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YE HAI MUMBAI MERI JAAN: SOME FACTS WHICH EVERY MUMBAIKAR WILL LIKE

Mumbai tips πŸ”±πŸš©πŸ°πŸš€πŸŒπŸŒ‡πŸŒŠ:



1. If you are a real Mumbaikar and away from Mumbai, you get sentimental, even if you hear words like Chembur; Dadar; Andheri, Bandra. πŸŒ†  πŸŒƒ πŸŒ‰


2. Mumbai - the only city where people no matter what language, religion and caste, express frustration by saying 'chaylaπŸ’ƒ

3. The only place where even bus conductor motivates us "Chalo aage badhoπŸšƒπŸšƒπŸšƒ

4. For Mumbaikars - Burger bole toh bakwaas, vada pav bole toh jhakaas.πŸ›πŸ”

5. Mumbaikars - we will stand in empty trains and will fight for a seat in crowded ones.πŸšˆπŸš‡

6. Mumbai - A city where people come to make their career and end up making their life. πŸ‘£

7. A city with blend of different people and three things, 'pudhil station', 'Agla station', and 'next station' πŸš‚πŸš‚πŸš‚

8. Slow local trains - the one which halts at all stations
Fast trains - the one which halts in between stations. πŸš₯
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9. Everything is fair in love, war and local trains.🚊🚊🚊

10. You never say angry. You say "dimaag ka dahi ho gaya hai"πŸ™†πŸ™†πŸ™†

11. Mumbaikar to auto wala - sakinaka chaloge?
Auto wala - nahi.
Mumbaikar - saale dubai chalega? πŸš“πŸš•πŸš“


12. Some words we use often - waat lagayi, aai shapath, pandu, party to banti hai, kat le, jhol, lai bhari, ek number.πŸ’‚

13. Local trains are the only place in Mumbai, where men are more civilized than women.πŸ‘·

14. In India we drive on the left of the road. In Mumbai we drive on what is left of the road.πŸš—πŸš—πŸš—πŸš—

15. That awesome moment when in local trains you don't have to move towards the exit, you simply pushed towards it by the crowd. πŸš‹πŸš‹πŸš‹

16. While giving directions you say right / left maaro aur waahan pe ek bridge girega...🚝🚝🚝🎒🎒🎒

17. If an Andheri/ Borivali passenger gets into a Virar fast train, that's a serious crime boss.🚫🚫🚫

18. Once you survive in a Mumbai local during the journey from VT to Kalyan & Virar to Churchgate or vice versa during peak hours, you can survive anywhere in the world.🏀🏀🏀

19. Train timings (9.27, 10.49 etc) are really important events of life.πŸͺ

20. In every local train journey you will find atleast one person asking " arey yeh platform kis taraf aayega?"🚨🚨🚨

21. No starbucks coffee can beat of our own cutting chai. ☕☕☕

22. Nobody remains "untouched" once you enter Virar / Karjat fast local. πŸ‘«πŸ‘¬πŸ‘­

23. 99% fast train halt at Goregaon station, but still not indicated...✋✋✋

24. Second class ticket Rs 9 and first class ticket Rs 104. No difference. You can't sit in either.πŸ‘₯πŸ‘€πŸ‘₯πŸ‘€πŸ‘₯πŸ‘€


25. Getting a virar fast train from Andheri / Borivali during peak hours is more difficult than getting into IIT and IIM. πŸ™ˆπŸ™‰πŸ™Š

26. If you smell Parle G Biscuits, Matlab Vile Parle Station aa gaya. πŸͺπŸͺπŸͺπŸͺ

27. Aur yahan Mumbai mein ghadi sab ke pas hai, lekin time kisi ke pas nahi hai. 🚘🚘🚘

28. You are travelling every day in Virar or Thana train.. aur tum train me friends nahi bana sakte... mean you are duffer, boring ( in short Mamu)πŸ™‹πŸ™ŒπŸ™‹πŸ™ŒπŸ™‹

29. 3 moments/places where politicians can't dare to speak about religion.πŸ‘€πŸ‘€πŸ‘€
         1. Ganesh Chaturthi
        2. Ramzan
        3. Mount Mary fair.


30. We are only and only Mumbaikar when 26/ 7 paralysed city, 7/ 11 blast & in 26/ 11 terrorist attck. We shows great example of humanity.πŸ’†πŸ‘ΆπŸ‘¦πŸ‘§πŸ‘΄

31. We have great respect for dabawala. We never argue with them and we always argue with machiwala in local 🐠🐟🐠🐟

Yeh hai MumBai Meri JaaNπŸŽ­πŸŒ†πŸŒƒπŸŒ‰πŸŽ­

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