India is such a diverse country with a vast number of cultures that different communities have different ways of solving a problem. If a problem were to arise, people from Delhi will respond with anger, those from Kerala will discuss things like adults, those from Bengal will probably eat mishti and forget about it…so on and so forth.
Similarly, most people in Bengaluru are very civil when it comes to solving a problem. Their first response is respectful conversation.
For example, a family living in Kormangala in Bengaluru very politely left a note for their neighbours asking them to not park their car on their spot.
“Hi, please don’t park your car here!! We had already requested you not to do so earlier. Please understand that we have been living in this area since the year 2000, and own 2 cars. Hence, we need a good amount of parking space. Please go back to your earlier parking spot. Let’s be good and supportive neighbours,” the note read.
A picture of the note was shared on Twitter by a guy named Subhasis Das. Here’s what he wrote:
— Subhasis Das (@inframarauder) June 27, 2023
However, several people from places like Gurgaon, Noida and Delhi hilariously responded to the tweet by sharing how typical North Indians would react to a similar situation. While some would deflate the tires, others would straight up break the windows!
Have a look:
Gurgaon m hota toh kaanch tod ke seat pe rakha hota same note
— Urvashi Gormat🌸 (@takeiteasyUrvy) June 28, 2023
delhi mei th sidha tyre puncture
— Urvi ✨ (@UrviGoel3) June 28, 2023
Hamare yahan hota to car hi gayab kar dete🤣
— V2😈 (@twitvishy) June 28, 2023
If this had happened in Gurgaon, the neighbor might have already broken the windshield with a baseball bat.
— Ritik Singh Panwar (@Ritik_Singh17) June 28, 2023
Bhai itna respect se bola hai agar nahi hata naa kaaanch toddena next time se.
— Tanyaaaaaa (@just_tanyaaa) June 28, 2023
How we dealt with a similar issue 😂 pic.twitter.com/Tr4RRKfrng
— Ankit Berry (@ankitberry) June 28, 2023
This is much better. My friend got sambar poured over his car for parking near a neighbour’s house. (somewhere around bannerghatta road) pic.twitter.com/eNpLKwRuIu
— Digil Kumar (@digilkumar) June 29, 2023
And then you have these as well pic.twitter.com/EqKIATW5pW
— Sagaran Jos (@sagaranjos) June 29, 2023
Permanent marker, permanent solution pic.twitter.com/IUd9yMlniJ
— Chandeep Singh 🧂 (@ch4nd33p) June 28, 2023
Isme thoda Delhi ka flavour daalo
— rant of hyper active heart (@settledbanjara) June 28, 2023
Lol northies in this thread shocked at the possibility that complaints can be expressed civilly 😂
— da golden bear (@AuBear21) June 29, 2023
Noida people would have flattened all four tyres
— SV (@SV29458538) June 29, 2023
Well, it’s good to see that at least some people are civil in this world! 😛