When we turned 2, we wanted to celebrate by telling stores.
Stories from the lot of us at BITM.
Stories that could be small, touching, crazy, dramatic, serious, or just plain jane.
From 1st May, for the rest of the month, we shared our tales.
For some the author wanted to stay anonymous, for some the author was happy to announce who he or she was.
Here goes the first. Came from our young head of servicing, Ameya Desai and her story of Brat in the Middle
Her sister had a repartee and her own story to tell, which was equally hilarious.
Our second story Shouting in the Middle came from our head of Art, Neharika. This is what seniors make juniors do in our profession
Here goes our third story, Kiss in the Middle
This time from one of our web designers.
He generally likes his quiet, and therefore his name remains in the shadows.
Clever boy, read to know why he stayed in the shadows.
There’s more than a lesson here.storyteller is a writer, from the land of coconut and challenged in Hindi
Greek in the Middle is about what happens when you try to be clever and you are left stranded.
Our 5th is Bullet in the Middle, from another one of us who is from the land of Coconuts
He is our chief story teller, Prathap. As resident tree and occasional copywriter, he believes he’s seen more sunrises than most.
This incident is from the time he worked with Slate Worldwide.
The agency between black and white.
Actually there is a story in the last two lines too, but that is left untold for now
For our 6th story, Atul brings in Vally in the Middle. Atul is a Delhi guy, and is like the average Delhi Joe. This time he brings this tale about what happened up in the mountains.
Hairpins, gorges, and pine trees don’t necessarily applaud spirited driving.
There’s more than a lesson here.
Chill in the Middle is about the goings on in the shadows among the dark could make a grown up man leave a trail down his pants.