17 Things Everyone Experiences When They Move To Pune
"Sunday? Cookout scenes, bro."
As soon as you move to Pune, the first thing you'll probably notice is that the weather is infinitely better than most places you've been to.
Within no time, you'll have determined where you go for your misal pav, and where you go for your S.P.D.P.
You'll also be very well-versed in the places you need to visit right after your meal.
But the morning starts with just one combination: a plate of poha and a steaming cup of chai.
You'll learn how to play good cop-bad cop with autorickshaw drivers, depending on the time of day.
OR you'll get yourself some kind of two-wheeler, so that you can chill whenever the hell you want.
You'll soon realise that calling someone dada/maushi goes a looooong way if you want something on the double.
If you like painting the town red, Pune's young-ass crowd will ensure that you always have someone to party with.
And even if you're not a club-dweller, you'll feel right at home because Pune celebrates every damn festival there is.
And if that's not your cup of tea, all you need to do is drive to the outskirts of the city for some instant peace and quiet.
It won't take long for you to find out that all the beer you've ever had is basically garbage, because Pune is where it's at.
And the same goes for the coffee.
You'll soon be able to wax eloquent on all things music, what with the weekly trips to Toons, as well as the annual pilgrimage to the NH7 Weekender.
Your ability to speak Marathi will increase tenfold every time you have to speak to a cop.
If, at any point, you think you know the city, all you need to do is visit the various "peths", and get lost in the labyrinth of streets there.
Sundays are almost guaranteed to be reserved for just one thing – "Cookout scenes, bro."
And if you're ever leaving Pune, you can rest assured that the city will always welcome you with open arms, just the way it always has.
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