Within a month, I will be breathing in the (polluted, populated and passionate)^ infinity *Delhi* !
I can already foresee millions of cars coming to a standstill and honking in a rhythm to create a weird welcome tune. In short, there will be a huge traffic jam on my way back home :(
Delhi is a cheerful yet angry yet funny place to live in and people there are as weirdly classy as lady gaga’s outfits :)
So what if an average delhi chick is the prettier version of levi’s mannequin. So what if her hair is straighter and sexier than Hugh Grant.
So what if delhi gals are smart enough to implement and appreciate Mathematics in an innovative way.
For them, Oxygen:life::kohl:eyes::dieting:health::piercing:nose.
Why is world Jealous?
Aunties of the same age respectfully call each other “Aunty” and you call delhites impolite! Dushhh….
Delhi dudes preplan things. Why else would they have the accent of some English country (they may/MAY NOT visit) stuck on their tongue. They are far sighted as well. They can see n appreciate females miles away and their unbiased attitude towards the fairer sex is commendable. Discrimination on the basis of age, size, height or color is a sin.
We have bravely survived bluelines, fought atleast once with a stranger, earned our PHD in abusing on road, eaten our fav icecream at 1 am on the street, danced all night long on panju songs at some xyz’s wedding, asked for extra dirty paani after finishing pani-puris, found our besties, used the word ‘like’ like 100 times after like every noun/pronoun/conjunction, hopped on metro like butterflies etc etc. Where else could I do all this!
For me, a bright yellow sunflower symbolizes Delhi and its loud yet adorable never-say-die spirit.
Weather may be cold right now, but the enthusiasm will never be. Its is a city of hope, energy, positivity and wonderful memories. I cant wait to go there and eat, sleep, shop, let my hair down and daydream! =)