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04 February, 2020

What are some of life’s greatest ironies?

  • A pair of shoes typically costs 600–1,000 INR, but its place is below the feet.

  • A bindi (colored dot worn by Indian women) costs 1 INR, but it is worn on the forehead.


  • Salt may not be sweet, but it has never attracted insects.

  • Sugar, no matter how sweet it is, does.


  • She uses her body to get the money.

  • She uses her money to get the body.


  • We light candle in the memory of someone who has passed away.

  • We put off candle to celebrate our birthday.


  • Wine sellers never come to us to sell wine.

  • Milkman comes to our home to sell milk.


  • Shoes are sold in air-conditioned stores.

  • Food is sold on the roadside.


  • You don’t like white hair, but you like white skin.
  • You like black hair, but you dislike black skin.

Aren’t they looking gorgeous together?


  • He runs for his stomach.

  • He too runs for his stomach.


  • This is your necessity.

  • But, the same thing is their luxury.


This is a light hearted answer based on few of my observations. Readers are requested to please refrain from generalisation.

Source : Quora (Samujjal Das)

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