The Internet is full of jokes. While memes and puns keep feeding the social media machine, its users exploit the reach to create a platform that is truly diverse. But amidst all the fun and games, there exists a desi Twitter that is deep in reflection, Gulzar-esque in charm and philosophical in character.
Here are some of the tweets that will bring a lump to your throat.
The secret ingredient in the special chai that you order at the tapri is the tears of the poor Chhotu who could not get an education.
â�� no (@Psilosophy) February 6, 2014
Stop creating walls around yourself. Put barbed wires instead. Allow them to see you. Talk to you. Just don't let them get any closer.
â�� pnkj (@AskThePankazzzz) July 11, 2013
Make sure you have two dreams every night. One to sleep with. Another to live with.
â�� Macist (@WritingTom) February 7, 2012
The spaces between your fingers were created so that life could slip through them.
â�� Farhan Siddiqui (@Farrenhite) April 27, 2014
More often than not, we end up sharing our joys with people we love and grief with the people who love us.
â�� pnkj (@AskThePankazzzz) November 11, 2013
You lead your entire life wondering "chaar log kya kahenge", and when you finally meet them, all they say is "Raam naam satya hai"
â�� no (@Psilosophy) January 24, 2015
Eating at a restaurant alone doesn't make someone lonely. Going to the doctor's place does.
â�� dorku (@Dorkstar) February 23, 2014
The secret ingredient of Maggi is your hunger.
â�� izzy (@abcdefu) October 2, 2012
TV remotes are the only thing in world which get patted on their back for not working.
â�� EngiNerd. (@mainbhiengineer) August 29, 2014
Give a kid a box of Crayons & watch him color the world happy. Tell him where to fill which color & watch him dislike everything colorful.
â�� pnkj (@AskThePankazzzz) November 23, 2013
The only time Indians would consider four children, when the first three are girls.
â�� Sagarcasm (@sagarcasm) January 7, 2015
Law is for bad people, good people die in guilt.
â�� EngiNerd. (@mainbhiengineer) October 5, 2013
Ignored a phone call & now I can't check Whatsapp.
â�� izzy (@abcdefu) February 10, 2014
MBA after Engineering is as important as Barsi after Death..It doesn't make much sense, but the society feels good about you.
â�� Aladdin (@Alllahdin) November 19, 2013
That awkward moment when you search for an old crush on facebook and see a new last name.
â�� mihir (@mihirmodi) July 19, 2014
You and I, we are like cigarettes and cancer, rats and plagues, women and madness. Not necessarily linked, but tainted into togetherness.
â�� no (@Psilosophy) February 1, 2014
The woman in me quietly accepts the pretentiousness of men who tell me to celebrate her.
â�� Animisha (@anymysha) March 8, 2016
People are like length balls outside off, you must know which all to leave, those destined to come in, will make an impact anyway.
â�� Nikhil (@CricCrazyNIKS) May 27, 2015
Saving energy by being less bright.
â�� s_purba (@s_purba) February 5, 2013
Aisa kaam karo ki naam ho jaaye....Ya fir aisa naam karo ki kaam ho jaaye...
â�� Champ McLovin (@BolshoyBooze) June 26, 2013
Goddess Saraswati has her Veena in the front hands n Books at the back.
Message: Follow your passion first, Studies are backup option.
â�� Aladdin (@Alllahdin) January 21, 2014
People slog their entire adult life so their kids can be happy, study well and grow up to slog their entire adult life so their kids can...
â�� mihir (@mihirmodi) July 14, 2015
To know how great an invention the chair is, you need to go shopping with women.
â�� NumbYaar (@NumbYaar) September 14, 2014
Always have a crush. On a person or a place, a goal, a car, a lifestyle or anything. It just helps you live better and work harder.
â�� Sagarcasm (@sagarcasm) December 26, 2015
Appreciate how some people don't come out of ATM till they find the meaning of life right there.
â�� Zorg (@prtxt) October 14, 2013
What makes all the difference is whether you put the 'but' after or before the 'I love you'.
â�� mihir (@mihirmodi) August 6, 2014
Indians will wait 25 years to have sex but not 25 seconds for the traffic signal to turn green.
â�� mad cold (@Extranaut) January 20, 2014
Nobody wants to grow up cuz once they do, wiping the slate clean takes more than a wet cloth.
â�� amrtsh (@floydimus) May 24, 2014
Your heart writes cheques that your mind can't cash.
â�� mad cold (@Extranaut) March 27, 2015
It's sad how the death of one earpiece of your headphones leaves the other to a life of neglect & uselessness for no fault of its own.
â�� amrtsh (@floydimus) October 8, 2012
My mother was feeling cold so now I'm wearing a sweater.
â�� Akshar (@AksharPathak) November 27, 2013
Sometimes travelling makes you meet some of the best people. One of them is always you
â�� Limited Edition (@Engineeratloss) April 29, 2014
They place you in a cubicle and ask you to think outside the box.
â�� Denver Ka Dhakkan (@tantanoo) February 15, 2013
A mom is the one who puts 4 Rotis in your tiffin when you tell her 'Kal se subzi kam rakhna. Tin rotiyon ke liye bahot zyada hai'
â�� à¤«à¤¾à¤¡à¥� (@FaaduTweets) August 12, 2013
The only way we Indians can reach the top of Mount Everest is by building a temple on top of it.
â�� Godman Chikna (@Madan_Chikna) April 19, 2015
Only in India will a guy judge a girl for buying cigarettes that he himself is selling.
â�� Cathartic Screams (@Just_Screams) February 23, 2016
The one who hides his sorrow becomes a comedian, the one who doesn't becomes a poet.
â�� Farhan Siddiqui (@Farrenhite) July 28, 2013
The worst part of growing up is, your parents grow old.
â�� à¤¤à¥�à¤¹à¤¾à¤° GABRU à¤�à¤�à¤�à¤²à¥� (@MeetUunngLee) July 22, 2015
The problem with running away from the world is, that wherever you go, itâ��s still there.
â�� Uday Chopra (@udaychopra) June 5, 2016
If everyone is nice to you, you're probably dead and they are at your funeral.
â�� Viren (@Kaminapun) September 22, 2014
You are the writer of your own story. Your mom is the editor.
â�� LordAnusHahaha (@TheVacuumHead) June 12, 2016
One night when u r fast asleep, a fridge will open ur bedroom's door, switch on the lights, look at u blankly & leave without saying a word.
â�� Farhan Siddiqui (@Farrenhite) February 18, 2015
Poets, because mathematicians don't have an answer of the question "how much do you love me?".
â�� J (@Vjuneesh) August 1, 2013
A girl is like a 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle of a clear blue sky. You know the pieces fit, but you won't ever get it right.
â�� scaryhairyman (@scaryhairyman) May 6, 2013
If we didn't have smartphones we could hold hands.
â�� Megha (@ammoloaded) November 3, 2012
I burned my tongue with coffee and I think that itâ��s a very strong metaphor that sometimes the things you love most in life will hurt you.
â�� Peglet (@PedestrianPoet) July 12, 2013
People who achieve nothing in their lives are usually very proud of how good the mangoes are in their hometown.
â�� Utsav Chakraborty (@Shockraborty) September 20, 2015
Aapke toh bikhre huye sirf baal hai, humare toh zindagi ka wo haal hai.
— Ojas. (@Ojasism) December 31, 2013
Write a letter you don't intend to send and those would be the most honest words you have written.
— Crapo (@Creepowoman) March 20, 2014
Your mother teaches you a lot except how to love her back the way she loved you.
— Shakti Shetty (@Shakti_Shetty) April 28, 2014
I'm out of here.
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