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The Wisdom of Delhi Men

INDIA | Thursday, 24 November 2011 | Views [474]

Delhi men get a bad rep. Fairly so in plenty of cases. Still, some of my most side-splitting laughs have come from these guys, so I had to share a few. Names have been omitted to protect the guilty. Enjoy!


On helping me find a good man:

“I’m not dead C, I'm right here! You just need to lower your standards”


On relationships:

“She’s not my girlfriend! It was a five day relationship.”


On fidelity:

"Find me a good woman"

"You already have one? More than one is greedy"

On best friends:

Me: ‘I want to be your fag hag’

Him ‘I used to be straight you know’


On looking the part;

Him: ‘Stand in front of the mirror and tell me you don’t need to go to the gym’

Me: ‘I’m looking and I’m gorgeous’.

Him: ‘Stand in front of the mirror and look at your stomach’


On being the part:

"THAT's your phone? A Nokia? Oh my god you're poor!"


On standards:

Me: ‘Listen, I’ve dated royalty, models and millionaires – I’m not used to any kind of shabby treatment’

Him ‘I am royalty. You can google my ancestors’

On dumb foreigners:

“Pilau – it means rice!”


On settling down:

Him: ‘So….. if in two years neither of us has met anyone’

Me: ‘……. I’ll still be out of your league’


On attending traditional cultural events:

“I’m turning into a loser because of you.”

On philosophy:

"Life is so random, like... yesterday I didn't have an ear piercing but today I do"


On marrying Delhi men (arranged style):

‘So, he’s standing there telling you about how great he is, how successful, what a man…but at the end of the day……..he’s still a virgin’. 

Tags: and bling, indian men, marriage, settling

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