Delhi, Bombay and Bihar

Hey guys how are you doing!!! I dont care honestly, but mum said be nice. So……. Here’s a humorous battle between momos, vada pav and litti chokha

You know the amount of content out there about Delhi vs Mumbai is more than the population of both the cities. so, everytime delhi guys makes fun of mumbai folks or vice versa, I find it amusing. I really find it amusing, coz I ain’t from either of the cities.

I from a developed part of this country, the progressive part. BIHAR.

And boy, people are jealous. Whenever I tell them I am from bihar, they act like they’re scared but they are actually jealous. That’s why they hate us.

We are a racist country, you gotta accept it. Everytime a person tells where he is from, a follow up question is there, depending on where, he is from.

Like if you say, you are a bengali, people are like, Ami Tamako bhalo bashe, JAL KHABO, fucking everytime.

You say you’re from Punjab, oye balle balle, Barah baj gye kya! Canada kab ja rha hai. -_-

Wait for the ultimate one, no one in this country is as stereotyped as the “MADRASIS” even if (s)he is fair people will go and ask him ” TU GORA KYU HAI”. The Delhi people, their geography is messed up. This is Delhi, and everything north to it is punjab amd everything south to it is Madras. Bhopal is Madras, Raipur is Madras, Hyderabad definitely madras. Chennai, umm tu srilanka hai saale….

So the follow-up question for us bihari guys, is Tum kon se jail se bhaage ho?? I was in Delhi and a guy said, tum Tu Tihar se Bhaga hai na!!

I said, come on man, don’t be an ass, jail se Bhaga nahi mai, wo log chod diye meko. Mera pocket picketing ka 3 months pura ho gya tha na…..

You’ve to give in to the fact that biharis are intelligent, it’s no surprise that most of nation’s IAS IPs are Biharis. To be honest, there’s not much of career choices available to us. You either be a politician, or be an IAS officer or you sell fruits and veggies. I am a rookie in all the three, and the clan isn’t accepting me. Sigh.

Coming to the Bombay people, man they are hilarious. Their first goal in life is to make fun of Delhi guys. Their hierarchy is something like this, The south Bombay people are the pure bloods, rest of the town is half blood the Thane people are the muggleborns. And Delhi guys are the filthy muggles. But wait, this isn’t the end of the list. We are the last guys of the hierarchy table. The Dothrakis. The tribal uncivilized clans. Huh!!

The one thing that unites the Delhi and bombay people is their shared hatred for the bihari guys.

*Sigh*

That’s that guys. I wanted to start a you tube channel with this content, looks like will have to wait a bit. Please please comment how you felt about this. Thank you.

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65 comments

  1. Abhay · August 7

    Bahut badhiya… In sense we are stereotyped, but its not restricted to India only. When we talk about US or Africa the same stereotype​ is present.
    So it’s the diversity which make us think about all these.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Shaggy · August 7

      Thank you so much Abhay. Really appreciate it.
      😂 You went full dad mode.
      It was just a humorous take, at least I tried making it humorous.
      Glad you liked it, brother.
      Have a rocking day!!!

      Liked by 1 person

      • Abhay · August 7

        Humor is all time the greatest weapon of writers, poets and leaders. Keep it up!

        Liked by 3 people

      • Shaggy · August 7

        Thank you….. Means a lot. 😄😄😄

        Liked by 1 person

  2. my valiant soul · August 7

    Tell me about it!Its a sad truth really.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Shaggy · August 7

      Sad!??? Really??what’s sad??
      Was I this bad.
      I thought it’d be funny…….

      Like

      • my valiant soul · August 7

        Actually the truth is sad and you did a funny job to it!

        Liked by 3 people

      • Shaggy · August 7

        Ooh!! That’s a brilliant cover up😂😂 thank you anyway,
        Glad you liked!!!😊

        Like

      • my valiant soul · August 7

        Like really? Cover up? I guess i am not in a funny mood today.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Shaggy · August 7

        Or I guess my jokes aren’t funny today. Not that they are very funny the other days……

        Liked by 1 person

      • Abhay · August 7

        😂

        Liked by 1 person

      • Shaggy · August 7

        Look, you made him laugh. 😂😂

        Like

  3. Pradita Kapahi · August 7

    This cracked me up! Everything you’ve written here is true. It’s sad but we’re a very very stereotyped country. Do you mind if I reblog this?

