Mumbai rains are back and this time they’ve decided to show who the real boss of the city is (I use this line every year). In all seriousness, people have been advised to stay at home today because as Mika Singh aptly put it – Saawan Mein Lag Gayi Aag. But the people of this city, who have faced floods, waterlogging inside their homes and a fuc%ing deluge are thick skinned enough to crack some nice jokes! So check them out and laugh along with me.
— Harsh Lapsia (@harshlapsia) June 19, 2015
Best time to catch up on some sleep. #MumbaiRains
— Riya Patel (@yimt15) June 19, 2015
I’m a poet and I didn’t even know it.
Moving out in #MumbaiRains to reach office is the closest most mumbaikarrs will every experience adventure sports :D
— Jayant UnKill (@jayantgajria) June 19, 2015
It is so gloomy that Jaadu would’ve starved to death! #MumbaiRains
— Rohit Lodha (@rohitshahmi07) June 19, 2015
Om Om Om Om.
Now that #MumbaiRains is trending, I hope my Mumbaikar friends are having a nice time boating across the city.
— Alekhya Das (@iAlekhyaDas) June 19, 2015
— Twelfth Man (@D_Misplaced1) June 19, 2015
Opened up Tinder this morning. I matched with two women in raincoats and one umbrella seller.
— Sahil Shah (@SahilBulla) June 19, 2015
Go with the umbrella seller bro!
New rule. During heavy rains, school stays open, make all kids study urban drainage engineering. So one of them can grow up & fix this shit. — Vir Das (@thevirdas) June 19, 2015
Is this the end of the world? #MumbaiRains
— Chinsi (@Chinsi) June 19, 2015
The point is, never lose the ability to laugh, however bad the situation is. I should become a life coach, I know.