Bangladesh

Tit for Tat

August is gone, but this month will be remembered by Bangladeshi people for a long, long time. Here’s a picture that I want to share with you all:

It’s said pictures speak a thousand words, and this one is a perfect example of it. It was published on The Daily Star last month, and to be honest I couldn’t stop laughing when I first saw it! The goddamn army got a good teaching! :p

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  • I don't get laugh with that pic. Lets for example if someone(country) wanna attack us and got that picture what would they think? People of this country doesn't like their army, isn't it? And why you are angry with army person ? Any perfect reason ?

  • Dear russel,
    Being a proud bangladeshi plz do think twice before posting these sorts of pics which can be seen by thousands of ppl.This uniformed person represents soverignity of my country…. u understand now…. how this pic speaks a lot….? And why r u behind these army gyes… any good reason ???? on what personal interest??? Moreso did u see the comments… so many sick guys a there to comment like these.
    The intl channels r always fond of projecting these sorts of pics in the media.Being a poor bangladeshi let us try for putting the best…atleast….
    Hope u understand.
    Foysal

  • @Foysal: BBC featured this picture on their site… so don't blame me. πŸ˜‰
    If India launches an attack on us, then Bangladeshi Army wouldn't be able to do much (or any other large country, I mentioned India because that's where you're from). I don't need to explain why.
    And none of us are sick, we just have a better sense of humour than you do. 8)

  • @Rifat: This picture is all over the net, including the BBC website, various Bangladeshi blogs, newspaper websites and so on. Even if I delete it, can you make others delete it too? The answer is, you can't.