October 1, 2009




As Boing Boing tells us, the love-story goes something like this.


It was just another hot day in Jaipur when Harish, an autorickshaw driver, sees Whitney, a University of Chicago student, in the distance and was awestruck. He asks her out for a cup of tea and she says no. He asks again, and she says no again. But Harish's persistence pays off, by the fourth time she comes around and they both grab a cup of tea. He shows her around Jaipur and, at the end of the day, he proposes to her. She accepts.

Err, seriously? :P


10 comments:

OnLY OnE..! said...

why did this happen in Jaipur!!!
NAHIIIIIII (bollywood style)

Ali said...

Kya khoob bewakoof banaya hai..amreeka, here he comes

moti billi said...

I cant believe it

Maybe the chick is a simpleton at heart :P

Salman Latif said...

Or is that a bollywood narration? O.o :D

mehreenkasana said...

Shut up all of you. So what if he's a poor auto-rickshaw driver? Honestly. How superficial could one get?

Thus, it has been proven ever so immaculately: Love is blind.

Rida said...

or maybe
1. she has some serious student loans, and no intentions of going back to UChicago.. credit history cant follow her in India
2. this is some sort of sociological study- and she is going to base her grad thesis on it
3. the heat
4. Kalaaaaaaaaaaaa JADOOOoooooo

P.s: I love your blog! :)

Anonymous said...

maybe I'm a bit of track, but this rickshaw driver speaks better english than our cricketers.

Deepak Iyer said...

Okay anonymous, whats wrong with "Wasim Bhai tell take wicket, I take wicket"

About the story, very touching indeed. Lemme go get some tissues. Anyone else wants ?

Manasi said...

It took just 4 attempts for her to say yes? My god, she has really spoiled it for all the American / foreign girls living here!

Ubaid said...

mujhey koi austrailian dhound doh naah :p