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The Secret Life of an Indian Young Adult…

My college reputation sucks. I have no girlfriend. I have no high grades. I am a loser in front of my parents. My life sucks.
 
Every teenager is different. Everybody’s fine. Everybody’s just no so fine. The world is fast changing, relationships are fast diminishing. The secret life of an Indian young adult revolves around many things at large. The wind is blowing harder around the stratosphere. The agony is enveloping the entire universe. Everyone’s trying to bite the forbidden apple; everybody’s falling with a very big thud. Gosh! There’s so much boredom, there’s so much things yet undone. Pain! There’s so much pain inside a teenager’s mind, they are not spoilt, and they are just deviated from straight road. Give me weed, give me more sex, give me more money. Indian young adults are indulging more, flaunting money like hell, they are doing everything to push their status to the heavens, and they are turning into hardcore moron. They are unstoppable, uncontrollable, complex and beyond.

16 and pregnant – The wind from the west is touching Indian sky and nobody’s complaining. Virginity is a curse. Everybody’s is under a false pride. Problem drinking, usage of date rape medicines, prostitution and many more things are literally intruding the Indian sky. The Emo generation hardly knows where they are heading, they are definitely moving towards somewhere. Procrastination is becoming a lifestyle.

Nobody’s going to stop, nobody’s going to listen, nobody’s going look back as the world hate preachers as all the preachers of world are becoming corrupt. Far from the chaos there are bundle of youngsters trying hard to change the world, they are writing history with their acts, they are silently moving ahead.

American Pie Series, Vampire fixation and rock festivals do amuse young India. We love to watch cricket and good cinema. We love to eat popcorns sitting close by our partners and we don’t give a damn to the world. Daily life struggle, empty pockets and desire to drive a Merc one day makes the Indian teenagers crazy. They keep whining in their silent closets, they may have a sassy cell phone but they are so very tempted to that fine looking iPad. The desire for more is killing the life and soul of young adults. India is still a poor country. We are still far behind the western countries but our thoughts are high. Yeah! There’s nothing wrong but there’s something really inept going on nowadays.

The mindset of an urban Indian teenager is evolving undoubtedly but the secret life is equally becoming darker. The annoyance is increasing, the prices of every damn thing going high, the reality is giving all of us shivers. The world is bad - not us. The secret life of an Indian teenager is different now and I am not an exception…



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15 comments:

  1. Nice one. Dark post.But still there are exceptions too. Not every teenager is a hedonist.

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  2. hey i think there is no exception if talking about youth mentality....

    Ur post is actually a mirror to ourselves. Every1 knowz d reality but didnt try to face it...

    Grt work man..i appreciate it

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  3. Nice one, and very real. Sometimes, I can't help wondering whether we're growing up to be un-caring jerks.

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  4. Anonymous1:25 AM

    truly realistic...every youth today is facing a what you call 'hollow' life....vierra dsouza

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  5. My goodness. I was just thinking of it a few days back. It's so true. I had a struggled teenage life too. I desired for many many things my peers were into but couldn't execute them due to fear of my parents, the society and more.

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  6. My son is experiencing similar emotions...This is scary. I guess life is more tough and stressful for youngsters these days.

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  7. Damn good approach on these facts...this is all very much true n prevalent today...many visible reasons are there for this...you have connected these things so well..

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  8. How true! I am a teen too and I'm givin my +2 board examinations. I could sooo reflect myself in this post of yours...

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  9. good one.... you should watch some episodes of 'Skins'!! :)

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  10. brilliantly stated the facts. the life for youths is really becoming hollow these days.
    however does not hold true for everyone!!

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  11. The very thought makes me shudder!

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  12. hey! ur post manages to link to so many abstract thots...Aping the west is definitely getting a trouble for Indian teenagers plus the fact that we are drifting way from our culture and morals which binds our life in this transient phase of life...
    there are however, many aspects which I believe has been viewed from a jaundiced eye in ur post but nonetheless it does bring out a very scary but true picture.

    sarah

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  13. Good post....But well, most teenagers are lucky enough to not have any real problems, which makes them struggle through even the most mundane things!
    Plus, of all the things we are dying to copy from the West, the first we learned is that teenagers are very severely troubled!! It will be easier to solve most of these 'problems' if you just screw that attitude!!
    Grow up, get a life, get a job, get responsibilities and you won't give a damn about these things!!

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  14. I don't think all the teens are inside that dark circle , but yes half of them are...Bw , nice post !!

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  15. Is it as bad as that?

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