Rejection Phobia - A Typical Male Syndrome

Blind dates, long distance affairs, telephonic relations, pen friends, childhood crushes and a typical male behind them all! Everyone is unique, every man is different. Yet, the fear of rejection always lurks like an inevitable shadow around an urban man. So, let’s find out more about this typical male syndrome.

Ex Girlfriends, Ghosts and That Secret Potion of Desire

Sweet melodies of yesteryears often soothe his soul. Confused past, hazy memoirs and long drives in his father’s old gypsy illuminates his apartment. The shadows of his ex girlfriends keep haunting him. Those larger than life greeting cards, those soft toys, those bracelets, those watches, those letters are locked inside his closet. Time changes, feelings evolve, old friends reunites. The air never remains the same.

How to Tweet Like Jim Morrison

Microblogging! The new addition to the content hungry universe is making everyone bit crazy. Some people are investing hefty sum of money to gain followers, some folks tweeting extra sensible quotes, some individuals trying to be little humorous, the celebrities gaining millions of followers overnight and some people are still dazed. They retweet, copy paste some old quotations, sometimes news and views and most of the times they just keep gazing at the time line without having any words to write.

Bedroom Story - What Indian Women Want In Bed?

Indian women are flawless, intelligent and wild in bed. They know the art of taming a wild stallion, they knows the magic of weaving a satisfying tale. Everyone is unique and every girl has their priorities.

Winter Loneliness - Why Loneliness is Ecstatic?

The music of David Gilmour (On an Island) is creating a dreamlike ambience; the loner is busy writing his chronicle in his studio apartment, he is capturing the ecstasy of being lonely in an overcrowded city. He is mutely inhaling the drifting joy and the lingering silence, he is growing from within, he is catching the stars, and he is alive…

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Sunday, April 17, 2011

Procrastination – A Subconscious Addiction

Our daily life may look quite mundane, it may start with an irritating wake up alarm, you crave to sleep 10 more minutes, and you finally get courageous to step out of your bed.

Everything looks hazy in the morn, slowly your eyes open and you take that regular shower and step outside your silken apartment, and have your regular tea at your regular tea shop, reach office regularly late, sit in front of the machine, check your mails and start working then you would love to have tea, then work again, tea, work, tea, work, lunch, tea, work, and finally you steal time to see those crazy updates from your friends and relatives residing across the globe and work again. The whole process if recorded by a cam would generate same sort of movements. It will be an uninteresting time lapse video however you may or may not produce something worthwhile during your daytime.

You walk out of your office and see the evening rush in the form of traffic dying to reach their respective homes as fast as possible. They run after public transports, shouts, yells and finally they reach home after such a wonderful chaos. After spending so many hours at work, they again crave to switch on their laptops and check mail, some people watch T.V, some listen to music and some people go for a walk with their favourite people. The evening ends and you sleep…

We all keep procrastinating, keep delaying trips, meetings and finally end up actually doing nothing. The major problem with the younger generation is laziness. How to overcome this problem is the question but is it possible to defeat this subconscious drive that makes your life extremely mundane. Self reform isn’t that easy but we all try to do a bit to make our life little smoother by changing our daily life minutely as possible. Everyone’s doing that but how effective are the changes is the question. Addiction is a subconscious thing and procrastination is definitely the worst thing. In order to make your life little better, you should keep making little changes daily which will surprisingly make a different time lapse video and consequently make you a better individual may be…

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Saturday, April 16, 2011

What's Behind a Stare - All about Good, Bad and Ugly Stare

Staring or not staring...that is the question! India is a conservative country, we are little orthodox, little laidback, little impish. People here love to stare at good looking girls wearing scanty as well as not-so scanty clothes. Gawking is the legacy of an Indian man therefore women here feel little uncomfortable even in a short skirt, forget wearing a Bikini.

We have seen very little, we want to decipher more; we have experienced less, so we talk more. Sometimes every one acts like a pervert, this is not due to lack of education or over education; this is due to the hidden stories which men in India craves to read.

Why people give such an ugly stare, why they pester a girl wearing modern outfits, sometimes the question torture every girl. Indian girls have so less dressing option. Nobody’s saint in this satanic world but there’s hardly any need to pester every girl walking in a sub-urban street.

It’s a human tendency to see a good looking girl/ boy walking but it may not be necessarily a bad stare. If you are a girl and reading this, you may know the difference between a good and bad gaze. What lies behind a stare? Is it fair to torture every female with your lusty gape, is it good to walk without acknowledging the beauty or it’s simply a different genre that a man can’t think.

Why boys stare? There are many reasons that tempt a boy to gaze heavily. Some women have eternally good shape, they hardly do anything to flaunt their beauty, they automatically grab your eyeballs, and your one eye naturally moves towards them but is it sane to stare? Every female is unique, they are beautiful but some girls do try to be extra conscious when somebody tries to gaze at them. They hate to see a man staring at them, they may give an obnoxious look, and they may not like it.

The confusion of staring or not staring would stay forever but Indian men would never stop gazing. It’s something that every one does and I am not an exception especially in a place like Delhi where there’s no dearth of good looking girls. If you are profound and hate to indulge in earthy things, then you are certainly an exception. The controversy would stay forever, girls may not always like your inquisitive gaze, and they may not always forgive you. It’s a crazy world, it’s fairly hypocritical, moderately rational but it’s definitely not a world of perverts, sometimes fine people also ogle. How to change the very mindset of Indian men? They would never change for sure. These are only my opinion, what do you think? Staring or not staring...that is the question!

If you look interested she won’t be interested
If you ignore her …She’ll run after you.

The idea was suggested by a girl I was staring at…

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