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Today’s irony: Always in a hurry but never on time


Mothers want daughters to control husbands but expect sons to control wives.

Parents want their children to stand out in a crowd but expect them to do what everybody else is doing.

Everything that is run by government looks bad except government jobs.

We can criticise Maria Sharapova for not knowing who Sachin Tendulkar is, but google desperately to know about our Nobel prize winner Sita Sahu, a double special Olympics medalist who now sells Golgappa in Delhi for survival.

National animal – endangered

National pledge – unintended

National river – polluted

A huge country of 1635 languages, united by a foreign language

Government talks about getting rid of ‘caste system’ and asks you to mention your caste while filling a form

Seeing a policeman makes us nervous rather than feeling safe

We often says “Atithi Devo Bhavah” but do not allow visitor parking in our residential societies

Last and good one: We are always in a hurry but never on time!

Source: Internet