Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by blindpup10, Sep 16, 2016.
Well if your guest has diabetes better stop with one ha ha
Very good discussion topic.
So true . Ok for nighty but no night dress in front of inlaws I hate wearing nighties! So in front of inlaws wear only salwar and kurta and after all work wear night dress finally
Allow daughters to wear modern outfits but DIL should wear only traditional dresses like saree or salwar and become one sanskaari bahu
Why should inlaws control what DIL should wear ? After all it’s her choice !!
I put on a smile and say as sweetly as my nature permits "Please could you take off your shoes here?" I have even placed a stool there for them to sit when taking off and putting on their shoes.
Did blindpup stop posting on IL? I always enjoyed reading what she wrote.
I cannot resist ..Mine goes like this....
(I think) I like, cooking. If I cook when my relatives mostly of my age are here, just to get a feel of apnapan (you know what I mean)... in which constitution it is written that I AM ALSO EXPECTING YOU TO COOK WHEN I COME YOUR HOME .. And my jaw dropped when I was told by the so-called-relatives-of-my-age in my kitchen that I am over doing and other people expect her also to do the same.
I thought it is as simple as .. I do whatever I want to do(at my place) and you do whatever you want to do(at your place) but a big NOOOO...
I am not sure if anyone DARED to tell them with this attitude..
Did anyone faced this ?
Try to say namaste to ur peers in bachelors or later
Peers mei no namaste
No offence meant, a few things defining the typical Indian spirit in us !
1.Making dam of rice to hold the pool of sambhar
2.Checking veg and non-veg dots in every product
3.Reusing old or torn clothes as ‘pochha’ or wipe cloth
4.Sticky stickers on new utensils
5.Asking for extra puri after finishing your quota of pani puri
6.Playing gully cricket and using almost anything as a stump
7.Using toothpaste by squeezing it till the last atom is in there and few adventurous Indians even cut it in half and scrape out the last drop !
8.Doing nagin dance in weddings
9.Asking for free dhaniya, mirch is sort of Indian right
10.Cows and dogs on street roaming without worries
11.Using soap remains by sticking it to new soap
12.Breaking a coconut with a car’s wheel when driving a car for the first time or for marriage