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Apparently a way of describing any woman who is not a sati savitri and who therefore must be a ultra-fast POMO chick of some sort. Though why one would compare ladice of any type to used goods is beyond comprehension.
The term is perhaps derived from the "make-up" that needs to be applied before selling a "banged-up" gaddi on the second-hand market. Imagine buying a "lightly used" Yezdi for sale in a chor bazaar. The chalu seller hides the dent with the paint and with a straight face say it's first class and jugaad-free. Such must be the attitude of any woman standing up against the excessive bandobast in Delhi today. Whattey naansense, I say!
Popularized by our very own Pranab da's very own Bangla son: Abhijit Mukherjee, one can also say it refers to the anachronistic and chauvinistic Uncleji ideologies that passes off as cultural leadership in India today.
Or read the translation below...
"What's basically happening in Delhi is a lot like Egypt or elsewhere, where there's something called the Pink Revolution, which has very little connection with ground realities. In India, staging candle-lit marches, going to disco - we did all this during our student life too, we were students too - I know every well what kind of character students should have. Those who claim to be students - I can see many beautiful ladice among them - highly dented and painted - they're giving interviews on TV, they've brought their children to show them the scenes. I have grave doubts whether they're students, because shundoris of that age are generally not good students."
Brownface John: "OK OK, at least can you say 'Thank you come again!' ?"
Rest of World: Blech!
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Typically used in an accusatory or aggrieved way suggesting that the referred to activity, event or noun is false, misleading, cunning, thieving or generally speaking disingenuous.
Often used as a smokescreen to deflect criticism when caught red-handed.
Derived from the Kannada phrase "sum-sumne" meaning, er, simp-simply
one of a giant class of South Indian English phrases that make no sense in English and have to be translated into Kannada, or Tamil to make sense.
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Related Termssimply going snake taking and putting in pockit, simply don't say, Simply, simbly, what and all
It is similar to the Pomo chick in mass-energy, but opposed on all other dimensions like spin, charge, literary pretensions, movement in space-time, and willingness to tolerate general or moral relativism.
Both POMO chick and Mo-pillai are produced by accelerating Jesuit theology to high velocity and colliding it with TamBrahm strictures in single-sex convented environments otherwise known as the LHC or Large Hard-on Colluder. Yield is enhanced by putting both particles through a sequence of expensive lau failures. The collisions produces a matched pair of POMO chick and Mo-pillai who depart to opposite ends of the universe at great velocity but in opposite ideological directions. One particle is moving forward in time and the other is moving backward, but sadly due to general and moral relativity one is unable to determine which is which.
Examples of movement in space time, showing Condom coupling
Pomo chicks: St. Stephens/LSR --> LSE --> Gayathri Spivak--> useless liberal arts degree --> jhola + cause --> angrily liberate the females
Mopillai: REC Guindy --> Illinois Insititute of Technology --> Freidrich Hayek --> useless engineering degree --> mortgage + stock options --> angrily enforce the patriarchy
The particles cyclically recollide every winter at Recyclotron (otherwise known as Bangalore Club, or Tamil-matrimony.com) spitting off a random collection of quirks (top, bottom, charm, strange etc.) , leapt-on jokes and of course the elusive Higgs Boozon.
Once an appropriate match has been found the same is then presented to the parents as a conventional arranged marriage with a traditional with modern outlook partner
Couple (looking at each other uncomfortably) : semi-arranged, you can say
* class dissolves into laughter *
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Otherwise convent-ionally known in India as a good education.
However, owing to its almost exclusive usage by the police in India it has come to mean "security arrangements by the local police / militia / mafia / political party."
It is now marked by an excess of men in uniforms, paid audience / agitators, stupidly placed barricades and monstrous traffic jams,
Ambitious mamas in Bangalore are known to say "Bandh or Bust", which is a civil society way of saying "Double or Nothing"
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Terms referencing thisvardhi
For emphasis, every letter is said distinctively, as in Deee Emmm Teee