Shashi Tharoor's reply to creator Saloni Gaur's video led to a Meme fest

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Shashi Tharoor recently replied to upcoming content Creator Saloni Gaur or Nazma Aapi who the Internet knows her. The tweet made it to the meme list after he dropped in three new words from his dictionary.

Nazma Aapi aka Saloni Gaur recently uploaded a video on Twitter taking a dig on both Shashi Tharoor and Chandrachoor Singh who recently made his come back in acting and debuted on Hotstar's show Arya along side Sushmita Sen. The comedian made a video pointing out one of the Chandrachoor Singh's character has a coincidental similarity with the MP.

Saloni's tweet reached the timeline of Shashi Tharoor and he replied to it in the classic Tharoor way. In his tweet, the MP has dropped three new words ‘hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia’, ‘garrulous’, and ‘sesquipedalian'. (PS. Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia is one of the longest words in the dictionary — and, in an ironic twist, is the name for a fear of long words.)

Known for his great use of English words that are difficult for any lane man to understand, Dr. Shashi Tharoor is Internet's favourite. Tharoor and his unimaginably long words have fallen prey to memes a number of times in the past. And his reply to Saloni's video has made to the list. Twitter had a bunch of funny reactions t Shashi Tharoor's words. Ever since he posted the tweet, people can't help but wonder about what these three words mean leading to a number of hilarious memes.

Take a look at these memes on Shashi Tharoor's words:

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