10 Patent Emotional Blackmailing Dialogues Of Indian Parents

10 Patent Emotional Blackmailing Dialogues Of Indian Parents

Indian families are effectively and rightly known for their drama. Whether you live in a large, joint family or a nuclear one, drama is just inevitable, thanks to Indian parents and their emotional blackmailing. Right from convincing you to join the course of their choice in college to getting you married to the girl of their choice, Indian parents are just so good at emotional blackmailing.

Here are 10 most common and hilarious tricks Indian parents use on their children for emotional blackmailing.

1. You can’t do such a small thing for us?


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I can do anything for you unless you are asking me to get married.

2. Why didn’t God kill us before hearing this!


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Yeah, same here!

3. This is your love for us?


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How is my not getting married linked to my love for you?

4. Is this why we brought you in this world?


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Ok, kill me now!

5. After us, who will take care of you? You should get married!


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Maybe, I myself!

6. You don’t want us to play with our grandchildren before we die?


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No comments here.

7. We’ve never asked anything from you. Please don’t say no for this.


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Okay then, let me try nahiiiii!

8. Okay, let it go. You don’t care for our happiness at all.


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Mom, please!

9. Do you still want to do it while we don’t like it?


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I don’t know if it’s a question or a dhamki…

10. Do what you want. Who are we to tell you anything!


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I thought you were my parents!

Pooja Kshirsagar is a full-time Copywriter, a passionate blogger and an aspiring novelist. She believes in the power of words and loves writing entertaining stuff and opinion-based articles.

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  • Sheetal May 13, 2016 05.11 pm

    This is so damn true Pooja !! we all have heard it 😀 😀

    • pooja May 13, 2016 05.13 pm

      Yes…every Indian child has heard it!

  • aarti ranpura May 13, 2016 05.40 pm

    hahahhahahah awesome it is! 😛

    we all are trapped in this coil! (Y)

    • pooja May 16, 2016 07.04 pm

      Lol yes 😛

  • Shivani May 19, 2016 10.09 pm

    And may be some day, we will be saying this to our kids

    • pooja May 20, 2016 02.20 pm

      Sure…we all will tell. Our 90s generation is going to have a lot of things to share with our kids.


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