Have you guys ever wondered what is the national sweet of Pakistan? It was always gonna be a tough one to answer, especially when you consider that we’ve got jalebis, kheer, siwayaan, rabri, and what not to contend with.
This is a more divisive question than which political party you support to be honest.
Leave it to the Government of Pakistan to put all those questions to rest. It has the final say on what is the most definitive national sweet of our times (until the next government comes in that is, but that is a question for another day).
So ladies and gentlemen, we present to you The National Sweet of Pakistan ™ :
Poll Question: What is the National Sweet Of Pakistan?
Answer: The right answer is Gulab Jamun. pic.twitter.com/zL0jgnjX06
— Govt of Pakistan (@pid_gov) January 1, 2019
Bet you’ll be making a run to that nearest Darbar-e-Shireen now to grab a bite of this heavenly brown sweetmeat won’t you? The Gulab Jaman is king. And you better not miss when it comes to the King.
But hold on a second. This being Twitter, naturally people are gonna have o.p.i.n.i.o.n.s. ™ so lets have a look at what they’re saying regarding that one King of Desi Sweets.
Well there are some contenders to the throne obviously:
How is that incorrect? Written as National pic.twitter.com/lxPA2jayIC
— Abu Ahmed ???? (@RaffiHassan) January 1, 2019
Some of us take no prisoners when it comes to sarcasm:
Rejected…..Only Kheer Woh bhii Fauji…Rok sakoo to Rokloo pic.twitter.com/Xx3wcet6Vd
— Salman (@salmanayub302) January 2, 2019
Taking care of the king is never easy, as this tweet proves it:
My heart goes with it too, brain says it's unsafe n takes too much out of us in terms of
Energy in making them
Health, when they melt in mouth
I cant put them in pocket ?
— I N T I U T I O N786 (@mualim786) January 1, 2019
So let me ask you. Do you think Barfi and Ladoo were robbed? Or do you think Mr. Jaman deserves the crown? Let us know in the comments below!