You travel by bus and never complain about it, you drink coffee more than water, you crave for yummy food of CTR, Tindi Bheedi, and Brahmin’s Cafe and if you have at least paid ‘meter pe 20 extra’ once then you are living in Bengaluru. Your time to reach home from airport is greater than the flight duration, you consider crossing Silk Board junction in a single attempt as a major achievement in life and if you can speak at least four languages and understand a couple more then you are certainly living in Bengaluru. Do not agree? These tweets about Bangalore will prove the point.
Amazing Tweets about Bangalore
When people took Bengaluru to Twitter, we got to know that how beautiful and alluring the city is. All that they had to say and express has come in the form of witty one-liners. People from all walks of life, living in the city, not living in the city, had lived in the city, everyone under one roof talking about Bangalore will increase your love and pride towards the city two-fold.
If you are a bachelor then one question that haunts you is ‘ What should I eat today for breakfast?’ – A Desperate Kharabath lover speaks.
#YouAreABangalorean if you have two baths in the morning – the regular bath followed by kaara bath.
— Param Arunachalam (@taparam) January 16, 2013
You just can’t find your way. The roads of Bengaluru will confuse you though there are enough signboards to guide you.
#YouAreABangalorean if you guide a tourist – aage jaake rightu – & the poor sod comes across 4 rightus at different angles.
— Ravindra (@ravirao83) January 16, 2013
Traffic Haters now say, “ Kabhi Aao Silk Board Pe.”
Don blame the traffic. We are the traffic ? #Bengalurutraffic #toomanywheels #wheelsonroad #unstoppable✌
— V!sh (@Visishya) March 24, 2017
Traveling in Bengaluru Auto is a different kind of experience. Auto is a word, Wonandaff is an Emotion.
Just came across this posted on an auto: "Agar meter se paise nahi diye toh har ladki behen hogi teri." #OnlyInBengaluru
— Kriti Sharma (@Pluuummm) June 2, 2017
Bengaluru weather will never disappoint you. The one best thing about Bengaluru is its awesome weather.
Delhi is touching 50 degrees and I am all the more convinced to settle down in Bangalore 🙂 🙂#bangalorelove
— Neeraj Kumar (@kn_neeraj) May 24, 2015
Once a Bangalorean, always a Bangalorean 🙂 #Bangalorelove
— Svetlana (@LanaLasrado) August 13, 2012
Someone is really upset with Facebook’s weather forecast. How can Facebook do this for a true Bengalurian?
@facebook weather update is an info. Can u stop being judgemental, for many this is prefect weather #Bengalurulove #nature #weather pic.twitter.com/AHD9RqXFF5
— SR (@Sumanstweet) May 13, 2017
Well, Mysore Pak is not an ICC match between Mysore and Pakistan. It is a sweet dish of Karnataka. (PS: Just trying to crack a joke)
couple of brownies and mysore pak makes me feel special #bangalorelove #goalove
— Lizy Dsouza (@Lizy_dsouza) May 11, 2015
Please with due respect to RCB Fans. Next time, RCB lifts the cup for life. #RCBForLife
Don't judge a city based on its IPL team #BangaloreLove
— Kodoor (@Kodoor) May 23, 2013
Bengaluru will never disappoint you brother.
House of spirits. Never seen a super market dedicated to only alcohol like this in my life. #bengalururocks
— Fahad Yunus Mohammed (@WhatTheFahad) May 6, 2010
Look at those hashtags. Seems that this guy is badly bitten by a Country Dog.
When dogs just don't listen to you #badassdogs #dukethedog #thesebitchesignoreyou #bangalorelove… https://t.co/OoTrXiHCbD
— tarle (@Peddambatta) August 28, 2016
Typical Bengaluru Slang Words.
Can't wait for some Guru's-Shishya's-Machi-Akkan type talking. This Mumbai 'Bhai' type lingo is getting to my nerves. #bangalorelove
— Gurugüey (@rakshit_m) December 1, 2014
You have never lived in Bengaluru if you have not traveled in BMTC.
More than anything, I miss traveling in BMTC ? #BangaloreLove
— Shruthi Nayak (@by2kaapi) February 28, 2015
#youareabangalorean If every sentence of yours is followed by macha
— Abhishek Sehgal (@awkward_gloph) January 16, 2013
For your Information.
#YouAreABangalorean if you know Vidyarthi bhavan is not a college or school but a hotel serving yummy masala doses 😀
— Madhukar KR (@krmadhukar) January 17, 2013
Let’s dance to the music of Bengaluru traffic.
#Benagaluru traffic moves in a tune:
1,2,3, Break #BengaluruTraffic @WeAreBangalore
— Hemanth Kamath (@MuteManushya) June 9, 2017
Sir is a Word. Saaar is an Emotion.
#YouAreaBangalorean if you pronounce 'sir' as 'saar' when addressing auto drivers and bus conductors #truestory
— Sundar Sreenivasan (@yellaokay) January 16, 2013
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