Social media trends are priceless. A simple thing can transform into a huge one, courtesy of the bevy of trollers on the internet. One of the international social media trends triumphing 2017 (also in late 2016) is from Pakistan.
It all goes back to an interview conducted by a news reporter of a local Pakistani lady who was complaining about our government and its negligence towards citizens. Who knew it was the day that would set the future, assert it into a whole, larger than life trend of memes and jokes and be the word of everyone’s mouth.
Yeh bik gayi hai gormint – legendary words by a legend
This particular trend has spread like wildfire that even our noisy neighbor India has accustomed to it now.
After all, we are:
DIVIDED BY BORDERS, UNITED BY GORMINT
Yeh bik gayi hai gormint has taken the internet by storm. They way people from India have reacted to it is well worth your attention. There have been some of the hilarious tweets and comments made by Indians on posts.
In fact, all famous All India Bakchod (AIB) did this yesterday:
Here is how Indians have reacted to it:
Two most used lines in India nowadays.
“Please god help me”
“Bik gayi hai ye gormint”
— God (@GyanOfGod) February 9, 2017
SIR, YOU WON THE INTERNET
Spoke to my ex after 10 years
“Kya bik gayi?” She asked.
“gormint” I said
— Tanmay Bhat (@thetanmay) February 9, 2017
@AllIndiaBakchod divied by borders united by bik gayi hai gormint
— Hassan Khan (@KhanProdigy24) February 9, 2017
Aunty Bharwi wins the Best Dialogue Award at the Oscars for “Yeh Bik Gayi Hai Gormint”.
— Bombay High Court (@2OFFICIAL4YOU) January 30, 2017
Offline me sab normal sa lagta hai, Twitter par aate hi ya toh Hindu khatre me hai ya fir ye bik gayi hai gormint ????????
— Rofl Gandhi (@RoflGandhi_) January 30, 2017
Waiting for movie title Bik gayi hai gormint.. Cuz if bollywood cash in on trending things then who will..
— Deepak Pawar (@dsp1808) January 26, 2017
People of India: Yeh bik gayi hai Gormint.
Mallya: Kya baat kar rahe hain ?
— Suyash Singhai (@sastayoda) February 9, 2017
*serious conversation about politics and economy*
Me: Yeh bik gayi hai gormint
— Raghav Jain (@_RaghavJain) February 10, 2017
Yeh Bik Gayi Hai Gormint pic.twitter.com/pWWL0vbNsc
— Manjit Singh (@Singh_Manjit84) February 9, 2017
Chocolate day pe aaj usne meri di hui 5 star ka swaad chakha,
Yeh bik gayi hai gormint, is gormint mein ab kuchh nahin rakha.
— Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) February 9, 2017
Yeh bik gayi hai gormint
— Bhavesh Rajpurohit (@BhaveshRockss) February 7, 2017
Pakistani aunty ji is famous!
This is from Udaipur #Gormint pic.twitter.com/ecdK1UwJm0
— Om (@timesn0w) February 10, 2017
That was a good laugh… Seriously, thank you!
Can somebody find this woman again? I am sure we all go crazy if we found her somewhere and would love her to say those words again.