While cooling my heels at my grandparents home in Kerala during a hartal/bandh, I decided to write a blog post. The blog post has nothing to do whatsoever with the bandh mind you! I was chumma time-passing, just like that. So here is the blog post, another FAQ just like this one, though not related.
Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction. The term “commie” used in this post refers to a fictitious group of people. Resemblance to any group, caste, race or political party or ideology is coincidental and unintentional.
Why did the commie cross the road?
Because his leader told him to duh!
What did he do there?
He waited for his next order duh!
What is the best way to prevent a strike call by the commies?
Buy up all the red colored fabric in the city.
What is the favorite color of the commie!
Why did the commie get a Sony television!
Because he had raided a Sony Television shop duh!
What did the commie say when his employer gave him the pink slip!
Thozhilali Aikyam Zindabad!
Why did the commie come late for work?
He came to work? Really? Oh my gawd!!!
What happened when the commie got a really bad performance appraisal?
He was immediately promoted to Senior Comradeship!
How did the commie celebrate his birthday!
I have no idea! I wasn’t invited!
What was the commie’s favorite childhood bedtime story!
Red Riding Hood and the Imperialist Wolf!
Who was the commie’s childhood hero?
Comrade woodcutter who killed the Imperialist Wolf!
How do you make out a commie from a non-commie.
The non commie goes to work.
How many commies does it take to change a light bulb?
None. Changing light bulbs are for the bourgeoisie who work in air conditioned cubicles in Bangalore.