As a nation we put a lot of stress on “Tehzeeb”. Being polite gets us in all kinds of trouble. I have seen many of my friends suffer in a bad job, because just when they were about to quit their boss asked them to stay, politely.
Our “I don’t want to hurt him/her” feelings keep us in stuck in bad relationships/friendships. Hurt that bugger, you know you want to!
By being extra polite on many instances like this you get very rude to yourself.
You deny yourself the right to happiness/ease/whatever-I-want-to-do.
All this for what? I’d rather be rude/impolite/inappropriate/selfish and happy.
This cloak of greatness that our parents/teachers/society wanted us to wear is too heavy for my shoulders. It’s reminds me of those cheap woollen blankets that keep things warm for some time but then ruin it with a lot of static charge stored under it.
I trust people who swear a lot. They are honest in my opinion and they fear nothing.
I don’t trust people who judge other people a lot. I think we all have reasons to be who we are and how we are.
There’s nothing wrong in being extra polite. It’s just not a happy choice for me.