The Embassies Of India And Pakistan Are Literally Acting Like Kids And It Is Low-Key Funny AF

By Biya Haq | 16 Mar, 2018

It’s no (national) secret that India and Pakistan are STILL (like, STILL) letting their political issues with each other effect every other aspect of our relationship with them. Everything from banning movies to starting Twitter wars, things are, let’s call a spade a spade, pretty pathetic.

Well friends, here we go again.

Source: We Think Films/Hot Bottle Films

The Pakistani and Indian embassies in India have recently taken the petty notch up a belt with their latest actions.

Source: The Indian Express

^ Which basically means, the Indian and Pakistani high commissioners were playing a game of ding dong ditch in a span of DAYS, at 3 am. And they were prettyyyyyyyy pissed about it.

Source: Hum TV

And though this also sounds like the best game EVER, we, unfortunately, don’t think the parties involved felt that way. In fact, this is just one of the many instances of hostility between the Pakistani and Indian groups within India.

Ironically, aren’t these people supposed to represent the peace, acceptance, and diplomacy between the two countries? Like, HELLO!!? Rude.

But we did manage to find a bit of a silver lining amongst all of the madness. Well, at least the Twitter world did.

So, does this mean we’ve really just been crushing on India this whole time!?

International prank war, IT’S ON.

MashAllah, MashAllah.

REAL. TALK.

HAHA YES, finally a policy we can all get behind.

Making Mama’s proud across borders.

Annnnnnnnnnd that’s that.

Whatever side of the border you’re on, at least we can all agree that a good game of ding dong ditch is a great time. And here’s hoping that this craziness will end sometime soon and more importantly, that each respective embassy installs security cameras. Love you.

Have anything else to say on the matter? Any other fun tweets to add? NO HATE TO ANY COUNTRY PLS, we all get to enjoy the entertainment. Let us know in the comments below!

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Cover photo source: Norway Today/Cultural India

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