My friend and I went to a shop to buy sanitary napkins for my friend’s sister.
My friend - Uncle, can you please give XYZ company sanitary napkins?
The shopkeeper searched the row where sanitary napkins were placed → Generally, they are displayed in every shop. Whenever you visit any shop, you will notice them first.
Shopkeeper - Sorry, boy, the XYZ company sanitary napkins stock got over.
My friend - Okay, uncle, we will buy it from the other shop.
Shopkeeper - No, you can take “ABC” company napkins.
My friend - No, uncle, we only want “XYZ” company.
Shopkeeper - These ABC company napkins are better than XYZ company napkins. These ABC napkins are extremely good.
ME → “Kya uncle aapko kaise pata, Aap pehente ho kya, bol rhe ye acha hai wo acha hai?”
Translation — How do you know uncle? Do you use the same?
Every customer who heard my words started laughing out loud. The shopkeeper got angry.
My friend and I were also laughing, and after seeing the shopkeeper’s angry face, we escaped that place before he could say something. (basically Gaali).
What are some of the things you wish everyone knew?
People should know how to control their tongues.