“As long as you’re under my roof, you’ll do as I say!” Sounds familiar? Though diversity may divide us, maternity gives us the world a reason to bond.
As cringe worthy, monotonous, hilarious or melo-dramatic it sounds, moms around the world somehow function in the same way. We take a look at social media to pick out the funniest things moms usually say!
We agree that moms are dramatic, but when it comes to Indian moms the drama is elevated to much higher levels. Every household can turn into a daily soap. Have a look!
Eat almonds everyday, your brain will get sharper. #shitindianmomssay
— Nina Kaur (@xXnimbuXx) September 3, 2012
Subah se nayaha dhoya Kuch nahi bas phone pakad ke bait gaya. #ShitIndianMomsSay
— Nomad (@_SandSurfer) July 6, 2013
“I hope you have kids just like you, then only you will understand it.” #ShitIndianMomsSayJanuary 13, 2013
#ShitIndianMomsSay “Going out at this time? Who you going with? What time you coming back? Have you eaten?”
— Rikh (@rikhalicious) January 15, 2012
— Serena (@SerenaAnsari) April 30, 2017
Life of an Indian mom
-“Beta khana khaya kya? ”
– Death #indianmoms
— Akshit Harti (@AkshitHarti) May 5, 2017
my mom is the kind of person who will text me, call me, leave me a voicemail and email me all in the span of five minutes #indianmoms
— tara (@mhdvn) March 2, 2017
We Indians are billions in number with literally 2 career options. Stereotype much?
— Vinay Iyengar (@VinIyengar) January 15, 2014
And moms have the most sensible (not) remedy for every life problem.
Funny how mom thinks oiling my hair is the solution to every problem there is. Climate change? global warming? Oil your hair! #indianmoms
— Sheri (@sherinlinda) April 17, 2017
Tupperware and moms go a long, long way
Lost my mother’s Tupperware box 4+ years ago – obviously not a long enough time to convince her that I now deserve nice things. #IndianMoms
— Pranav Arya (@aryapranav) March 22, 2017
— FunnyThings Moms Say (@IndianMomthings) February 27, 2017
Talking of our tech-savvy mommies
*teaches mom how to video chat*
Mom doesn’t use voice calling anymore!#indianmoms
— harisankar mahapatra (@harisankar319) February 21, 2017
— Lander Claassen (@auslander9) May 6, 2017
Hear, Twitteratis, we got some tips for you
How to be trouble-free being at home:
1. khana time pe kha lene ka
2. favorite daily soap ke time disturb nahin karneka#IndianMoms
— Junkie d[~.^]b (@i_am_junkie) January 19, 2017
Let’s accept it, moms are the coolest! Well, maybe a little. And Social Samosa salutes all the #SocialSuperMom(s) out there.