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Holy Shit

A group of Bhutanese villagers on pilgrimage to Bodh Gaya left shit story this time. As usual, pilgrims dotted the holy land with bigger mounts of shits everywhere they lived. This forced Bihari locals to complain. And that complain reached one of the lamas who was a leader of bigger Bhutanese pilgrim pack. The lama agreed that Bhutanese are forced to use open area for toilet because of huge pilgrim population but he also protested that other indians also use open area for toilet. The Indian guy who was complaining said this, " Indian shits are eaten by dogs but Bhutanese shits are not eaten by dogs because Bhutanese eat too many chillies and it is too hot even for dogs."


Sunita Chowan said…
Tshering, u r very funny lol

Sunita Chowan
Nobu said…
The last part was funny, eating too much chillies that even dogs don't eat bhutanese shit. Hahahaha
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Anonymous said…
From Bhutanese shits chillies and cucumber seedlings grow in abundance, thus we have many wild chillies and cucumbers!

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