Another Girl Responds To The Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 Rant & Totally Nails It


Remember Kartik Aaryan aka Anshul aka Gogo’s long and tiring speech in Pyar Ka Punchnama 2?Well, this girl gives the most fitting counter reply to it.

And she absolutely nails it!

Picking on every thing that guys hate and love about girls, and how they always want their ‘baby’ to not wear deep cut dresses or tops, this video will reaffirm your faith in your single hood (if you are single, that is).

We don’t know what exactly it is that her boyfriend said or did to piss her off so bad, but you have to watch this to understand how worked up she is.

 

 

 

10 Things A Girl Think When A Guy Proposes Her!!!


We all wish to experience that “Miss India wala” moment in our life. Astonished, happy, hyper active all at once. So, when a guy propose you all those gushes and blushes emerges along with some serious series of question. Just Like

1. And In Which Number Do I Stand?

Believe it or not, this is the first thought that strikes…

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2. Is He Really Serious? Like Marriage Material Or Just Time Pass

Does he even want to get married or be my canteen partner?

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3. Yeppppiiieee! Finally He Proposed!!

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4. Will My Family Accept Him?

To be more precise, extended family.. Chacha, Kaka, sister, brother, niece, nephew, mom, dad, phewwww.. The whole country…

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5. Will He Accompany Me In My Shopping Trips?

Agree gals, you do want your man beside you when you purchase that extraordinary dress, so that he compliments you!

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6. I Need To Change His Dressing Style, His Friends Group, His This, And His That…

Yeah, you want your men to be perfect. But believe – “Imperfection is beautiful”

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7. YESSSSSSSSS , I Love You Tooooo..  No, No I Won’t Say Yes Now… Do I Sound Desperate?

Yeah, I want to say it aloud those 3 magical words. But for the time being… Manage with “Give me some time”. Keep the chase on

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8. So What Will I Wear In My Wedding? Our Children Will Study In Convent School Only? Yearly Vacation Is Compulsory?

Hey! Hey! Hold your horses dear… It’s just a proposal. The wedding cards haven’t being printed

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9. Will My Best Friend Accept Him?

The kind approval of your best friend is equally important as the diplomatic relation between India & Pakistan.

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10. Will He Allow Me To Pursue My Wildest Dreams/Career?

No matter where this relation goes, but gal you have a long way to go. Don’t do something that you regret later.

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Yes, We cannot stay with them, but at the same time we cannot live without them. Tell us what was your reaction when you man proposed you? What thoughts crossed your mind ?

»7 Signs the Man You Love Is Toxic


7 Signs the Man You Love Is Toxic

Promise.

We’ve all met a toxic man. In fact, you’ve probably met a whole lot of them. And spent time with them. And dated them. And got all mired in relationships with them. And the real kicker? You probably didn’t even realized that dude you were dating was a manipulative, lying, super-clingy control freak.

“So many women are worried about hurting a man’s feelings,” says Dr. Lillian Glass, author of the book, Toxic Men: 10 Ways to Identify, Deal with, and Heal from the Men Who Make Your Life Miserable. “They forget to worry about themselves and their own emotional needs. A lot of woman are being abused and they don’t even know it.”

I don’t want you to be a woman ensnared by a toxic man (or woman—this book is for, people), just because you didn’t realize he was toxic. If in doubt, here are seven signs you might be dealing with a toxic man. If the guy you’re with sounds like the guy below, then heed the warnings—and get rid of him.

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1. He sounds too good to be true.
Yeah, he is most likely a toxic man. We’ve all been hurt before, but a lot of women will start to retreat to a vulnerable place in their love lives when it happens, making them especially susceptible to toxic men. These guys seem to sweep you off your feet for a whirlwindromance. Be careful, though. Does he say he’s ultra-protective because he loves you so much? Does he bring you gifts to smooth over his unsettling behavior? Does he seem to say whatever you want to hear, all the time? This dude could very well be one of Dr. Glass’s eleven types of toxic men, ranging from the Jealous Competitor, to the Seductive Manipulating Cheating Liar, to the Socio-Psychopath. Watch. Out.

2. He tells you he is a jerk, a bad boy, or buried in debt.
If a man tells you he is a certain way, just believe him. Don’t try to convince him, or yourself, that he is in fact different from what he’s telling you. He’s not trying to be complicated, or waiting to reveal more glowing facts about himself at a later date. All you need to know is in the words he’s sharing.

3. You’re already a toxic-man magnet.
If you think you can change a bad boy, find that you often feel sorry for the men you date, believe love conquers all, or have made up your mind that Mr. Right will look just like Prince Charming, you’re a toxic-man magnet. Make sure your thoughts about relationships are realistic, because toxic dudes will prey on those who may have an idealistic approach to love.

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4. You notice something, or he says something, that puts you off.
Let’s say the man you’re with makes an unguarded remark that seems… just plain wrong. Your red-flag sirens should be blaring wildly, so you need to dig deeper. Forget asking surface questions that will not get to the bottom of the situation. Ask questions to prod him toward more revealing answers. The book suggests things like, “Excuse me, I didn’t quite catch what you said,” or, “What exactly do you mean by that?” If his answer is something that seems bizarre, say so. Just don’t say that you’re the one who thinks it, to take the judgment factor out of it: “I know someone who would really question that,” or, “What do you say if someone tells you they find that hard to believe?” These conversations should give you tons of insight into your presumably (very) toxic man.

