A day in the life of India

My experiments with Life

Parle-G to Maggie a changing India.

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 Parle-G biscuit had been the staple food for all bachelors, semi-garibs and middle class people. As bachelors or individuals, students living alone had always relied on parle-g and chai for satisfiying their hunger. But soon Maggie replaced parle-g, the first time i tasted maggie it tasted like crap, i didnt like it atall, but then i guess everyone get used to it. i still dont like maggie much, i cant eat it for 2 subsequent days. Its an perfect example of a nation made used to american shit with great deal of advertising.

Americans eat corn flakes because corn grows in plenty there, and they eat it with milk. gosh that tastes terrible. And with their countinuous advertising today’s kids are made to eat that shit. A perfect example of americanisation of our breakfast. 
i dont know why i am doing this completly chutiyagiri post. i m just out of my mind

Written by maya

March 9, 2009 at 4:04 pm

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  1. Millions in India love and eat Maggi not seduced by advertising but because it tastes great !! it is not american shit.. the Masala is as homegrown as it can be.. The title doesnt make sense Parle-G to Maggi.. that is 1930 to 1990. I think you are trying to make a point changing India from 1930 to present times. I agree with you on one thing.. its a total chutiya post.. I dont know how I ended on this blog and why I am bothering to post an even more chutiya comment…


    April 17, 2009 at 2:45 pm

  2. chutiya type blogs attract chutiya ppls i guess.


    April 20, 2009 at 10:47 am

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