20 Funny Replies to “Aur Sunao”

Aur Sunao is Hindi language and it means, tell me more when translated literally. It is used in conversation when talking with someone and you need the person to give you more information.

It is mostly used in informal conversation. Those who don’t speak Hindi can use it too.

When someone says Aur Sunao to you, you are expected to give more information.

To lighten things up and make the other person laugh, you can give a funny answer like the following: well, it all started when I was born, I could, but then I’d have to charge you, or If I tell you that would put you on a government watch list.

In this article, you will find 20 funny replies to Aur Aunao that you can add to your arsenal of funny comebacks.

1. Well, it all began long ago…

If someone says, aur sunao, or tell me more, you can reply with the above sentence. Add the storytelling expression of awe and see the person begin to smile.

This reply, well, it all started when I was born, sounds like the beginning of a grand story.

When you use it to reply to an inquiry about something as simple as what happened to you at the grocery store, the other person must laugh.

Example:

  • Aur sunao

Well it all started when I was born when I walked into the grocery store

  • Aur sunao

Well, it happened when I was born that I happened on this guy from the late-night show

2. This information is costly. Do you have the funds?

Let’s say you are having a conversation where you tell someone you know a secret shortcut to a place. The person says, aur sunao, or tell me more. You say, I could, if you’re paying.

This reply will likely cause the person to smile. The point is, asking the person to pay a charge for something as mundane and ordinary as information about a shortcut is funny.

Example:

  • Aur sunao

I could, but this information is costly. Do you have the funds?

  • Aur sunao

This information is costly. Are you sure you have enough to pay for it?

3. It’s a boring story that’ll make you sleep

Say you are in a conversation with someone on a subject that doesn’t have many details at all. The person says, aur sunao, or tell me more. You reply by saying, I’d love to, but I don’t want to bore you with the details.

This may make the person frown first, then begin to laugh upon realizing there’s a joke somewhere there.

Example:

  • Aur sunao

I’d love to, but the story will make you fall asleep

  • Aur sunao

The story will only make you fall asleep

4. Are you sure? The excitement makes me ramble

You have heard people say, are you sure you want to hear about this? And then the other person begins to laugh because they don’t think what you’re about to say is such a big deal.

So, when someone says, aur sunao, make them laugh by asking if they are sure, then add: I tend to ramble when I’m excited. This will be even funnier if you’re just meeting the other person.

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Example:

  • Aur sunao

Are you sure? Because I tend to tremble all over when I’m excited

  • Aur sunao

Are you sure you want to hear this? I tend to shake when I’m excited

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5. It’s like asking a blind person to tell you what the color green is

Comedians often exaggerate facts to make people laugh. And that is what you do here when you use this sentence above.

In a simple conversation about food when someone says, tell me more, you can say, it’s like trying to explain the color purple to a blind person.

Example:

  • Aur sunao

It’s like asking a blind person what the color green is

  • Aur sunao

I don’t know how to say it. It’s like asking a blind what the color green is

6. The government could come after you if I tell you

You can watch someone howl in laughter when you reply with the above sentence. So someone says, tell me more, but you reply saying, I would, but then I’d have to kill you.

You may have heard this line in crime movies before. Well, it turns out you too can use it jokingly in conversations.

Example:

  • Aur sunao

I could tell you, but the government could come after you if I tell you

  • Aur sunao

Yeah, but the government could come after you. Do you still want to hear it?

7. I’m not sure you’re ready to be wowed

The way you say this sentence is with as much excitement as you can muster, with your face aglow with it.

Make sure the subject matter is as trivial too. In fact, the more trivial the subject matter is, the funnier.

Example:

  • Aur sunao
  • I’m not sure if you’re ready to be wowed by this news.
  • Aur sunao
  • Yeah, but I’m not sure you’re ready for that level of excitement.

8. If I told you, that would earn you a place in my will

In this funny reply, the subject matter has to be very trivial too. And it doesn’t need to have anything to do with the subject matter as well.

If someone says, tell me more, you reply, if I told you, my lawyers have to put your name in my will.

The matter of your will comes in because you would probably be eliminated for telling the person more.

Example:

  • Aur sunao

If I told you, that would earn you a place in my will.

9. Do you have a few hours to spare?

Here’s a really funny one. Someone asks you to ‘tell them more’ about why you were late to work. Then you say, do you have a few hours to spare? This is a funny exaggeration.

The person will likely ask you what you need a few hours to talk about while laughing.

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Example:

  • Aur sunao

Do you have a few hours to spare?

  • Aur sunao

I will, only if you have a few hours to spend

10. I’d love to tell you more, but I think I might put you to sleep.

Imagine that you are on a date and trying to impress your date. You can give this reply when they ask you to tell them more about yourself. Your date will surely smile at your sense of humor.

