Broken English Dialogues spoken by some desis

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  1. umasridharan

    umasridharan Senior IL'ite

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    Broken English Dialogues spoken by some desis

    I talk, he talk; Why do you beech beech talk?
    (beech, beech = middle, middle)

    Open the windows and let the atmosphere come in"!

    "Why are you naat filupping the blanks?"

    Maro saale ko:: Hit the brother in law

    "Hey, u guys, please keep quiet. The president is rotating outside"

    "Donot smoke and spoil the botany of ur body"

    "Open the windows, open the windows, let the climate come in"

    Advice to father thinking about whether he should let his daughter
    continue her studies or get her married :
    "Vell, if you want u study her, then study her. If you wantu
    marry her, then marry her."

    Prof to students hanging around the corridors during exams :
    "Do not revolve in the corridors in front of the examinations"

    "Don't talk like that in front of my back"

    "Dont stand in front of my back"

    "Louly hair cutting. Hair cutting, current drying. No shock."

    "<st1:State><st1:place>Florida</st1:place></st1:State> paan shop. Prop: Raju . B.A, M.A."

    "Repeat again please!"

    "Mistake became wrong!"

    Did you cut the tickets for the film, yet?

    Pliss, close the fan!

    He/she's my cousin brother/sister

    He/she's my co-brother/sister

    Galatfehmi ka shikar hona:: to be hunted down by misunderstanding.

    Izzat ko mitti me milana:: To mix one's honor in mud

    Meri izzat ki naak cut gayee:: My honors' nose has been chopped off

    Kiske saath moonh kaala kiya? :: Who have you blackened your face with?

    naak mein dum karna:: to strengthen the nostrils

    An instructor explaining the working of pendulum:
    "Take an elephant of negligible weight"

    heard in kitchen: No, No I don't need chair i can stand eating

    It's so hot! Please on the fan no.

    Instructor: "Take a copper wire of any metal...and pour a liquid solution
    of sulphuric acid in a round bottom flask of any shape.. "

    A gardener scolding three kids : "Both of u three, don't under-stand the
    tree"!!

    "Open the doors of the window, and let the atmosphere come in "

    Pune'ites, and Bombay'ites will understand this - "This is not
    'parvadable'"!!!

    "You three, both of you kneel down together separately"

    "There is no wind in the ball (deflated football)"

    "Run with the fence" (alongside)

    "Look at the line on your back" (falling in line)

    "Apply Apply, No reply" (common one)

    "Why aren't you kneel downing?"

    If you talk, I'll kneel down
    (Always wished he would, but found out that, that's not what he
    meant)

    Cuckoo, Blaady (Kick you, bloody...)

    The principal just passed away.

    Who took out the breeze of my cykill.

    Meet me behind the class (meant after the class).

    My cykill is understanding the tree.

    Open the windows and let the AIR FORCE come in"!
     
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  2. Varloo

    Varloo Gold IL'ite

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    Dear Uma,
    this is really so funny. We come across so many Inglish (Indian English) everyday.
    Here are some-
    Chicken pox came to my sister in law (co sister).
    I bet my son.
    The teacher is always betting my son.
    The compound wall is big.
    He is a long man.
    I am talking from Chennailernthu pesaren. (Tamil)
    She is take upping the work.
    You take rest. (this is the most misused phrase in the world, I believe)
    I am just a housewife.(This will be second to the earlier phrase)
    I will have to catch my son from the school ( or bus).
    Many of these were courtesy my tenent.
    Hope you liked them.
    (And what about my English?)
    With warm wishes,
     
  3. priya20coool

    priya20coool Bronze IL'ite

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    This is really funny. Even I have seen a lot of people talking like this.. Mixing two languages turns out to b really funny sometimes... :)
     
  4. SujySreeram

    SujySreeram Silver IL'ite

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    Really very funny. Enjoyed a lot.Thanks for sharing Umasridharan n Varloo...
     
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    anky2930 Bronze IL'ite

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  6. kanthan87

    kanthan87 Junior IL'ite

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    they were too funny..
     

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