1. If you throw a stone randomly in Bangalore, chances are, it will
hit a dog or a software engineer. While the dog may or may not have a
strap (a.k.a. leash) around his neck, the software engineer will
definitely have one.
2. In India we drive on the left of the road. In Bangalore, we drive
on what is left of the road.
3. Q: What is the easiest way of causing traffic accidents in Bangalore?
A: Follow the traffic rules.
4. "A guy is house hunting in Bangalore. Meets old lady who is
potential landlord. The conversation goes thus:
Old lady: Where do you work for, son?
Guy (with an air of pompousness): I work in Infosys.
Old lady: Oh, that bus company! Sorry, we rent only to good IT people.
It would appear that Infosys operates more buses than BMTC in Bangalore."
6. Bangalore, where PG(Paying Guest) is the first business and IT, the second.
7. When someone says it is raining in Bangalore, be sure to ask them
which area, which Main and which Cross.
8. if Bangalorean stops at a traffic light, others behind him stop too
because the others conclude that he has spotted a policeman that they
themselves have not.
9. Bangalore is the only city where distance is measured in units of time.
10. Auto rickhsaw driver, grocery seller and common shop keeper think
that you earn at least 1 lakh per month if you are in IT sector.
11. Out of every 100 software engineers in Bangalore, 90 are utterly
frustrated and rest have a girlfriend.
12. Bus drivers use the horn instead of the brakes.
13. I quote : "Bangalore: The City where more people know Language C than Hindi".
14. Since it's easier to find an alcohol shop than a medicine shop in
Bengaluru, the doctors have now started prescribing "dawa-daaru" for
15.Universal answer in Bangalore is "Gothilla" - even if a bus
conductor scolds in kannada "whether you're a girl or a boy when you
enter from front door?"
( "Gothilla" means " 'don't know' in Kannada)