The United States of Irony

January 29, 2012

These are the views of two graduate students suffering from excessive amounts of assignment and lack of sleep and who share a common yearning for good food, some noise on the streets and a dirty road.
PS: Hot girls who think that this post is funny, Mr. Chan is largely responsible for it. Please feel free to contact him at @chancr7 – that would make his day.
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221 Responses to “The United States of Irony”

  1. ak said

    Super! πŸ™‚
    “Confessions of a beautiful mind”!

  2. Dinesh said

    This is brilliant! Ultimate comedy!!

  3. vijay03 said

    ROFL! Completely agree with all of it πŸ™‚ The moar kozhambu and the suprabatham are spot on πŸ™‚ After coming here, I find myself learning more and more about our culture that I so took for granted back home.

    • Lady Kedi said

      True. And we miss such trivial things.

    • Pashtuni said

      This is so stereotypical. You talk about madrasi food as if south Indians were the only people qualified to go to US universities. Tell you what, south Indians are the most mediocre Indian people ever.

      • jyoso said

        Your reply has been the most knowledgeable and non stereotypical I have ever encountered. You must be a very well educated and intelligent person. I would encourage you to write your version of such a cartoon, I am sure ppl will laugh at you.

      • Hari said

        Why this kolaveri? Got a south indian gf who ditched you?

      • karthik said

        typical north indian

      • wonderful respect for others, is this how they teach you to behave in north india???

      • shamanth said

        You are accusing her of being stereotypical and immediately calling all south Indians Madrasis. The irony is too much to take in.

      • B P Mishra said

        Guys stop fighting. The writer happens to be from Chennai so has referred to food of the region. I am sure any person from any other part of our country would have done the same thing. Learn to appreciate the diversity of our country.

      • KaattuBoochi said

        A north indian usually mentions dal-roti, bollywood to be representative of India … and south indians are like, ok fine we do like that stuff.
        A south indian does the same by mentioning the local cuisine (inadvertently btw), and the north indian looses his mind, calls her racist, logically arrives at the fact that all south indians are mediocre. Well said, but please go back to your living under the rock. Take some more time to evolve, no hurry.
        While we’re at it, do taste the morkozhambu and paruppu usuli, IMfuckingHO you’ll like it, but most probably won’t come out here and accept it.

      • Dude you have got some serious issues. “South Indians are the most mediocre Indian people ever” I strictly disagree with that. Look around for a bit and do the math yourself and you will see that they are the most hardworking and successful people in the US. Even I am a north Indian and could not relate to the Rasam and all the south Indian food but I can understand the humor. I hope you will too.. Someday.. πŸ˜‰

      • Ritesh said

        Dude.. calm the eff down! That’s one of the most ignorant comments I’ve read in a while. And I’m North Indian.

      • Samantha said

        You’re taking this comic way too seriously and missing its intended purpose. I had no idea what the author was talking of in terms of local food but the point of the post was conveyed.
        It speaks of how we take things for granted while at home and how we believe the grass is greener on the other side.

        India is filled with diversity. Just as you think other countries and their people have something unique to offer, understand that each state does the same. It would be prudent of you to look past prejudice and stereotypes.

  4. Naren said

    Legendary!!!

  5. vpalepu said

    loved the last one…

  6. jayashree said

    Nicely written !

  7. ash said

    Semma πŸ™‚

  8. akash said

    super.I am thinking of coming to US…:-)

  9. Krish said

    wonderfully written! πŸ™‚
    infact, its just what everyone in India thinks abt their pals in the US πŸ™‚

  10. Shabnam said

    Kickass! Love it πŸ™‚

  11. Hasini said

    Ultimate KickOff!! yet another from lady kedi…keep going πŸ™‚

  12. Arvind said

    And she’s back!! I was hoping grad school wouldn’t stop you from writing!

  13. Vaidyanathan said

    You.Are.Awesome.

