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2) to explain
2) "mujhe nhi samaj aa rha chamka na!"
1. Rubberbands (preferably black in color)
3. Time to waste
1. Break one of the rubber bands and string in the rest and tie it to make a bunch (chungi).
2. Stand on one feet and bend the other as you would do to sit in a lotus position, while kicking the chungi in the air with the side of your feet.
3. Repeat Step 2 as many times as you can.
4. To end the game you have kick the 'chungi' with your kicking leg but from behind the standing leg. (I know.. but thatandalldontask.
If you feel like a hero then you can try doing this without letting your kicking feet touching the floor at all.
This is a popular game in Nepal, Tibet, Darjeeling and the North East.
Tenzing - How many rubber bands you got in your cube?
Paneerselvam - A lot. Why?
Tenzing - Just bring them over, it's time you played chungi.
CategoriesSports & Games
Related Termskho kho
CategoriesVery Bad Words
Bunty- Changa paaji. Chalo thekke chalieye. (Aiight dawg!! Lets get sozzled then?)
CategoriesPhrases & Expressions
Terms referencing thisFit hai
Hence, to enlighten.
IIT-speak for being able to understand something better. More better, actually.
Amish: That is Betelgeuse. Its a very, very, very old star.
Lata: Hahaha, why is it called beetle juice?
Amish: Juice nahi, gadhi, geuse, geuse. G-E-U-S-E.
Lata: But why beetle then?
Amish: Arre, its B-E-T-E-L.
Lata: Tho its Bettle, na?
A rather racist term, could be considered derogatory. Originates from the Indian mentality of grouping together similar sections of things. Etymology: Variation of word 'Chinese'
BF : Aye Chilly Chicken! Ek chicken lolly pop parcel dena!
GF : Stop it! Show some respect... don't call him Chilly Chicken.
BF : Ok sorry. Aye Chinky ek chicken lolly pop dena!
(GF glares at BF)
The only gratification lies in the fact that the cook who cooks Chinese (the food) appears very much like a Chinese male in mid thirties.
*You with your lousy friend at a street food corner*
"Doh (two) chicken shezwan rice."
*You get the exotic dish before you utter the last syllable of rice*
Your lousy friend: "Kal phir atey hain!" (We'll come again tomorrow).