He: Hey Bachs, do you know what is the meaning of Bhosudi?
Me: Err..!!! Good morning???
He: No, I am serious, it’s one word we use it in daily conversation, do you know the meaning?
Me: Absolutely no idea dude. May be you can educate me
He: that’s the point dude. It doesn’t have any meaning. I have asked the same question to thousands of users, no one seems to know the meaning.
Me: no one? So why do you use it.
He: psychology. People think it is abusive word, and use it as abuse. People get offended, case they think this word used against them is an abuse.
Me: Boyy… !!! you did a research on this.
He: So I was wondering , Why not pump in some more words in our day to day conversation vocab, which does not have any meaning and still abusive
Me: hmm… noble thought…
He: so take…Bhurung
Me: Bhurung?? What does it mean?
He: Bachs… don’t be a tube-light, this does not mean anything. Simple “bhurung” it is abusive… people should get offended
Me: wonderful… Anything else?
He: ya… pintukla, should be used as “Abe oye pintukle!!!” the severity of this abuse lies between “Abe oye satkele!!” and “Bhurung”
Me: Oh… you already have severity of the abuse worked out.
He: ya… and they should be spelled as Bhu and four asterisk (Bhu****) and pin with five (pin*****). Watch out one day will come people will use it in various forms bhu-off bhurunged, getting bhurunged, “what the bhurung is this “ , get burung, go bhurung etc etc
Me: oh… forethoughts and predictions.
He: ya people will object not to use these words in public. Moms will tell kids “beta B word and P word gande hote hen “etc.
Me: wow… you will be a legend, for your contribution to day-to-day life vocab.
He: Thanks please spread the word.