How to spot an Indian

Ø Everything you eat is savored with garlic, onions and chillies.
Ø You try and re-use gift wrappers, gift boxes, and of course aluminum foil.
Ø You are standing next to the two largest size suitcases at the airport.
Ø You arrive one or two hours late to a party, and think it’s normal.
Ø You peel the stamps off letters that the postal service missed to stamp.
Ø Your toilet has a plastic bowl next to the commode.
Ø All your children have pet names, which sound nowhere close to their real names.
Ø You talk for an hour at the front door when leaving someone’s house.
Ø You load up the family car with as many people as possible.
Ø You use plastic to cover anything new in your house whether it’s the remote control, VCR, carpet or new couch .
Ø You live with your parents even if you are 40 years old. (And they like it that way).
Ø If she is NOT your daughter, you always take interest in knowing whose daughter has run with whose son and feel it’s your duty to spread the word.
Ø You only make long distance call after 11pm.
Ø If you don’t live at home, when your parents call, they ask if you’ve eaten, even if it’s midnight.
Ø When your parents meet Indian for the first time and talk for a few minutes, you soon discover they are your relatives.
Ø Your parents don’t realize phone connections to foreign countries have improved in the last two decades, and still scream at the top of their lungs while talking.
Ø You have bed sheets on your sofas so as to keep them from getting dirty.
Ø It’s embarrassing if your wedding has less than 600 people.You List your daughter as “fair and slim” in the matrimonial no matter what she looks like.
Ø You’re always interested to know/interfere in others’ personal matters, what they are doing, where they are going, etc.
Ø You have really enjoyed reading this mail because you know some, or most of them, applies to you!

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