Romesh Ranganathan's Real Name Is JONATHAN RANGANATHAN | Universal Comedy

25 sep. 2020
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King Grump Romesh Ranganathan talks about his Sri Lankan heritage in this clip taken from his best selling special IRRATIONAL. He also introduces us to his secret weapon
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  • Those are the whitest sneakers ever

    Krishanu BordKrishanu Bord10 dagen geleden
  • You’re telling me that your real name is Jonathan... Jonathan Ranganathan. Well I don’t believe you, that sounds like a complete load of Romesh to me... lol 😉 (see what I did there... 🤫🥸)

    Darth VisceralDarth Visceral10 dagen geleden
  • Coconut.

    Sanjay VaidyaSanjay Vaidya11 dagen geleden
  • He never mocks Muslims

    LondonLondon29 dagen geleden
    • Why should he

      ClawzeClawze21 dag geleden
  • "can we just get that light o- yep he is that dark, jesus!" HAHA

    kadivkidakadivkida29 dagen geleden
  • Johnnnnnnny booooy. Ahahahaa

    mark taylormark taylorMaand geleden
  • #0149f090176fd126E05ce0597

    dnull gnulldnull gnullMaand geleden
  • Romesh Ranganathan should listen to Bombay bandook once.

    Praneet BhikhtaPraneet BhikhtaMaand geleden
  • 🤣🤣🤣 you are one of my favourite people to watch 👌class act😁😁

    Liz GilliesLiz GilliesMaand geleden
  • FAT, NO?!!! 😂😂😂👍👍

    Hugo NongbriHugo NongbriMaand geleden
  • All my kids can manage to say to their grandparents in our mother tongue basically is “how are you” “what are you doing” “have u ate” “what did u eat” “yes” “no” and then it’s blank 😂 they can understand it perfectly just not converse so well. Bloody coconuts 😂🤦🏽‍♀️🤦🏽‍♀️

    cheekykitten25cheekykitten25Maand geleden
  • I am Steve but you can call me Rajinder - Russell Peters

    Kshitij GargKshitij Garg2 maanden geleden
  • Can comedians please come back and do online shows Imagine a zoom call with Romesh would happily pay 🤣🤣🤣

    Sunshine DaisiesSunshine Daisies2 maanden geleden
  • Is it just me or is he just not funny?

    chosen onechosen one2 maanden geleden
    • Just u mate

      Sai PreethamSai PreethamMaand geleden
  • I actually knew a few people whose parents gave them English first names and surnames even though they were south Asian. When we talked about it they said exactly what Romesh was talking about.

    It’s_SHOWTIMEIt’s_SHOWTIME2 maanden geleden
  • Totally unfunny.

    barry nicholasbarry nicholas2 maanden geleden
  • That’s so funny. I remember when I started my new school age 10 and the teacher introduced me to the class using my middle name. I wouldn’t mind but I had never used it until that day. The english teacher must have thought Junior wasn’t that British. To be fair I do prefer Joseph or Joe.

    Joe ErnestJoe Ernest2 maanden geleden
  • I've got an English name and it's the wrong ethnicity to be employed in my neighbourhood. This needs addressing because this issue is two way.

    hotstitch1hotstitch12 maanden geleden
  • 🇱🇰

    SwvySwvy2 maanden geleden
  • Come on Sri lanka

    SwvySwvy2 maanden geleden
  • This is so true

    dani ranadani rana2 maanden geleden
  • Funny but also exposes the racism in britain

    PAvS OfficialPAvS Official2 maanden geleden
    • Yeah Britain is so racist, like how bame are being over represented in television, curse the racist Britain right?

      GodfreyGodfrey2 maanden geleden
  • This joke actually reflects my own situation of how I was named with a conformable first name, and traditional alternative-first/middle name. This is the truth for many people with forgein families.

    mstly4lgmstly4lg2 maanden geleden
  • My name is George Patel and I’m white!

    Dixie TreeDixie Tree2 maanden geleden
  • It's so confusing when someone who you trust, is lying to you and you don't know that they're trying to undermine you in some way, its fuckup

    Michael LearyMichael Leary2 maanden geleden
  • his mates name is Dave

    John LynottJohn Lynott2 maanden geleden
  • Can't remember how old I was when I found out my first name is Ian, weird stuff.