Example:

  • Aur sunao

I’d love to tell you more, but I think I might put you to sleep

  • Aur sunao

I would love to tell you more but you might just sleep off

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11. It’s a long road and a deep ocean, my friend

This is a pleasantly funny reply to, tell me more or aur sunao. It should be said with a slight air of soberness which you assume suddenly. Your listener will not be ready for the laugh that follows.

Example:

  • Aur sunao

Oh, it’s a long road and a deep ocean, my friend.

  • Aur sunao

It’s a long road and a deep ocean. Where do I begin?

12. I could, but first, here, sign this waiver.

Imagine when a coworker asks you for clarification on something simple and you whip out a piece of paper and pen.

Then you go, I could but I’d have to make you sign a waiver first. The coworker would surely find this funny.

Example:

  • Aur sunao

I could help you, but first, here, sign this waiver.

  • Aur sunao

I could, but there’s a waiver that must be signed first.

13. My friend, the truth of it is scary. Are you ready?

In an already funny conversation, you can make your friends laugh even more by using this reply. If someone says, aur sunao, you can tell them, with a regal air, I’m not sure you’re ready for this truth.

Example:

  • Aur sunao

My friend, the truth of it is scary

  • Aur sunao

The truth of it is scary. Are you ready?

14. Well, you see, this is like quantum physics. I don’t think you’ll get it.

This is a funny reply but delivery is important here. Use this reply only if you’re with your buddies or people you’re very familiar with.

If you use it wrongly even with a slight change in tone, you may offend your listener. Also, use this reply when the subject matter is not a serious one since this is an exaggerating tactic.

Example:

  • Aur sunao

Well, you see, this is like quantum physics. I don’t think you’ll get it.

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15. Have you seen a unicorn before? It’s like explaining how it works.

No known human has actually seen a unicorn. So when you say it’s like explaining how a unicorn works, you mean, the matter is unexplainable.

Even though it is something as trivial as how you got to work on a snowy morning. You can bet your listener would be in stitches with laughter when you say this.

Example:

  • Aur sunao

Oh, I can’t. Have you seen a unicorn before? It’s almost unexplainable like that.

  • Aur sunao
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Have you seen a unicorn before? It’s like explaining how they work.

16. I could, but then I’d have to swear you to secrecy

This reply employs exaggerations for comic effect. You also need to say it with an appropriate tone of secrecy. Use this reply when the person is familiar with you. And also use it when the subject matter is a trivial one.

Example:

  • Aur sunao

I could tell you more, but then I’d have to swear you to secrecy

  • Aur sunao

Yeah, I could, but then I have to swear you to secrecy

Funny Replies to Aur Sunao

17. Do you have a sense of humor? Because this story might require it.

Suppose you are on a date, and the person asks you to tell him or her more, this will be a funny reply to give. Once you request a sense of humor, the person would start smiling.

Example:

  • Aur sunao

I could tell you more. But this story might require a sense of humor

  • Aur sunao

Do you have a sense of humor? Because this story might require it

18. I would, but I’d rather avoid ruining the surprise

And when you wish to hold back information for the purpose of suspense, you can use this reply here.

This reply is appropriate for when the person is already smiling or laughing, or when you have already surprised the person.

Example:

  • Aur sunao

I would tell you more, but I don’t want to ruin the surprise

  • Aur sunao

Yes, I’d like to tell you more, but then I’d be ruining the surprise

19. It’s a story about love, loss, and a little bit of magic.

By now you should know that the story isn’t about love, loss, and a little bit of magic. In fact, it is simply about how you woke up, showered, and braved two-hour traffic to work.

But you use this reply because you want to make your colleagues laugh.

Example:

  • Aur sunao

It’s a long story about love, loss, and a little bit of magic

  • Aur sunao

Yes, and it’s a story about love, loss, and a little bit of magic

20. I’d love to tell you more, but I’m under a non-disclosure agreement.

Those who work 9 to 5 jobs are familiar with non-disclosure agreements. So this reply is most appropriate for people who work at jobs.

If someone says, aur sunao or tell me more, you can say this in reply: I’d love to tell you more but I’m under a non-disclosure agreement.

This is even though the subject matter has nothing to do with work. But your colleagues will laugh, knowing it’s a joke.

Example:

  • Aur sunao
  • Look, I’d like to tell you more but I’m under a non-disclosure agreement

Even if you don’t speak Hindi, now you know what Aur Sunao means. And this list has given you 20 replies you can use in major circumstances.

Don’t forget the importance of tone. Also, the best funny replies are most successful when you read the room before using them

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