Are you dating, cohabiting or married to a cynical woman? You are not 100% confirmed about it, yet, sudden whiffs of doubt give you heebie-jeebies. Here, you are at the right place. Kindly go through the following points and find out the truth yourself She has a resting bitch face( even with you) … Continue reading 10 Ways to Know Your Girl is a “Cynic”
Do you know something exciting happening in Twitter right now? Women are describing themselves as the feminine gender is depicted by male authors. It sparked off by YA author Gwen Katz and snowballed into something bigger, brilliant and funniest ‘thing’ I’ve read in months. It triggered me to discuss words/idioms that popularly describe (read: … Continue reading 5 ‘women-centric’ terms I’m obsessing over, right now
Genre: LGBT, Fiction, Romance Author: André Aciman Rating: 3/5 Goodreads Summary: “Call Me by Your Name is the story of a sudden and powerful romance that blossoms between an adolescent boy and a summer guest at his parents' cliffside mansion on the Italian Riviera. During the restless summer weeks, unrelenting but buried currents of obsession, … Continue reading Book Review: Call Me by Your Name
This is a list of 3 romantic classics that are opposite to the core of Valentine's Day.
When every other book reco on internet talks about productivity, I take pride on my taste on reading fluff stuff once-in-a-while. Here, 3 recommendations for some cheesy entertainment- Book: The Lost Girls Author: Heather Young Genre: Thriller, Mystery, Historical fiction Rating: 2.5 / 5 Plot summary in one sentence: The lives of four generations … Continue reading Crime, sex, and romance? Here, 3 one-time reads
This is a pure ranting post (and bit too personal for my liking). But as the song goes off- a woman gotta do what a woman gotta do. Recently, I came across a Quora post by a Korean tycoon who advised everybody to network, network and network- in order to grow business, to move corporate … Continue reading My “networking” battle: Lesson learnt, finger burnt
This is a neat categorization of Indian men who happen to pee in public.