Continuing the string of jokes that target a particular public figure and make fun about them, twitter has now caught hold of a person who has lately been a personality many would agree is almost synonymous to social media.
Right from displaying a thick thesaurus in the television to openly castigating Arvind Kejriwal for his actions, former police officer Kiran Bedi has lately been appearing more than a few times in the public domain supporting Narendra Modi as an able PM candidate and criticizing Kejriwal as an 'Anarchist'.
But almost all of the twitter users who have started tweeting with the new cheeky hastag, #YoBediSoJealous feel that she has been seen getting increasingly jealous about Arvind Kejriwal.
She was vocal over the days on how the word 'anarchist' exactly fits Arvind Kejriwal's description. Reading the meaning of the word 'anarchist' from a thick thesaurus in a television channel was seen to be a funny moment, considered worth making fun of.
Now, it can't be said with certainty if she indeed is jealous of the Delhi CM, but it's worth having a look at the top twenty jokes about her that are trending on Twitter:
— AAP Activists' Group (@JoinAAP) January 23, 2014
— Richa Bhardwaj (@Riczb) January 23, 2014
#YoBediSoJealous that she will change her surname to modi
— KEJRIWAL/#AAP FANS (@aap_103) January 23, 2014
#YoBediSoJealous She sounds fishy she smells fishy and looks fishy
— Chet Yadav (@Ch8_y) January 23, 2014
— I am YEDA (@manish_leo) January 23, 2014
#YoBediSoJealous that it's been months since she broomed her house.
— gaurav choudhury (@Vfrnds) January 23, 2014
#YoBediSoJealous of AAP electricity subsidiary, she is now lighting bulb from her Jealousy
— Nitesh Seth (@nitesh_seth) January 23, 2014
#YoBediSoJealous that her rants against AAP make 5 year old kids look more mature & wise
— Rose (@whiterose02_wr) January 23, 2014
— Pushkal kumar Pandey (@patriotismsdead) January 23, 2014
#YoBediSoJealous she says that raja harishchandra ki ek hi oulad hia Modi...!
— MANISH GUPTA (@AAPRevolutionCG) January 23, 2014
#YoBediSoJealous If NaMo says calendar should have 33 days in a month she will support that claiming it as a NaMo development model.
— Rahul Jain (@rahuljaingarg) January 23, 2014