If you want to be like a gujju parent, then learn this 15 typical lines by heart! Indian Parents will tell you 100 things a day! Most of which are common dialogues that all parents say to their kids! I’m starting to think they were given lessons on what to say to your kids before getting married. Today we have 15 Things all Gujarati Parents say to their Kids
So read on and enjoy
- CHULAH PAR BESI JAU?!
Ugh, no mom, i want food. I don’t want you to cook yourself! This is one very common thing that every mom says when her kid annoys her to serve meal fast while the food is being cooked! I’m sure most of you will agree to this because I’ve actually heard lots of moms say this.
2) MANE KHAI JA
Again it is the same as ‘Chulah par besi jau’?! Nope I want food. Only Food that I can consume. Another line the moms make when you keep telling her that you want something to eat.
3. AA CHOKRI RASOI BANAVANU KYARE SHIKHSHE?
Utavad su che?! I will learn to cook, when I’ll be interested and when I really have to. So chill, I will learn someday. Moms always hoping their daughters start learning how to cook and help them in the kitchen.
4. AMARI KOI VAAT MANTI NATHI
Common dialogue of parents who try to persuade you to do something. So, if they tell you to go buy some potatoes from the market, and you’re not even listening, then you will definetly hear someone saying this from the kitchen (LOUDLY)
5. AME TARA MAA-BAAP CHE
Funny how they ask you to understand everything because they are “the parents”. Oh dad please, I know you are my dad. Gujju parents will say this once in a while to remind you that they are your parents and we need to listen to their every detail.
6. NAI BHANE TOH KAAMWAADI BANJE
Yes, because been a house maid is the only profession left after my MBA degree! Typical threat that all gujju parents give if the kid doesn’t study! That you will end up being a kaamwali bai.
7. ABHIYAS NAI KARE TOH SARO CHOKRO NAI MALE
Oh ya. Finding a perfect partner is all about education. He will leave me if I don’t know the mass of earth.
Yes girls are being told always that getting low grades in school or college will result in you ending up with some really pathetic and jobless guy. Soonly if I get an A grade, I will have a chance of getting a good and loving partner.
8. AMARA JAMANA MA PAISA NI KIMMAT HATI
In their times, aahh there were lots of good things. Now…it’s all about…digital world. Come on mom! Yes, their generation was a lot better in handling and valuing money. We are told this thing the moment we ask for something like a guitar or a SLR camera and pursue a hobby.
9. TAME JYARE MAA-BAAP BANSHO TYARE KHABAR PADSHE
So do I need to worry right now? So, we will have all the knowledge and understanding only when we become “parents”. Gujju parents will typically say this when we are not listening to their orders.
10. SU AKHO DIVAS MOBILE MA JOYA KARE CHE
Mummy, you will NOT understand how important it is to look at our phones! It’s where we get all our GK from – THE FACEBOOK. Gujju Parents do no understand our need to look at facebook, instagram and twitter every 5 seconds! So they will keep telling you this until you give up and help set the table for dinner.
Pani Puri is our daily bread. Please don’t take it away from us! LOL, so any health problems that you get is all because of the “Pani Puri”. Because you know the pani puri valas are disgusting! The root cause of the troubles you have in your life are because of pani puri. 😀
12. BAHAR NU KHAVANU OCHU KAR
Mom-Dad you will not understand why I eat outside once in a while, it’s because it keeps my health up-to-date! Again restaurant food or street food, ANY food other than home food is harmful to your sleeping habits, to why you’re getting tanned, to why you’ve gained weight, to why you’re having any problems with your life.
Farvu toh padej. Cannot miss on the movies and going out with friends just because I will get tanned. Oh yes, being tanned is bad. I should start using fair and lovely now and stop going out of the house or wear a duppatta on my face before leaving.
Dear parents, please don’t worry so much. I’m your child and I’m not going to end up doing nothing. Gujju parents always using this line to say to show their concern towards their child’s future!
I will learn ghar ka kaam soon. So wait until I’m 30 and I’ll catch up with you!