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 second look at the Great Indian Party Dictionary ?do remember to check out a previous edition here.
New Year Resolution [nyoo yeer rez-uh-loo-shuh n] Something everyone vows will last the next 365 days, but is lucky if it lasts for even 3.
?My New Year Resolution is to make sure I sleep at 10 pm every day? except tomorrow, I mean Rahul?s birthday comes only once a year, right??
Stag [stag] A lone male trying desperately to enter a party. Often accompanied by other nocturnal animals. ?
Since she dumped him, he has to go stag every Friday, poor thing.?
Shots [shots] 90 ml solutions to all the world?s problems. ?
Work, parents, boyfriend - I love you most of the time, but I really need a shot right now.?
Sale [seyl] The time when people are so caught up with finding the perfect party outfit, they forget murder is actually illegal.
?She tried taking the Guess dress on sale from me, so I had no choice but to pull out my gun.?
Winter [win-ter] That season when one doesn?t know how to keep warm and look fabulous at the same time.
?OMG, winter is coming! It may be too cold for that crop top, but it?ll make the room about 5 degrees hotter!?
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