The definitive guide to South Asian lingo

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This phrase is said in the begining of a sentence to prepare the listener of some serious lecturing coming his way. Usually by this uncle or professor who generally has a reputation of being a big blade. Equivalent to kannada's "noodu" or Hindi's "dekho".


Mr Murthy : Gowdree why looking so saadu?
Mr Gowda : What to do Murthy saar, my neighbour is one big lafanga, left one rocket in my varanda.
Mr Murthy : You see Mr Gowda, Lord Krishna has said in the Bhagavadgita, that bad karma leads to....
Added 2012-04-09 by VJ




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