When the husband gets a new toy, and he starts to test it on the wife at some ungodly hour.
What happened after that? Well, I woke up, stood with my hands on my hip and gave that "Are you coming to sleep or not look" and the experiment continued to the next morning without the wife involved.
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Monday, July 18, 2016
For a long time I didn't know what it meant until a teenage kid I know comes me and says "This is my bae and don't we make a swag couple"
I was like please write it in sane English so she writes "dis is ma bae n dun vee make a swag couple"
1. What is Bae? 2. What is Swag?
Reading that, I tell myself, what language it that? Even Google translate won't help me with this.
I have an aunt who teaches in a really good school, so over coffee I tell her this language and she said "you have no idea how it feels when kids try to fit in answers in 140 characters ignoring all the spelling and grammar"
It's a bad state to be in.
There are kids out there conquering the spelling bee contests and there are kids who are on spelling bae contests. They listen to only English songs with weird lyrics or party songs with absolutely no sensible lyrics. I feel old, I am old school, but I'm happy at least I have my language skills straight.
And a cousin said "Bae" meant "Before Anything Else"
*The Mumbaikar in my wakes up and says* "Kya hai bae?" *Hallelujah"