You might be married to a Indian if…

13. You see “chicken marsala” on the menu, think of masala and get excited.

12. While shopping, you find yourself saying “I can get this cheaper in India”.

11. You don’t blink an eye calling people who aren’t your relatives as aunty and uncle.

10.  You watch movies just for the songs.

9. You know what IST is, and you plan get togethers for at least an hour before you want it to start.

8. People begin to notice that your wardrobe has become more colourful.

7. When you’re sick, you reach for ginger tea instead of cough syrup

6. You use words like “ulta” and “chalta hai” because there’s just no better way to put it.

5. You prefer to get your eyebrows shaped by an Indian woman with a thread/string

4. You know the difference between parsley and cilantro

3. You’re not surprised when a friend goes for vacation and comes back with a new bride.

2. You can easily pronounce names like Venkataramanan Balasubramanian

And last but not least….

1. You’re an expert at the squat-and-pee.

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~ by honeybeeluvsjackfruit on November 5, 2008.

6 Responses to “You might be married to a Indian if…”

  1. Totally hilarious, honeybee – I loved it. I’ve tagged you on a meme;
    please come by and check my post with the rules and play along if you are so inclined. If not – no worries – but it would be fun to learn more about you. Cheers!

  2. Oh my God this is unbelievable! What you have written is hitting home completely to the Indian transplant in the US! I plan to visit very often here. LOVE it!

  3. Hi Elizabeth. Good to see you again. I would love to play along! Give me a few days to think up some answers 🙂

    Thanks RBK. Do come back and hopefully we will have some updates. Will be visiting you very soon too!

  4. Great list!

    My husband loves to make rasam when we feel we are about to get sick-lots of ginger, lots of chilis. Delicious and seems to work.

    I’m still working on the parsley vs. cilantro one : )

  5. MMM rasam! Welcome to the site Minnie.

  6. I’m in awe of the Indians who squat & pee on a moving train. Simply amazed.

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