The Secret Behind “Kuchh Nai…”

18 05 2010

In India, whenever guest(s) arrive at anybody’s House, the first thing the host asks them after they settle down is “Kya lenge aap – Chai/Coffee ya kuch Thanda…?” (What will you have – will it be Tea/Coffee of something cold…?) and your guest(s) usually respond politely – “Kuchh Nai…” (Nothing).

But, do you know that even though they have responded saying that they want nothing, they could possibly be asking for something more than what you could offer. Puzzled…!? I’m sure you are.

To know what they could be possibly asking you, click HERE.

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4 responses

19 05 2010
Monickaa

Thank GOD. You can now understand why I always say “Kuchh Nai…” 😉

19 05 2010
Malti

When I was going through your post, I thought you will be telling when people say “KUCHH NAI”, they actually mean “koi nai drink” i.e. “some new drink”.

Anyways nice information. 🙂

20 05 2010
Kulashekhar

I also want ‘Kuch Nahi’ Hic!

24 06 2010
Kaushalendra Bhainsora

Hi,
Very useful information, where can I get this in Chennai(India)?

Regards,
Kaushal

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