  14. Sriram Raghavan said

    Lolz.. Loved it. πŸ™‚ Pretty much the same situation in You-Yess, Singapur or You-Gay.. πŸ˜‰

  15. Ejaz said

    semma da chandra… πŸ™‚

  16. indri said

    U.S.A –> U.S.I. In-depth comparison! Keep writing πŸ™‚

  17. Arunkumar said

    wah wah wah !!!

  18. Abhinav said

    You put what i’m feeling into an internet meme. I went to the Pittsburgh Balaji temple last week, for the above mentioned reason alone! πŸ˜€ its awesome!

  19. archana said

    omg!! awesome! πŸ™‚

  20. Divya said

    super cool compilation!

  21. awesomely written ! n esp. the blog title’s too catchy ! πŸ˜€

    ATB ! keep posting !

  22. poisule said

    What crap!! It is not universally applicable – the one thing I’ve noticed Indian students in the US do is to denigrate themselves by making self-effacing jokes. Which I find disgusting – you dont have to call yourself poor or act cheap or any such thing – change your mindset, when in rome, do as the Romans do!!

  23. Sai said

    Awesome!! πŸ™‚ 😦

  24. Lady Kedi said

    Thank you πŸ™‚ .

  25. Kirklops said

    First panel; I hear you, boss, I hear you!

  26. urpalvenki said

    Nice post ! However i still find many people adjusting very well here. Either they get used to this culture or make sure they maintain their culture without disturbing others. Though everything in this post are spot on, i still find that our predecessors talking about the same problems has led us to believe that we experience the same. Its one’s own decisions that decides one’s life. (My own view about this topic.No offence)

  27. Prateek Shrivastava said

    Reblogged this on The Intellectual Omnivore.

  28. Could relate to EVERY word that was said there.. and also im homesick from the recent India trip..! *sigh*..!

  29. nurona said

    really cool. thank you for the hilarious post.. LOL, i cant stop to laugh and good news “I recognized that life isnt easy” Thank..really nice πŸ˜€

  30. Charanya said

    spot on! esp the stark diff on the way assignments are handled here in the US! this is everyone’s story then! (not only mine!!) πŸ˜›

  31. excellent one. πŸ™‚ So much details.

  32. Ashok said

    LoL….! Awesome Max…

  33. Dev said

    I don’t agree with this list at all. I didn’t do anything from the column2 (in You-Yess) except that I submitted my own work (Wikipedia is not a good source).

    I graduated with a good GPA and had 2 job offers before graduation.

    P.S.: I went to school in Florida. πŸ˜›

  34. krishiyers said

    Awesomeness. Now my idea of going to the so called YOU-YES is a matter of concern.

  35. Aditya D said

    So true !!!

  36. swamy said

    nice.. i like it..

  37. “Never attend a social gathering… now attend every other function for free food..” i know what you did ther πŸ˜‰ !

  38. lakshmimeyyappan said

    super!!!!!! – i thought of my son sai only here

  39. Ananth said

    nice one da. Hope u r not feeling as bad as the guy in the 2nd column.

  40. Chidambaram said

    Bang!!!!!!! Right on spot!!!!!!

  41. Karan said

    Reality!!! on the Face!!! truly said . i am sick of my friends in india inquiring from me about the american chicks!!! may be sharing this blog will help me out!! πŸ™‚

  42. Hari said

    Samathu to reply all the comments. Also reveals how vetti you are. But why such a large gap between the previous and current post? Request you to write more.

  43. Akyl said

    dat was hilarious. πŸ™‚

  44. Awesome! Keep up the good work! :p πŸ˜€

  45. sherkhan said

    ha ha ha

  46. Hilarious and totally true KD!!! I hope you’re aware that this post has gone viral and has already become a sleeper hit.

    Please write more!

  47. Aswin said

    @lady kedi: namma secret lam ipdi open a solla kudathu πŸ˜€ nice one anyway πŸ™‚

  48. But then, you guys do get Hulu and NetFlix .. :D. Who needs torrents then? πŸ˜‰

  49. karthik said

    WOw 100 % true… especially the pizza and torrents stuffs… good job…!!! keep it up… would suggest ppl, phdcomics.com for masters students jokes in general….!!