5. He exhibits strange speech patterns.
Backhanded compliments. Insulting you, and then saying, “Just kidding!” Talking like he’s in a high-speed chase. Repeating part of your sentence before he answers a question, as if he needs time to manufacture an excuse. A monotone voice. All these speech patterns are indicative of a toxic man. If you hear any of them, beware.

6. You’re beautiful, smart, talented, young, a mother, a teacher.
No one is immune to a toxic man. No woman is too brilliant, too beautiful, too kind or too amazing to avoid these guys if she doesn’t know the warning signs. Are you a talented pianist? A toxic man will never appreciate you. A genius doctor? A toxic man will not respect you. A kindergarten teacher? Be careful you don’t take a toxic man under your wing, because you love to shape lives. Lesson: Don’t think it can’t happen to you. It can.

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7. Your appearance has changed.
When you’re dealing with a toxic man, you’re storing negative emotions up inside you—but they don’t stay inside forever. Think about someone who upsets you for a minute, and then look in the mirror. What do you see? Pursed lips? A rigid stance? A furrowed brow? You’ll begin to appear this way if your relationship is turning into a nightmare. If friends start saying, “Are you okay? You seem upset,” on a regular basis, you may want to check your man situation.

» Which of the 7 Types of Love Relationships Fits Yours?


identify and improve your intimate relationships with this simple 7-item test

Psychology continues to struggle with the question of how to define love, and after decades of research, is no closer to the ultimate answer. However, the triangular theory of love proposed by University of Wyoming Robert Sternberg provides a fascinating and useful framework. The triangle here is not a true “love triangle,” but instead is the shape used to represent love’s three main dimensions.

It’s easiest to understand the theory by looking at this figure.  Each point of the triangle represents the extreme of one of the dimensions of love. At the top of the triangle is the extreme of intimacy, which is the extent to which your relationship is characterized by feelings of closeness, connectedness, and strong emotional bonds.

The commitment pole reflects your decision to stay in the relationship. People who are strongly committed to their relationship make a vow to stay in that relationship through thick and thin, and therefore are willing to work hard to keep it going even if the thin outweighs the thick.

Finally, passion reflects the intensity of your sexual desire toward your partner.  This desire may take the form of romantic attachment as well as strong sexual attraction and a desire to be with your partner.

Sternberg’s model predicts that as your relationship ripens, passionate love mellows into companionate love.  If you’re lucky, the flames of passion remain alive, though, and you experience consummate love.

Strong sexual attraction helps spice things up, but more important for relationships to last are commitment and intimacy. The feelings of sharing, having mutual goals, and enjoying your time together in a quieter and more reflective way are what build lasting emotional bonds.

Returning to the triangular model, Sternberg’s theory describes a total of 7 types of relationships:

Consummate (the highest form): High on all three dimensions (represented by a point in the middle of the triangle)

Infatuated High on passion only

Fatuous High on passion and commitment

Empty High on commitment only

Companionate High on intimacy and commitment

Romantic High on intimacy and passion

Liking/friendship High on intimacy only

Now that you have this framework in mind, you’re probably wondering how your closest relationship measures up along these dimensions.  Read these brief descriptions, and for each one, see which comes closest to your closest relationship. Don’t peek at the ratings until you’re done:

1.  You have been together for several years, still feel very close and connected emotionally, but do not always feel the same passion toward one another as you once did.

2.  You have a strong sexual drive and a need for physical and romantic contact with each other, but do not feel very close to each other. You have not planned for your future together, and in fact have not even thought about any form of long-term commitment.

3.  You have been married or cohabiting for a long time and still verbally proclaim your love for each other, but admit to having lost much of the emotional connectedness, as well as the sexual desire that you once had.

4. After more than 6 years together, you are as “in love” as ever. You remain close and connected, very sexually and romantically in sync, and are completely committed to each other and to your relationship.

5. You have been together for only a couple of months, and although you feel you have become close and are connected emotionally, you have yet to become passionately involved or think about your future commitment.

6. You are in love and have a strong sexual desire for one another, are very close and connected emotionally, but have yet to discuss any future plans that would include a decision to commit only to each other.

7. You have been together for a while and are planning on staying together. You continue to maintain a healthy and satisfying sex life, but say you do not feel very closely connected where emotion is concerned.

Interpretation

1. Companionate Love

2.  Infatuation

3.  Empty Love

4. Consummate Love

5.  Liking

6.  Romantic Love

7.  Fatuous Love

How did your relationship rate? It’s possible that you don’t fit completely into one category, as these are the extremes.  You can use that triangle to plot your relationship’s exact point.  Higher on intimacy and passion but not quite ready to make a commitment means that you’re starting to move from romantic love and into the consummate region.

