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GOOD NEWS FOR THOSE WHO MISSED SHASHI THAROOR'S ENGLISH CLASSES

By Mukul Arora . 5th July 2018 11:30pm
GOOD NEWS FOR THOSE WHO MISSED SHASHI THAROOR'S ENGLISH CLASSES

Shashi Tharoor is one such politician who is known for usage of unheard English words. This Congress MP often takes to his twitter where he is used to express his feelings in an utterly nostalgic way. Some of the people even expressed that how Tharoor helped them in learning new words. Most of the people have stopped going to learn English and started following Tharoor for better knowledge of English language than going to the language classes. After a haitus, Tharoor returned to the world of Twitter by using words which are mostly unheard to rhyme with prurient. Hold on, in case you are rushing to Google what prurient means. While his tweet itself makes a reference to voyuerism, according to oxforddictionaries.com, prurient means “Having or encouraging an excessive interest in sexual matters, especially the sexual activity of others.” A mischievous friend (to whom I was complaining about the voyeurism of our media) challenged me to find a rhyme for the word “prurient”. he wrote. And this is what he Tweeted; “Our media is often prurient, Around money some are esurient; Many are visibly parturient, When birthing their inner scripturient." [caption id="attachment_41697" align="alignnone" width="334"] source/twitter[/caption] It took no time for Twitteratis to come out with crazy Tweets. Some of the tweets are mentioned below: A Twitter user named @namoneha tweeted; A mischievous friend (to whom I was complaining about the sunanda puskar case) challenged me to find a rhyme for the word "Jail". So I did: Shashi tharoor will go to Jail He will not get any bail He is just big congee whale Hail Hail Hail Hail...@shashitharoor  [caption id="attachment_41699" align="alignnone" width="337"] source/twitter[/caption] Some other tweets read; [caption id="attachment_41701" align="alignnone" width="332"] source/twitter[/caption] [caption id="attachment_41703" align="alignnone" width="337"] source/twitter[/caption] Did you hear these words before? Do let us know in the comments section below and for more freshly brewed content keep visiting gabruu.com