This sticker will go on my door tomorrow. I am printing a few, let me know if you want it Design: @pavemented Idea: @thejeshgn Wikipedia: Naale Baa was an urban legend that went viral during the 1990s in Karnataka. The myth goes “a witch roams the streets in the night and knocks the door. The witch apparently speaks in voices of your kin so you would be deceived to open the door. If you open it then you will die.” So the residents came up with a smart idea of writing “Naale Baa” outside the doors and the walls of their house. So when the ghost reads it and it goes back to come again the next day and the cycle repeats

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I am printing a few, let me know if you want it

Design: @pavemented
Idea: @thejeshgn

Wikipedia: Naale Baa was an urban legend that went viral during the 1990s in Karnataka. The myth goes “a witch roams the streets in the night and knocks the door. The witch apparently speaks in voices of your kin so you would be deceived to open the door. If you open it then you will die.” So the residents came up with a smart idea of writing “Naale Baa” outside the doors and the walls of their house. So when the ghost reads it and it goes back to come again the next day and the cycle repeats” srcset=”http://thej.in/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/this-sticker-will-go-on.jpg 1080w, http://thej.in/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/this-sticker-will-go-on-300×300.jpg 300w, http://thej.in/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/this-sticker-will-go-on-1024×1024.jpg 1024w, http://thej.in/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/this-sticker-will-go-on-150×150.jpg 150w, http://thej.in/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/this-sticker-will-go-on-768×768.jpg 768w” sizes=”(max-width: 1080px) 100vw, 1080px” />

This sticker will go on my door tomorrow.

I am printing a few, let me know if you want it

Design: @pavemented
Idea: @thejeshgn

Wikipedia: Naale Baa was an urban legend that went viral during the 1990s in Karnataka. The myth goes “a witch roams the streets in the night and knocks the door. The witch apparently speaks in voices of your kin so you would be deceived to open the door. If you open it then you will die.” So the residents came up with a smart idea of writing “Naale Baa” outside the doors and the walls of their house. So when the ghost reads it and it goes back to come again the next day and the cycle repeats

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Dear NRIs supporting CAB, if not this government, any future government can take away your OCI card for breaking a traffic signal or talking back to a government official while resisting corruption. It’s your time to for your own or children’s sake

Dear NRIs supporting CAB, if not this government, any future government can take away your OCI card for breaking a traffic signal or talking back to a government official while resisting corruption.

It’s your time to for your own or children’s sake

Dear NRIs supporting CAB, if not this government, any future government can take away your OCI card for breaking a traffic signal or talking back to a government official while resisting corruption.

It’s your time to for your own or children’s sake

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Dear NRIs supporting CAB, if not this government, any future government can take away your OCI card for breaking a traffic light or talking back to a government official. It’s your time to for your own or children’s sake

Dear NRIs supporting CAB, if not this government, any future government can take away your OCI card for breaking a traffic light or talking back to a government official.

It’s your time to for your own or children’s sake

Dear NRIs supporting CAB, if not this government, any future government can take away your OCI card for breaking a traffic light or talking back to a government official.

It’s your time to for your own or children’s sake

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