10 must-have food items in Karachi, according to a die-hard Karachiite

10 must-have food items in Karachi, according to a die-hard Karachiite

Because what's this city without a classic chicken chutney roll?
Updated 08 Jul, 2016

Every city is defined by its food. You can't think of New York without a cheese pizza or Philadelphia without a Philly cheese steak.

In Pakistan, Lahore is famous for its fried fish, Quetta for its sajji and Peshawar for its karhai but Karachi doesn't have just one food item it is known for; the metropolitan city is a melting pot of cultures and flavours from all over the country.

As you know, it's a monumental task to limit any food guide of the city to simply ten items, but after receiving numerous requests to compile a list, and constant questions from tourists about 'must-eat' things in Karachi, I have managed to do just that.

Whether it's enjoying a crispy papaar and chaat at Sea View or driving to Dhoraji for a gola ganda, Karachi has many food stops every tourist must make.

The list is a modest attempt at trying to encapsulate the variety of food offered in the city by the sea.

For the sake of focus I've left out desserts, and after much contemplation, I have also left out biryani and nihari as there are too many restaurants in Karachi offering a high quality of both.

Indus Biryani, Premier Biryani and the classic Student Biryani deserve special mentions as do Zahid and Javed Nihari.

The following list seeks to encapsulate my over two-decade love affair with the city of my birth. Memories of sitting on the bonnet of a Mehran enjoying chicken broast as a child, or lying down on the takhts at boat basin as a teenager for hours may have clouded my judgment but I hope this list helps you experience Karachi through its food, and fall in love with it as I have.

10) Hot N Spicy Chicken Chutney Roll

Flame grilled tender boneless chicken tikka pieces tightly wrapped in a crisp paratha: The perfect food for a city constantly on the move.

If there is one food that defines Karachi, it is the chicken roll; quick, convenient and cheap.

Because what is Karachi without its classic chicken chutney roll.
Because what is Karachi without its classic chicken chutney roll.

Many people all over Pakistan first experience Karachi through Karachi-style paratha rolls sold all over the country. The roll is as close as it gets to a food that defines this city.

I grew up frequenting the classic Karachi Silver Spoon roll shop off main Tariq road. The name ‘Silver Spoon’ has been repeatedly copied with an entire street in Liberty Market Lahore lined with restaurants all named Karachi Silver Spoon but the original Silver Spoon made famous the Karachi rolls as we know them.

Hot N Spicy and Eaton were two of the first restaurants to make the tangy yogurt based sauce that is now a staple in most rolls. Both A-One and Eaton rolls in Phase II Defence market were my favourites before Hot n Spicy became the market leader. The Hot N Spicy chutney is now as crucial to a Karachi roll as the paratha or the chicken.

I personally prefer the Red Apple roll to the Hot N Spicy one, but the latter is the more 'must-have' option for any person visiting the city. Hot N Spicy has now expanded to offer a multitude of permutations and combinations with their rolls. The garlic mayo being one of their more popular ones but the classic chicken chutney roll is still the most popular choice for Karachiites.

Special mention to Karachi Silver Spoon, Eaton and Red Apple.

9) Meerath Kabab House - Chicken Behari Tikka

Before the roll defined the hustling bustling metropolis that is Karachi. The more classic tikka paratha combination dominated the city.

Like most Karachiites, I am a huge fan of the classic combination. You cannot go wrong with a chicken tikka. Al-Hajj Bundoo Khan has transformed into an international food chain on the back of the chicken tikka. The Saddar branch was my family’s favourite tikka shop growing up.

Tikka and paratha make for one of the best combos.
Tikka and paratha make for one of the best combos.

My recommendation for the food guide though is a drive to Gurumander to Meerath Kabab House. The original restaurant now has numerous off shoots all over the city but the chicken behari tikka at Meerath Kabab House is still the king.

The chicken behari tikka is made more with green chillis rather than the red traditional chicken tikka. Chicken behari tends to be more tender too. The Meerath variation melts in your mouth; you can almost feel the city on your taste buds.

The crispy deep fried paratha perfectly complements it: so much so that Meerath Kabab House does not even serve their customers naan.

I fell in love with Karachi food sitting on plastic chairs by the side of the road feeling the cool city breeze and breaking into a piece of chicken with a piece of paratha. No true Karachi experience is complete without watching the Karachi traffic go by while enjoying some great road side food.

