There are some things that only really seem normal to people who deal with Delhi 24/7.
Delhi the glorious capital of the magnificent country having such an amazing crowd that has their own way of doing certain things. some of them are :
The Common Words of Delhi
Khassi – Basically means looser, ‘piddi’. “kaisa khassi sa boyfriend hai tera”.
Bhasad – A situation , mostly trouble. It can be used as a verb, adjective, noun and anyway you want to use it. “Bhai kaha h tu aaja yaar bhasad hogai”.
Jugaad – For others Jugaad is just a setting, fixing things up. But Delhi, it functions on Jugaad, right from the top class to a sabziwala everyone functions on Jugaad.
Falana Dhimkana – It’s not a word its two words used together which according to a Delhiite means et-cetera et-cetera, How? I mean How? That’s not even Hindi, those words don’t have a meaning.
Bhund – People get drunk, they get ‘talli’. But Delhi people, they get bhund. “tujhe kya yaad hai tu to bhund thee”.
Brand – Using branded things, wearing branded clothes is a necessity for a Delhiite and letting other people know about what brand they are using or wearing is a compulsion.
iPhone – Everybody there has to have an iPhone. Knows how to use it or not, needs one or not , those are secondary things. I guess it’s the ringtone they are obsessed with.
Metro – A term that has to be there in every discussion that takes place between a Delhiite and a person for any other city. Delhi has a ‘Metro’ that’s it no further discussion.
Clubbing – its is a solution to everything. Anything happens, ‘Anything’ the resulting statement in every situation would be “Let’s go Clubbing”.
Things a Delhiite loves to do
- Every conversation will mostly start with words like MC,BC,c***iye etc.
- Bhabi hai teri
- Itni aukat teri bhai ko hath lagye ga
- Car playing punjabi songs with bass tube
- Aaj shaam ka program set hai
- Bhaiya 30 rs ka petrol daal do
- Bhai panga hogya
- Racing at india gate after 1:00 AM
- Fighting for change/discount from autowala and rickshaw puller
- Night time parathas at moolchand.