    Howard PayneHoward Payne2 maanden geleden
  • It’s a skit I know but normally with these Asian family parents will teach their kids both language it comes naturally as babies learn fast

    AdamAdam2 maanden geleden
  • 👏👏👏👏👏

    Nadeem AfzalNadeem Afzal2 maanden geleden
  • He's fucking brilliant I look forward to seeing this guy live one day

    Jonathan BroughtonJonathan Broughton2 maanden geleden
  • It still does something for unconscious biases. Unfortunately it's the way the world is. People even forget your name more easily if it isn't a "familiar" name. Familiar depends on the majority of the country of course. I am sure Ramesh is a very common name in Sri Lanka.

    Michelle JMichelle J2 maanden geleden
    • Perhaps so, its interesting his name is Romesh, not Ramesh, perhaps Ramesh is a common name in Sri Lanka but whats that got to do with anything. Maybe its all that unconscious bias

      James WestJames West2 maanden geleden
  • Jonathan Ranganathan, but which Nathan did Jonathan ring?

    Darth VisceralDarth Visceral2 maanden geleden
  • Fat, no?

    uzzie88uzzie882 maanden geleden
  • He's hilarious...great comedian ❤️

    Fay cFay c2 maanden geleden
  • Im called primarily by my middle name too. I dont even remember my parents _ever_ calling me by my first name.

    zahra zarqaazahra zarqaa2 maanden geleden
  • This is no different to Chinese students coming to the US or Australia and adopting western names though. Heck, I knew a William Xi - loved how he said the name with the thickest Chinese accent I'd ever heard back then. All the Chinese students in my class did that

    savioblancsavioblanc2 maanden geleden
  • My friend Arthur Dustbin wasn't too fond of his name. He's now known as Archibald Dustbin.

    Dale PadmanDale Padman2 maanden geleden
  • Not funny

    Citizen DaveCitizen Dave2 maanden geleden
  • Well hey if he was self conscious about his weight he wouldn’t be a comedian so fair play for him mocking his weight though he does have a huge belly if you ever seen his bbc 3 programme takes his top off he’s deceptively fat

    Harl StoweHarl Stowe2 maanden geleden
  • nlworld.info/key/video/xGyop82qqomrbp4

    bruh bruhbruh bruh2 maanden geleden
  • I know it was just a joke, I'm just explaining to people who might find it strange that people would call people fat and be happy. The "fat" comment might be cultural, it used to happen a few years ago (might still) in China as it was a sign of wealth. Also, people are more open about factual aspects of people. They talk about skin colour, they talk about money... It's not a rudeness thing, but culture. Please do correct me if I'm wrong, but this has been my experience during my visits and interactions.

    B VB V2 maanden geleden
  • Well... He's jonathan ranga nathan, I think that's VERY british. His ancestor nathan must've been ginger and hated.

    SoneaSonea2 maanden geleden
  • You don’t need to speak it

    TwoTwo2 maanden geleden
  • Missed opportunity with Ranganathan. "Oh, must be a ginger white bloke. Ranga Nathan. Poor kid musta been bullied for that"

    Adam HillAdam Hill2 maanden geleden
    • exactly, if his parents moved to aus/nz....they woulda got the pronouciation perfect

      rishi patelrishi patel10 dagen geleden
  • Laugh out loud funny!! 😭😂

    ✨Ndidi1st✨✨Ndidi1st✨2 maanden geleden
  • Know a few folks who've got their "English" name and their home name.

    Ellie SmithyEllie Smithy2 maanden geleden
  • As an Indian man named Thomas this bit resonates w me

    Thomas SinhaThomas Sinha2 maanden geleden
  • Why my mom gave me a "white" name. Always get a second interview.

    RookInCharge27RookInCharge272 maanden geleden
  • I can SO relate to Romesh (Jonathan) This is why I changed my surname as people ALWAYS spell it incorrectly due to the pronunciation. 🙄🤦🏻‍♀️ Also because I am Chinese, people automatically assume that I can speak Mandarin (I speak Cantonese 🇭🇰) 😂😩

    Helen LeeHelen Lee2 maanden geleden
  • very funny dude

    n bon bo2 maanden geleden
  • I had a similar first day of school when my teacher called my name out and I didn't answer, because I'd been known to everyone by a nickname so when they said my actual name I had no idea who they were talking about. I'm in my mid twenties now and I could probably count on my fingers the number of times since then I've been called by my name for anything other than a school register or an interview

    aragonautaragonaut2 maanden geleden
  • My Grands had 9 kids. My Mom never never knew her correct birthday until she needed her birth certificate to get her driver's license. All her life she thought it was the 8th but it was really the 18th. All my childhood, I and the rest of the family thought my Aunt's name was Marilyn. When she sent for her birth certificate. She found out it was Melanie. By that time I was a teen. They both went all the way through school signing the wrong info on their paperwork. When they asked Grammy about it she said she had too many kids and could remember all the details.