Special mention to the classic Bundoo Khan chicken tikka.

8) Xander's - Pepperoni Pizza

Pizza is Karachi's adopted favourite food. I went to Pizza Hut for the first time with much trepidation as a youngster but the classic super supreme pizza soon became my favourite.

The proliferation of pizza joints in the recent past may suggest it is a recent trend but I remember the long lines outside Pizza Hut Boat Basin post mid-night and waiting for a table outside the Tariq Road Kings N Queens. Pizza has always been part of Karachi food as I have known it. Move aside Italy and New York, it belongs to us now.

The famous brick-oven pepperoni pizza at Xander's
The famous brick-oven pepperoni pizza at Xander's

With the broad variety of options available it is almost a monumentally difficult job selecting one. 14th Street Pizza has struggled to maintain quality after expanding but it deserves credit for introducing the New York slice to Karachi. Pizza Hut has lost much of what made it great but it is still worth a visit simply for the nostalgia factor.

Step forward Xanders’ brick oven. The gourmet pizza is new to the Karachi scene with restaurants like Red Riding Hood, Del Frio and BellaVita offering their own varieties of thin crust coal fired pizza but none of them match up to the offering by Xander's in my book.

It is almost impossible to get a table at this café on the weekend; it is on top of most Karachiites' list for its quality and consistency. You can order most things off their menu and go home satisfied. Xander's also has the best chicken caesar salad in town but the true winner that makes the list is the Xander's pepperoni pizza.

The thin crust may not be to everybody's liking but when it is combined with fresh mozzarella cheese and slices of pepperoni, it creates the perfect blend: The earthy-ness of the bread, the zest of the meat and sweetness of the cheese come together to make the complete slice.

Special mention to the recently launched Famous O's Pizza that is serving the closest to what you will get to an authentic Brooklyn pizza in Karachi. Their New York-style cheese pizza and margarita are both worth a try.

7) Kundun Broast - Quarter Broast

The words chicken broast just say Karachi. I do not call fried chicken ‘broast’ anywhere else. One of my favourite things to do as a child was to break off a crispy piece of skin off broasted chicken, see the steam rise and take a bite of it before it has a chance to cool down.

No, not fried chicken, we call it chicken broast.
No, not fried chicken, we call it chicken broast.

As a thorough-bred Karachiite, I cannot help but love rain and there is something about the Karachi rain that makes me want crispy food, whether it is pakoray, samosay from street vendors or a crispy piece of chicken broast.

My childhood was spent trying to convince my father to get me Jans Broast. The original Jans Broast in Saddar continues to be a personal favourite. My teenage years were spent at Karachi Broast competing with friends to see who can eat the most.

However, the one that makes the list is the little known Kundun Broast on main Karsaz. The chicken is perfectly crispy and it is served with both white and red chutney (which my friend refers to as 'the chutney from hell'. A crispy piece of broast dipped in fiery red chutney makes it a completely different beast altogether).

Obviously no broast is complete without a handful of fries. You are not a true Karachite if you do not ask for extra fries.

No restaurant french fries in Karachi match up to the different fries carts roaming the city serving boxes filled with fries and chaat masala.

Special mentions: Karachi Broast (Boat Basin) and Jans Broast (Saddar).

6) Pantry - Gouda Burger

As I grew older, my taste buds evolved, as well I.

The burger is not as native to Karachi as the bun-kabab but it is an impossible task to pick the best bun-kabab in the city. A multitude of road side food stalls serve great ones, but if I had to choose, I would select Tipu Burger at Nursery.

Melted cheese on top of a succulent beef patty are pure heaven.
Melted cheese on top of a succulent beef patty are pure heaven.

Having said that, the beef burger has recently taken Karachi by storm. There seems to be a burger joint in every neighbourhood now. The brands that got in early now have branches all over the city. Most of them serve a decent quality burger without anything special.

My family and friend swear that nothing compares to the classic Mr. Burger and Chips burger. It is very rare to have an entire city unanimously attribute the popularity of a food item to a single restaurant.

Mr. Burger definitely introduced me to beef burgers in Karachi but what makes the list is an instant favourite of mine, the burger at Pantry. Most burger joints in the city get the meat temperature horribly wrong. This is where Pantry swoops in to be my choice for the best burger in the city. My personal favourite is the Gouda cheese burger as the sweetness of the cheese works really well with the medium cooked beef patty.