    Liked by 3 people

    • Shaggy · August 7

      We are indeed hilariously stereotyped.
      No. I won’t mind at all. I would rather love it.
      Thank you.

      Liked by 1 person

  4. Pradita Kapahi · August 7

    Reblogged this on The Pradita Chronicles and commented:
    I just read this blog post by a friend and I recalled those times when I was the butt of a crass joke because I was from a geographically different area that they knew nothing about. Like the time when I had just moved from Delhi to Maharashtra for my LL.B and my landlord’s son joked about how we North Indians (his exact words were ‘you Punjabis’, meaning everyone from the North is Punjabi) were ill-tempered and ill-educated. Or how one annoying schoolmate used to call me ‘Chinki’ (Chinese) because I hailed from Uttarakhand. Or when someone passed a snide remark on how Garhwali sounds similar to Gharwali…. Ugh!

    Ours is a diverse nation, and though we’d like to call ourselves a ‘secular’ people, we are anything but that. Our parochialism holds a sway over us so strong that even the educated amongst us (like my landlord’s son who was an Engineer by profession) are guilty of perpetuating stereotypes. Take for example the parents of a Punjabi girl who advise her not to seek a Madrasi boy, or the Tam Brams of Tamil Nadu who take pride in what the term stands for, or the notion that all Bengalis must be slow, and all Gujjus must be money-minded.
    We even have biases on sheher-wala and gaon-wala!

    Joking about it is fine, but only as long as we keep track of the humor in those jokes. When these stereotypes start affecting our judgment of people or cultures, we become petty and biased. That’s not what a ‘secular’ nation is. That’s not what a civilized nation is.

    This post may be humorous, but the thought that provoked it is anything but a joke. Try not making light of this one…

    Liked by 3 people

    • Shaggy · August 7

      Woah!! This is so well expressed. This post needed your description.
      Oh God this is amazingly accurate. The crux. Thank you once again. 🙂

      Like

  5. Gouri (Gourav Anand) · August 7

    Being a bihari I went through all these when I was in delhi for 6 years. 100% accurate detailing, although humorous but bitter truth you put forward. Loved it.

    Liked by 2 people

  6. skynimbusx · August 7

    I’m a Bihari!
    And a lot of this is true!
    This was definitely funny, and I hate how Lalu Yadav became the standard for judging the rest of Bihar.
    Also, “Tumko Bhojpuri nahi aati?”
    “Ravi Kishan nahi hai favorite actor?”
    Are some of the few things that people have to face. 😂

    Liked by 2 people

    • Shaggy · August 8

      Exactly!!! And some more like
      Coolie to tumhara pehchaan wala hi hoga,
      Lichi pasand nahi hai??
      Zila top suna ke batao!!
      Ughh!!

      Glad you found it funny!!
      And thanks for stopping by, have a rocking day

      Like

      • skynimbusx · August 8

        Haha, definitely a laugh!
        “Litchi pasand nahi hai” is like. 🙄

        Liked by 2 people

  7. Sifar · August 8

    That’s hilarious!!! You can write every genre equally well…be it sad stuff, serious ones, soul searching, romantic, anti-romantic, thriller, humour, so on!! 👌👌👌… morning started on a happy note!!
    You are bang on here…i have noticed all these myself…one more thing i had observed is UP and Bihar are considered the same 😁 !!!
    When are going to start your youtube channel?? That would be something to look forward to!!

