Saturday, January 21, 2012

Sh*t White Girls Say to Their Indian Husbands

My personal favorite: "Honey, You're a pain in my ass!"

Hubby got a little excited by the Sh*t...Says... videos currently going viral on YouTube. I guess it's my fault because I showed him the Sh*t White Girls Say ....To Brown Girls and also Sh*t Redneck Guys Say and he wanted to make his own. Here is the result lol. It leaves me wondering...is this what I look/sound like hahahahaha!


Then of course, after some good reviews and plenty of hits on the video hubby decided he was also up to record the next video. Shit Indian Mothers say to their White Daugther-in-Laws! Oh man, we barely got to include half of the things all my gori sisters contributed to help make this video so funny. I think you guys are watching the next Bollywood comedian extraordinaire in the making hahaha! Enjoy!


8 comments:

  1. Oh dear me.....I am soooooo guilty of saying 'are we living in a trashcan?
    Love the use of the q-tip by mom in law.
    I wasn't aware that us 'white trash' goris get fat not only because we only eat junk food, but we smoke & drink too much too?
    Sigh..... I'm glad my mom in law doesn't speak English.

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  2. Hehe this is gold! thanks to Rohit :)

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  3. You're the first to catch that q-tip thing hahaha! My MIL doesn't speak English either and I don't think she says any of these things (I jumped right into the Indian denial phase there) and the rest is just funny. I pooled my resources and got all those phrases from my gori network. We had 3 pages but I was laughing too hard to make the video longer after Rohit said Indian women don't even die. That was too much for me lol.

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  4. I just went over your previous posts and can't help but imagine how lonely you must be in Amritsar, with only your husband who speaks English and limited interaction with other relatives....AND being sick for most of the year. You've got guts woman! To stay in Amritsar, which in any case is not the most expat friendly of all places and to bear all the muck and grime that comes with living in such a dirty city...I can sure imagine how hard settling down must've been for you!....Consider changing places to a cleaner city if health continues to be an issue....Chandigarh's not too far off. It's the capital of Punjab and is a MUCH nicer, cleaner place....I'm sure you'll really like the city with it's wide, tree lined avenues and much better standard of living :) I know I'm in no position to give you advice about your life, but it really disheartened me to see you facing such a tough time in our country! A salute to your courage! Take care and God bless :D

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  5. Yeah, you're right this is a fairly lonely existence. I am working on going somewhere else - anywhere in the US lol. I can't keep living like this. I celebrated my anniversary the same as I did my wedding, sick and in a lot of pain. This is no way to live. I've been to Chandigarh and it was so much nicer there. Even the construction zones along the road weren't nearly as scary as the ones in Amritsar. Thanks for your kind words and concern!

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  6. Oh this sounds so funny, I definitely need to watch this again with DH tonight (can't put the sound too loud right now). Your husband is a really good actor and you seem to have a fun relationship, good for you !

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  7. Thank you! Hope your hubby gets a laugh out of it as well.

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