Pinglish Goes Into the Toilet: Barra ya Chota?

Posted on April 1, 2011
Filed Under >Tamashbeen, Humor, Photo of the Day, Pinglish
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This is not the first bathroom humor post at ATP.

“Long” and “Short” Toilet is, of course, English Translation, or maybe Pinglish, for “Barra” and “Chota” Peshaab. I am not going to explain what that means here. If you do not know, just move on to another post.

14 responses to “Pinglish Goes Into the Toilet: Barra ya Chota?”

  1. Kamran says:

    Also, this must be the best deal in town.
    Any idea about how clean and usable the facilities might be?

  2. Shez says:

    On a serious note, and it is serious given the majority of Pakistanis who have to use these toilets, even Rs. 2 is dirt cheap. In Islamabad and Lahore, dirtiest public toilets charge 10 Rs for Bara and 5 for chota. And yes, they do charge for the big one if y0u spend more than a couple of minutes, irrespective of what you actually did inside. The time limit might have been 5 min in some locations after which they charge for the big one.

  3. Sajjad Junaidi says:

    Ayesha, when you pay for long you get to do short free of charge.

  4. Hermoon Gill says:

    One wonders if someone does the long one and comes out to pay for the short one to save a rupee.

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