Do you pout? Do you have breasts? You just may be an Indian 'bad girl'!

Titled 'Ek Budi Ladki (A Bad Girl)', the chart puts out nine qualities, obviously bad, that are the hallmarks of female shame

FP Staff February 19, 2015 13:59:26 IST
Do you pout? Do you have breasts? You just may be an Indian 'bad girl'!

A meme doing the rounds of the web could easily be something Sakshi Maharaj and co. would approve of. While this looks like a spoof, we can't really  guarantee that this is not something that has been put out by people who agree with the above-mentioned gent.

Either way, it's getting a lot of social media attention!

Titled 'Ek Buri Ladki (A Bad Girl)', the chart puts out nine qualities, obviously bad, that are the hallmarks of female shame. Smoking and drinking are obviously on the list, as apparently is pouting. The fact that the 'pouting' girl is doing so in front of what looks like a mobile phone, will also mean that those duckface selfies are also probably on the bad list.

And then obviously, you are quite terrible if you can't make round rotis or have been visiting Goa.

However, there is one thing in the chart that no girl has probably done. So you can perhaps escape being completely bad. The chart says that a bad girl 'letches' at boys. We know about leching, but since there's no human activity called 'letching', so you're good.

Then comes the most hilarious one: you're bad because you are a girl. The chart says that you're a bad girl if you have breasts! Dear lord, just sue us all and be done with it!

Either way, this is a great laugh!

Check out the chart below:

Do you pout Do you have breasts You just may be an Indian bad girl

 

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