  50. Jobin Thomas said

    That is ridiculously funny.. πŸ™‚ Kudos on capturing a wide array of situations.

  51. Senthil said

    πŸ˜€ Just so you know, your blog is going viral on fb now, being shared by just about every indian grad student in the us.Website visitor hit counter inneram egiriyirukumme. πŸ˜€ En homepage fulla lady kedi oda shares thaan. Pattaya kalapputhu..
    πŸ˜€

  52. Avinash Singh said

    Average piece. This could be applied to every person who goes into a foreign land. Those who can wear Ralph Lauren will wear it anyway.

  53. Harshid Sridhar said

    Reblogged this on HARSHID SRIDHAR.

  54. venkatesh said

    awesome stuff! pittsburgh kovil pulisadam was awesome this weekend as well.

  55. Laughed so much at the “parents becoming expert”, also the last panel was brilliant. This applies to us Nepalis too.

  56. this is legendary stuff! i am a grad student for almost 2.5 years now and i can feel all of it! i am following ur blog…! πŸ™‚
    are u registered in indiblogger.in? if not, you should…the biggest indian blogging forum..

    • Lady Kedi said

      I did not really like Indiblogger. But it is a good site if you want to popularize your blog πŸ™‚

      • ya of course it is for popularity…and meeting other bloggers…its your choice πŸ™‚
        but once again, great stuff…keep them coming…
        since i ain’t graduating for another few months…this would be helpful πŸ˜€

  57. Amrit said

    Put feet ba! Engayyooooooo poiteenga boss! πŸ˜€

  58. Dated a white chick – check

    Already knew about exhorbitant phone charges. Didn’t buy iPhone.

    Enjoyed snow! Posted lotsa photos on Facebook (Just snowed for two days here)

    What is Saravana store?

    Philly steak and quesadillas are awesome!

    Streaming does the work.

    Seriously never heard about baby sitting advisors’ kids

    I look forward to skyping with family and friends every weekend.

    Seriously, laundry every 2-3 weeks > laundry every week back in India. Neither one needs to cook every day.

    Still don’t attend social gatherings. Tech talks are awesome for free pizza.

    There is no Hindu temple in my state. So haven’t visited one since I came here.

    Attending lectures is one of the best parts of the degree

    Even my parents don’t know Zuckerberg

    Again, studying is for what one is here. One shouldn’t be looking to copy from Wikis

    What’s Suprabhatam?!

    • Lady Kedi said

      1. It snows at least twice a week here. And the rest of the time, there is residual snow. So.

      2. Everyone knows how costly iPhone is. And about the bills. You made a clever decision. We people are anything but thrifty and like showing off more than saving up 😦

      3. Saravana Stores is a shop in Chennai, well known all over TN, where people throng to buy cheap stuff. It is like Big Bazaar in that it sells clothes, furniture, jewellery, electronics…everything. It is cheap, sub standard and crowded beyond imagination.

      4. Philly Steak and quesadillas *are* awesome. It’s just that, you start craving for homemade food after a point.

      5. Yes, streaming does the work. As someone else pointed out above, there is Netflix and Hulu too.

      6. Oh, I have heard of that. I have heard of advisor’s calling you at 11 in the night to ask you to fix their printer. Again, exceptions and highly rare cases.

      7. I know parents who expect you to Skype every day. And ask the same questions every day.

      8. The only choice I get when it comes to free pizza is the chewy cheese pizza, which does bore you even if it is free.

      9. I haven’t visited a temple either. But when you visit a temple, you do (or most people do) look forward to the prasad.

      10. I have attended some wonderful lectures here. I have also attended many in which I had to sit clueless in class. I have no qualms, none at all, about the quality of education here.

      11. If not Zuckerberg, what about Bill Gates? I thought all Grandparents liked to boast.

      12. Well, when we have copied from wiki every time we were given an assignment, it is hard to adapt. Because your brain has become blunt, and because you were comfortably lazy before. The best part is, we roll up our sleeves, dust off the debris and do our best.

