Learning English Alfabet The Punjabi Way! ~ Funny Indian Emails

How the Indians in Panjabi state learn their English alfabet…

 

Say them out loud 🙂

 

A is for Aiscreame

 

B is for Backside, and it has nothing to do with your butt. It is an instruction to go to the rear of a building, or block, or shop or whatever.

 

C is for Cloney and its not a process for replicating sheep, nor is its first name George. It is merely an area where people live e.g. ‘Defence Cloney’.

 

D is for the proverbial ‘Dangar da Puttar’

 

E is for Expanditure, the spending of money

 

F is for Fackade, and even though it sounds like a bad word it is actually just the front of a building

 

G is for Gaddi, and the way a Punjabi can pilot his gaddi puts any F1 driver to shame.

 

H is for ‘Ho Jayega Ji’, and the moment you hear that you have to be careful because you can be reasonably sure it’s not going to happen.

 

I is for Intzaar, and to know more about it see P.

 

J is for Jutt, which every Punjabi seems to be.

 

K is for Khanna, Khurana, etc, the Punjabi equivalent of the Joneses

(e.g.’Keeping up with the Khuranas ji’)

 

L is for Loin, the king of the jungle

 

M is for ‘Mrooti’, the car that an entire generation of Punjabis were in love with.

 

N is for ‘No Problem Ji.’ To find out how that works see H.

 

O is for Oye, which can be surprise (Oyye!), a greeting (Oyy!), anger (OYY!) or pain (Oy oy oy…).

 

P is for Punj Mint, and no matter how near (1 km) or far(100 km) a Punjabi is from you he

always says he’ll reach you in punj mint (5 minutes…).

 

Q is for Queue, a word completely untranslatable into Punjabi – does not exist in the culture.

 

R is for Riks, and a Punjabi is always prepared to take one (risk), even if the odds are against him.

 

S is for Sweetie, Sunny, Simmi and Sonu, who seem to own half the cars in Delhi .

 

T is for the official bird of Punjab : Tandoori Chickun.

 

U is for when you lose your sex appeal and become ‘Uncul-ji’

 

V is for VIP phone numbers @ Rs 2 lakhs and counting.

 

W is for Whan, as in ‘Whan are you coming, ji?’

 

X is for the many X-rated words that flow freely in Punjabi conversations.

 

Y is for ‘You nonsanse’, when anger replaces vocabulary in a shouting match.

 

Z is for Zindgi which every Punjabi knows how to live to the fullest.

 

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