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  1. Following are some of the biggest ironies in Pakistan:

    Those who build our homes are themselves homeless.
    We usually have to look at both ways to cross a one-way road.
    Seeing a policeman makes us nervous rather than feeling safe.
    We’d rather spend more on daughter’s wedding than on her education.
    It’s dangerous to talk to strangers, but it’s perfectly OK to marry one.
    A black cat crossing the road can stop people while a traffic signal cannot.
    We admire dropout entrepreneurs but strictly want educated politicians.
    Dustbins are the cleanest thing you will find if you compare.
    A cricket player earns in millions without being in playing 11 but the soldier martyred needs to prove his death.
    We can’t leave our phones without protectors but we don’t hesitate to ride without helmets.
    We are tired of corruption in India, but we ourselves bribe officials for our convenience.
    We like nothing about the government, but we always aim for government jobs.
    People here compare the development of the USA which is a 243-year-old democracy with Pakistan which is a 72-year-old democracy!
    We always fight for the religion which teaches us that all other religions are respectable.
    We criticize our culture and festivals but are happy to celebrate Halloween.
    Son can spend his entire earning on parents and relatives but the daughter in law should not send a penny to her parents.
    The one who complains about unemployment under Imran Khan Govt are the ones who are employed!
    An opposition politician is forever corrupted but when he joins your party then he is automatically purified.
    A social media post can put you behind the bar but raping doesn’t.
    Fuel prices are sky high and affect a common man with a car. A minister of the same country with a 20 car convoy seems unaffected.
    You’ll be paid for a job that everyone else is doing, but you won’t be paid for your passion that no one else can do.
    Everyone wants to change. But nobody wants to change.

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