I hate being chummified.
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2) You're the one who/ that...
Limbu: "Ey! Who onned the fan? All my papers flew away"
Timbu: "It's hot men."
Limbu: "You should ask first no? Stupid girl."
Timbu: "You only!"
Limbu: "Eyyy! Why you offed the light?"
Timbu: "You only said no?"
Limbu: "I told you to off the fan, idiot. Not the light. On it!"
Timbu: "You only idiot."
Why say "turned on" when you can save at least two seconds of breath and say "onned"?
Limbu: "Five minutes only, no?"
Why ask if something has been turned off when you can just ask if it has been "offed"?
TImbu: "Ya, ya. How many times you'll tell me?"
Limbu: "Ok. Off the computer and go and study otherwise I'll tell mom you've been sitting on the computer all afternoon."
In this case the function 'on' means 'to do' or 'to use', as in sitting to use the computer, or using the computer.
For reasons unknown to us it is important to Indians to specify that this activity is carried out while sitting down (and not while squatting, because that would have unsavoury connotations).
Limbu: "I don't feel like cleaning my room."
Mum: "Ok then study."
Timbu: "Yours only."
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Terms referencing thisyou only
2) The middle of an argument/ conversation
3) In the middle of a process
Simpoo: "Shut up ok? I have to move closer to the TV because I'm watching Kaun Banega Crorepati and you two just start fighting in the middle. That too about the most bakwas things."
Timbu: "Why you're speaking in the middle? Mind your own business."
The etymology of cho chweet is rooted in the physical act of tightly puckering ones lips in an air kiss while squealing "so sweet."
Originating in Telugu, this word is also appropriated in Hyderabadi Hindi (and in Hyderabadi Marathi in the form "tandana-tamasha").
"Kya re? Kya tandane karra? Ek kaan ke neeche bajatoon."