It goes without saying that nothing can beat desi maa ki mamta. She selflessly takes care of us and provides unconditional love to us. On the other hand, desi dads might not always say how much they love us but they have a different way to show their unconditional love.
From switching off the air conditioner after ten minutes because room thand hogaya to carefully unwrapping the wrapping paper and keeping it under the gadda, there's simply nobody like a desi dad. They are a perfect concoction of sass, savage and sweetness.
And today, we have compiled some tweets that prove nobody can ever be as sassy as a desi dad. So, sit back and check out the tweets that truly define savage desi dads!
"Kaise ho?"— jean-luke (@amrtsh) February 15, 2017
"Tabiyat theek hai?"
"Lo mummy se baat karo"
If my life were a movie, my Dad has only 3 dialogues.
Dad casually asked me to rake the lawn, front and back. WHILE I HAD FRIENDS IN THE HOUSE. #IndianFather— 🕊 Quavo La Flame 🔥 (@Edmonjo) July 25, 2012
Dad talking on speaker phone:— Zainab (@Syyeda14) January 14, 2022
"AWAZ AANDI PAI HAY?" pic.twitter.com/y5snV4IIzJ
Desi dads are abso-fucking-lutely hard to please!
My dad as soon as he sees me wearing hooped earrings, "Why are you wearing bangles in your ears?" #desidad— Masoom Desai. (@Soomz2401) September 22, 2019
Indian dad: "My son is missing!"— Akshar Pathak (@AksharPathak) April 29, 2016
Police: "FIR likhwaani padegi. How would you describe him?"
Dad: "Not half as good as Sharma ji's son"
When your dad walks into your room on a sunday afternoon and you're still sleeping. pic.twitter.com/fJVnRygheI— Vaccinated Puppy (@BhayanakPuppy) December 4, 2016
So lucky to have family in my life. pic.twitter.com/znDKnc9UU2— Hasan Minhaj (@hasanminhaj) August 22, 2019
One time my dad said something sexist so I told him that’s he’s being a sexist and he was so offended. Not at the fact that being called a sexist is insulting, but because it had the word “sex” in it. #browndads #desilife— Farrah Ahmed (@ffwoww) January 13, 2019
My dad copy pasted the birthday wish from my bank to wish me I can't even pic.twitter.com/BED52ZrCwb— Srishti (@srishtidixit) April 6, 2017
Well, desi dads have their own reasons!
Going to the airport:— Desi Problems (@desiproblem) April 18, 2019
If they require travelers to be there two hours early, desi dads will drag you there at least five hours early #desiproblems
Dad thinks he can negate high beam of driver from opposite side by driving with high beams himself. Thinks this is B R Chopra's Mahabharat.— Nirwa Mehta (@nirwamehta) April 13, 2014
My dad always sees my face before taking a risky decision. Once I asked the reason and he said, "Isse bura ab kya hoga?"— Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) April 1, 2016
When I go home drunk and dad asks questions pic.twitter.com/ZkJHlcNhel— Akash (@vaderakash) July 28, 2017
Desi dad when he enters your room and finds you sleeping with lights on pic.twitter.com/xLrkpOzxAh— SwatKat💃 (@swatic12) June 14, 2019
Modern 'digital age' desi dads!
When your dad walks in your room and sees you using your phone instead of studying pic.twitter.com/5z3H6W06PD— shreyasi.s (@NautankiNinja) February 7, 2017
Why does my father text me like he's writing an email to the manager? pic.twitter.com/ZXHHZv5fhY— Away, foul fiend! (@twentytwoby7) June 24, 2021
Meanwhile, my dad chooses extreme brevity to the point of staccato pic.twitter.com/lRzGvFNjOp— Genderless Android ⚲ Futuristic Mermaid 🇵🇸 (@DietPravda) June 24, 2021
Ahahahahahaha. Reminds me of the time when my dad was working at a corporate and would pick up the phone and go 'Hello, this is Sandeep'. I was 10 years old back then and would be like yes I know who you are??— Shagun Ohri (@ShagunOhri) June 24, 2021
This is an Indian dad thing man. Case in point, My father’s email to me. (Yes, email. We write emails.) Enjoy. pic.twitter.com/XC6CzfvxvV— Abhishek Mande Bhot (@manicmande) June 24, 2021
My dad also adds "Please acknowledge receipt"— mercibeaucoup (@blimeyharry) June 24, 2021