Growing up, most of us are subjected to a LOT of advice, sometimes by the quintessential Pammi aunty to ‘eat less and walk more’ and other times by social media to keep our opinions to ourselves. Well, there’s no dearth of people giving muft ka gyan, but rarely do we meet anyone who talks about the real issues.
Well, this 21st-century dad’s two-cents to his daughter on her birthday is what we all need to hear time and again.
Twitter user Rupashree recently shared a screengrab of her dad’s message that he had sent her on her 21st birthday, reported Times Now.
I don't deserve my parents. pic.twitter.com/8tkf3ONSXz
— Rupashree//Raj stan acct (@jstalittleextra) September 15, 2020
Through the heartfelt text, her dad advised her that she shouldn’t be crying over people who don’t deserve her. He went on to say that “crying over biryani is better than crying over people”. But being a typical Indian father, he also told her to change her diet and read Hanuman Chalisa for inner peace.
He concluded his wholesome WhatsApp message by saying that the next time anybody tries to harass her, she better break his bones and bring him to their hospital.
Read the entire message here:
People were head over heels in love with this dad and his thoughtful wishes.
"Crying over biryani is more worth than crying over people"
Someone needs to put that on a billboard..😀
— Ankur Kaushik (AnK) (@f00ledByRndomns) September 16, 2020
To you, uncle, aunty & your entire family ❤️ pic.twitter.com/WauThLxLmd
— Arghya Acharya (@ArghyaAcharya7) September 15, 2020
I like the second last msg break the bones
— Sandeep Gandotra (@sandeepn9ne) September 16, 2020
That's the advice my dad gave me when I was getting married , one wrong word n you break his head , baki main dekh lunga 😂😂 I was dating the guy for seven years damn it , my popsie was an absolute darling n now 25 yrs later my hubby says the same to my daughter 😂😂
— samiksha mishra wadhwa (@SamikshaWadhwa) September 16, 2020
Oh my god, this is so sweet. Just after biryani, it was baby elephant and then Hanuman Chalisa..
Chronology samajhiye 😅😅
And what's this obsession father's have with Hanuman Chalisa 🙂
— Agnostic_Exploring (@AKhatri25) September 16, 2020
Your dad really is a gem huh pic.twitter.com/2JA6aPzLWp
— Harshit Saxena (@_harshitsaxena) September 16, 2020
Sooo wholesome 🥺 meanwhile my dad doesn't even remember how old I am 😃👍🏻
— babyshark (@babyysharkkie) September 16, 2020
This is sooo wholesome♥️ pic.twitter.com/oOSJbpOrAS
— N🦋 (@shamlessnikki) September 15, 2020
You're lucky, don't worry you will make them proud one day!
U r parents ❤❤
Best part:crying over biryani is more worth that crying over ppl!
Hanuman chalisa will really help u!
Happy birthday girl 🎂 !
— Mr Jaykumar (@MrJaykumar23) September 15, 2020
Some of us just want that type of connection with parents! You are really blessed
— Kash (@akashbhaati15) September 15, 2020
The best thing I saw today on Twitter ❣️ and yeah my parents tell me the same thing, I mean not to break a girl's bones 😂😂 but to not give a shit who is not worthy. 😊 Bdw Happy Birthday 🎂🎉🍻 May you find the one you deserve but may you love food more then humans. 😅 Cheers🍻
— Kalpan // My name and life both ain't got meaning. (@ImmmALooserrrr) September 15, 2020
Give him the Papa of the year already! pic.twitter.com/xbreiA7MLI
— Mr. Bakchod 🕴 (@MrBakchod) September 16, 2020
— Shreya (@GiveFreeFood) September 16, 2020
No previous messages, no conversations and suddenly 6 messages.. are bilkul possible hai 😄😄
— ROHIT♠️ (@rohit_tweets125) September 16, 2020
Isn’t he the sweetest? What do you think of this daddy’s realistic and humorous advice for his pyari beti?
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