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9 Things men hesitate to tell women
Your relationship has entered its fourth year and the two of you have planned a romantic dinner to mark the occasion.
Everything was sailing smooth until you saw her come down the stairs in a dress way too skimpy for her, sporting an obnoxious hairdo and makeup like it's war paint. She flutters her eyelashes in hope of a compliment or two from you, and you comply awkwardly with a cliche like, "You look great, sweetheart".
Here are 9 such things (in random order) that men are all the time dying to say, but can't seem to get it out of their system.
1. How many digits in your salary: "What's your salary package," a question that every guy dreads and wishes to evade more than a question like "Are you gay?" They will inform you about a salary increment or a promotion at work but will never divulge the statistical details even if it is good. Dipti Sahu, a media professional, says, "Guys are competitive even with their partners and are wary to disclose details they feel will make us judge them. That's why they can never give definite answers and are always vague about their salary structure."
2. Why can't I earn more than you: We might have progressed into an era where we witness men and women succeeding in the professional sphere but regressive notions continue to exist. Dilasha Seth, a Business journalist, believes that somewhere the traditional notion of a man being the breadwinner and woman as the caretaker of the household still holds true. "They will not acknowledge a woman's success in public for the acceptance will injure their pride. On the face of it they might congratulate you but within, they battle with their own insecurity. A woman on the other hand basks in her man's success and can't help shout out from rooftops."
3. Just get over Mills and Boon: Women's choice of books and their blind devotion to certain authors have always irked men. Their helpless state further worsened by their inability to express it. Says Sayyed Naqvi, media professional, "It's not that we want our partners to be connoisseurs in literature or descendants of Shakespeare but I can never tell her to develop a sensible taste in her selection of books. She might take it otherwise"
4. Fantasising about another girl while in the act: Have you ever felt a vein of disconnect running through that intimate moment where you are in his arms and about to break into a romantic kiss? Rosy Xess, a freelance writer, feels that "guys cannot verbalise that their mental faculties are fixated on some other girl while being physically cosy with you."
5. Watch out dude, that's my girl!: Walking down a busy street, a man is always watchful of people that eye his girl, far less stray close to her. He is always prepared to shield her from sneering comments. The problem arises in articulating it. Says Saurav Mishra, a Bombay-based professional in business media "I feel my blood boil when someone passes an objectionable comment on my girlfriend. I hold myself from communicating it for I am afraid she might think I am trying to be a police every time."
6. Don't call me every five minutes: There are times when an overdose of 'love', 'care' and 'affection' intrudes his personal space making him claustrophobic. *Nihal Singh, an engineering student says, "It becomes tough for me when she expects a prompt reply to her every text and gets angry if I delay. I cannot tell her how much this bothers me as doing so would mean inviting more trouble."
7. Please let's not talk about my ex: This is indeed a sensitive chapter in one's life, the pages of which threaten to open up massacring details. Past is always sad and men are never really comfortable letting their partners take a peep for the fear of offending them.
8. I always know what to do: Guys, let's face it, are averse to confessing. The idea of opening up about a problem, whether a crisis in the family or a bad day at work, to their partners sends a tingle of unease down his back. Dipti Sahu, a media professional who is living in with her boyfriend for the last few years, feels that guys think they would be dubbed a loser if they sought their partner's help with anything. They see it as a challenge to their 'masculinity'.
9. Calling friends over without prior notice: Guys don't think twice before calling up their gang of friends over for a meal. The wife/girlfriend in question is notified on the same only at the penultimate moment when it gets too much to handle for him. Men don't realise that casually asking friends to drop by can make women go through a harrowing time deciding what to serve. And it obviously drives her barking mad!
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source:TIMES OF INDIA
sex tape of Kejriwal government’s women and child development minister
begins with this room. The state of the room doesn’t suggest it is a
minister’s room. The room has a cupboard (actually they are shelves) and
the cupboard has books. One part of the cupboard (shelf) is broken.
There’s a calendar hanging on the wall. The calendar needs to be pointed
out (with a big, red bobbing arrow) because the calendar could prove to
be a big clue in this sex scandal (meanwhile, the calendar is hidden by
the ABP news logo). There’s an ordinary mattress with a sheet on it.
Delhi’s cabinet minister Sandeep Kumar is about to enter the room with a
minister. Minister Sandeep Kumar is wearing a red-coloured half-pant (a
shirtless man enters the frame). And the woman is wearing a green
dress. The woman is old and perhaps married. Look at this, minister
Sandeep Kumar has entered. (Freeze frame, close up shot of Sandeep
Kumar’s shirtless torso.)”
Transcript (Courtesy: Shivam Vij)
In a recent
attack on an army camp in Uri, Kashmir, India by 4 terrorists, 18 army
soldiers have lost their lives. Many are injured. In January this year,
we had lost 7 army personnels and 1 civilian in another terror attack
which is better known today as Pathankot Attack.
Before that there were other attacks and other deaths. How easy to sum
things up right? State there is attack, numbers of people died, give
attack a name, you’re done. And yes, add RIP or ‘my thoughts go out to’
or better ‘bomb Pakistan’, etc. If you are from government, then you’re
in for luck. You express yourself in certain templates, if you are Prime
Minister you tweet this.
We strongly condemn the cowardly terror attack in Uri. I assure the nation that those behind this despicable attack will not go unpunished.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) September 18, 2016
strongly condemn because last time we only ‘condemned’. Plain simple
condemn without stressing it ‘strong’. Make no mistake oh neighbor
Some say he exist,
some say don't, rest doubt! To those who believe in his presence, let me ask
why & where; and people who say no might just be jealous of those who have
experienced the elixir of divine spirit and the most ravishing are those who doubt
in his existence. People just are not able to completely neither believe in his
presence nor do are they able to muster up enough courage to discard an entity-so-old
called God! Then, what is to be believed and what is it that should be dumped
in trash, forever? In fact, this whole
debate or confusion lies solely on the fact that no one of us has, till now or
ever, seen that divine supreme power. We
believe in him because that’s what we are told and preached from the very old
childhood days! On the other hand we tend to question about his existence as
the logical yet resilient mind which matures with time resist in believing or
thinking what we haven't experienced or saw. Even then there are a good bunch
of people who does…