The phrase 'crocodile in water, tiger on land' is a (poor) translation of a Bengali saying that describes the unhappy state of being stuck between a tiger and a crocodile, the devil and the deep blue sea, a rock and a hard place, the Trinamul Congress and the CPI(M) and so on. CWTL started off as a web comic about Calcutta, but it's been observed that it ventures out quite often, much like a good Bengali tourist.
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