It’s been almost a week since the very hyped verdict came out against the Sharif family. With the possibility that Nawaz Sharif and fam might be going to jail, things have been…well, there’s just been a lot going on. Needless to say, everyone’s been losing their shit.
For real. Even people in London went berserk!
(Okay, not really – but this never stops being funny.)
Protests in London after yesterday's verdict on Nawaz Sharif!Snapchat: mominsaqibInstagram: mominsaqib
Gepostet von Momin Saqib am Freitag, 6. Juli 2018
But in a world where social media is an extremely important element in our lives, there was absolutely no way that brands and marketing houses could stop themselves from jumping on this glorious bandwagon.
So here we are, with some of our absolute favorite roasts of the week!
Nawaz Sharif ki baat hou and koi zor seh, “Mujhay kyun nikla?!” na cheekhay, aesa kaisay housakta hai?! Presenting, Careem:
After-ن promo for our customers! 😉T&Cs:-5% discount-Valid on all car types -Valid for Pakistan-Usage per person: 1-Max Discount: Rs. 20
I mean…’Afternuun?’ Ungli uthao? Promo kyun nikala?
Interestingly, Careem got into trouble for this ad, and people went IN on them for coming off as PTI supporters. The had to officially apologize.
We sincerely apologise for hurting your sentiments. Careem is politically neutral and our election taglines covered all popular political slogans. Our singular aim is to get everyone to the polling stations. #CareemForDemocracy pic.twitter.com/VoDMhbLM8q
— Careem Pakistan (@CareemPAK) July 9, 2018
But Careem wasn’t the only company trolling Nawaz Sharif. Of course, others joined in too.
Here’s Lunch Time having an absolutely cheeky time.
(Appreciate my puns, too.)
Is saal ka sab se Aehm Sawal ● Aakhir is Slanty ka Qasoor kia hai ?Isko kyn nikala ;)Like | Share | Comment | Tag#KyuNikala #QasoorKiaHai
Gepostet von Lunch Time am Samstag, 7. Juli 2018
Let’s talk about going all in and… err… dedicating an entire clothing collection to the cause…
They REALLY went in.
Moos ‘n’ Clucks joined in too.
And Espresso hit us all hard with some real talk…
The verdict's in and the sentences have been issued. What happens next?
And then there’s this. Subtle, but gets the message across.
As serious as the verdict is, trust Pakistanis to lighten things up with some humor. If you’ve come across more of such content, share away in the comments!