Mockery and explicit contents pointing greatest ideals of history.
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Once upon a time joke or mimic meant to do something with wit that brings humour. Someone needs to possess a real skill to draw the essence of humour out of any regular act. But as day go by our taste of humour changed very drastically. Without a pinch of sexuality we mean not to laugh. But now it took it's ultimate form by mocking some of the eminent personality of Indian heritage and culture.
It's obvious not a single person can't live without smiling or laughing. In fact laughter is the best medicine against depression and hopelessness. But we are standing in a position where joke means all about sexuality, mocking other person who may or may not like that at all. And even by mocking some eminent people of India such as Swami Vivekananda, Rabindranath Tagore. The page admins are not only instigating the commons but proportionately damaging the real potential of humour and to the cultural chastity of ours also. It may be because of illiteracy, extreme lack of will to do a skillful job, and moral attrition. But for ourselves we can put an end to it by raising a petition to bring down those pages which depicts sexually explicit contents and inflict damage on our heritage. Many children are having access to social media they might be induced to the wrong door. Urging to sign the petition not only help our minors but it will actually create a healthy online social media ecosystem.
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