Pakistanis On Twitter Are Defining ‘Desi Culture' And It Is Accurate AF

By Biya Haq | 19 Dec, 2017

As all of us Pakistanis know, being ‘Desi’ is not just a term, it’s a lifestyle. Everything from loud relatives to meddling aunties, Desi culture is not something that is easy to understand.

Lucky for us, people recently took to Twitter to define what ‘#DesiCulture’ was and boy oh boy, were we excited.

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^Us. Excited.

SO FRIENDS, here are some of the ways you guys defined Desi culture for us. Be warned, you will laugh, you will cry and you will crave biryani.

Haha, yes! Pretend! Haha! *crying*

Wanna tell me why I have to have a pound of makeup on my face and Ahmed gets to have nihari all over his kurta? HM? #DesiCulture.

Ohhh, no please aunty come in! No, I totally wasn’t going to my own wedding or anything…

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Not trying to be kanjoos, but those 10 rupees can add up tho…

What kind of other plans are there?

Hahaha whoops! Sorry! Didn’t mean to be 73 hours late! #NoRegrets #NoClocks.

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*Dramatically staring out the window singing Kabira*

WHAAADDDDUP SHAADI SEASON

Seconds? Hunni I’m on my sixth plate of biryani.

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Don’t try and resist, it’s gonna happen no matter what.

TOO. TRUE. AMMI.

We get married so that we don’t have permission issues. Simple.

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I. AM. RIGHT. HERE. SEE. ME.

Honestly, this is just smart.

????????

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No major decisions will ever be taken without the help of a few loved ones,  obviously…

100% true and 100% and proud of this.

Our parents are our lives.

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At the end of the day, Desi Culture means a lot more than rishtas and biryani. It is full of heart, love, strength and well, okay, maybe a little biryani. Be proud to be Desi and even prouder to enjoy everything that comes with that statement. Love you.

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