However, not all of Madras Bashai is used predominantly for cursing. The Madras Bashai uses the English language in a very interesting manner.
1.Enna Machi, Nalla Keeriya Machi technically means Brother-in-law, but it is very commonly used to address friends. In present day English, this might translate to – “Hey Dude, Whassup?”
2.Enna Friend-ae. Romba naala kandukkavae illayae? Note the interesting usage of the word Friend in its literal sense. The sentence translates to – “Hello Mate, Haven’t heard from you in a while?”
3.Figura paathu frienda cut panradhu Used to refer to a friend who chooses his girlfriend as a higher priority than his friend (platonic friend).
4.Vaailey vada suda tha Used to refer somebody who talks a lot but in reality they can never make a step towards what they have said (or) asking some one to avoid false commitments .
5.Machi naa eggurren Meaning “Dude i’m leaving home”
6.Laadu labbaku dhas or Laadu langotta , Used to refer some who thinks that they are always right.here Laadu refers to ‘Lord’