When India began preparing for the 2010 Commonwealth Games, the country’s government officials boasted that they would be creating an atmosphere that would make it the greatest experience in the history of the event. The result has far exceeded their expectations to the point that countries are threatening to pull out before the event even begins because they’re just overwhelmed by the awesomeness. *receives note from Punte’s trained flamingo* Oops, my bad, they’re pulling out because people have been exposed to dengue fever.
Countries like New Zealand are on the verge of running in fear from the event and the city of New Delhi because of silly old stuff like a stadium bridge collapsing, a venue’s roof caving in, and the lack of trash pick-up in and around the athletic villages. Not to mention the possibility of contracting dengue fever, which makes people feel like their bones have been broken before eventually killing them. But don’t worry, silly countries, India thinks you’re all exaggerating.
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