How do you translate ‘patni purani ho jati hai’ and ‘phir woh mazaa nahin rahta‘? Roughly translated it means, ‘When the wife is no longer new’, ‘it’s no longer fun’.
And this is what Union Coal Minister Sriprakash Jaiswal said,
“Nayee nayee jeet aur nayee nayee shaadi ka apna alag hi mahatv hota hai, jaise samay beetega jeet purani hoti jayegi, jaise jaise samay beetta hai patni bhi purani ho jaati hai, phir woh mazaa nahin rahta hai” [Link]
What do you think?
“When I was inaugurating a Kavi sammelan news came that India beat Pakistan and people started bursting crackers. I stopped the sammelan and said that you celebrate the victory first since the charm of celebration is for new victory only,” he said.
“If it will get old, the charm will get lost like the way a wife gets old then celebration of marriage does not remain that enjoyable… ” [link]
And Vidyut shared this tweet
You need good looking girls.
Sudev Abeysekarara: “The dance steps being performed are fine. But the thing is that in an event like this you need good looking girls… “
Benastrada • 13 hours ago
They obviously were so short of money they couldn’t hire a boss with brains!!! Chauvinistic pigs: get one free!
Edited to ask: So what do Wives and Cheerleaders have in common?