The Mirror Image Of Myself

Chinese Movie vs Indian Movie

Posted in Articles, Humor by zenmaster on August 4, 2007

Things You Would Never Know Without Chinese
Swordsman Movies

1. Being the hero’s parents will always be unlucky
and will usually be killed by enemies when the hero
is young and the hero will become an orphan.

2. When a man is wounded and dying, he always
manage to catch his breath and speak a few
sentences to reveal the killer before dropping his
head and declared dead.

3. Skilled people are able to fly over roof tops, up
trees and across distances without any sweat. But
when travelling to towns and villages, they still have
to walk or ride horses.

4. The heroes need not have to work for money, but
will always have gold and silvers with them to pay
for their dishes.

5. The heroes and villains will meet each other very
often no matter how big the country is and no
matter where they are.

6. Healing internal wounds in the body is as easy
as sitting down cross-legged, palms on the knees
and smoke coming out from the head.

7. They can keep a lot of stuff in their sleeves and
waistband and never drop them (carrying especially
lots of those gold and silver ingots.

Things Your Would Never Know Without Indian
Movies

1. A man will show no pain while taking the most
ferocious beating but will wince when a woman
tries to cleanse his wounds.

2. The hero cannot fall in love with the heroine (vice
versa) unless they first perform a dance number in
the rain.

3. Once applied, make-up is permanent, in rain or
in any other situation.

4. Two lovers can be dancing in the field and out of
nowhere, 100 people will appear from god-knows-
where and joins them in the dance.

5. In the final scene, the hero will discover that the
bad guy who he is up against is actually his
brother and the maid who looked after him is his
mother and the chief inspector is his father and the
Judge is his uncle and so forth.

6. Key English words used in the movie (usually
said out loud between sentences) are No Problem!,
My God!, Get Out!, Shut-up!, Impossible!, Please
forgive me! …….. etc

7. They drop down on grounds and roll and roll
while singing and came out with different clothing.

8. They can run around the coconut trees, singing,
battling eyes-lid, and throwing glances at each
other and change clothes all at the same time
without being out of breath.

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  1. Feelgud said, on August 4, 2007 at 5:03 pm

    Thats a funny take really!

    Both have make belief and fantasy as a common thread.

    Cheers,
    An Indian

  2. WTJ said, on August 4, 2007 at 5:25 pm

    haha! both are so right!

  3. jasonphoon said, on August 4, 2007 at 11:20 pm

    yeah , that day I had a very bad food poisoning. I try sit down with crossed legs and perform meditation, but no steam come out from my head. Unfortunately, not all Chinese can master that .. 😦

  4. Ting Tit Lei said, on August 6, 2007 at 12:40 am

    mi not so sure about the indian one *except for the dance part* but the chinese part is dman true hahahaha. youve left out the “dim mak mun” thing. closing someones nerve or something like that. its alike a freaking stun gun that requires no electricity

  5. huei said, on August 6, 2007 at 10:02 am

    hahahahha

    yeah..chinese could fly..indians love to dance n sing! hehhehehhahahaha

  6. zenmaster said, on August 7, 2007 at 10:04 pm

    @all: I love racial stereotype jokes. Really funny shit.

    @jasonphoon: Can meh? Have you seen it in real life?

    @TingTitLei: Gosh, never thought of that. Thanks for adding it up.


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