    Liked by 2 people

    • Shaggy · August 8

      Ah!! That’s a great start for me as well. So many compliments. Thank you bhai……

      In bombay yea, anything outside goa and bombay is bihar and up. In Delhi I realised, bhaiyajees(UPites) have considerable respect.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Shaggy · August 8

      I am not sure how to begin with YouTube channel. Although I desperately want to start one.
      I am working on it. In a month or two probably.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Sifar · August 13

        dont think a lot…just begin when you have a basic idea and framework ready. see other channels for some insight

        Liked by 1 person

  8. twinklingwords · August 8

    Okaay! Someone was really mad while penning down this. Don’t mind me but the post was definitely hilarious to begin with despite dealing with an issue that’s age old but we still can’t seem to get rid of it 😶
    Unlike poverty, unemployment, inflation, this particular one relates directly to one’s mindset, so if this problem of stereotyping people based on regionalism is still prevaling, that’s totally on some people and not government!
    I liked this article very much. It has happened with me too. To me such people are just plain “annoying who deserve no attention.”

    Liked by 2 people

    • Shaggy · August 8

      Mad?? No!! The only thing one can do about racism now is make jokes about it. I wanted it to be hilarious post. Glad it became one.

      So well put. It’s all about mindset.
      Oh I know you’re brave enough to shoo such people away and be the carefree girl you are.

      Like

      • twinklingwords · August 9

        Yeah jokes on racism and other forms. But it’s okay because it’s another form of expression and helps drawing the attention of the world to that cause, so that’s awesome!
        I wish I was that carefree! And hey make more hilarious posts, you’re great at them 😁😁

        Liked by 2 people

      • Shaggy · August 9

        True that.
        But you seem sooo carefree, I means your poems and posts…….
        Oh I sure will, another post is in the pipeline, a couple of days.

        Like

      • twinklingwords · August 10

        That’s just a side of me, not in totality. You know there are several layers to person!
        Yess, will wait 😀🙌

        Liked by 2 people

      • Shaggy · August 10

        Oh yes. Touché.

        Like

  9. Moushmi Radhanpara · August 8

    This was really well portrayed. I really laughed reading it, but I still don’t like the racism involved in our country.
    But honestly, I did enjoy the Delhi, Bombay fight, and specially since I now so much about it, and having seen it first hand.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Shaggy · August 8

      I realised the only thing one can do about racism is make jokes on it. So here I am.
      Haha the delhi vs Mumbai fight is indeed hilarious……..
      Glad you liked it. I was actually waiting for your comments. 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

  10. Deepti Nair · August 8

    Damn man, you’re hilarious😂😂
    Now i understand, why you said that i’d relate to it.
    Everyone from regions south of delhi is a madrasi. Everytime, they’re like “tu toh madrasi lagti bhi hai, teri behen bilkul nahi lagti.” Like, every fucking time 😑
    N I struggle so hard to not tell them to shove their disoriented geography (plus racist attitudes) up their asses 😑😑

    Liked by 2 people

    • Shaggy · August 8

      We’ve had a discussion about the stereotypes, earlier as well, right??

      Haha, I know you are courageous enough to kick their asses.

      I actually thought of doing a stand up, with it. Will have to wait a bit now.

      Liked by 1 person

  11. crazygenesblog · August 10

    Hillarious , but ye ho kya raha hai , I have been missing for a long time and your blog is totally new and fresh . Waah bhai waah ..

    Liked by 2 people

  12. The Shining Gem · August 14

    My God this is amazing.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Shaggy · August 15

      So, glad you found it amazing. Hope you had your share of racism……. 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

      • The Shining Gem · August 15

        Why would you hope something like that bro? 😀 I hope no one should ever have to have a share of racism.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Shaggy · August 15

        Well, there’s no denying we live in a racist country. They gonna judge you anyway, so let’s make jokes about it, because thats the only thing you can do about it……

        Didn’t mean it as an offence.
        🙂

        Liked by 1 person

      • The Shining Gem · August 15

        Haha it is okay bro. The best defence is to laugh away.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Shaggy · August 15

        Exactly. You got it.

        Liked by 1 person

  13. shortstory4all · September 13

    Well expressed

    Liked by 1 person

  14. shortstory4ever · 17 Days Ago

    Reblogged this on The Reality.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Shaggy · 16 Days Ago

      Thank you so much. Glad you thought it’s worth the reblog =)

      Like

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