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The Hindu is no longer a family newspaper.

Sruthi Krishnan writes a couple of days ago:

“Whenever this ace table tennis player put two fingers into his pocket, his opponents got jittery. They knew he would start scoring more points.”

What next? An article on Rafa Nadal?

Today, GN Karthika from MOP Vaishnav writes in NxG:

“So, let us uglies, zip up our jeans-for-the-week (water saving strategy), and pullover a five year old (money saving strategy) kurta, slip into the pair of chappals you picked up on the streets of Pondy Bazaar and step out proud!”

I am mortified at the amount of water wasted by MOP Vaishnav girls who refuse to zip up. I also have no idea why they want the chappals I picked up at Pondy Bazaar yesterday.

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