    leeluv96leeluv962 maanden geleden
  • I’m Sri Lankan British and had the exact same problem except I never knew my first name until I started school because my middle name was English which I presumed was my first name 😭

    Dom JayDom Jay2 maanden geleden
  • Romesh’s checklist for making a joke, does it include: race, nationality or skin colour

    Mike JonesMike Jones2 maanden geleden
  • Ad before this was KFC rolls and they look disgusting

    Belinda ABelinda A2 maanden geleden
    • Which they certainly do. Taste that way, too.

      Manuel MateoManuel Mateo2 maanden geleden
  • Funny thing is studies have shown having a "white" first name does actually benefit you with jobs sadly

    DreamBeliefDreamBelief2 maanden geleden
  • My parents did a similar thing to me. I have an Anglo first name but a Vietnamese Middle Name. The thing is, my name can be spelled like 3 different ways so people are still confused.

    MelonPaloozaMelonPalooza3 maanden geleden
  • I can't speak my language either and I live there

    tanz448tanz4483 maanden geleden
  • JoJo Indian version:

    Vignesh RaviVignesh Ravi3 maanden geleden
  • My parents also called me a different name while I grew into my first name. Coordinated it with the schools to call me what they called me. Didn't know what my actual NAME was for YEARS.

    Burley MullinsBurley Mullins3 maanden geleden
  • Didn't even crack a half-smile let alone laughed. I think "Jonathan" sorry if I spelled wrong....it's such a confusing name I just took a chance. I found you to be aggressive, rude and incredibly disrespectful. But, even though that, he well and best of luck. 😉

    Sheri McDANIELSheri McDANIEL3 maanden geleden
    • Em e That’s not surprising. I feel better having said it.

      Sheri McDANIELSheri McDANIEL2 maanden geleden
  • My wife has this problem all the time. Thai first name english last name, never gets treated as a “real” Canadian

    Christopher GreenChristopher Green3 maanden geleden
  • But I think he does look like a Jonathan. It's his glasses. 🙏🏻😂👍🏻

    DJ LondonDJ London3 maanden geleden
  • Related to the librarian?

    Y siY si3 maanden geleden
  • I had a nickname as a kid and I learned my first name at school as well. I swear this has shaped me

    Leslie DuggerLeslie Dugger3 maanden geleden
  • lol, non-white people only apply for work at country estates and wealthy corporations...lol

    AlexAlex3 maanden geleden
  • Classic immigrant comedy.

    VideeoJunkeeVideeoJunkee3 maanden geleden
  • 1:01 *Brooo, the struggle of not being able to connect wiv ur family members who don’t speak English.* 🤦🏽‍♂️🤦🏽‍♂️🤦🏽‍♂️

    SAEEDSAEED3 maanden geleden
    • I always consider myself to be fortunate that I was raised speaking both.

      Manuel MateoManuel Mateo2 maanden geleden
    • Bloogly weell roight eh blimey

      Mazda MaldeMazda Malde3 maanden geleden
  • I wish my parents did that. Everyone messes up my name. I have a j un my name and people assume it's an h sound because most people in southern California speak Spanish. Then they offended ehrnbi correct the peonincuation of my name.

    2muchtv2muchtv3 maanden geleden
  • Technobear.

    Faith SopranoFaith Soprano3 maanden geleden
  • His parents weren't wrong.

    Brenda SingerBrenda Singer3 maanden geleden
  • This happened to me. I went by a nickname until my first day of school. Teacher says my full first name, and last name, and I was like "oh hey! That kid has the same last name as me!" Teacher had to tell me it was me she was talking too.

    VickytoriaVickytoria3 maanden geleden
  • You are your culture. That makes you British Mr Ranganathan. I don't go round telling people I'm Celtic with a good mix of Norman. When immigrants choose to live in England, they either become British or they remain whatever they were before. You can tell the former because they embrace the culture.

    Lee SylvesterLee Sylvester3 maanden geleden
  • He could've gone by Jonah

    Leilani ZLeilani Z3 maanden geleden
  • Funny enough, I knew a guy named John Martin. He was Indian. 😂

    beakerbexbeakerbex3 maanden geleden
    • There are people of European ethnicity, mixed, Christians in India. It’s a multicultural country.

