Shashi Tharoor is one of the most popular Indian politicians on social media. On Twitter, Mr. Tharoor has a massive fan base and he keeps interacting with his followers. Mr. Tharoor is also one of the most prolific speakers in India. He has a very good command on English language and when he speaks, people listen.
However, recently, famous author and speaker Suhel Seth caught Mr. Tharoor’s grammatical mistake and trolled him in a very friendly way.
Recently, Shashi Tharoor posted a sentence on his Twitter account containing 20 words which has something interesting in it. The first word of the sentence has one letter, the second word is two-letter long while the third word has three letters and the 20th word has 20 letters in it.
The post was sent to him on WhatsApp and he mentioned it in the caption.
“I do not know where family doctors acquired illegibly perplexing handwriting; nevertheless, extraordinary pharmaceutical intellectuality counterbalancing intercommunication’s incomprehensibleness,” read the ‘amazing’ sentence.
Check it out:
Received on whats app. Quite a feat! pic.twitter.com/JfAQrwwt8V
— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) January 7, 2018
Indeed. But really amazing literary sentences are in 14th Century Sanskrit “Ramakrishna Viloma Kaavyam” by Daivagjna Surya Pandita. 40 palindromic verses, read as Ramayana one way and as Mahabharata in reverse. Also Raghava-yadaviyam by Venkatadhvari (17th cent.) @KiranManral
— Kishore Asthana (@KishoreAsthana) January 7, 2018
Sir somebody is giving you tough competion 😆
— अनिका ਗਿਨੀ (@goldiciousgurl) January 7, 2018
I received this yesterday on WhatsApp Sir: pic.twitter.com/scFuhtFrwN
— Baba K R 🐒🤔 (@baba_kr) January 7, 2018
Glad to know the meaning of each of these seemingly incomprehensible words! 😛
— Sandeep Jha (@sandeep__jha) January 7, 2018
ये तो बताओ आप ने क्या रिप्लाई किया । https://t.co/mQ9YmXeP4t
— Troll Lal Salam (@TrollLalsalam) January 7, 2018