There is good news for those who have failed or are failing to achieve success by becoming an engineer or a doctor. Chapasthan has set a new “success criterion”, under which people can become successes, seemingly by doing nothing out of the ordinary.
It is cause for national joy that at least one Bangladeshi has been able to fulfil his parents’ dream by rising early. Since as far back as an egg cracked after a hen laid it (let’s not, okay?), parents have dreamed that their children would rise along with the sun.
Due to the national habit of applying generous levels of oil to slide one’s way to the top -- or most often, barely middle, levels -- of organisations, Chapasthan has been facing an oil crisis for the past few days.
“How is he even a doctor if he doesn’t treat people or at least own a dispensary?” Naambolle Chakrithakbena, a Verbosely Impotent Person (VIP), asked about Marvel Cinematic Universe superhero Doctor Strange.
Being hit by serious penury, when Amber Heard was totally unable to pay Johnny Depp the $10-million compensation, the amount lost in a bet over the Liverpool-Madrid UCL final, an altruistic man from Saudi Arabia came to the rescue with his fat bank accounts.
“Corruption is high in Chapasthan. Do you guys really know why? Because of the dresses and clothes the women of this country wear,” Jamanai Mia, the chief researcher of Meyeder Poshak Gobeshona Institute (MPGI) said yesterday while announcing the findings of the institute’s latest study.