There is a term in journalistic discourse: VoxPop, meaning, voices of ‘x’ people, the least prioritized informal mass in news, who are allocated only for few seconds after the voices of experts, males, elites and educated class. Encountering ordinary life and langue, accidental or planned, at the fringes in Bangladesh, and abroad, provides with contents for the rottenViews. Instead of pursing any ideological framework or activist line, we explore how such encounters shape us in seeing the world from the below.