"Blighty," a commonly used slang term referring to "England," comes from the Persian word velayat, which means “province.” In India, Europeans in general and the English especially were referred to by locals as “vilayati,” which was eventually corrupted by English speakers into “Blighty” to refer to their distant homeland. Surely only a Geordie could’ve mangled “vilayati" into "Blighty," right?
Woah how did I not know this
The sooner you realize everything in this world is a business to make the rich richer, the sooner you will understand that everything is complete shit.
your education? a business.
your government? a business
your health? a business
your church/masjid/temple? a business
*puts metaphor between cigarette* it’s a teeth