If Indian parents were to review viral trends, here's what they'd look like

We tried to imagine how desi parents would review some of the (weird?) trends that are a way of life for us millennials and here's what we came up with.

Growing up with Indian parents is a truly unique experience to say the least. When they aren’t threatening to throw us out of the house for not cleaning our rooms or comparing our report card with the neighbor’s kids, they’re really fun.

While our folks try their best, keeping up with our trends is pretty difficult. We tried to imagine how desi parents would review some of the (weird?) trends that are a way of life for us millennials and here’s what we came up with:

Pouts

There she goes making that batak waali shakal againTake some normal pictures for God’s sake. How the hell do you expect us to get rishtas with you looking like a literal duck in every picture?

Dabbing

Are you getting a seizure of some sorts? Son? Son, are you okay? STOP!

 

Fidget spinners

You’re 21, should you really be playing with lattus?

 

Memes

May-may? Of course we know what may-mays are, we send them on the family Whatsapp group all the time. Why did you leave that group by the way?

 

Netflix and chill

If I ever, swear to God, catch you ‘Netflix and Chilling’ with Sharma ji ka ladka I’ll show you how strange things can really get *reaches for chappals*.

 

Snapchat dog filter

We know when you asked us to  get you a dog we said “Tu kaafi hai” but this is taking things to a whole new level FFS.

 

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