YES, we bongs can’t live without eating maachh, watching football and hugging kol balish at night. But with the approaching sheetkaal, we also can’t do without a ‘maanky tupi’. No kidding.
And as winter comes, it’s time for Bengalis to resume their love affair with monkey caps. The standard Bengali theory on this is that most of North India wears warm underwear in winter to protect their most precious asset. Bengalis wear monkey caps for the same reason pic.twitter.com/FcX2jd4Koj— Joy Bhattacharjya (@joybhattacharj) November 18, 2019
How do you recognize a Bengali in Delhi in November?— SSM (@SwatySMalik) November 25, 2014
They are wearing monkey caps and gloves already! 😝😝#JustKidding
Now along with many other benefits, this chomotkari tupi can also do this:
Bengalis wear monkey caps as a form of birth control. And it works. 🤷🏽♂️— Comrade Gym Bro (@AListRap) November 18, 2019
#WinterIsHere & so are all the monkey cap jokes on Bongs.— Akash Banerjee (@TheDeshBhakt) November 18, 2019
THIS IS A WARNING to all you guys – dont make fun of something you cannot even begin in understand. The Monkey cap is the most versatile accessory. 😎#BongBanerjee pic.twitter.com/lSmDpniVcI
Now, go wear it already naahole maa raag korbe.