      ಫ್ಲಾಯ್ನ್ ರೆಬೆಲ್ಲೊಫ್ಲಾಯ್ನ್ ರೆಬೆಲ್ಲೊ7 dagen geleden
    • ye....heard he works for the IRS

      rishi patelrishi patel10 dagen geleden
    • Meet Shah Martin isn’t a Christian name though 🤔 it was a trap 🪤

      Marcus HudsonMarcus Hudson23 dagen geleden
    • @ThePipeMonk cuz like Christians are most likely to hav biblical names and not the usual names thats in the hindu mythology. 🤷

      Sandra BrainySandra BrainyMaand geleden
    • @Karan Arora there are also Orthodox Christians in India too whom have been there longer than Catholics and Protestant Christians.

      Theodoric MacCambellTheodoric MacCambellMaand geleden
  • He looks like a Jonathan to me. Then again, all Jonathans look the same to me. Roundish, bearded, looking like they just woke up from a coma and are astounded by this new thing called electricity.

    David AndersenDavid Andersen3 maanden geleden
    • @Melissa Marshman 😀

      David AndersenDavid Andersen24 dagen geleden
    • @p rl 😂 Yup.

      David AndersenDavid Andersen24 dagen geleden
    • Oh my god, our American counterpart came here in my country for work and he is a Jonathan and he does look like how you described lol

      p rlp rl2 maanden geleden
    • Stop there was a Jonathan from my school, now with a beard and exactly like this, why is this actually 100% accurate 😭😂

      Melissa MarshmanMelissa Marshman2 maanden geleden
    • Oi!!! 😁

      Jonathan BaileyJonathan Bailey2 maanden geleden
  • And his real career should be taxi driver because he ain't no comedian

    Porl InchPorl Inch3 maanden geleden
  • Imagine “Nathan” appearing in your name twice, but neither time is it the name Nathan

    Flynn°-°94Flynn°-°943 maanden geleden
    • @Rohith M it is spelled the same though so the original comment isn't wrong. Also, your phonetics make sense to me. All the best from rainy Scotland 😁💙🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿💙

      Ariana AJ BeaverhausenAriana AJ Beaverhausen4 dagen geleden
    • @Antonio Tyler if he is ging...hed be called ranga...nathan in new zealand

      rishi patelrishi patel10 dagen geleden
    • He could ditch the Nathans and go by Jon Rang

      Nomad PaparazziNomad Paparazzi22 dagen geleden
    • Jonathan Nathan ranganathan 😂

      Zohaib TahirZohaib TahirMaand geleden
    • Omfg..... 🤣🤣🤣🤣 How did I not notice that!!!

      Tabitha SparklebrightTabitha SparklebrightMaand geleden
  • lmao i have the same problem with my family in sri lanka, my mums and my generation there, can fluently speak and talk but with my grandmas genrationits a bit more difficult

    Kittens EclipseKittens Eclipse3 maanden geleden
  • As an Asian, I also only knew my real first name on my first day at school 😂

    Jose SJose S3 maanden geleden
    • @Piranha Fish Keeper Just imagine I have 2 first names but I have always been called by just the first syllables of each! 😆

      Jose SJose S2 maanden geleden
    • What is your real name? And the name you thought it was? Just interested lol😆

      Piranha Fish KeeperPiranha Fish Keeper2 maanden geleden
  • As funny as this is, his parent actually did the right thing. Studies completed recently have indicated that individuals with ‘foreign-sounding’ or ethnic-minority names have to apply for 80% more jobs, statically speaking, before getting interviews.

    JTubeJTube3 maanden geleden
    • @bambino whilst I see your point, it’s easy to judge if you’re not struggling with unemployment.

      JTubeJTube17 dagen geleden
    • Yes, let’s just comply with the racism in society by changing all our names to European ones, that’s a fantastic idea 🤦🏻

      bambinobambino18 dagen geleden
    • @Opal Miner not made up at all. Here you go: www.google.co.za/amp/s/www.bbc.com/news/amp/uk-46927417 OR: www.theguardian.com/world/2019/jan/17/minority-ethnic-britons-face-shocking-job-discrimination OR: www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/mar/07/white-working-class-bigotry-midde-income-earners-prejudice OR: www.theguardian.com/money/2009/oct/18/racism-discrimination-employment-undercover .... All of the above were about job discrimination, and there are plenty more. Please stop assuming that just because you may not experience discrimination, that others can afford to be as in the dark as you, about the realities around them. There’s been a movement in the last few years for nameless job applications to prevent unconscious bias and discrimination. Also, someone above mentioned a few studies, which you should probably read. Education is the way to fight discrimination.