The quaint café situated at Zamzama also serves as a nice recluse from the hustle and bustle of the area.

Special mention to the classic Mr. Big at Mr. Burger.

5) Noorani - Katakat

For the more adventurous foodies amongst us, the katakat is more than just food. It is theatre. The exhilarating sound of the sharp knives falling hard on the karhai to slice up different organs into a mix of flavours makes waiting for the food all the more exciting.

Customise the famed katakat to your liking.
Customise the famed katakat to your liking.

I simply associate katakat with Noorani Kabab House in Karachi. Situated at the end of Khalid Bin Waleed Road on Shahrah-e-Quaideen, Noorani has cooks who have been making this dish for decades. Often after ordering I stare at them making the food and it is art.

Noorani lets the customers select the kidneys, brains and kapooras to be mashed up in front of them into a plate of katakat. The less adventurous like me can opt to leave out the kapooras.

If you are not afraid of the calories, I would highly recommend getting it made in butter. Pair it with naan for an explosion of taste in your mouth.

Special mention to the Wimpy's katakat.

4) Chicken Peshawari Karhai - Kolachi

Kolachi is very aptly named. The restaurant embodies the spirit of Karachi. Perfectly situated by the sea side, Kolachi is by far the most popular restaurant in the city. No other restaurant sees more turn-over daily.

It has to have the right masala to chicken ratio, otherwise it's not karhai.
It has to have the right masala to chicken ratio, otherwise it's not karhai.

The restaurant has taken over the mantle from BBQ Tonight as the go-to place. You know you can order anything at Kolachi and expect a high quality meal. It also takes its customer service very seriously and it shows.

My personal favourite at the restaurant is the chicken Peshawari karhai. I may have offended a lot of people with my choice, especially people who swear by driving to the highway for their favourite karhai; I would definitely recommend the pilgrimage to any tourist but if you are looking for something closer to the city than you should definitely go to Kolachi.

Special shout out to the mutton chops and the paneer reshmi handi at Kolachi.

While we are talking about handis, another Karachi classic is the chicken handi at Usmania and Lasania Restaurants in Gulshan-e-Iqbal. Tooso in Bahadurabad also serves great chicken achar with milk naan. The nashta at Tooso is also something every Karachiite must try.

3) Ghaffar - Chicken Malai Boti

I have been visiting the classic Ghaffar Kabab House off Shaheed-e-Millat for years and I have always been left amazed by the food.

The tiny street is brought to a standstill every single night by the crowds attracted by my favourite BBQ restaurant in the city.

The moment it melts in your mouth, you know that you're in heaven.
The moment it melts in your mouth, you know that you're in heaven.

It is impossible to go to Ghaffar on most nights and not find it packed to the brim; it is a struggle to even find space in the take away line.

One bite into the food and you can see why this is the case. A large number of dishes from Ghaffar could have featured on this list but I will go for the chicken malai boti. The creamy sauce to the tikka pieces elevates the food to a completely new level. Whether it be with paratha, naan or simply on its own, the chicken malai boti at Ghaffar is a must have for any foodie.

Special mention to the BBQ Tonight - chicken satay, a sweeter version of the traditional chicken tikka pieces. BBQ Tonight is not on my top Karachi restaurants list anymore but no other restaurant has been as consistent as them in the past two decades. You know exactly what you will get when you go to BBQ Tonight, great service, great food and a breath of nostalgia.

Like most Karachiites, I also have a story of how I used to visit BBQ tonight before it was a ‘thing’ and we had to sit by the road side to be served food.

2) Waheed Kabab House - Fry Kabab

No food pilgrimage to Karachi is complete without a trip to Burns Road food. The Karachi haleem and the Food Centre biryani are both equally tempting but it would be sacrilegious to have a list of Karachi food without Waheed Kabab House.

Fried minced meat? Don't let the name turn you off, it tastes delicious.
Fried minced meat? Don't let the name turn you off, it tastes delicious.

Located at a dingy street off Burns Road, cluttered with street vendors and surprisingly, aquarium shops, most items at Waheed Kabab House are worth waiting half an hour to find a decent parking spot in the region.

There is nothing I prefer at Waheed over the fry kabab. A plate of minced meat fried in oil may put off a lot of calorie conscious people, but one drip of naan into the plate will make you forget your calorie intake.

