Simple Minds, Simple Quiz
"If I were part of the Ghauri family, I guess I would have less of a f**kin' potty mouth. Damn, those Pakistanis are not cool with the s**t talking."
Who said this?
1) Prithviraj Chauhan (in vernacular), before the second battle of Tarain, while assessing the opposition.
2) Syed Kirmani, before the 1984 series with Pakistan, on the issue of sledging. He had been accused of using unparliamentary language by Prof. Naseem Ghauri, chief advisor to General Zia Ul-Haq.
3) Unidentified Indian scientist, after Pakistan tested the Ghauri missile, while assessing differences between the Indian and the Pakistani missile programs.
4) None of the above.
From Chapati Mystery, I learnt about this newest addition to South Asian culture - "Paris and Nicole trade in their designer dresses for traditional saris when they take over the responsibilities of a traditional Pakistani mom".
I haven't seen the episode (nor will), but Abhi on SM might have. Also, I learnt from SM that this episode might have been rip-roaringly funny after all:
Hilarious scene where the Pakistani father asks Paris if she knows what the principal religion of Pakistan is. She is too afraid to take a guess, so he gives her a hint, "It is talked about very much in the news lately."By the way, the answer to the question was None of the Above. It can actually be attributed to Nicole Richie.
Then, ms. hilton's lightbulb suddenly goes off as she confidently replies," Kabbalah."