      JTubeJTubeMaand geleden
    • I'm not sure where this statistic comes from. There have been a number of studies roughly on this subject, though: digital.library.ryerson.ca/islandora/object/RULA%3A5285 Rupa, B., Reitz, J.G., Oreopoulos, P. (2017). Do large employers treat racial minorities more fairly? a new analysis of Canadian field experiment data. Toronto: R.F. Harney Professorship and Program in Ethnic, Immigration and Pluralism Studies, Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto. papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2018047 Oreopoulos, Philip and Dechief, Diane, Why Do Some Employers Prefer to Interview Matthew, but Not Samir? New Evidence from Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver (February 2012). Available at SSRN: ssrn.com/abstract=2018047 or dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2018047 Kang, S. K., DeCelles, K. A., Tilcsik, A., & Jun, S. (2016). Whitened Résumés: Race and Self-Presentation in the Labor Market. Administrative Science Quarterly, 61(3), 469-502. doi.org/10.1177/0001839216639577 (pdf available if you google the title) I think they're all available for the general public.

      Jia Yue HeJia Yue He2 maanden geleden
    • Wow, that's incredible. Could you do us a favour and post a link to the source for that completely made up statistic?

      Opal MinerOpal Miner2 maanden geleden
  • He jokes but his dad is probably right, even if it’s just the first name. You can have an unfamiliar first name or an unfamiliar last name, but people probably get so uncomfortable when you have both.

    kiarimariekiarimarie3 maanden geleden
    • @Terence Jay I briefly dated a first generation Indian guy whose name was Richard. He told me his older sister had a more traditional name, but after his parents messed up and didn’t make sure she could speak English by the time they enrolled in kindergarten (she was born in the US but they apparently just never spoke English to or around her often), they did a full pivot and gave him a Christian name and spoke nothing but English around him. There is definitely a middle ground to these two extremes (and I’m not criticizing parents for either, there is many factors to consider), and I’ve had first generation friends both as the child and parent have a wide spectrum of experiences, especially with the name and language thing. Everyone just wants to do their best for their child.

      kiarimariekiarimarie2 maanden geleden
    • I employed a young Sikh lad as a 'Saturday boy', who ended up working full time. After a while he came in without his turban, which annoyed his Grandfather no end. But, his name was David. I asked him what his Sikh name was ( you can't really say Christian name..) and he said 'David'.

      Terence JayTerence Jay2 maanden geleden
    • @Swaran Bains that's when you're middle class and you have the luxury to not be in survival mode anymore

      Michelle JMichelle J2 maanden geleden
    • @Swaran Bains in what context? all I know is I'm a recruiter and Indians with indian first names have a HUGE disadvantage for most jobs that have a big indian pool, e.g. software engineers

      roodlesroodles2 maanden geleden
    • @roodles funny thing is nowadays it’s the opposite many middle class indians are opting for the complex names- it’s like india has the oldest civilisation in the world and most ‘British names’ are christian and not even British to begin with

      Swaran BainsSwaran Bains2 maanden geleden
  • I actually wonder what people imagine I look like based on my very Caucasian name. I’m sure when they meet me they’re surprised that I’m an Indian- Australian.

    Lauren PereiraLauren Pereira3 maanden geleden
    • @Rage Fury sup buddy

      Ivan Bartrina CarrerasIvan Bartrina Carreras15 dagen geleden
    • I have a German-derived first name and generic sounding "Christian" last name, so when I show up as a magnanimous Canadian black woman with (barber cut) short hair, people are sometimes "surprised". Which is always apparent in the confused giggle fused with "well hello there". It never gets old.

      Karlene EKarlene E3 maanden geleden
    • @Meowy Meowerson who's making accounts with their real name?

      Rage FuryRage Fury3 maanden geleden
    • @Rage Fury her name is right there lol

      Meowy MeowersonMeowy Meowerson3 maanden geleden
    • What's your name bro

      Rage FuryRage Fury3 maanden geleden
  • Time to learn Tamil

    Sonya GomezSonya Gomez3 maanden geleden
  • Jo Nathan rang A Nathan. They were brothers and hadn't caught up in a while.

