Indian Man Accidentally Orders Truckload of Rice, Wife Destroys Him Shortly After
A writer in India shared a hilariously horrific encounter his family experienced after his brother-in-law, referred to as BIL in a lengthy Twitter thread, accidentally ordered a truckload of rice.
Shiv Ramdas shared his hilarious experience last Thursday on Twitter, but the location was not revealed in the thread, according to Indian Express.
OMG my brother in law, the gift that never stops giving, was tired of being sent to get rice every day so he decided buy in bulk, talked to the shop about it, wires got crossed, now there is a literal TRUCK FILLED WITH RICE outside the house and my sister is losing her shit lmfao
Ramdas’ brother-in-law was tired of being asked to buy rice every day, so he decided to order in bulk. However, it backfired when the rice was delivered in a very large truck. His wife, Ramdas’ sister, was not amused.
To clarify, this is India so when I say truck, I don’t mean SUV, IT IS A LITERAL LORRY FILLED WITH RICE
Update to Drama: BIL had come in to explain that driver insists they’ll have to take the rice(and pay) but midway through thouht better of it and is now negotiating with driver again. An excellent demonstration of the flight instinct in mammals when confronted with mortal peril
They tried to reach the warehouse owner to settle the issue, but the person wasn’t answering their calls. Negotiations between the driver and Ramdas’ brother-in-law continued until after the latter offered them cigarettes.
Key Update: Cigarettes were in fact a huge strategic blunder because BIL apparently assured sis that he’s definitely finally quit smoking on Sunday and in no way shape or form was supposed to have packs of cigs just there in pocket ready to be used as negotiating aid.
This thread slays me. My stepmom was a doomer; bought trash cans full of rice; when they went rancid she dumped it down the garbage disposal over several days. Of course it brought down the entire block’s sewer system & they were fined $$$ by the city.
Oh my god, this thread is GOLD… 😂 Reminds me of the time my dad did the shopping online for the first time, tried to buy 6 pieces of ginger, and ended up buying 6 BAGS. Mum was not happy… pic.twitter.com/cK87IplTVW
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