It was a fun day today, I was out with my girlfriend to watch Dabaang (which she hated and I liked: Why do girls think different?)
My friends have always criticized me for the soul reason that I hate PDA to the core. For me love has always being an eternal feeling and I am good with keeping it eternal only. I don’t like rather I hate when I see couples almost ‘falling’ onto each other as they walk. Some couples would be sitting in a restaurant, trying to be as close as possible as if the place is their bedroom or something. In most of the cases the boy would try to be as close as possible, his only motive would be to touch and ‘feel’ her partner everywhere possible and as many as time possible. And same happens in case of a girl. I remember when a girl was sitting on boy’s lap- at a food court.
I really don’t find this to be appropriate behavior; we all understand that somewhere-someone would be looking at them. That someone can be an old lady saying “shame on these guys” or even a school teacher saying “See what these guys are doing all in front of public. They tell their parents that they are going to school or college and look, what they do here.”
My idea of writing this is post is to point out why do we need to show our affection to the world? It is absolutely fine if a couple is holding hands and walk together. I would rather say that doing this is a sign of mature society. Whereas things I mentioned earlier are of society moving towards a situation where ‘no-shame-is-left.
About Aditya Bhasin
Aditya Bhasin hails from India,Delhi-an avid reader, who enjoys his cup of tea over it, a racist in purest form as he hates chocolate and coffee. He does not like traveling much, but, if he gets an opportunity to travel he chooses to do that by a train instead of a car or a plane. He is an introvert person who is trying to be an extrovert by all possible means.
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This post was last updated on June 21, 2012. There were no changes made to content, but, only grammar part and ‘About Aditya Bhasin’ section was updated.