Web Desk: Pakistan and India used internet to spread their ‘Desi Culture’ through relateable and witty tweets.
They used hashtag #desiculture and shared their desi perspectives to elaborate what they think ‘desi culture’ is. From funny to thought-provoking, the tweets have it all covered.
Here are some interesting Desi things what people tweet.
‘Desi culture is keeping your clocks 10 mins ahead and still being late’.
Someone tweets, “Desi rishta hunting culture is wanted an ‘educated woman’ with a degree as a spouse/daughter in law but not giving her the choice between being a homemaker or a professional in her field.”
Wife: can I go out tomorrow night with my friends?
Husband: I’ll let you know in the morning…
*asks mummy if the wife can go* #DesiCulture
— Zeenat Kaji (@RealBumbleZee) December 7, 2017
desi culture is pretending you dont have a life when your relatives visit you
— lemon (@muteista) December 1, 2017
Desi culture is taking off the tape from gifts and mithai ke dhabbey so carefully that you reuse the wrapping paper again.
— nyancat (@roobadildooba) December 15, 2017
desi culture is planning a lunch with your family or friends and then cancelling and changing it to dinner last minute because no one can make it that early.
— Asma (@roleoasmalia) December 6, 2017
Desi girl culture is keeping your shit together when your relatives talk about your rishta in front of you as if you’re not in the room and you have to pretend like you’re “open” to the idea of marriage.
Ffs please eat your biryani and leave.
— ilsa x anam (@ilsa_ahmedd) December 4, 2017
Desi culture is time being 7 o’ clock and your mom telling it’s 10 o’clock
— Harridan (@brawling_virago) December 3, 2017