The Pink Rupee is on the rise, according to business trackers in India. Though this piece of information may make the Rainbow people in La La land happy and Gay, insiders say that the depraved West shouldn't assume too much.
"Our twenty rupee notes have turned from orange to pink, owing to a snag in some special printing machines in an unnamed UK mint," said a source from the Reserve Bank of India.
Top officers of the mint in Great Britain were rather pink faced about the gaffe.
Though the Governor of the Reserve Bank expressed his dismay, certain members of the Queer community reportedly are pink with pleasure.
"Gandhi looks far happier on the Pink Rupee," said Queen Been Ashok Aunty, waving his fat bejeweled hands in the Mumbai air, "After all the pink rupee is so inclusive."
"Pink is my favourite colour," echoed Transvestite Tina from Lucknow, "In fact, the Hijra Hotties have decided to demand that a special ATM be set up that just dispenses pink rupees.
'It's no big deal', said Princess Mother Arif Zafar of Kanpur fame, "India has been having Pink Cities since Ancient times, and some very Gulabi nipple showing Nawabs, so the Pink Rupee only brings it out in the open ... India is tickeld Pink!