      13. Suprabhatham is the song they play in Tirupati which is sung by M.S. Subbulakshmi. It is played in majority of the households and temples in Southern India (at least TN) early in the morning.

      I think you are a very cheery guy who does not like to complain. Some times, ranting takes off the burden. And when you rant, your logic fails at places and you take your generalization too far. Hope I clarified to your satisfaction.

      Importantly, I meant no offence to anyone at all.

      • Ha, I do understand that the point of the post was humor and no offence was taken. But most of the things are so cliche I just didn’t find them funny enough. There are very few Indians at my university and I don’t anyone the way you are describing πŸ˜›

        To some of the posters saying below about rich parents ect, I am actually fuding my own masters after working for two years and loans.

        I do miss home made food. But I guess I have become an excellent cook!

        Also, I don’t think my parents know Bill Gates as well. May be my dad would know him, but he is reasonable enough with his expectations πŸ˜€

        BTW, the pizzas we get here for tech talks are quite good. Also most of the times we have food from an Indian restaurent which is a nice change (although not as good as back home).

    • Pashtuni said

      I totally see you bro. This post is a over-exaggeration. I’m not sure to whose humor or intellect it appeals to. Half the graduate students in the US have rich parents in India – they are not poor. A lot of them have handsome scholarships. Not everyone’s parents are a pain in the ass.

      The Indian mentality during college is to bunk classes, not take courses and projects seriously – and that’s why we are mediocre. And you know why we do this? Because our parents pay for our college education.

      And I don’t even want to talk about Indian women in the US. Half of them are fugly and the other half are pseduo, bordering on obnoxious. Ever heard of an Indian woman living in the US having sex on the first date? No. Because your values prevent you to do that. BUT you want to sound cool and do shit as if you were living the American dream. Truth is you will either end up working for a mid-sized company in the US or come back to India where you will be paid as much as an undergraduate with certain years of experience.

      This is a post for losers. Sigh

      • Senthil said

        This post was obviously satirical, however in no means is it over-exaggeration. The rich graduate students you refer too are probably Master’s students who can afford to pay the fees, however there are a huge number of Ph.D and M.S students who come here on bank loans, and this I believe is the author’s target audience.
        I can’t disagree with your statement on indian mentality, except that the above statement is the romanticized filmy view of college, and not always reflective of real life – the equivalent of the image here that college is one long booze fest filled with sex/drugs as well. While that does happen, there are the students that really do study.
        Your first statements regarding the physical appearance of indian women is obviously a personal opinion, and so I accept that. Your eg of sex on the first date is grossly over interpreted as the american dream. Is that what you think the american dream is? Not the concept of a self sufficient life, independence, but sex on the first date?
        πŸ™‚ I believe you are confusing the american dream with compromising cultural values, when the main goal is to simply strike a balance between the indian roots and the american culture/lifestyle.

      • Charanya said

        having all said n done..whatever happened to taking things on a lighter vein?!! somewhere down the line the sense of humor seems to have vanished! :/

      • RZ 500 said

        “your values prevent you to do that” .Guys Don’t bother reading his posting cause that guy apears to be out of India and his only intention is to downgrade India and Indians in General.
        Pashtuni your name sounds like you are from Pakistan, so for once your comments are forgiven since we all know the ‘level’ of Pakistanis.
        Since you don’t know anything about ‘us’ or you thnk living with ‘us’ for a few years in graduate school tells you somethng about us then you are wrong.
        Idea of having ‘Sex’ on first date tells me that you think women as disposable pleasures in life and tells a lot about the type of person you’r in real life.
        Although i could have smashed you in this post but considering your a Paki and by the way people from ur country try and pass of as Indians in USA, thats a slap to your culture.Period.

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  60. Manjula said

    is it so? well revealed reality!!
    Everyone wanting go to U-S must know these facts.

  61. Sandy said

    finally, something that makes me feel glad for not applying in the USI πŸ˜€ see ya sooon!

