Here Are The 15 Rules Or Laws That Delhi Lives By
1. The Other Side Law:If my side of the road has a traffic jam, then I can start driving on the wrong side of the road, and all incoming cars will be rerouted via Meerut.
- 2. The Queue Nahin Rule:If there is a queue of many people, no one will notice me sneaking into the front as long as I am looking the other way.
- 3. The Mind Over Matter Law:If a red light is not working, four cars from different directions can easily pass through one another.
- 4. The Auto Axiom:If I indicate which way I am going to turn my auto rickshaw, it is an information security leak.
- 5. The In Spit Of Thing:The more I lean out of my car or bus, and the harder I spit, the stronger the roads become.
- 6. The Cinema Hall Fact:If I get a call on my mobile phone, the film automatically goes into pause mode.
- 7. The Brotherhood Law:If I want to win an argument, I need only to repeatedly suggest that the other person has illicit relations with his sister or mother.. .
- 8. The Baraat Right:When I'm on the road to marriage, all the roads in the city belong to me.
- 9. The Heart Of Things:If I open enough buttons on my shirt, the pretty girl at the bus stop can see through my hairy chest into the depths of my soul.
- 10. The Name Game:It is very important for the driver behind me to memorise the nicknames of my children.
- 11. Parking Up The Wrong Tree: When I double-park my car, the road automatically widens so that the traffic is not affected.
- 12. The Chill Bill Move:When I park and block someone else's car I am giving him a chance to pause, relax, chill and take a few moments off from his rushed day.
- 13. The Brrrrp Break:The louder I burp in a public place; the more it helps other people digest their food.
- 14. The Bus Karo Law:If I don't stop my bus at the correct place near the bus stop, the city will explode and blow into 6 million pieces.
- 15. The VIP Rule:There are only 7 important persons in this city-Me, I, Myself, Main, Mainu, Aami and Moi !
Thursday, January 17, 2008
The following laws, though for Delhi will apply equally to all other Indian Metros and fast growing towns may be with slight modifications.