Offishall

July 29, 2015   Comments (0)
 

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Classic! I love that they managed to spell the hardest word right, but not the rest ๐Ÿ™‚ย 
I know, I know, the guy stenciling it on is probably illiterate, but the lettering is still funny. Thanks for the entertainment Delhi ‘govrment’!

 
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Neither a beggar …

November 28, 2014   Comments (1)
 
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Borrow

In the Grand Palace, Bangkok, a mysterious edict near the entryway. Whatever could they mean?

P.s. We saw perfectly marked ATM’s everywhere. Is this the rogue machine that calls a spade a spade? Is this the ‘rage against the machine’ machine?

 
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beware

November 29, 2013   Comments (0)
 

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This is the welcome mat outside a friend’s house. The irony is that the wife bought it. Consider yourself warned.

(p.s. Rohini, this one’s for you! Congratulations and all good wishes to you both.)

 
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tequila

March 13, 2013   Comments (1)
 

Shahjahan
this made me giggle, especially since I’ve been so closely involved with the Mughals at work. Taken at the Good Earth’s cafe, The Tasting Room, in Mumbai

 
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Neigh!

February 4, 2013   Comments (1)
 

Tardeo, Mumbai. What can I even say, except I’m sure I’m not the only one quivering in anticipation…

 
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literally

January 25, 2013   Comments (3)
 

How very literal ๐Ÿ™‚ Spaniards-Bharatiya bhai bhai ๐Ÿ˜€ (the Al Hambra, Granada)

 
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crrunchy

May 9, 2012   Comments (0)
 

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Crrunchy AND frrunchy, too!? What do you say this tagline was thought up by a Punjabi? (probably the “chachaji” for whom the brand is named). ๐Ÿ˜€

 
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psychic

May 7, 2012   Comments (0)
 

psychicAlso from Rishikesh, this machine purports to read your mind, calibrate your thoughts (see the odometers?) and then broadcast your past, present and future through the headphones ๐Ÿ˜€ I loved it. For 20 bucks, I was told that the things I was worried about would resolve themselves, my health would improve and I’d become rich. ๐Ÿ˜€ Paisa wasooli ๐Ÿ™‚

 
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don’t!

May 5, 2012   Comments (0)
 

beenceso if you can read Hindi, I’ll assume your first impulse was to take your tea and snacks down to the Ganga’s ย edge, along with your trusty cake of Medimix soap, and then really laugh loudly and kick up a huge ruckus. Even if we weren’t already laughing out loud, everyone who read this sign out loud was laughing by the time they finished ๐Ÿ˜€ Big Brother is Watching Mother Ganga!

 
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Churan

February 13, 2012   Comments (3)
 

churan Mmmm. ๐Ÿ˜€ all kinds of ‘digestives’ on display at the Prabhadevi Fair. I’m reminded how someone I know used to use the hing goli, which really is a farty, tarty affair as penalty points during gaming. They would make their colleagues eat one if he accidentally killed someone on his own team.
Anyway, besides the usual suspects of mango, anardana (pomegranate), jeera, hing, ginger, awla, saunf, there’s also local flavor with kokum goli. Yummy!

P.s. I still do miss cinnamon hearts… that blossom in grocery stores across America at this time of year ;D

 
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