Hey guys, I just made this site cause i noticed that there are 'College Problems', 'Black girl problems', 'Asian problems', etc; so i thought why not desi problems where everyone can just come out and share stories and submit typical desi problems. Submit all stories, funny pictures, etc about all your funny hardships of being a desi whether you are a FOB, NRI, or ABCD, we're all desi and we all have our moments!
 Desis laughing
  • me: *bumps into a British person*
  • British person: sorry
  • Me: You're 67 years late
  • British person: what
  • me: *walks away putting on my shades as jana gana mana plays in the background*
Sep 17th at 6PM / via: trillagician / op: brownpeopleproblems / reblog / 1,395 notes

When you finally become the one child that all the others are supposed to look up to

nrisfromdelhi:

image

Sep 16th at 6PM / via: nrisfromdelhi / op: nrisfromdelhi / reblog / 50 notes

thesoleofmysoul:

Excuse me while I go get bleach to dye my skin white and feel this privilege and not worry about desi culture

Sep 15th at 6PM / via: thesoleofmysoul / op: thesoleofmysoul / reblog / 18 notes
Anonymous: Name 10 of ur fav blogs

Sep 15th at 12AM / reblog / 4 notes
Anonymous: बिल्ली में उसकी बकवास

why.

Sep 7th at 11AM / reblog / 3 notes
Anonymous: I been with this guy for over half a decade . He is great but we have the same last name . We aren't related by my knowledge as we went down our family tree up to our great great grandparents. In fact we weren't suppose to ever fall in love. But love is blind. We are at the point where we know we have to marry. We love each other but if we get married we have to leave our families. We don't want to hurt them. But we know they won't ever understand. What should we do ? I can't leave without him.

Get married. If he’s the one, and if you’re of age and have career to support the both of you, then get married and make your own life. Plus leaving your family doesn’t mean you won’t ever get to see them ever again. Make sure you still keep in touch and try to visit them as often as you can. 

Sep 7th at 11AM / reblog / 7 notes
  • white people: this is SO spicy
  • me: it's water
Sep 5th at 6PM / via: hassann / op: grownbussy / reblog / 193,794 notes
ah-you-fancy-huh:

lowkeydreamers:

ah-you-fancy-huh:

Fasting and furious 5

When it’s almost Iftar time and you’re not home

The Eid for speed

ah-you-fancy-huh:

lowkeydreamers:

ah-you-fancy-huh:

Fasting and furious 5

When it’s almost Iftar time and you’re not home

The Eid for speed

Sep 4th at 6PM / via: omikijawaani / op: ah-you-fancy-huh / reblog / 19,548 notes

amazayn-grace:

do guys sit around hoping that a girls dupatta or bangles will get caught in their sherwani or is that just not a thing

Sep 2nd at 6PM / via: amazayn-grace / op: amazayn-grace / reblog / 1,190 notes

chaandiniya:

I swear all desi mom’s voice turns x1000 times annoying when they are arguing with you

Aug 31st at 6PM / via: chaandiniya / op: chaandiniya / reblog / 33 notes

reallymadrid:

and here is a friendly reminder: no south indian says “yenna rascala”. thats not even a thing. “yenna” does not mean what bollywood has taught you it means. nobody says “rascala” either, smh. stop saying that, thinking you are imitating us or whatever. we will only laugh at you for being an idiot.

Aug 30th at 6PM / via: reallymadrid / op: reallymadrid / reblog / 22 notes
Found this on pintrest…really old but a true classic.

Found this on pintrest…really old but a true classic.

  • Random people, all the time: Where are you from?
  • Me: I grew up in Genesee, just west of Golden.
  • People: But like where are you originally from?
  • Me: Oh, I was born in Richmond.
  • People: But where are you... You know, from from?
  • Me: ...Um... My mother's womb?