Shabana Azmi’s followers amazed by Chennai airport’s translation abilities
Actress Shabana Azmi’s sharing of a picture clicked in 2015 of a signboard put up by the Airport Authority of India (AAI) at the passenger waiting area of the Chennai airport has attracted a lot of attention on Instagram. The sign literally translating or mistranslating from Hindi to English that eating on carpet is prohibited into eating carpet. Azmi shared the picture of the signboard with a caption, “Really?” and hilarious comments started following. One of the user commented “Carpet Diet!” and other said “Carpetarians not allowed.” One of the followers said, “carpet might be too chewy to eat!” Some even took time to correct the translation. The post made actress Swara Bhaskar to write, “Amaze” with laughing face emojis.
Worcester couple’s dinner turns into ‘acci-dental’ discovery
It is common to find some unwanted ingredients in the takeaways while ordering food from famous joints. But a Worcester couple’s eating experience was ruined by a human tooth found in the food they ordered from a Chinese restaurant. Dave Burrows, 38, and girlfriend Stephanie McDonough, 29, bought a pork curry worth £6.30 from a local Chinese takeaway on Friday. Stephanie took to Facebook to share her bad experience along with a picture of the food and the tooth. The couple said, when they rang up the takeaway, the boss claimed it to be an animal gristle or onion. She wrote, “We thought it was a bone at first, but it’s definitely a tooth. We both checked it wasn’t any of ours. I phoned the restaurant later that night and the manager really tried to convince me it was gristle in the pork.” However, when the post went viral, Newtown Cantonese Takeaway is facing visits from the council food inspectors.
Boy’s search for lost slipper in pile of identical footwear results in meme fest
Searching for slippers outside a temple or marriage hall is nothing impressive. Almost every one would have lost a pair or two. But, what interesting on Twitter is that a photo of a boy looking for his lost pair of slipper amid a pile of identical footwear has triggered an avalanche of interesting memes. Though the identity of the boy remains unknown, the picture depicts him standing over a pile of identical white and blue slippers with a confused face. Many instantly started relating to the picture in imaginative ways and turned it into a meme. A user even went philosophical and wrote “Me Searching for real friend in between fake friends.” The witty ones are: “While cooking trying to differentiate between masala’s,” “Tourist trying to look for the correct Maganlal Chikki shop at Lonavala” and “When she shows you different shades of pink lipstick and asks which one should I buy....”