The fact that the only kabab entry in this post is something that does not look like kabab at all is testament to the quality of Waheed's fry kabab.

Special mention to the Jehangir Meerath beef seekh kababs and the Rizwan Kabab House dhaga kabab.

1) Al-Asif Afghani Boti

A number one that most people in Karachi may not even agree with; a dish that is not Karachi at all but rather Afghani. However, I am sure that all those who have had the pleasure of eating it will testify to its position on this list.

If you think you can never eat a dozen seekhs of food in 5-10 minutes, you have never had the Afghani boti at Sohrab Goth.

For the adventurous out there, this is the dish for you.
For the adventurous out there, this is the dish for you.

The hub of activity and food for most buses and trucks going in and out of Karachi, Sohrab Goth is bustling with people at most times of the night.

The absolute best thing to have at Sohrab Goth is the Afghani boti at Al-Asif. It may not be everyone's cup of tea, with a piece of fat in the middle of every seekh, but there are few greater joys for a foodie like me than to sit at a takht on Sohrab Goth and eat the Afghani boti straight from the seekh.

For the less adventurous foodies, the chicken namkeen boti and kababs served on the same skewers are also great but do give the Afghanibboti a try -- it is worth the risk of driving to Sohrab Goth and back.

If there is any food worth losing your mobile over, it is the Afghani boti at Sohrab Goth.


