VernEnglish crept into my mind like a great white’s tail on the surface of the ocean; well it has come from English and Vernacular. Let me tell you how this peculiarity arose in vernacular language of Malayalam spoken by natives of Kerala also known as God’s Own Country. The word ‘something’ of English has become completely different in meaning. Something is used in colloquial Malayalam as bribe and it has lost its offensive flavor. For e.g. we say in Malayalam : He needs something for the deed to be countersigned. When we go to govt. offices we must keep ready something. Something can be folded and handed neatly under the table. It’s strange to observe the evolution of something as a bribe and spoken in Malayalam.