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Wednesday, 11 December 2013

The Ladies Corner

Appearances have stories to tell,
A face is where hidden messages dwell
Eyes talks about emotions
A smile confides the notion
Eyebrows define one's mentality
Stubbles decode your personality
Coded messages here and there 
Slip through the masks we wear


Scene 1

Ani: Hey Priti, do you know why Japanese women look stunningly beautiful like dolls?
Priti: I don’t
Ani: See! It seems that Japanese woman shave their faces with razors to look beautiful and it’s a custom they follow from their preteen years.
Priti: Are you telling the truth?
Ani: Of course yes! So from today I am going to follow this routine for a porcelain doll complexion.
Priti: Ha ha, then tell me that very soon I will be seeing a model next door.

Scene 2

Priti: Ani are you at home?
Ani: Yes Priti, come into my room.
Priti: What are you looking at? Photos?
Ani: Yes, they are my college photos and see here, that’s my husband
Priti: But doesn't he look too old in that photo ?
Ani: True! In this photo, he is sporting a stubble to make himself look mature and aggressive.
Priti: Then how come he changed now?
Ani: After meeting me. When he proposed me I said I can’t marry him since he looked old. Next day, he returned back with a two year younger look and proposed to me again.
Priti: And so you accepted and got married isn't it?
Ani: No, I told him he was too young to get married then.
Priti: Ah! Did you? Then what happened?
Ani: He waited for two more years sporting a clean look to attract me and very soon his clean shaven look bowled me over and I fell for him.
Priti: Tada... and you got married, The End!

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I would like to tag Sulaiman Sait, Bharathi, Saravana and Maniparna
Accepting tag from Ekta.

PASS 1 || PASS 2 || PASS 3 ||PASS 4 (current)

This post is a part of the Protest Against Smelly Stubble Activity in association with BlogAdda.

11 comments:

  1. Sweet post :) but I am sorry I can't accept the tag as I don't support this stupid movement :/
    BTW: Congos again for your explorer win :D

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  2. hahaaha just could stop smiling... Simply loved the concept and the conversations.
    I have tagged you in my PASS initiative. Please do acknowledge my tag and tag me back if you wish
    http://icynosure.blogspot.com/2013/12/5-reasons-men-should-shave.html

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    1. Glad you liked it Heena :)
      Thanks for the tag and will try acknowledging the same soon

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  3. Love stories.. Aww I am enjoying them Uma!

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  4. @Uma Maheswari (mam) wonderful post mam
    and thanks for tagging me in your post

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  5. you have portrayed the topic with interesting conversations that take place between the ladies. Also, the image adds more meaning to it.

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  6. Nice conversation ! Acknowledged your tag here : Cricket World Cup Lost due to Stubble ! and hope you will acknowledge mine too.

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  7. Umamaheswari madam

    Good humor behind this conversation also convey a deep meaning. Your poems and conversations you shared convey very thoughtful touching the hearts. A great effort.

    Please look into my Lamps of India message which i shared in my Heritage of India blog.

    http://indian-heritage-and-culture.blogspot.in/2013/09/lamps-of-india.html

    This is my "The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana" message.

    http://indian-heritage-and-culture.blogspot.in/2013/12/the-ramakien-thailand-ramayana.html

    Please look into my Lamps of India and Ramakien messages and share your inspirational comments.

    I like your blog and just now joined as a member to your blog and i hope you join as a member to my blog.

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  8. Sorry for a late reply.. I've to write two more posts and only then I can acknowledge your tag if I can manage the third one... already have written two and no clue what to write for three more..:-(

    This post of yours is really a nice one :-D enjoyed it a lot, best of luck for the contest..

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