Yes, Mumbai Rains at their best and so are back the Mumbai Rains tweets. Take a look, laugh a little, we’re sure the government is doing the same!
It feels like ages since Mumbai saw sunshine. And the entire credit goes to the flood-like Mumbai rains! “It’s raining heavily,” we say. “Swim to work,” they reply. Yes, Mumbai Rains at their best and so are back the Mumbai Rains tweets.
Mumbaikars, like every year have been facing a lot of trouble due to the poor management and drainage systems amidst the famous Mumbai rains. So, while you’re stuck at home or office we compiled some Mumbai Rains tweets that are too painfully true yet funny.
Here’s what they said on Twitter:
1. Romance and Rain don’t gel in Mumbai.
The funny part about mumbai rains is, everyone loves it for a week or so then suddenly all the beautiful, happy and romantic rain tweets turn into annoying, angry and frustrated rain tweets
— Ruhi (@theblahqueen) June 2, 2018
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2. Sacred Rains.
Gaitonde: "Bacha le apne shahar Mumbai ko. You have 25 days"
Sartaj: Kya hone wala hai 25 days main?
Gaitonde: Heavy rains
— dorku (@Dorkstar) July 9, 2018
3. Damn Education!
You know whats sad? That inspite of horrible #MumbaiRains companies mercilessly make people come to work and people HAVE to go because they are helpless. How are we different than prisoners in Mandalay jail during British Raj? Oh right. We have degrees.
— Nikhil S (@NikhilReads) July 9, 2018
4. Milkshake anyone? No?
On every raining day…
BMC: Chai Pilo friends, aapke TAX ki hai :p#MumbaiRains #Mumbai #Rains #bmc #potholes #trains #roads #traffic #local #floods pic.twitter.com/UvrYWj0kcP
— Karan Shahh (@kshahhofficial) July 4, 2018
5. The struggle is real.
It’s difficult to be a boss during Mumbai rains…chutti du ya chutti lu…#MumbaiRains
— Balkrishna Sharma (@Bks1782) July 9, 2018
6. Nothing like a deep sleep on a rainy day.
Don't wait for your boss to say aaj mat aa. Dil ki sun aur soja.?#MumbaiRains #MumbaiRain #MumbaiRainsLive
— Kriss (@kristtiinaaaa) July 9, 2018
7. Potholes are enough to get the high!
Mandatory sticker to avoid traffic challan when #MumbaiRains pic.twitter.com/6kb4FngFBH
— Sujit Mohan (@sujitmohan88) July 9, 2018
8. If only SRK was our CM.
What Mumbai desperately requires today is a romantic CM, who will open his window, check the weather outside, look at his bed inside,check the weather outside, look at his bed inside and then declare a state holiday…#MumbaiRains
— Atul Khatri (@one_by_two) July 9, 2018
9. I thought rains was a mythical concept.
Delhites reading #MumbaiRains updates pic.twitter.com/X8SS4QrvA7
— Bollywood Gandu (@BollywoodGandu) July 10, 2018
10. No need to spend money on a Lonavala trip.
Thane station right now! #MumbaiRains @Central_Railway @RidlrMUM @mumbairailusers pic.twitter.com/BWXWK1Jqm3
— Manali Karandikar (@Manali304) July 9, 2018
11. All’s well! *drowns*
When you're drowning in Mumbai rains but need to show the world 'Spirit of Mumbai' pic.twitter.com/N9CdXwHwNr
— Aakash (@PUNchayatii) July 10, 2018
12. Govt.: That’s a new eco-friendly material we came up with!
And the government supports Plastic Ban??#PlasticBan #MumbaiRains #MumbaiRainsLive #plastic #ban #rains #MumbaiRain #local #train #Mumbai pic.twitter.com/ZpI72gqsDw
— Reshma Irani (@irani_reshma) July 10, 2018
13. Traveling is never an issue in Mumbai, they’d said.
It's easier to get to IIT Powai via JEE than via JVLR
(via @ShailendraHalbe, #WhatsApp)
— Amit Paranjape (@aparanjape) July 9, 2018
14. Saat samundar paar mera ghar hai!
Meanwhile in Mumbai…. #MumbaiRains pic.twitter.com/GMk9HcLTdH
— sandeep verma (@vermasandeep04) July 10, 2018
15. Shouldn’t JVLR be on top?
Substances soluble in water
5. WEH#MumbaiRains #MumbaiRainsLive #MumbaiRain
— MJ (@MilindkJoshi) July 10, 2018
16. You need to get your own food though.
Open today….. free entry for all. #WorldsLargestWaterPark#MumbaiRains pic.twitter.com/3rJFXh4Q8Z
— Harsh Goenka (@hvgoenka) July 10, 2018
Mumbaikars are trying to get through the day with making light of the troubles. While that’s a good thing, we advise you to never take your safety lightly. Stay safe Mumbai!