Tariq, Lahore Jul 08, 2016 02:40pm
Reading this article my 'arteries' are 'pulsating', my mind tells me try once only regardless of how good it may taste!
Wasif Jul 08, 2016 02:54pm
Exquisitely done. Covers the city well. There can be a top 10 section within each category on its own. Please do one for bun kababs
Saif Jul 08, 2016 02:55pm
Fabulous! The list however, seemed more focused on grilled items, the Afghani boti and palaw are no doubt yummy and add value to the metropolis, I felt Karachi Haleem, Student Biryani and Jawed Nihari missing.
ART KP Jul 08, 2016 03:09pm
Afghani boti for me please, i like less spicy.
Wasay Syed Jul 08, 2016 03:10pm
Is it a complete list? without Biryani, Haleem, Nihari and Ban Kabab?
Shahid, Los Angeles Jul 08, 2016 03:11pm
Oh man, missing the food already. Will have to plan a trip back to Pak soon just for the food.
faisal Jul 08, 2016 03:23pm
Hanifa's hunter beaf is also must
Khwarezmi Jul 08, 2016 03:35pm
No matter where I go (Far East, South East Asia, the Middle East, Europe, America) no matter where, nothing comes close to good Pakistani food. I do try local food and resturants but ends up always going to Pakistani eatries. (The only two items I have found better in Europe are the wide variety of dessert dishes and soups (most of which I can not have because of being non-halaal).
Harsh Jul 08, 2016 03:51pm
Seems boring and monotonous.
Ali S Jul 08, 2016 04:16pm
Lahore is famous for its fried fish, Quetta for its sajji and Peshawar for its karhai but Karachi doesn't have just one food item it is known for". Actually it does, it's Nihari. But I think the author made a good decision to leave out the biryani and nihari joints, they deserve an article of their own.
Jumz Jul 08, 2016 04:20pm
A great deal of fast food in the list. Not very authentic. Any options for vegetarians?
Naxalite Jul 08, 2016 04:37pm
WOW. So much promotion for bad-health-food, nothing about fitness on eid?
Pak Khan Jul 08, 2016 05:02pm
A better heading would be 'My must have dishes' as in no way this list classifies as the best food of Karachi.
Goga Nalaik Jul 08, 2016 05:19pm
Nice article but somewhat exagerated regarding food variety in other cities...
Ali Raza-Brisbane Jul 08, 2016 05:26pm
Good list. Congratulation. Pizza shouldn't be on the list. PECHS Bun Kabab, Hanifia, Riaz Masjid Kabab, Waheed Kabab Burns Road,.
makraja Jul 08, 2016 06:32pm
Dear Shahzad I guess nothing of this is native to karachi and you miss the point when you associate other cities with one dish only! Eating out has been more popular in the bigger cities for many reasons like lifestyle, affluence, cosmopolitan nature all of which fit karachi.
Pakistani Jul 08, 2016 06:36pm
This is mental torture. I want to eat it but I am too far away from Karachi.
nasiroski Jul 08, 2016 08:09pm
Not sure if I agree to the list here, looks like this gentleman has only been to places in upper middle to Posh residential areas and has never eaten in the true Karachi neighborhoods like old city, Garden west, NN abad, and then 10 number, Quaidabad, Orangi. does not sound like true Karachi representative list.
lemon Jul 08, 2016 08:10pm
NO,.....HOW DARE YOU IGNORE JAWAID NIHARI...overall excellent article
Haroon Jul 08, 2016 08:16pm
Interesting to note not a single non meat item. As a nation we consume too much meat, not healthy....
Harshad Jul 08, 2016 08:34pm
All very similar meat dishes. Not one vegetarian option. Im sure there is more to Karachi than this list.
Aarish Mustafa Jul 08, 2016 09:11pm
this list wasn't as burger as I thought it'd initially be but still Pepperoni pizza over Javed Nihari? That overpriced burger over Lalu Khet kay gol gappay?
Asim Jul 08, 2016 09:11pm
Amazing article, perfect list of food!
Anwer Jul 08, 2016 09:38pm
@Wasay Syed Bunsroad bun kabob Nihari Mohammadi Nihari in Lahore no one is better, if you want heart burn eat nihari in KHI. Biryani again Hot and Spicy.
Syed Haq Jul 08, 2016 10:09pm
Unfortunately, you missed few obvious. Karachi food list cannot be completed without mentioning Javed's Nihari, Student Biryani, Haleem and Mix Plate. Nice attempt though.
Vishal Jul 08, 2016 10:35pm
Alright, sold! Karachi is on my list of place to visit!
Sab Se Pehle Pakistan Jul 08, 2016 10:45pm
Absolutely disagree with the rating. There are plenty of better restaurants in Karachi. For example Bar BQ Tonight is missing from the list.
Hammad Jul 08, 2016 11:08pm
Good effort! Not a comprehensive one though and could've done with a little more research and experience.
Khurram Jadoon Jul 08, 2016 11:30pm
@Naxalite come on it's Eid after full month of fasting - we all deserve these dishes enjoy and do the workout next week :)
Gawal Mandi Ya Jul 08, 2016 11:33pm
So the writer only mentions Lahori fish for Lahore? are you kidding me? You obviously don't know anything about Lahore and Lahori food, how about Lahori BBQ? fruit chat of Annarkali, burgers of Gulberg market, chapli kababs of Sadar bazar, juices of Liberty market, cholay and puri, these foods are served at every nook and corner of Lahore and no one cooks them like the Lahoris, and there is more. If you ever want to know what food is, just visit the old and new food street in Lahore, you will get your answers. On a side note, just reading the article, my cholesterol went up and body fat increased by 25%
Noman Ansari Jul 08, 2016 11:55pm
Great list. Enjoyed reading it. Have to disagree on the broast though. Karachi just doesn't know how to make broast. For good broast, go to the Middle East.
Suman Patnaik Jul 09, 2016 12:43am