    D JayD Jay3 maanden geleden
  • Oh, my god. I have a similar story, my first name is Jonathan too(for starters) but I go by my middle name(family tradition). At home my family has never, not even once called me Jonathan so first day of first grade in school all the desks had notebooks on them. I went around the room and the teacher asked me if I was in the wrong room, I said, "No, there is a book with my last name on it, but not my first name" My parents failed to tell me I had a secret identity too.

    MiketehTVMiketehTV3 maanden geleden
    • Same... I go by my middle name, too...

      Andrea SAndrea SMaand geleden
    • Do parents not tell kids their full names??

      DeathnoteBBDeathnoteBB3 maanden geleden
  • This happened to my best friend. She found out what her first name was on her first day of school. She had always been called by her middle name. It was hilarious. But also for her extremely confusing...

    Eryn McKennaEryn McKenna3 maanden geleden
  • Is it not common for Asian kids in the UK to have an English first name? Here in the US, lots of Asian immigrant parents give their kids American names to better fit in, not be teased for their name, and more opportunities job wise

    silentsmurfsilentsmurf3 maanden geleden
  • (Jo + Ranga)nathan

    Peter GaleyPeter Galey3 maanden geleden
  • lol same 🤣

    Johnathan Humphrey ThompsonJohnathan Humphrey Thompson3 maanden geleden
  • However arf TIM

    don llavesdon llaves3 maanden geleden
  • I feel him on the language bit

    xyzakh1xyzakh13 maanden geleden
  • It's funny because it's true.

    sarwat18sarwat183 maanden geleden
  • I’m white and Aussie, but I have eyes that don’t look 6th generation Australian shall we say. That plus my accent, when I moved to NZ I would always get “Where are you from?” I would say my suburb in Auckland. “No, where are you from before that?” Me *suburb name before my current residence* “No, where are you parents from?” Me: “Wellington.” (True for one parent) I would just see how far I could push them until they dropped it or demanded my ethnicity 😂😂😂 I’m white so I don’t get it enough to be sensitive about it. I felt like it was my duty to make people admit they were trying to be racist 😂😂😂

    EfflorescenteyEfflorescentey3 maanden geleden
    • @Efflorescentey okay, they just sound like tools then. 😅

      glockenreinglockenrein2 maanden geleden
    • @glockenrein no, a lot of people end up asking about my ethnicity. Then I finally admit I’m Australian and my family has been there since they came from Ireland as convicts. That makes them mad.

      EfflorescenteyEfflorescentey2 maanden geleden
    • I really wouldn’t call this racist. Annoyingly curious maybe. Also people might not know the word ethnicity so “where are you from” is just the way they phrase it.

      glockenreinglockenrein2 maanden geleden
    • @Al Rats it’s just because they get asked a million times in a row and it really makes them feel like you’re pointing out that they’re different. Have you ever been in a cast? Most people eventually get so sick of strangers asking what happened.

      EfflorescenteyEfflorescentey2 maanden geleden
    • You don't have to be racist to be curious about people's ethnicity. I always want to know people's ethnicity if it's not something I recognise. I'm also happy to reveal my own ethnicity to anyone who enquires, though it's not hard to guess for most people. I wish I could start a conversation with those who look mixed race by just asking them if they are mixed race. I don't understand why it's frowned upon to ask about ethnicity but not where people are from. I was born in one place, grew up in three different places and now live elsewhere; so I don't even know where I'm from but I know my roots.

      Al RatsAl Rats3 maanden geleden
  • Yo i found out my first name on my first day at school too🤣🤣🤣 are all sri lankan parents the same🤣🤣🤣

    Ayesh KAyesh K3 maanden geleden
  • I love how the cadence of the crowd's laughter rises and falls every now and then - nice acoustics!

    Hariharan VenkataramaniHariharan Venkataramani3 maanden geleden
  • I'm the same as romesh I thought my name was Katie till I started school then it turns out its actually Catherine

    Katie Sharp YTKatie Sharp YT3 maanden geleden
  • I went to school with a Neville Patel.

    Tim HarrisTim Harris3 maanden geleden
    • was he a halfie?

      rishi patelrishi patel10 dagen geleden
    • @Tim Harris LOLOLOL!

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    • My secondary school had 3 different Jason Kim's

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    • @Galaxy Lucia I'll have you know we were all Slytherin.

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    • Was he a Griffindor??😂😂 Sorry I had to lol!

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  • This guy surpose to be funny I don't think so he ain't at all another political correctness comedian

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  • This is like being a British born Nigerian lol

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