Mumbai: Asserting its dominance in society and humanity in general, mediocrity today demanded ₹ 5 Crore extortion from creativity to allow it to carry out its day-to-day activities, failing which, it threatened all mediocre people in society would boycott any creative work created till date in human history.
The money extorted would be used for some other purpose, to be determined at a later date.
“They hurt our religious, regional and caste sentiments every time they produce their work. Why do they do this? Can’t they live an ordinary but happy life like us? Agenda Kya Hai Bhai?” wondered one mediocre person.
Reports say, mediocre people throughout the country will also resort to mass abuse on social media, uninstallation of mobile apps, boycott of books and movies created and endorsed by creative and intellectual people, in order to teach them a lesson on Sanskars, and to prove that we are a tolerant society.
Those who are adamant and don’t mend their ways, would be asked to either go to Pakistan (not sure why), or live an exiled life in some middle-east country considered medieval-age and repressive state according to current common wisdom.
“The idea is to pre-empt the conflicts and unrest that creativity is known to bring to this world, such as questioning unscientific ideas, challenging social disparity, stimulating critical thinking etc,” a high-ranking official involved in the development told Teekhi Mirchi.