Remember that aunty that said some very ~honest~ things in a television interview? She kinda, sorta, went CRAZY VIRAL with just that one line: Ye bik gayi hai gormint.
In not so many words and using way too much ‘french’, she fully encapsulated all the frustrations the common man harbors against the government that is most obviously biki hui. The footage took rounds of social media last year and made a glorious comeback this years as well.
People took it upon themselves to memorialize aunty bik gayi hai gormint‘s message:
There were memes.
More memes featuring the other viral sensation Salt Bae.
AND SO MANY MORE MEMES:
And some took it upon themselves to take the message straight to the “gormint” too:
It’s safe to say that this is going down in pop culture history.
So, today, All India Bakchod set this monumental display to their official Facebook page that has 2,806,412 followers as I type this.
And that’s, really, honestly, quite a lot. Of course, I love them very, very much. (LOVE YOU ROHAN, YOU CUTIE)
All hail Che Gormint: the fighter of crimes, the voice that stands strong against all the injustices by the “bharwas”.
That got us thinking, how INTERNATIONAL is biki hui gormint?
There was this little fella bringing the message international recognition in an Australian cricket stadium:
There was also this Pakistani girl at the anti-Trump rally with a very important message:
And this American dude sayin’ it like it is:
Are there any others that we’re missing? Drop in the comments below.