Granted Indian food is delicious, but here lies the irony. We love eating pizzas, pastas and dimsumswhen we’re at home. But when we travel, all we want is some Butter naan and Kadhai Paneer.
This is downright disrespectful. Agreed, we are not as clean as we should be, but hey, we’re trying. There’s no need to keep comparing and condemning your home, right?
Do remember the country which gave you your passport.
If you have added you mamas and chachas on Facebook (like I have *sob sob*), then you know this. Every city they travel to will be displayed on your Facebook. Because, why not
It’s always a top priority. Mingling with other Indians abroad is a hobby. We’re always on a lookout for other Indian families. Home away from home, I guess.
Word of advice – Consider befriending other humans, too? Maybe?
Name one instance when you didn’t receive chocolates from your ‘foreigner’ uncle. It’s like they buy chocolates for all of mankind. But hey, free chocolates, eh?
Why not? A bottle of water, a plate of PaniPuri (refer to point 1) and it goes on. We like to know how much are we exactly spending. It’s not being kanjoos, it’s called being wise.
Well, this one is location specific. You’re living under a rock if you don’t know about the iconic Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (DDLJ, more commonly). Here’s a gist- Raj and Simran miss a train, they fall in love, some hardships later, they live happily ever after.
When in Switzerland, do as Raj and Simran did –
Last but definitely not the least. An (fake) accent is a proof that you’ve been abroad, right? Why else would anyone believe you?!