Great Indian Party Dictionary: Valentine
Parties are not occasions; they are a way of life. And, like every way of life, parties in India have a certain language associated with them ? a certain dictionary, if you will.
Here?s our first look at the Great Indian Party Dictionary:
Valentine?s Day edition. Love /l?v/ A word which occurs in the name of Loveshack, one of our favourite party places. Oh, also something people celebrate on February 14 every year.
?I love my mother, my shoes, my dog, my...but my first love will always be wine?.
Better /?bet?(r)/ How people look after I have a couple of glasses of golden heaven inside me. ?
The more I drink, the better you tend to look? 14 /?f???ti?n/ The date in February when the world starts suffering from a cheese overdose. Secretly, I think it's quite fun. ?She?s slightly busy - juggling 14 dates on Valentine?s Day can?t be easy?
Single /?s???l/ A great way to help your bank balance survive February 14 every year ?Being single on Valentine?s Day is the best - what?s better than pizza and ice cream in bed??
Cupid /?kju?p?d/ A tiny kid who shoots arrows that make people fall in love. That's a story made up by someone who had a couple of cocktails too many, if ever there was one. ?Cupid strikes again. I?m in love!?
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