2 G 1 C – Two Genius one Commoner..!!

Posted: June 4, 2011 in My Life, The One with a Twist

8 years ago. It was the living room of a quiet house in New Delhi, India. Seated there, at the edge of their seats, were three young guys (class 11th students) in their teens. The tension in the room was palpable. Their eyes were glued to the TV. As an outside observer, I know the reader has questions. What is so gripping about the old-fashioned girl-on-girl porn they are watching? Are these teens anxious to find out whether the older girl is able to properly teach the younger girl how to satisfy her boyfriend?
It was the commoner’s first encounter to the term “PORN’, being an IIT aspirant that time, he was curious enough to accept the Indecent Proposal of group study that night, and the Geniuses being Geniuses after all, were familiar even with the ‘cast name’ and the ‘production house’.

Interrupting the enchanting pop sound-track of the movie, spoke Genius_1, “Do you think we will be able to finish the movie before your parents return?” Genius_2 chimed in, “Yeah, I guess we should fast forward a bit?”

Commoner pointed to the women on TV, who, by that time, were moaning at a pitch attainable only by Vampire bats, and said, “The movie can’t be much longer. It’s only 8:50. Your Mom and dad wont’ be back before 9.30 We will have enough time to finish the movie and create a scene of day long studies before they arrive.”

Noticing the discomfort on their faces, Genius_2 explained his master plan. “Listen, If I hear them at the main door, I will run and intercept them. I will buy you enough time to retrieve the CD out of the VCD player and hide it in my room. It’s as simple as that.” Reassured they went back to watching the tangle of limbs on the screen and trying to figure out whose hand is doing what to which body part.

The reassurance lasted for about 5 minutes until the TV screen went blank. As darkness descended in the room, their hearts stopped with the realization that the power just went out. “Holy shit!” shouted one of them, “How the hell are we going to get the CD out of the VCD Player?” Another guy chose a stronger swear word, more appropriate for the occasion, and proceeded to repeat it with different stress each time. “Fuck fuck fuck…” Out of this chaos boomed the nonchalant voice of Commoner, “Guys let’s not panic. We are Smart aspiring Engineers. We can take the VCD player apart in 2 minutes and get the CD out.”

At any other time Genius_1 and Genius_2 would have sat Commoner down and discussed:
1. How wrong he was when he said “we are aspiring engineers” when there is no hope of their clearing IIT JEE (though they all did eventually :))
2. How opening up VCD Player is not remotely connected to JEE preparation.
3. How they would love to kick Commoner in the nuts for not panicking. But they didn’t,because opening the VCD Player was the best idea at that time (afterall he’s commoner relative to them only :P)

With impressive speed the VCD Player was opened. It didn’t take them too long to figure out that VCD players are not like candy boxes which you open and grab whatever you want from them. In fact, the “Star Whores Episode IV” was locked in some intricate mechanism which was difficult to study in the candlelight. At which point Genius_1 asked, “Guys, don’t you think it would look more suspicious if we are caught with an open VCD Player? How would we explain it?” With this new insight into the situation the it was assembled back.

After half an hour, the power did not come back but the parents did. The three teens nervously wandered around the living room hoping the power would be restored before the living room was locked from inside for the night. The power was restored soon after but with one glitch. Genius_2’s mom was immediately heard saying, “Oh good the power’s back. Let me turn off the TV so we can go bed.” Genius_2 sprang to action shouting, “Mom can I talk to you privately in the kitchen?”

It is inconsequential what irrelevant matter Genius_3 discussed in the kitchen or the fact that his mom was heard saying, “OK, but why do we have to talk about it now?”. Nevertheless the video tape was transferred to safety before the discussion ended.

Different people react differently to the same situation.

Genius_1 (currently pursuing his Phd in Human-Computer Interface at Stanford) didn’t stop trembling for a week.
Genius_2 (System Architect for Apple, Cupertino, California) asked later that night, “Those girls were amazing. Do you think we can manage to see it again tomorrow?”
The Commoner just blogged about it 8 years later.

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Comments
  1. renxkyoko says:

    LOLAs ever, another hilarious episode. But I can relate. See, right now, my laptop needs to be fixed, so I'm using my parents' desktop in their room. So, I'm reading manga, and uhm, well, you know, some drawings are a little ditzy. * sweat* But then I'm always on the look -out for when someone will come in. I can quickly minimize it, I reckon. But I was so engrossed one time, and didn't hear Dad come in…. needless to say, he saw what was on the monitor… geez, just a couple kissing, hehehe…. but in a loud voice , he said, " are you watching PORN? " Gosh!

  2. Akshay Kumar says:

    Lol… these parents always walk in at such odd hours, seems like they have some affinity to this :DI always wonder… you keep on behaving like a decent n disciplined kid no matter for how long, days, months years, but the day you think of any smallest nuisance like having a beer, watching some porno, checking out some stuff on the net, parents always walk in right that moment… :PP.S. Being the 'Commoner' I would say "I'm an engineer… I can fix your Laptop" 😀

  3. Spectator says:

    :-)The end result is beautiful, the road must have even moreso.

  4. Akshay Kumar says:

    🙂

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