No offence intended.
But from a total population of 26,494,504 people, 30 percent Nepalis are total badass, 30 others are lying leaders, 30 others laborers all around the globe, and out of the remaining 10 percent, nine are zombies and one percent write and read about badass Nepalis … like you and me at the moment.
Which one are you? Have you got that 30 percent of badassery in your gene?
Are you even a Nepali?
Good for me, if you are not. For you are likely to believe in that statistics I made up above. Next, the stories of badass Nepalis I’m going to relate (not exaggerate) could inspire you.
But first, you should agree to the fact that as we laze around, dig our noses, just doze to the sound of raindrops falling on the rooftop, or as you read this article some people somewhere are going through the worst moments of their lives.
All the time we doze off leisurely, they could be trying to keep their minds at the crossroads of sanity and the utter insanity.
Their whole existence hanging between life and death.
For them seconds look like eons, reality looks like a bad dream.
Some lose the battle, and some live to tell the tale.
And some come out of the terrible situation with their middle finger raised high in pride and dignity.
They, my friend, are the real badasses.
Even if you can’t get out of some horrible situation, someone else will always tell your tale if you’ve done something really badass.
What is the worst situation you’ve ever fallen into? How did you come out of it? Did you whimper? Did you whine?
You may find these stories of badass Nepalis unbelievable, and some may even sound hyper-exaggerated but they are true to every word. (Check out the links to confirm.)
Count ten real badass people from around the world and two of them will be Nepalis. Well, there’s a simple reason for that.
It’s not that Nepalis have a badass gene. Actually, it’s related with the professions we take.
Just as professional discrimination was thought to be the main reasons behind
some really weird and racist proverbs in Nepal, the three D’s we love are behind the badassery of Nepali folks.
We love doing the dirty, difficult and dangerous.
We are construction workers toiling in the scorching sands of Qatar building football stadiums for 2022, we are manual laborers behind the economic boom of once-a-tropical-forest-Malaya, we are the real badasses who carry a mountaineer’s backpacks up to the top of the world, ….. and we are mercenaries trained to kill people for queens and sheiks.
Oh! Can I hold my head fucking high!
And, that is why the mercenary part is what brings out the badass from most Nepalis.
Check out this story of a real badass mercenary. Continue reading 5 super badass Nepalis I want to remind you about