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These Pictures Of People Violating The Laws And Screwing The Rules Will Make You Roll Your Eyes And Think ‘India Mein Sab Chalta Hai!’

Priyambada Dubey | Last Modified - Jun 15, 2017, 01:40 PM IST

Kyuki ye India hai mere dost!
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    We think the phrase “rules are meant to be broken” must have been coined by some Indian. Why? Because we swear by it, always. Ask us to ‘not’ do something’ and we will make sure that we do it. We find a fun in this. And why not, India me sab chalta hai.

    While all of us are guilty of breaking the rules at some point or the other, these Indians are the worst offenders. Trust us, these people are taking the concept of thug life to an all new level and we cannot help but burst into laughter.
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    We think the phrase “rules are meant to be broken” must have been coined by some Indian. Why? Because we swear by it, always. Ask us to ‘not’ do something’ and we will make sure that we do it. We find a fun in this. And why not, India me sab chalta hai.

    While all of us are guilty of breaking the rules at some point or the other, these Indians are the worst offenders. Trust us, these people are taking the concept of thug life to an all new level and we cannot help but burst into laughter.
  • +17 See more slides
    We think the phrase “rules are meant to be broken” must have been coined by some Indian. Why? Because we swear by it, always. Ask us to ‘not’ do something’ and we will make sure that we do it. We find a fun in this. And why not, India me sab chalta hai.

    While all of us are guilty of breaking the rules at some point or the other, these Indians are the worst offenders. Trust us, these people are taking the concept of thug life to an all new level and we cannot help but burst into laughter.
  • +17 See more slides
    We think the phrase “rules are meant to be broken” must have been coined by some Indian. Why? Because we swear by it, always. Ask us to ‘not’ do something’ and we will make sure that we do it. We find a fun in this. And why not, India me sab chalta hai.

    While all of us are guilty of breaking the rules at some point or the other, these Indians are the worst offenders. Trust us, these people are taking the concept of thug life to an all new level and we cannot help but burst into laughter.
  • +17 See more slides
    We think the phrase “rules are meant to be broken” must have been coined by some Indian. Why? Because we swear by it, always. Ask us to ‘not’ do something’ and we will make sure that we do it. We find a fun in this. And why not, India me sab chalta hai.

    While all of us are guilty of breaking the rules at some point or the other, these Indians are the worst offenders. Trust us, these people are taking the concept of thug life to an all new level and we cannot help but burst into laughter.
  • +17 See more slides
    We think the phrase “rules are meant to be broken” must have been coined by some Indian. Why? Because we swear by it, always. Ask us to ‘not’ do something’ and we will make sure that we do it. We find a fun in this. And why not, India me sab chalta hai.

    While all of us are guilty of breaking the rules at some point or the other, these Indians are the worst offenders. Trust us, these people are taking the concept of thug life to an all new level and we cannot help but burst into laughter.
  • +17 See more slides
    We think the phrase “rules are meant to be broken” must have been coined by some Indian. Why? Because we swear by it, always. Ask us to ‘not’ do something’ and we will make sure that we do it. We find a fun in this. And why not, India me sab chalta hai.

    While all of us are guilty of breaking the rules at some point or the other, these Indians are the worst offenders. Trust us, these people are taking the concept of thug life to an all new level and we cannot help but burst into laughter.
  • +17 See more slides
    We think the phrase “rules are meant to be broken” must have been coined by some Indian. Why? Because we swear by it, always. Ask us to ‘not’ do something’ and we will make sure that we do it. We find a fun in this. And why not, India me sab chalta hai.

    While all of us are guilty of breaking the rules at some point or the other, these Indians are the worst offenders. Trust us, these people are taking the concept of thug life to an all new level and we cannot help but burst into laughter.
  • +17 See more slides
    We think the phrase “rules are meant to be broken” must have been coined by some Indian. Why? Because we swear by it, always. Ask us to ‘not’ do something’ and we will make sure that we do it. We find a fun in this. And why not, India me sab chalta hai.

