#1 The name's Gandhi. Karamchand Gandhi. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
Not Ghandi. Not Gandy. It's that easy. Say Gaaandi. Good kid. But are you saying it right? In the standard English pronunciation, the h is silent. However, if your Gujarati is as good as mine, you'll know that there is a slight h attached to the d—the Gujarati letter ધ.
And yes, you can use the Sanskrit word for "high-souled", Mahatma, for me.
Bit of an overkill, innit?
#2 What's with the hate, mate?
I had my faults, yes, but I was never a hater. Never. Sometimes don't goddamn count, okay?
But look at y'all—and the people you're voting for. Ugh. They're using negativity strategically in political communication and you're taking the bate.
"It's us versus them" they say. But who is the "us" and who is the "they"?
The hunger games are on.
#3 "I must have called a thousand times...
Econmedy is like a financial newspaper for people with a sense of humour—and no attention span. Give us a try; we're not your typical teen cringe-fest.