- 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*
When you finally become the one child that all the others are supposed to look up to
Excuse me while I go get bleach to dye my skin white and feel this privilege and not worry about desi culture
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.
- white people: this is SO spicy
- me: it's water
Fasting and furious 5
When it’s almost Iftar time and you’re not home
The Eid for speed
do guys sit around hoping that a girls dupatta or bangles will get caught in their sherwani or is that just not a thing
I swear all desi mom’s voice turns x1000 times annoying when they are arguing with you
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.
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?