An change between Congress MP Shashi Tharoor and author Chetan Bhagat amused many on social media this morning and gave them an opportunity to take pleasure in some new gems from “Tharoorosaurus”.
It began with the previous Union Minister complimenting Chetan Bhagat on a newspaper article that talked concerning the economic system and the way the nation’s youth ought to begin worrying about it for the federal government to behave.
“Superb piece by Chetan Bhagat on all that ails our country and what we should do about it. Chetan’s great virtue is the simplicity and directness of his writing. His message is clear and I hope his fans in the government act on it,” Shashi Tharoor tweeted.
Chetan Bhagat was floored and didn’t trouble to cover it. “Ok I still can’t get over this. The ShashiTharoor has praised Chetan Bhagat. I am floating. Just one request sir, next time can you use some big words to praise me, like ones that only you can do. Superb is nice but a big one would really make my day!” – he replied.
Ever the game, Mr Tharoor wrote precisely what Chetan Bhagat had requested for – a sentence replete with lengthy, uncommon phrases. “Sure, @chetan_bhagat! It’s clear you are not sesquipedalian nor given to rodomontade. Your ideas are unembellished with tortuous convolutions & expressed without ostentation. I appreciate the limpid perspicacity of today’s column,” the Kerala MP wrote.
The Internet could not hold calm.
Meanwhile me with dictionary after studying this tweet pic.twitter.com/kZK6pllWmT
— SwagpurKaChaudhary (@aagarwal198657) September 13, 2020
Mere paas Oxford hai, Collins hai, Merrium Webster hai…..
Mere paas Tharoor hai…???? pic.twitter.com/xo3NYSDO71
— ARVINDER (@The_PeaceLover) September 13, 2020
— idk, google empathy (@TheSortedChaos) September 13, 2020
Mr Tharoor has authored a guide for followers of his unimaginable vocabulary. In “Tharoorosaurus”, he shares 53 examples from his vocabulary for every letter of the alphabet and offers enjoyable information on their origin.