  62. Vaazhkai-la romba adipattrukkel pola. πŸ˜€

  63. arzvi said

    Ah.. those 4 semesters… back in the day.. Awesom comddyyyyy…. esp ‘wearing western cloths / indian cloths for ISA’. haha Wear kobe jersey in home, kurta during diwali parties πŸ™‚

    We need more e need more.. vatha kuzhambu, parupu usili. i was laughing my backside aappppp…

  64. Stanford Grad said

    Awesome Post! Kudos to LadyKedi. Hilarious and fairly accurate too! Please post more often :)!

  65. Simply Brilliant, You managed to catch the ‘best’ of both worlds!

  66. You forgot creating pointless blogs and updating them everyday in a futile attempt to maintain a sense of connection back home. But really good post.

  67. Chintan Shah said

    Hahahahaha.. Rofl… Nice 1..

  68. ravindra said

    ROFL.. funny but its damn true

  69. Ujjwal said

    As an aspiring grad student I say: CHALLENGE ACCEPTED.

  70. Lady Kedi said

    Hi to anyone who is reading this,

    Please do not discriminate or put down North or South Indians. If there are a 100 faults with North Indians, there are going to be the same 100 faults with South Indians. I can sense a feud brewing and I really do not want to have been the instigator. I meant NO OFFENCE to anyone at all.

    So, I may have to block people who repeatedly comment hurtful things. I am also seriously thinking of moderating comments.

    Let us read it, laugh at it and not assume multiple meanings of what Chan and I may have meant.

    LK

  71. Archith Venu said

    awesome! πŸ˜€ i ll be in the you-yes next year hopefully.. lookin forward to the myriad experiences πŸ™‚

  72. Rads said

    LOL came here via blogadda…I’ve been in US for 3 yrs now n this is my 3rd winter n I still go brr…you’re so right about winters, they’re no fun at all…and there isn’t anything fashionable about them either…my friends in India think I’m having fun playing the snow…and even though its cold I do take pics of them n post on fb :D…but its so damn beautiful…coming from overly crowded and dusty roads does that to you I guess…anyways I could go on like this and it’ll be a blog post here…so I’ll stop…nice blog btw..subscribed!

  73. krishiyers said

    Reblogged this on My Open Space and commented:
    Hahhaha Funny and True

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  76. ExamsKing said

    Couldn’t be written any better. Reading this post reminds me of my old room mate! He always kept talking about this. I will forward this article to him. Pretty sure he will have a good read. Thanks for sharing!000-m96

  77. Gourav Gupta said

    insanely funny(probably, the funniest one I have come across.. :D) and yet, a tell-tale about the grass which looks extraordinarily green from here.. lol.. πŸ™‚
    good luck for the assignments this weekend.

  78. Athinthra said

    @LK….
    sooper dooper awesome post!!!!! Eppdi ippdi laam???? BTW enna madhiri US aspirants vayithula puliya karaikuradhula appdi enna sandosam unakku???

  79. RZ 500 said

    Thats an awesome post Lady-Kedi…except perhaps the adviser part i cannot agree more with everything that you have.

    Also mention something about the obscene cost of textbooks here, but there r ways of avoiding that!

    And to all those who cannot find humor in this post, well don’t bother to reply Please!!

  80. LMAO.. This is one Classic post in the making (well,, Made)..

    “Research” into subject matter is top class…

  81. Skannd Tyagi said

    This is so incredibly true, i think they should show this when counseling for studying in the US to disillusioned prospective UGs and PG aspirants. haha nicely done!

  82. I Quit Driving said

    Loved reading this. Loved the humor!

    I had the same situation moving from Delhi to Bangalore. Now, before you all flame me, I know, I know, this comment might hurt some of you, but its as true for me as it was true for the writer of this blog post. I just wonder how exasperating it would’ve been had the transition were to the US.

  83. I’m studying in Singapore right now, and studied at CMU for 6 months. All this is so astonishingly true it’s.. almost not funny :p

    Good work.

