Shashi Tharoor is more than just your regular politician. He is the most millennial-at-heart politicians. Over the time, Shashi Tharoor has bowled people with his flair for the English language and rich vocabulary.
Shashi Tharoor is the Internet’s favorite politician. His popularity on social media is unrivaled by many a politician in the country. He has often stolen all the limelight on social media with his witty replies to twitterati. Recently, he was at it again as he interacted with a curious Twitter user.
Well, on February 07, a Twitter user shared a recent picture of Sashi Tharoor on his Twitter account and inquired about a device that was casually hanging around Tharoor’s neck. Asking Shashi Tharoor about the mobile-like device, the Twitter user wrote:
“What is this Device Tharoorji? @ShashiTharoor”
Here, check out the Tweet:
— MATTS (@MATTSMATTS) February 7, 2020
The question stumped many and soon Twitterati came up with hilarious guesses to the Tweet. While some said that the device was a portable dictionary, the others guessed it was a GPS device.
Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:
It’s online oxford dictionary
— DK (@deepakhkukreja) February 7, 2020
Translator, converts oxford words into spoken english.. ????
Very popular between cougars and sugar mommies..
— ChefPrakz (@ChefPrakz) February 7, 2020
GPS tracker so he can not escape off India!
— Mahesh Bhavnagariya (@MBhavnagariya) February 8, 2020
Shashi Tharoor was quick to take notice of the Tweet and come up with a reply, where he revealed that the device is a portable personal air purifier. Replying to the Twitter user, he wrote:
“An air purifier (negative ioniser). Delhi’s air is pretty unbreathable. I don’t need it in Thiruvananthapuram.”
Here, check out Shashi Tharoor’s reply:
An air purifier (negative ioniser). Delhi’s air is pretty unbreathable. I don’t need it in Thiruvananthapuram.
— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) February 7, 2020
Another curious Twitter user came up with another interesting question as he asked Shashi Tharoor if he smokes. To which Shashi Tharoor admitted that he has never smoked in his life but had tried a cigar only to regret later. He wrote:
“Never even been tempted. I tried a cigar once at the famous Copacabana Club in Havana, Cuba, because not to have a cigar in Cuba seemed terribly prudish. Left a vile taste in my mouth for days.”
Here, check out the reply of Shashi Tharoor:
Never even been tempted. I tried a cigar once at the famous Copacabana Club in Havana, Cuba, because not to have a cigar in Cuba seemed terribly prudish. Left a vile taste in my mouth for days.
— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) February 8, 2020