The Prince of Wales finally arrived at Delhi to co-inaugurate the Commonwealth Games in Delhi. The games venues and the athlete's village were deemed ready. The Indian delegation proudly rolled out a yellow carpet, as the dying process to make the carpet red was still in progress.
"That fellow showed up a day early. But, you know, this shade of red is known as yellow in some sophisticated circles of kindergardeners. I'm not sure there's any need to portray this one more failing of the Delhi CWG," opined one staunch supporter of the Delhi Common Wealth Games.
"Nothing of the kind happened. I'm sure it's just poor photoshop work that you've asked my boss to comment on," said one alleged representative of Madhuri Dikshit when this reporter approached her for a comment from the Delhi CM.
Meanwhile, one representative proudly declared that India was going to go for second place. "Yes, there's no way we're beating Australia, but I certainly hope we finish ahead of the Canadians, since we've entered more athletes than the entire population of Canada into the games." The Canadian delegation was unavailable for comment, it is believed they were still looking for the promised tiger in their rooms apparently that was the only reason they agreed to come.