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15 "Game Of Thrones" Memes That Perfectly Capture What A Bengali Goes Through During Durga Pujo

Brace yourself. Pujo is coming.

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Content website BongFeed, came up with an unusual combo of "Game of Thrones" and Durga Pujo.

And if you are Bengali, these memes will give you a lulz attack.

1. When you stand too close to that snide aunty.

Translation: Do you plan to wear such a low-cut dress for prayer?
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Translation: Do you plan to wear such a low-cut dress for prayer?

2. When you know just one line of that chant.

3. When you have to decide between fun and your wallet.

Translation: The cab guy is asking for 200 bucks for such a short distance.
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Translation: The cab guy is asking for 200 bucks for such a short distance.

4. When the entire city decides to congregate at one pandal.

Translation: Oi! Start barricading. There are way too many people.
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Translation: Oi! Start barricading. There are way too many people.

5. When you put more effort into Oshtomi dressing than your wedding.

FYI Oshtomi is the eighth day of Durga Puja.
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FYI Oshtomi is the eighth day of Durga Puja.

6. When you realise Durga Pujo is the Bong edition of Fashion Week.

Lolonas means women.
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Lolonas means women.

7. When this weird existential conundrum takes hold of you.

Translation: Who do I go to the Pujo with? My sister, or my girlfriend?
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Translation: Who do I go to the Pujo with? My sister, or my girlfriend?

8. When you are faced with this daunting task.

Translation: Do I have to wear a saree for Oshtomi?
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Translation: Do I have to wear a saree for Oshtomi?

9. When your boss isn't Bengali enough to understand your emotions.

Translation: Sir, aren't you going to approve my leaves for Durga Pujo?
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Translation: Sir, aren't you going to approve my leaves for Durga Pujo?

10. When your boss is an asshole.

Translation: Every Bengali is at home for Pujo, and I'm sitting here, writing codes in Bengaluru.
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Translation: Every Bengali is at home for Pujo, and I'm sitting here, writing codes in Bengaluru.

11. When you realise that you're not young enough for this shit anymore.

12. When you don't get this joke because you Kattik AF.

Translation: Kattik doesn't understand shit.
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Translation: Kattik doesn't understand shit.

13. When you run into mom before leaving for Pujo shenanigans.

Translation: You're gonna go to the Pujo in those torn jeans and black t-shirt?
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Translation: You're gonna go to the Pujo in those torn jeans and black t-shirt?

14. When you know it is more than just an obligation; it is a duty.

Chaanda means contribution.
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Chaanda means contribution.

15. And when this unusual disappointment occurs. (Though, I highly doubt it ever does.)

Translation: You're my uncle and you're my dad. So why don't I get two sets of new clothes?
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Translation: You're my uncle and you're my dad. So why don't I get two sets of new clothes?

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