. Then immediately another selfish an utter filthy beast let off another fart with an absolutely and utterly rancid stench.

And so it went on for the whole 40 minute journey.

The native `people` didnt bat an eyelid about the monstrous and evil smells that were being subjected upon us. We were forced to breathe almost pure fart for two minutes at a time, and couldnt move because we were all pinned in. People were riding on the carriage outside and were staring in at us like we were paintings.

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Published on Sep 24, 2015

Location- Dhaka Airport Station, Bangladesh
Such a situation occurred at the time of Eid festival when a vast majority of peoples left Dhaka for celebrating Eid with their beloved family.

Due to the shortage of public transport they basically force to take such a dangerous step. Importantly it become a part of the celebration of Eid Festival now.

These train roofers also fallen in accident and lost their life. A lot of foreign tourists come now a days for enjoying such an dangerous journey.

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OMG!

I feel bad for you OP…I totally know what you had to go through!

We werr traveling on a 12 hour flight from Bombay to London. Half the people on the flight were Indian and it smelled bad already

I’m sure you know…They don’t shower very often and they don’t use deodorant and rarely use shampoo.

But the Indian woman and man next to us ..! The woman was wearing a long dress/sari. Indians don’t wear underwear and they don’t use toilet paper

So we got to smell stinky armpit and urine for 12 hours. We literally covered our noses and mouths with our blankets the whole trip. They didn’t notice us gagging, as Indian people seem like theyre spaced out all the time.

Funny you mentioned the Indians were staring at you like you wee a painting. Totally know what that’s like, lol

But our experience was nowhere as bad as what you went through!!

Oh, and they have no concept of personal space. People standing in line are so close to each other, that they’re literally breathing on the person’s neck in front of them

We would have to hold our arms out, as if pushing them back, in order to get some space