  84. OH SO AMAZING !! Fantastic Stuff!! COOOOOLLL!!

  85. Jussri said

    If not totally but can partly relate to it. πŸ™‚ Brilliantly funny .Loved the presentation. Remembered the ‘write the differences between’ section of high school exams. πŸ™‚
    Hope you can get enuf money very soon to do all the things on the right hand column and also wishing that you get a hot chic πŸ™‚

  86. Ramamurthy said

    I was referred to this blog by a friend.You are really funny and I loved reading it.I migrated to this country almost 40 years back and still things are the same.Hang on there and you will get used the life sooner than you expect.With best wishes

  87. Muthu said

    good work!!

  88. bladenomics said

    Hilarious post. Despite having lived here all my life, I don’t find humor in the lifelessness of the middle east to even have a laugh out of it! Gud stuff ! Keep ’em coming.

  89. Miki said

    Good one!!
    Miss those days when we did this photoshop work together !!!

  90. paragb said

    Reblogged this on The Great Oil Dream and commented:
    Awesome Post and very close to what I am discovering right now !

  91. Kriss said

    Empathizing from beginning to the end! excellent wrk. By d way R u single KD Lady? πŸ˜‰

  92. paragb said

    Its all true!
    Im rebloging this at theoildream.wordpress
    Hope you dont mind that!

  93. Shishir said

    πŸ™‚ Don’t think you have out on any! Good work. Would love to see more!

  94. Nakul J said

    I am going to do MS in US in fall this yr, the left ones were similar to my thoughts πŸ˜› especially the iPhone one πŸ˜€
    now MS looks tougher 😦

  95. Lady,

    I started this blog which I don’t want you to think is “inspired” from this post of yours. Because it might as well be. :\ Just letting you know so that I might have the edge in a legal battle that we might fight. πŸ˜›

    Yours,
    A fellow blogger

  96. Tinuhistory said

    Then, why is that being in India we are shown a different world all together.Grass may be greener at the other side.But, to most of us, it always seems that Life is best@USA,Canada and other foreign countries.Why is it so??

  97. You know what really grinds my gears?? When you heard over to a disc/party and hope to get jiggy-wiggy with a firang, only to be more depressed and feel racially inferior!
    <>

    • Vicky said

      Is it really difficult to score some white chicks in USA? What do you think is the reason? I have a friend who wants to do MS in USA simply to date caucasians haha. I would hate to break his bubble.

  98. Shankar said

    ayyo raama! Lovely post!

  99. Sush said

    Considering that I’m in the final year UG and going to do my MS, this hurts bad.

    Great post though. Love the style of writing.

  100. This is so true! πŸ˜€
    Loved it! πŸ™‚

  101. Laavanya said

    This is brilliant!
    Considering how I’m beginning grad school and dosa maavu powder is the best I can get.

  102. This, currently is the story of my life. Severely EPIC post. Thank you so much. God bless you.

  103. This is brilliant! I can relate to some of those!

  104. abexotic said

    This is Brilliant! I can relate with some of them!

  105. Da Mambers said

    I lived abroad after undergrad for 5 years. This is so true for every culture! It’s so amazing what you take for granted (peanut butter) that you can’t find in other countries (Japan).

  106. Sugar, Spice, and everything so supremely wise.

  107. arjun saxena said

    well written but u r assuming the people who go abroad all go for PG studies.. UG has party scenes at frat parties..

  108. Shrikant said

    true…………………this post will be understood especially by the pure vegetarian brahmins from india. especially those who are strict veg and those from pallakad district of kerala

  109. sgbol said

    Reblogged this on Stack Trace.

  110. Priya said

    OMG!!!!! So hillarious and true…. πŸ™‚

  111. reddy said

    The post is so true. great work. Hope everyone who has interest to leave India to pursue their careers, read these once at least…..

