Every parent in the world has their own way of taking care of or raising their children. They have their own plans, dreams, and aspirations for their children when they grow up. However, growing up in an Indian household is quite different than others. Yes, we shall not hesitate to say that Indian parents have their own set of rules and decorums and failing to abide them certainly result in a good old beating. Agree?
Indian parents also expect their kids to behave like adults and yet never let them be sole independent and continue to treat them as a child no matter what their age. They can’t stand you dating but marry a stranger. Though not that much today but in the past almost every Indian parent wants their kids to become engineer or doctor. Yes, such is the kind of Indian parents, and we’ve seen it and all been there, isn’t it?
True, while we Indians are the luckiest to have such loving and protective parents, but sometimes, the expectations and struggles dealing with Indian parents are often far too real. In this article, we bring you a list of hilarious tweets on Indian parents that every Indian kid would relate to. Take a look.
Indeed this is one of the most priorities for most Indian parents.
Indian parents be like. pic.twitter.com/Q7yaimDx9T
— Bollywood Gandu (@BollywoodGandu) August 3, 2018
This is also quite true for many parents.
Non Indian Parents to their baby : Eat your food and be a good child!!
Indian parents : Jaldi khana kha le warna baba aa jaega!!#ParentingTip 😂
— Nikhil (@nikhil2488) August 4, 2018
Whose all parents are like this?
When desi parents think you’re sitting too close to the tv pic.twitter.com/KQP4dDWkJG
— MJW (@meerajain88) August 4, 2018
Are Indian parents really that hard to believe and easy to conclude things?
Indian parents Showing Confidence in their Kid.
Failed – Humein to Pehle hi pata tha fail hoyega.
Passed – pakka cheating karke Pass hua hai.
— Noddy (@FakeRainaNephew) August 3, 2018
Do you see that look on their face? Enough said.
Indian parents when you tell them you are quitting the job to do a startup. pic.twitter.com/e6ulRa1tU4
— Paras (@Daliemama) July 31, 2017
The ultimate thing for most parents.
Indian Parents: pic.twitter.com/mXVbI1hnPB
— Rohan (@DelhiSeHu_BC) July 30, 2017
Do you think Indian parents should talk about sex with their children?
How Indian parents avoid sex talk:
Kid: “Ma, how was I born?”
Mother: “I picked you up from the garbage bin”
— Shreedhya Kurup (@Shreedzter) July 18, 2017
This is also true, right?
Indian parents will tell you that you’re too young to do something alone but then say you’re old enough to do something else by yourself…
— Indian Stats (@Indian_stats) July 10, 2017
Yes, most parents say this.
*Desi Parents won’t give u Direct reply*
-Me: Mere Frnds bhi jaa rahe vha, mai bhi jaau?
-Mom: Beta Tere Frnds khaai me kudenge to tu bhi kudega??
“I guess She is saying NO”
— Åmâñ Vêrmä (@mVrm17) August 2, 2018
— Sameer Allana (@HitmanCricket) August 3, 2018
Never means never kind of!
Indian parents to love marraige… pic.twitter.com/2GWCYOTWdY
— Namrata Sharma (@Namrata62213935) July 31, 2018
Jab mein nadia,pahad,
tumhari umar rakhchaso ka
ka tha school samna karke
jana bahot padhne jate the
— Kamal (@pandeyhere_) August 4, 2018
They think gadgets are the cause of everything?
Me: My knee is hurting give me a panadol.
Mum: No why painkillers are not good. Stay off your phone and laptop the pain will go away #IndianParents
— Himanshu (@laliosaurus) July 27, 2018
True, parents beating children is never a joke in India!
When you tell your foriegner friends About indian parents beating their kids and they consider it as just a dark joke,
You be like : pic.twitter.com/HXxfRZWeqg
— Poison (@madvortex2000) July 22, 2018
Many kids must be really doing this on holidays.
Indian parents must understand that “Holiday” means RESTING……not clean house, wash curtains, tree, walls, pavement.
— Ricky Chan (@ricky_built) July 27, 2018
Indians will be always Indians?
English parents: Good night son.
Indian parents: Gate lock kar ke sona.
“Chor gate se nai ayega” *voices* pic.twitter.com/OZZ1ZmZXT7
— Kotur M🇮🇳 (@kotur_) July 17, 2017
Having read the above tweets on Indian parents, what kind of changes do you like to see on Indian parents?