Scroll down to recall middle class moments in your life:
Difference between 20rs haircut and 200rs haircut: The latter understands that your neck is not an immovable object awaiting infinite force
— Biswa Kalyan Rath (@kalyanrath) May 12, 2016
The most cruel joke humans have played on their fellow man is making you write the word “only” at the end of an amount on a cheque
— Rohan (@mojorojo) July 9, 2016
Flight fare rules: Refundable
Airlines cancellation fee: 2500
Website fee: 500
Why did you do this fee: 200
Refund money: 2 eclairs
— dorku (@Dorkstar) April 7, 2016
How People Know Winters Have Come
Rich: The dogs’ cold
Poor: The fog on the footpath
Middle Class: Parachute Oil ain’t liquid anymore.
— Sand-d Singh (@Sand_In_Deed) November 23, 2015
If we have to select one thing that we Indians make the best in the world, it has to be the glue for stickers on steel vessels.
— Soumya (@soumyaBha_t) January 25, 2016
In India, ATM is at the feet of our elders.
— 👾 (@oothikicha) January 30, 2015
Waiting for more exotic Paper Boat flavors:
Maggi ka bacha hua pani
Kal raat ka raita
Pehli biwi ke haath ki chai
Drinks and memories™ :’)
— 😏 (@krazyfrog) May 12, 2016
A nail cutter is an object you’ll find lying around everywhere all the time until you actually need to use it.
— Mihir (@mihirmodi) July 30, 2016
I’m just a girl, standing in front of guy asking him to move aside so she can have better access to the naan in the lunch buffet.
— Aditi Mittal (@awryaditi) August 11, 2015
*Returns from World Tour*
Mom – Ghar se jo paani ki bottle di thi, wo kahan chhod aaya?
— Sagar (@sagarcasm) September 13, 2016
Life cycle of clothes in India :
R. I. P
— Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) September 13, 2013
A Burrito is basically rajma chawal with salad wrapped inside a rumali roti. It’s so Punjabi that you might as well call it a BBRRRRITO.
— Casual Rajat 💊 (@Extranaut) July 22, 2015
Age 15: “I’ll be the next Bill Gates”
Age 20: “I’ll meet Bill Gates one day”
Age: 25: “I’ll order chole bhature for lunch today”
— Akshar (@AksharPathak) September 17, 2015
Me:*cleans house*replaces bedsheets*rolls round rotis*paints grandma’s toenails*
Ma: Hum tumhare jitne the tab hum roller coaster banate the
— placentaur (@4ngery) June 5, 2015
An Indian wedding reception must be the happiest day of vanilla ice cream’s life.
— 💯Priya (@supaarwoman) July 30, 2013
Apart from Urdu, a five star menu is probably the only time anyone reads from right to left.
— Sahil Shah (@SahilBulla) April 26, 2016
15 yrs ago
Me: paise do na dance class join karunga
Baap: chal be padhaai kar
Him: Wo dance show pe tere jitne bachche kya naachte hai
— Rohan (@TheFookFace) October 12, 2013
Audi: We have 12 air bags, safety controls, safety sensors, safety parking assist, safet..
Maruti 800: We have Durga Maa on dashboard.
— Anurag Verma (@kitAnurag) February 19, 2015
*Interval at theatre *
Rich people: *Order popcorn, pepsi, burger*
Me: *Goes to toilet, comes back & watches ads like never seen before*
— Ojas. (@Ojasism) December 9, 2015
Dear Customer, Your Ac XXXXXXXXXXXX is credited with INR HAHAHAHA on 31 May – SALARY FOR MAY. Your Net Available Bal is INR HAHAHAHA.
— amrtsh (@floydimus) May 31, 2013
An Indian aunty’s G-spot lies in free dhaniya mirch.
— Poor Spoiled Brat (@TheLastPeg) February 6, 2016
I am so middle class that when someone talks about Apple first thing comes to my mind is “150 rs Kilo ho gaye hai yaar “
— TheFrustratedIndian (@FrustIndian) September 9, 2016
My new maid switches the fan back on after she’s done sweeping the room. I think I am in love.
— Bachelor Bajirao (@bizzarebhide) February 16, 2014
Driving on the wrong side of the road is how most Indians live their American dream.
— Moon (@moonsez) May 12, 2015
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