  112. wtf said

    yea yea(boring)

  113. Pavan Karthik said

    Ive never been to the “You-Yess” but alwz wanted to go there , there is a lot more freedom there compared to the Prison ive been living in here for 19 years. Atleast I would go out with girls not fearing someone would call my mom and tell them 😦

  114. Saurabh said

    This is brilliant! So relates to my life at CMU…

  115. Hilarious in its own right!
    To the ‘gre score facebook status updaters’ this shall be the apt comment!
    And if this the reality, then the Amrikka Maapillais are going to looked down quite badly. And that, rightly so!

    Made my day, the post πŸ™‚

  116. SG said

    that point #1.2 .. is that really true ? may be Europe a better choice than US in this regard. πŸ˜›

  117. This post is awesome !! Jus graduated and can relate to almost everything !! Wonderfully written πŸ™‚

  118. Vineet Pinnamaneni said

    This was wonderful!! Thank you very much for taking the trouble to make it!!

  119. Gautham said

    this is awsome

  120. Amith said

    Not all of us come to the US just for the sake of coming to the US. But I see that happening a lot with people nowadays. Don’t know what to do with your life? Do a masters or Phd. Apart from the food craving I disagree with pretty much everything else on this list. If you do not know what you are getting into, you probably should not fly half way round the earth to “study”. I know that this was meant to be funny but I just thought I’d give my opinion. No offense, its just that I get frustrated having to be classified as a typical Indian coming here just for the heck of it.

  121. To all those great minds who have found fault with post.. Take your car and go to hell.. Had a good laugh… kudos.. u dont have to be in US and justify everything… Was funny enough to make me laugh..

  122. Prateek said

    Ahhh the privileged complaining!

  123. Param said

    gud one..liked it.

  124. Suresh said

    n^n^n stud

  125. Not just You-Yess… Yeetalee also!! Hahaha!! Last one is epic!!

  126. Ankit said

    that is world class stufff… a real eye opener

  127. Himanshu Patel said

    Im starting to freak out already 😦

  128. shrumith said

    must say…real good

  129. Sharanya Paulraj said

    Reblogged this on Have some shawarma. .

  130. Kris said

    Gud funny Post πŸ™‚

  131. lol. Looking forward to these experiences πŸ™‚

  132. Rohit said

    lovely post..loved the post .. could relate to most of it.. lol..m not in the US, m down under! but yea..i feel you and everyone who’s gone thorugh this..

    fuk all the guys/girls girls who brought in the topic of south and north indians.. useless racist maggots.. these are the cockroaches we need to squish in our country.. losers!

    again..nice blog!

    ps – others who talk shit – get a life..u don have one anyways..might as well die.. we have a population issue.

  133. πŸ˜€ loved the post….and yes though I am in the middle east…I can relate to everything you said!!!!!

  134. nitin said

    post is worth the pain u took to make it…..comedy!!! (y)

  135. Saurav said

    The whole point is….Its just another stupid south indian trying to show off….If u gys havent noticed…its only the south indians who keep boasting about how good their place is….and also try to show their superiority….no one else tries to prove their region as much as the south indians…especially the ones from CHENNAI….the reason….they know very well that south india is the worst place to live in any way u can imagine…and they are just too naive to accept that fact…so they keep blabbering…this is another one of those….simple…

  136. ram said

    True one.. touching one too

  137. Rishav said

    Really funny,but true.

  138. Arun Iyer said

    Go there for UG courses, then! Will at least take care of problem #1. πŸ™‚

  139. But my sis still wants to go to US.

  140. Roy said

    lol the cold is only in certain parts of the US

  141. You missed the part where they ask us for our Passports in pubs!!

  142. anshul said

    good one….:)

  143. anish said

    semma πŸ˜€ reality sucks πŸ˜€

  144. Vicky said

    Although I haven’t set foot outside India and don’t have any such plans for the near future this was a thoroughly enjoyable post, especially the ppt part LMAO. On a serious note, can someone who’s studying abroad tell me if the experience of studying abroad is as glamorous as my friends make it out to be? I am really depressed as fu*k here looking at my friends uploading photos of them frolicking with hot Indian chicks in the Grand canyon/Rockies Ski Resorts and stuff.

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