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Likely to call it Mumbai and glare at you for using the prior Anglicized name instead. Also see, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) vs. Victoria Terminus (VT) debate. Proud owner of the vada pav stall by the road. Equally proud member of the local Mitra Mandal. Unlikely to be friends with them Tamizh people from Matunga or the Bhaiyas from Virar.
Identified by his/her quintessential choice of Vermilion for the pop of color. White trousers and corresponding head-gear often complete the look. Safari suit for those with money in the co-operative bank. Inspired by the Angry Young Man, he will break into a fight at short notice. Lest one were to misconstrue him as boring, he will also break into a tapori jog in the middle of the streets, bringing traffic to a halt. All communication shall compulsarily end with the greeting "Jai Maharashtra!"
Tukaram: "This general compartment. If you no wan't push, go first class. Aayla!"
Mani: "Chill Senthil. He will get off at Dadar. Bloody Ghaati!"
Tukaram: "Who you call Ghaati? Bloody Madrasi, you go back your Madras. This iz Mumbai! Tambi saala!"
Bollywood in the '70s saw her bringing down the walls of a male-dominated office-place, working as a secretary by day and romancing the boss-man by night. No hang-ups there. One who is not shy to let her hair down. Confident and self-aware, she will handle the situation with panache as Mr. Road side Romeo oggles, top to bottom. Stereotyped to be 'available' and fun-loving, yet pictured at mass praying to the Almighty in her Sunday best. Dresses flashily. Not your usual next-door Bombay Behenji.
Vijay: "(sighs) Aah! About that, the less said the better"
Homi: "Why? What happened?"
Vijay: "Dude, I am telling you, I have not seen a more disparate crowd in my life"
Homi: "What are you saying!"
Vijay: "Every girl was either a complete behenji or a Sandra from Bandra. There was nothing in between. It's as though every average girl in town is already taken."
Homi: "Wow! That's rough. But wait, you did hook-up with a Sandra at least right?"
Vijay: "Yea! (wicked smile) We are meeting again this evening at Carter Road."
Terms referencing thisPOMO Man, Dilli, chammak challo, Bob rani, beauty parlour, Shirley From Worli, Jiggidi, Maka Paao
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Orkut was a hugely popular social networking portal in India. Viewed by the socially lacking Indian youth as a combination of Facebook, mySpace and Match.com. Sa(i)d men who pursue true ever-lasting love with their evergreen pickup line "Will you make friendship with me?"
Chutiya or chooth is the hindi word for fucker.
The male orkutiya is identified by the use of the aforementioned pickup line. We hear the usage of this pickup line is a pivotal part of a hazing ritual to gain acceptance into the community. Other identifying characteristics include display pictures of Salman Khan, Tom Cruise or a Kawasaki Ninja/Suzuki Hayabusa. Pictures of Rajanikanth could be used by wannabe orkutiyas.
The female of the species is best identified by the use of pictures of flowers, cute cuddly babies or Aishwarya Rai / Ayesha Takia as the display picture.
Cyrus: "I think its a good thing. I ran away to Facebook to avoid them Orkutiyas. But they followed me. So I guess I will seek peace at Google+ before they find me there."
Homi: "To Bandra man"
Jignesh: "What, you going to meet Sandra from Bandra or what?"
Homi: "No man, I have this maka paao friend from Xaviers..."
Jignesh: "But of course"
Related TermsSandra from Bandra
Barkeep: "One large coming up"
Sukhbir: "Large? Are you kidding me? Make it a Patiala."
Aaron: "What's new about that? Once a JV, always a JV"
Neville: "Have you heard him speak? Completely and utterly UMT"