Sending annoying Diwali WhatsApp forwards is punishable under Psychological Torture Act.— Bombay High Court (@2OFFICIAL4YOU) October 18, 2017
Laddoo-lovers want to know, why isn't this a thing already?
We've found gravitational waves but still can't send a real laddu as a whatsapp attachment? Up your game, science. #HappyDiwali— (@varungrover) October 19, 2017
So true it hurts:
Honest Diwali WhatsApp Forward pic.twitter.com/iItO8OnIsm— All India Bakchod (@AllIndiaBakchod) October 18, 2017
The real Diwali ki safai is actually post Diwali when you delete all those forwarded Whatsapp gifs, images and... https://t.co/43yvVm0e9B— Lakshit Bajaj (@LakshitBajaj) October 19, 2017
Of course that fake NASA satellite image has to make an appearance:
WhatsApp released this satellite photo of Indians replying to each other's Diwali messages. pic.twitter.com/gfIsN4Q4sG— Sanjay Manaktala (@smanak) October 19, 2017
Did you get this image on WhatsApp today?
Brave Blogger Takes a Stand, Tries Keeping Old Diwali Traditions Alive pic.twitter.com/qv4gR2Vp0m— Akshar (@AksharPathak) October 19, 2017
No, UNESCO hasn't declared Diwali the best festival. Yet:
#HappyDiwali dear frndz .. Always the best feeling to go andurn-e-mulk to celebrate Diwali apno ke sath.. Even if UNESCO doesn't say it, we know that it's the best festival.— Rofl Gandhi (@RoflGandhi_) October 19, 2017
RT if your mom has already said "Diwali ke din to naha le" to you.— Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) October 19, 2017
Trust Mumbai Police to offer up a filmy reason why we should all aim for a pollution-free Diwali this year:
And since it's a cracker-free Diwali in Delhi NCR this year, perhaps this is what that (fake) NASA satellite image will look like:
Hey NASA, here you go. You can use this image for this year's Diwali - pic.twitter.com/ilCHnBGm2w— Ramesh Srivats (@rameshsrivats) October 19, 2017
Let us know if you end up getting this image on WhatsApp today!