English is an amusing language and the phrase gets a much funnier twist when it comes to Indians.
Owing to the difference in our speech and dialect, Indians have come up with 'unique' versions of English words that have a distinctly Desi pronunciation.
Recently a tweet thread containing several such words went viral and it was hilarious. Twitter is a platform, where it does not take lots of time to start a long thread.
It all started when a Twitter user asked, "WTF is Station? it's Tashion." Individuals have taken it on themselves to start the wholesome conversation of the Indianised English. When more and more people entered, the tweets started to go viral.
WTF is Station? it's Tashion.
— XÆA-12 (@akshaybatra020) July 17, 2020
Here are some of the hilarious ones we have taken out for you, Have a look:
wtf is Arnold Schwarzenegger, it's Arnold Shivajinagar
Continue this... https://t.co/Ak1S07JSkB
— Deepak (@Deeputwts) July 17, 2020
Wtf is Special? It's Pesial.
Continue this...... https://t.co/Wy2bedWWvb
— The Young Monk (@ayush_k_u_m_a_r) July 17, 2020
Wtf is promotion? It’s permotion.
Continue this... https://t.co/SWFn2zq6ar
— Ek Cutting🇮🇳 (@_ekcutting_) July 17, 2020
WTF is scientist? It's Scienist#jethalal
— JiyaRathore (@JiyaRathore15) July 17, 2020
Wtf is Inverter? It's inviter.
Continue this...... https://t.co/CQii7e57ML
— पल्लवी (@rpallawi_) July 17, 2020
Wtf is helicopter? It's heplicopter
— Mr. Discretion (@vivek_gondliya) July 18, 2020
Wtf is Lucknow ? Its Nakhlou
Continue this... https://t.co/43bxtCqOVx
— enT@ngled (@on_a_tangent_) July 17, 2020
Wtf is birthday..It's budday😂
— NiTin Shakya (@tin_tiinn_) July 17, 2020
Wtf is scientist? It's sayantist
— Vinrare (@vinrare) July 17, 2020
Wtf is Canada..?
— Imtiaz Shariff (@ImtiazShariff5) July 17, 2020
WTH is BMW.....it’s BM Dabalu
— PS 🇮🇳 (@pavanfbx) July 17, 2020
Such words may be known only to Indians. Will the world accept this Desi version of English? We may never know. Till then let's have 'peejaaa' in our 'baaool' and let's get back to our 'bijness.'