This example shows that just as it can be useful to find out where your relationship fits in the triangle, it’s also helpful to remember that relationships are rarely static over time.  You don’t have to give up on a relationship that’s fatuous or empty because the relationship lacks either intimacy, passion, or both.  At least one study, though conducted on undergraduates (Madey & Rodgers, 2009), suggests that intimacy and commitment contribute to relationship satisfaction. Research on long-term relationships suggests, further, that passion in the form of wanting to be near your partner continues to predict a couple’s satisfaction.  You can dial up or down the dimension that’s in need of adjustment by working on that function of your relationship.

If you want to take this even further, ask your relationship partner to take this quick quiz. Perhaps you’ll be surprised to find out that what you think is an empty love is one that your partner finds has more passion and intimacy than you realize. Or you may find out that the relationship you think is consummate is one that your partner finds lacking in one of the three crucial dimensions.

Your partner’s happiness, as well as your own, can benefit from a candid discussion of where you feel you need to make those adjustments. Relationship education, though intended for premarital counseling, can also help long-term couples gain skills and knowledge to prop up their ways of handling communication and conflict resolution.

Psychologists may still not have the ultimate definition of love, but the framework provided by triangle theory can give you a practical tool to maximize the fulfilling you receive out of your closest ties.

Follow me on Twitter @swhitbo for daily updates on psychology,health, and aging. Feel free to join my Facebook group, “Fulfillment at Any Age,” to discuss today’s blog, or to ask further questions about this posting.

Copyright Susan Krauss Whitbourne, Ph.D. 2013 

References:

Madey, S. F., & Rodgers, L. (2009). The effect of attachment and Sternberg’s Triangular Theory of Love on relationship satisfaction. Individual Differences Research, 7(2), 76-84.

Sternberg, R. J., & Weis, K. (2006 . The new psychology of love. New Haven, CT US: Yale University Press.

» 8 Back to The Future Predictions About 2015 That Really Came True!


Earlier today it occurred to me to randomly Google “what people looked like 100 years ago” (don’t ask) and one of the search result that came up was this post by wired.com on “How People 100 Years Ago Thought We’d Be Living Today“. Which, as you can image, is heaps more interesting! 100 years ago they genuinely believed there would be flying taxis, visual long-distance communication and people taking vacays on the moon; and all (funnily enough) in full Victorian garb according to these sketches 🙂

photo courtesy: wired.com

BUT what is perhaps even more interesting is to see how Hollywood predicted we’d be living in 2015 and how right (or wrong they were.) In part two of the 1985 saga, Michael J. Fox‘s characterMarty McFly was sent 30 years into the future and this what he thought he’d find there; flat screen TVs, some sort of “Skype” and 3D holograms… sound familiar? 🙂 So I thought you might like to see the whole list. Since as you know, we are now technically living in the future!

Warning: this list is going to make you want to re-watch the whole Back to the Future series, pronto. Enjoy!

1. 3D Everything!

Remember that Jaws scene? Wikipedia defines “3D” as “three-dimensional space, the physical universe” sounds very Interstellar doesn’t it? 🙂 Btw, did you notice the marquee says Jaws 19?! Thank god that part didn’t come true.

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2. Wireless Gaming.

XBox Kinect, Nintendo Wii – we’ve got it all! (Remember my Wii obsession?) Psst, did you notice baby Elijah Wood in this scene? Utter cuteness! *Awww*

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3. Video Chatting.

In fact we’ve had this technology since back in 2003.

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4. Flatscreen & Multichannel Viewing

Can’t imagine life without them can you? Can you believe wall-mounted, large screen plasma and LED screens are only 10 years old?!

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5. Video Glasses.

Google glass. Need I say more?

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6. iPredictions.

Just how DID Robert Zemeckis know we’d have iPads by now?!

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7. Biometrics!

A drunk mummy McFly gets a police escort home that lets her in with the help of her thumbprint and Biff pays for his cab by thumb too!

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8. Smart Clothing

I’ll be the first to admit I had one of those hyper color tie-dye tees and still find T-Qualizer LED tees super cool. Now all I’m waiting on are those self-lacing sneakers Marty had!

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Obviously flying cars and actually travelling back and forth through the past and future is still on the list but I’m sure we’ll get there, don’t you? What was your favourite BTF scene/prediction for the year 2015? Leave me a comment below!

»Fashion Designer Mixes Things Up By Only Using Plus Sized Models


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Fashion label Rum + Coke is doing something nobody has ever done before. They’re using plus-sized models to advertise and display their clothing, even though the items are available in straight sizes, too. This is of note because usually when a clothing company makes something in a straight size (size 0-10) and a plus-size (12+), it’s almost always advertised on a slim body. Hell, even when the clothing is plus-sized, it’susually advertised on a not “plus-sized” body.

So, yeah. These pictures of women who would actually wear these clothes rocking the hell out of them? They rule.

“No one questions why there are only small women in other brands’ shoots,” designer Courtney Smith told Refinery 29.  “I put women of color and ‘larger’ women in my photo shoots for many reasons. One, because I believe in the multiplicity of beauty, and two, there are so many women who seldom see women who look like them in advertisements.”

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