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North Indian Wife Vs South Indian Wife

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    Default North Indian Wife Vs South Indian Wife

    *** WHAT IT MEANS TO HAVE A North Indian GIRL as WIFE ***

    1. At the time of marriage, a north Indian girl has more boyfriends than
    her age.

    2. Before marriage, she looks almost like a bollywood heroine and after
    marriage you have to go around her twice to completely hug her.

    3. By the time she professes her undevoted love to you, you are
    bankrupt because of the number of times you had to take her out to
    movies, theatres and restaurants. And you wait longingly for her dowry.

    4. The only dishes she can think of to cook is paneer butter masala, aloo
    sabji, aloo gobi sabji, aloo matar, aloo paneer, that after eating all those
    paneer and aloos you are either in the bed with chronic cholestrol or
    chronic gas disorder.

    5. The only growth that you see later in your career is the rise in your
    monthly phone bill.

    6. You are blinded by her love that you think that she is a blonde. Only
    later do you come to know that it is because of the mehandhi that she
    applies to cover her grey hair.

    7. When you come home from office she is very busy watching "Kyonki
    saas bhi kabi bahu thi" that you either end up eating outside or cooking

    8. You are a very "ESpecial" person to her.

    9. She always thought that Madras is a state and covers the whole of
    south india until she met you.

    10. When she says she is going to "work out" she means she is going to "
    walk out"

    11. She has greater number of relatives than the number of people you
    have in your home town.

    12. The only two sentences in English that she knows are "Thank you"
    and "How are you"

    *** WHAT IT MEANS TO HAVE A South Indian GIRL as WIFE ***

    1.Her mother looks down at you because you didn't study in IIT or
    Madras / Anna University .

    2. Her father starts or ends every conversation with " ... I say..."

    3. She shudders if you use four letter words.

    4. She has long hair, neatly oiled and braided (The Dubai based Oil Well
    Company will negotiate with her on a 25 year contract to extract coconut
    oil from her hair.)

    5. She uses the word 'Super' as her only superlative.

    6. Her name is another name for a Goddess or a flower.

    7. Her first name is longer than your first name, middle name and
    surname combined (unless you are from Andhra)

    8. When she mixes milk/curd and rice you are never sure whether it is
    for the dog or for herself.

    9. For weddings, she sports a mini jasmine garden on her head and
    wears silk saris in the Madras heat without looking too uncomfortable
    while you are melting in your singlet.

    10. Her favourite cricketer is Krishnamachari Srikkanth.

    11. Her favourite food is dosa though she has tried North Indian snacks
    like Chats (pronounced like the slang for 'conversation')

    12. She bores you by telling you which raaga each song you hear is
    based on.

    13. You have to give her jewellery, though she has already got plenty of it ..

    14. Her Mangal Sutra weighs more than the championship belts worn by
    WWF wrestlers.

    15. Her father thinks she is much smarter than you.

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    This looks like a repost !! I seem to have read it before !

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