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These all are somewhat same-to-same...
Don't you see?
You get to choose the nuance. Typically used mid-sentence to imply a light, sarcy tone.
"She toh wont look at my face also." (Dont you see? She wont look at my face.)
"We toh go to the temple daily, baba." (Of course, we go to the temple daily.)
"You toh wont even say hello. Saali kutti!" (You wont even say hello. Bitch!)
You have almost everything you want for a fun-filled night journey; a friend, the-not-allowed-on-the-train-alcohol, iPod, magazines, sudoku, biriyani, air-pillow, kambal. But you have no berth. You wait and wait and wait for the TTE, like you never ever did even for your dau.
The TTE determines how your life will be this night and until you get off in town. Isn't this night the extension of all your life till now? Isn't it something that telescopes into all time to come here forth? Wouldn't you love to make it bearable if not outright comfortable?
So you wait. So you pray. So you grin ear to ear and say "Good evening SSIRR." You use your multilingual skills. You speak to him in Tamil, or Hindi, or Telugu, in whichever language you overheard him speak comfortably with the other passengers.
You behave like how you behave with a BDA babu handling site allotments.
You hint an offer of a fifty-buck note through the terrylene of your shirt pocket.
You are oblivious to all the sexy chicks in the bogey until after you get your coveted berth or RAC from the omnipotent man, TTE.
By the way,what is your wait list number? 83? I hate you like I would hate my lover's lover. Mine is 84. Get lost!
TTE: "What's your uncles name? On which route does he work?"
You: "Er... er, Sambasivam is his name sir, He er... er... works on..... ( you belt out a made up route that doesn't exist!)"
TTE: "Oh, I see", he draws close to your ear and whispers, " 500 or get off in the next station and go to general compartment"
Terms referencing thisSay
Shyam : Who likes Ranbir Kapoor these days?! Thu!
A 'two' happens every time a kid loses a game or gets a lesser share of the goodies or gets teased hurtfully.
It is a permanent and lifelong status declaration at that moment, which can't be reversed even by god, except until the child declares a 'Say!' status, which could be a moment later depending on the benefits of a status change.
Probably it means we are not 'one' anymore so, 'two'.
The declaration is accompanied by gesticulation with the tips of index and middle fingers locked into an elongated loop through which the child blows air in the direction of the newly declared enemy.
CategoriesSports & Games
2. Thullu (pussy)
3. ThuNNe! (cock)
All are Kannada words.
Toh, what else? (Then what else?)
Toh, what do I do?
Not to be used used around refined, fancy shmancy persons. Often used along with the word 'yaaa' or 'ey' to add emphasis, based on the degree of disgust involved.
Videos and Images
Biryani Bashir: (Anger and aggression) Ay thoooo! This Naayi Maganay has no shame. Respectfully leave my shop or I will give you your funeral date.
Mangesha: Ley Shashirekha, I am feeling thirsty yaa.
Shashirekha (shy coming) : Ay thuh, go man, I know you're talking full double meaning.
Mangesha: (Feeling chesty and good about himself)
Shashirekha: Ay Latha you have a super structure ya, you should become a model.
Latha: Ay thuh go ya. Don't talk nonsense
A versatile gem. Can be a filler for many situations.
Especially useful in street fights which happens when two vehicles kiss each other.