Author : Harshit Dangwal


(No apologize for being straight forward.)

1.”Dude, you know i only listen to Hollywood or Pop.”

Suck! “Dude i only listen to Pop or Hollywood.” are common words you can found almost every person saying. I don’t understand what is the connection of pop music to coolness. Meanwhile this sounds like Bulls**t.

2.”I didn’t proposed her/him, she/he proposed me.”

Holy sh*t, what if she or he proposed you first. It’s all about your relationship. What is the coolness factor about proposal. (Such peoples needs to grow up.). Literally, they think this will raise their so called repo within their friends circle.

3.”Buddy! Respect girls!!”

Seriously!! I mean are these wordings really true?? 99% No,Β only vocally not by heart. What is the need to showoff if you really don’t respect them by heart. Talking shi**y things about them at their behind. Atleast don’t wear the mask of duality.

Respect by soul not by gender.

4.Shopping from only international brands because they’re ‘cool’.

Seriously, if you buy something labelled ‘Imported Saree’, you should ideally get your head checked. Indians have developed an affair with almost each and every foreign brand. Little do they realise that these brands (like Zara, M&S and even Walmart), which they look up to as ‘high-class’ and fashionable are the poor man’s bread in other nations. Many times, a lot of quality goods are available from our local stores at less than half the price but we are least bothered. Just because it is imported does not mean it is better.

5.Following internet trends without knowing what they are for.

A lot of Indians participated in the ALS challenge. And more recently, the November ‘No Shave Month’ challenge. But we wonder if even half the participants had bothered researching the reasons these trends became so popular and why they were started. What is ALS? And why the ban only on shaving? Indians tend to jump on and participate in any online trend just because it is popular and will get them a few more likes on Facebook. The next time you’re thinking of participating in something like that, know and understand the cause behind it.

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