Discussion in 'Pakistan' started by gokussj9, May 21, 2013.
Pakistan's answer to electricity shortages: don't wear socks - Telegraph
I wish I could ditch my shoes for sandals... but not at the price of a/c
Who the hell is going to wear socks in 45 degree weather?
Everyone in Pakistan of course. What sorta question is that datguy?
They boast of having 5 nuke power plants. Can't meet half their power demand.
I was astonished to read this article in the newspaper.
What a bad situation these poor folks are in.
However, Pakistanis are used to wearing slippers and so they would welcome not wearing socks.
There is another reason why socks should not be worn. Without electricity the feet will sweat and a Godforsaken stink will overpower them!
I thought Pakis hadn't mastered the art of civil nuclear energy yet?
Yep. But Farhaan bhai's claims leave my head reeling. And their government claims to successfully run 5 power plants while terrorists easily attack Karachi power plant.
Pakistanis should stay at home in such a crisis.
At least, there they can be more constructively productive.
thank God they are not told to wear steel underwear
with electric shock capability
Why wear anything at all?
That will generate lot of energy apart from saving some...
That would be too costly
yes true, sitting home will save them not only from heat but also save them from bomb beat
pakis are already in shock ,do they need more
^^^^^ could cost be the reason why indians only are into such research and also capable of affording them?
research into Underwear with electric shock capability was just recently invented in india
There is no such power or money crunch in India... so we invented it to DONATE it to our powerless neighbors which is nuke shuppa powa coincidentally.
farhan miyah ... pehan lo ab bijli ki chaddi.
the invention was to protect one from rape.hence more suitable in india
read more about electric shock capability having underwear developed by indian firm
Oh so again ... whenever a Paki is cornered and NOTHING to defend he starts a lame attempt of "rapes".
So better leave out "rapes"...seems like these chaddis are in dire need in Pakistan.
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I have to confess I dont have the slightist idea what is going on in Pakistan, dont think the Pakistanis do either.
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