If you’ve lived in Mumbai, you would feel that it’s the coldest place to live in. But if you’ve moved to Delhi from Mumbai, you are sure to feel, ‘kya jhooth boltey hai yaar Mumbai k log’. This banter between Delhiites and Mumbaikers is never going to grow old.
But, Twitter recently raised eyebrows when a German woman living in Mumbai said that Mumbai winters are unbearable for her.
Taking to Twitter, the woman named Simi penned that even though she has braved winters of -23° celsius, she is sitting in her Mumbai house with both the air conditioner and the fan switched off. Moreover, she has also enveloped herself in a warm woolen scarf. This is how cold she is RN.
I'm German. I've braved winters of -23° Celsius. Yet, I'm sitting in Mumbai with both AC and fan switched off wrapped in a Kilmora merino wool scarf… am I falling sick again or what is this?
— Simi B Good (@SimiBGood) January 22, 2023
As expected, people took to the comments sections to understand and give their own explanations of why she is unable to bear Mumbai winters.
We don’t have internal heating in India so many people who are although accustomed to much colder winters in the West, feel cold here. Delhi is worse!
— Japleen Pasricha (@japna_p) January 23, 2023
This sounds like season flu. Please check for fever and avoid sudden temperature shifts.
— Tushar Mehta (not Solicitor General) 🇺🇦 (@thetymonbay) January 22, 2023
It’s normal … pic.twitter.com/6GJ0U3PJ0H
— Sᴜᴢᴀɴɴᴇ Bᴇʀɴᴇʀᴛ (@suzannebernert) January 22, 2023
I’ve got socks on and a shawl for my head, another for my legs, and I’m under a duvet
— Anushree Majumdar (@CaptBackspace) January 22, 2023
— Rajiv Singh (@m4ntis007) January 22, 2023
Ab aap Desi ban gaye😆
— ⒶⓈⒺⒺⓂ (@Realaseemmisra) January 22, 2023
You are sick, stay away from me! pic.twitter.com/G7aO37cYFU
— Shreek | Sketchnote.co (@FreakShreek) January 22, 2023
Take a shower with cold water.
— AdityaM (@AdityaKMalhotra) January 22, 2023
It’s cold 😂 sending this tweet to all complaining dilli people
— No (@RootKanal) January 22, 2023
— Kanad Bandyopadhyay (@BKanad) January 23, 2023
It’s frequent weather change which is the problem, not the temperature.
— Office of Mukhiya Ji (@RaiAbhinav84) January 22, 2023
1) You braved -23 with housing designed for that temperature
2) you have just got acclimated to mumbai weather
— शून्य (@NamitKishore) January 23, 2023
Where are all Delhi people at?