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ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsTime and again, we are made to realize how important English language is and why one must learn it to become successful in life. We are sure you too would have, at some point in life, had this talk, either with your parents, professors or peers who pretend as if they just graduated from Oxford University (with their Rs perfectly rolled and sh*t). Having said that, we Indians simply LOVE English, so much so that we have invented our own version, which the Brits will ‘literally' trip on if they ever find out. © YouTube For some reason, we Indians can't accept anything that's non-Indian, without giving it a desi spin. Can you see the Indian Chinese cuisine raising its hand in approval? Well, if we can tweak the cuisine, how can we speak the language as is? Thus came along Indian English that is possibly the best form of the language you will find in this world. And stand-Up comic Rajneesh Kapoor explains how easy the language is because you don't need grammar to make your point. In fact, at times you don't even need words, just a *Tch* is all it takes to convey the message. In 1947, when the British were leaving the country, we Indians were possibly busy bargaining what was left for us. We took railways and English, but when it came to grammar, we lost interest and shifted to some other market, because who needs grammar? © YouTube Rajneesh also makes a really valid point, which makes us believe that English phrases are kind of pointless. “Tit for tat makes no sense, unless TAT stands for Tourism Authority of Thailand,” Rajneesh says and now we can never use the phrase in the same context. He further goes on to explain how we ruined the language and the English tea. They gave us tea leaves and water, we added milk, sugar, cardamom (elaichi), ginger, tulsi and badam. This was our sweet revenge that we, till date, savor with much fondness. Watch the video here, where Rajneesh hilariously sums up his love for Indian English, our hatred for grammar and collective love for ‘Oh ho ho ho ho'.