Being an Indian, I always admired Pakistani cuisine. I'm drooling at the moment. I so wished I could be in the streets of Karachi right now :(
mahota Jul 09, 2016 01:37am
@Noman Ansari I was in middle east and just wanted to fly to Karachi to have a taste of garlic sauce at Kundan...
SYED Jul 09, 2016 02:01am
I ssak Jul 09, 2016 02:10am
How about spreading out internationally and opening franchises around the world ?....many large fast food cologmerates originated from's time to show them authentic desi meals are superior than their junk dishes...
Sarwar, USA. Jul 09, 2016 05:06am
@Naxalite ... Eid is not about fitness
Bhujang Patil Jul 09, 2016 05:07am
An honest question, do they not have any rom for veg food in Pakistani cuisine?
Malik Imran Jul 09, 2016 06:18am
I'm sure the author is big fan of chicken as there no items for biryani, meet, Daal etc
Arif Jul 09, 2016 09:08am
Chicken biryani by Food Ctr on Burns Road is out of this world Afghani tikka of BBQ Tonight
Naureen Jul 09, 2016 09:21am
Love you Karachi!
Yasser Masood Jul 09, 2016 10:04am
This seems to be a plausible list. Good food!
Ramesh Nakhwa Jul 09, 2016 01:06pm
@Suman Patnaik Come to Mohammed Ali Road in Mumbai and you will get all these and more. Besides the eateries are clean modern with a history of pre independence era.
Atif Jul 09, 2016 04:46pm
@Bhujang Patil We have but problem is vegetarian food is not considered 'luxury'. Without meat they are considered 'ordinary'.
ZakkuDaku Jul 09, 2016 05:08pm
When will the animosity between India and Pakistan be over ? I am hungry.
Atif Jul 09, 2016 05:28pm
@Gawal Mandi Ya @Anwar, @anwar, brother, even claiming that you can find better nihari other than Karachi is an offense itself. @Gawal Mandi Ya, Sorry brothers but I highly doubt your tall claims. A little history must be told. India was and is very rich in its cuisine. The cultural strength of Karachi is that people from all across the India migrated to Karachi and lives there together. Biryani, Haleem, Nihari, Korma and many many others veg and non-veg dishes are native to India Not Pakistan. These guys know how to cook them correctly. Take the example of Biryani, You make any dish with rice and meat and call it Biryani but in reality very few people can cook the authentic Biryani. It is a fine art . same goes to Nihari and Korma. So the people where these dishes are native, knows better how to cook them. It is almost impossible to cover whole karachi honestly. Karachi is not big it is very big and not just very big, it is very diverse culturally. Every area of karachi is a little city in itself. I perfectly understand people living outside of Karachi sometimes underestimate it cultural strength.
Masroor Naqvi Jul 09, 2016 05:56pm
Thank you for not publishing it in Ramazan, that would have made it way more difficult to wait for the ifftar. Excellent article, a trip back to Karachi is not complete without going to Burns Road to eat Waheeds fried kabab.
sultan pervez Jul 09, 2016 07:37pm
It all looks mouth watering Gosh, i can't wait to get there. Right now i'm in the middle of my project but seriously you 've won my stomach. Karachi dishes 've got not just their looks, they taste absolutely second to none. If and when you go there next don't forget to go there .try something eye catching and let me know the result...If possible!!!
Muhammad Jul 09, 2016 10:28pm
@Harsh Then dont come on this forum
Mohammad A Khan Jul 10, 2016 02:48pm
Reading this article my 'arteries' are 'pulsating', my mind tells me try once only regardless of how good it may taste! Tariq, If you eat this food on a regular basis,your arteries won't be pulsating for too long.They will be blocked with calcified plaques.
Zak Jul 11, 2016 03:52am
Kashmir has much better food than Lahore or Karachi -- pakistan is blessed to have Kashmiri food.
Khwaja Ali Shahid Jul 11, 2016 02:59pm
My oh my!! I finally found my twin. You can never do a better job with this topic. Great work. I am a foodie and I thoroughly enjoyed ur piece. I was even able to predict what next to expect. Totally nailed it!
Ali Jul 12, 2016 10:08am
mouth watering by just seeing the picss,, cannt even read it,, have tried Noorani and Kolachi,, both deserve the place here,..
Foodie Jul 13, 2016 06:12am
Interesting list but a personal one. The writer missed the following food items which Karachi is famous for: - Bun kabab - Nihari - Beef Bihari kabab and paratha - Student biryani - Haleem I'm sure a few more items can be added to the list by other readers
Azfar Jul 13, 2016 06:54am
1- C'com fellas, the author did mention he is excluding Nihari and Biryani places as there are too many great read the article in it's entirety. There will some exclusion and personal preferences so author did what HE thought was best and we all can comment on adding few, read "HANIFIA" ;0 2- And the list is about KARACHI food .. so just mentioning some other dishes in other cities was fine as IT IS about with it!
Talha Jul 14, 2016 10:38am
Oh,..My....God!!!!!!! Smashing article - you have captured the essence of Karachi. Congratulations on having such deep knowledge and covering almost every aspect. Reading it gave me a whirlwind tour of the city. I would suggest just two additions/edits: KATAKAT - Cafe Lazeez, Burns Road and BROAST - Pioneer Broast, Gulshan. Also: BUN KEBAB< SHWARMA - now one outstanding thela/stand in almost every neighborhood.
Talha Jul 14, 2016 10:38am
@Harsh Did you just read these two words in the dictionary and wanted to use them anyhow?
Kabeela Khan Jul 14, 2016 12:53pm
@Zak what a joke..