    While all of us are guilty of breaking the rules at some point or the other, these Indians are the worst offenders. Trust us, these people are taking the concept of thug life to an all new level and we cannot help but burst into laughter.
  • +17 See more slides
    We think the phrase “rules are meant to be broken” must have been coined by some Indian. Why? Because we swear by it, always. Ask us to ‘not’ do something’ and we will make sure that we do it. We find a fun in this. And why not, India me sab chalta hai.

    While all of us are guilty of breaking the rules at some point or the other, these Indians are the worst offenders. Trust us, these people are taking the concept of thug life to an all new level and we cannot help but burst into laughter.
  • +17 See more slides
    We think the phrase “rules are meant to be broken” must have been coined by some Indian. Why? Because we swear by it, always. Ask us to ‘not’ do something’ and we will make sure that we do it. We find a fun in this. And why not, India me sab chalta hai.

    While all of us are guilty of breaking the rules at some point or the other, these Indians are the worst offenders. Trust us, these people are taking the concept of thug life to an all new level and we cannot help but burst into laughter.
  • +17 See more slides
    We think the phrase “rules are meant to be broken” must have been coined by some Indian. Why? Because we swear by it, always. Ask us to ‘not’ do something’ and we will make sure that we do it. We find a fun in this. And why not, India me sab chalta hai.

    While all of us are guilty of breaking the rules at some point or the other, these Indians are the worst offenders. Trust us, these people are taking the concept of thug life to an all new level and we cannot help but burst into laughter.
  • +17 See more slides
    We think the phrase “rules are meant to be broken” must have been coined by some Indian. Why? Because we swear by it, always. Ask us to ‘not’ do something’ and we will make sure that we do it. We find a fun in this. And why not, India me sab chalta hai.

    While all of us are guilty of breaking the rules at some point or the other, these Indians are the worst offenders. Trust us, these people are taking the concept of thug life to an all new level and we cannot help but burst into laughter.
  • +17 See more slides
    We think the phrase “rules are meant to be broken” must have been coined by some Indian. Why? Because we swear by it, always. Ask us to ‘not’ do something’ and we will make sure that we do it. We find a fun in this. And why not, India me sab chalta hai.

    While all of us are guilty of breaking the rules at some point or the other, these Indians are the worst offenders. Trust us, these people are taking the concept of thug life to an all new level and we cannot help but burst into laughter.
  • +17 See more slides
    We think the phrase “rules are meant to be broken” must have been coined by some Indian. Why? Because we swear by it, always. Ask us to ‘not’ do something’ and we will make sure that we do it. We find a fun in this. And why not, India me sab chalta hai.

    While all of us are guilty of breaking the rules at some point or the other, these Indians are the worst offenders. Trust us, these people are taking the concept of thug life to an all new level and we cannot help but burst into laughter.
  • +17 See more slides
    We think the phrase “rules are meant to be broken” must have been coined by some Indian. Why? Because we swear by it, always. Ask us to ‘not’ do something’ and we will make sure that we do it. We find a fun in this. And why not, India me sab chalta hai.

    While all of us are guilty of breaking the rules at some point or the other, these Indians are the worst offenders. Trust us, these people are taking the concept of thug life to an all new level and we cannot help but burst into laughter.
  • +17 See more slides
    We think the phrase “rules are meant to be broken” must have been coined by some Indian. Why? Because we swear by it, always. Ask us to ‘not’ do something’ and we will make sure that we do it. We find a fun in this. And why not, India me sab chalta hai.

    While all of us are guilty of breaking the rules at some point or the other, these Indians are the worst offenders. Trust us, these people are taking the concept of thug life to an all new level and we cannot help but burst into laughter.
  • +17 See more slides
    We think the phrase “rules are meant to be broken” must have been coined by some Indian. Why? Because we swear by it, always. Ask us to ‘not’ do something’ and we will make sure that we do it. We find a fun in this. And why not, India me sab chalta hai.

    While all of us are guilty of breaking the rules at some point or the other, these Indians are the worst offenders. Trust us, these people are taking the concept of thug life to an all new level and we cannot help but burst into laughter.

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