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"Non-veg" is a term so non-veg, that saying the term itself defiles one. This is an example of recursion. But I digress.
Grandmothers who cannot get themselves to say chicken, mutton, or even "non-vegetarian", refer to neighbours and other dubious smells as, "NV".
The size is of importance. It has to be a distended-to-point-of-belly-button-distortion paunch.
Picture a person who has been belting rice and ghee since ye high, and has off-late been slyly polishing off some military mess unmentionable type NV. You know, Chicken 65, cow, bull, goat, lamb, type items, (along with some Old Monk on the side)? That person's obscene protrusion in the stomach area.
Day 31: Macha, I will go to the gym to reduce my thoppe. But I don't fit in the door only.
Guessing it is from "toff", a thupping English term referring to the genteel, and maybe, from the practice of the gentry wearing wigs. Perhaps us colonized persons then doffed the "toff-" to portray the English in our plays. And then the term probably came to be used for wigs in general. (In the famous words of Wikipedia, citation needed.)
Tofuns are used largely by moving theater groups. They're ghastly looking and smelly, and the strong gum hurts when you pull them off. They're used especially by imitation Shivas, munis, Galileos alike. Very popular during Dusshera.
Making procedure usually involves waking up 20 minutes before school bus, putting whatever you find in the fridge with some rice in the rice cooker, 3 whistles later, take out, make face, and put enough coconut to compensate.
Author of this entry is trying to file a motion towards making "vangibath" a derogatory term for food.
Benchmate 2 (who actually has yummy sandwich, and is trying to hoodwink 1): Vangibath da. Want uh?
Benchmate 1 (giving look of sympathy): It's ok. I'll eat my curd rice.
When you receive a yelling of unbelievable proportion (amount of saliva can also be taken into consideration), for objectionable behaviour/extreme stupidity - it is called a thupping.
Note: The emphaticness of the "yooo" is directly proportional to how adulterated something actually is.
2. Scamster Silver Jeweler on Commercial Street: Yes, It is 100% pyoor silver ma. Imported.
Used by frustrated teachers against errant students, this, ahem, punishment is where the student is made to stand on his seat, and remain standing for the rest of the class, or until the teacher barks "what you are standing for? sit down!"
1. Petty crime (mostly giggling) = You! Fingers on thee lips!
2. Juvenile crime (incessant yammering) = Mind thee class!
3. Blatant Stupidity (not doing homework + smug expression) = Stand up on thee bench I say!
4. Daredevilry (sitting in last bench + eating dabba + listening to walkman) = Get out of thee class men!
CategoriesSchool and College
A term of pure frustration, ey go ya is used to dismiss someone. A handy thing to replace "go away" with. Perfect to put out any enthu cutlet's grand plans requiring actual effort.
Pinky: Ey go ya.
Girl: Ey come no, let's go to Palace Grounds to check out the cute handicrafts things that cost our kidneys put together?
Boy: Ey go ya.
Related TermsGo ya
Terms referencing thisChouwwa Saala
It has nothing to do with the actual English phrase about making a smart remark to put someone in his/her/its place. Nor anything to do with procrastination.