Saturday, 21 June 2014

Things That One Should Never Do On Facebook

Saturday, June 21, 2014 By , , 12 comments


Everybody loves to hang out on Facebook now and then whenever they get time (well, there is always time for Facebook, isn’t it?) We do variety of things over there, like; the most common one is to judge other people through their status and comments. Also, we love to chat, comment and scroll the page down doing nothing but clicking on random images that give us a sense of bliss. In short, we keep ourselves entertained in some or the other way.

Yup! That's Right.
However, while having fun, we commit some really silly things that eventually hinder our public “image”. Things that we wish we wouldn’t have done, but sadly the die has been cast. Yeah, you get it, right?
Anyway, don’t be forlorn pondering over it, as I’m here to help you with the same. Following are the things that one should never do on Facebook. Take a look and make a note because your “public image” is important (to you):

     Cry about your life
Well, being sad at times in life is natural and happens with everyone. But, crying about it on a social platform is highly unacceptable to other people. Yes! That’s true.

Not Diary, You Get It?

Studies have shown that people dislike those persons who constantly put statuses about how dejected they feel and are gloomy about their life and stuffs. So, if you are sad, then call somebody up and have a long talk instead of putting it on Facebook, as the latter will never heal but burn.

     Show love
Alright, Romeo and Juliet, I understand there is a lot of love between the two of you and that is good. But, have some personal space to bring it out instead of spitting it out on Facebook and eventually make other people (singles) jealous of their life.

Not Here Guys!
Well, not just the singles dislike it, but other people also feel odd in that lovy-dovy ocean of compliments, kisses, hugs and an endless list of things. Minimize it, as this effects your social reputation which has been scientifically proven through a test.


Selfies
Ah! Selfies are the best way to show your washroom and your pouted face; wouldn’t disagree to it. But, what is the need to post a selfie in every 10mins?
People are already familiar with your washroom, its minor details and even your face. So, what is the need to put it over and over to harass others? Control it. This will save you from a lot of latent mockery. Not kidding.

He Is Right!


     Tagging people
Tagging is not bad if done at worthy places. But, are you nuts to tag other people in your profile picture? What do you get? 4 extra like from those 42 other people, huh? Grow up for the love of your prestige and stop committing such a sin of tagging people to senseless photos and stuffs.
    
Yes, I'll :P


     Stalking
You are smitten with a beautiful girl through her profile picture, and then you start to stalk her through any way you can. You start sending her countless messages, some pickup lines and what not? You try every tricks and tips from ‘Get your girl in 7 days’. And, eventually, what happens? She hardly replies and your whole mehnat goes in vain.

You Must Do That
Bura laga na? Harkate hi kyun patakte ho? Do not do such things on Facebook or anywhere else, as this only wastes your time and are highly unscrupulous.


Gaming request
We have a champ here who excels in various Facebook games. Alright, champ, here is the thing, send those non-gamers one more request of Farmville and they will burn your field and kill your cows. This applies for every game out there. So, do not send game requests to people who don’t play it, as that can be highly hazardous. Soochna janhit me jaari.

Yes! You Can


Poke-mon
I intentionally put that poke-mon instead of poke, because if you do that thing to people whom you don’t know, then they sure will put you in a pokeball and send you to team rocket who would sell you out. That was too much pun.

The Nation Wants To Know The Reason

The point is; do not poke people whom you don’t know. Or even the people who don’t like it, as that irritates them. Stop doing it for the sake of your stature. Thank you.


You may also like: WHY THIS KOLAVERI DI?
                            A DISTINCT LOVE STORY
                            5 REASONS WHY YOU ARE STILL SINGLE?

Saturday, 7 June 2014

Thank you...

Saturday, June 07, 2014 By , 8 comments


“We must find time to stop and thank the people who make a difference in our lives.”
― John F. Kennedy


I have finally completed (read: survived) 3 years of my college life and trust me, it wasn’t easy at all. And during this period of survival, I have got in touch with a lot of people, a lot. People who have been mates, colleagues, life savers and what not? Everybody had their own contribution in some or the other way. Few among those people are my seniors.

Too bad I couldn’t be there on the signature day, though I really wanted to be. I had a lot of things in my mind to scribble on your clothes which sadly couldn’t be possible. So, I’ve taken this time out to thank you for the part you have played in my life.

Here is a sweet short message for everyone who has made a difference in my life and with whom I feel connected in some or the other way:

Akshay Sharma sir: You have been truly delightful and a really cool guy.
P.S: Beard suits you. ;)

Abhijeet sir: You are a very passionate person who has plans for everything. You inspire a lot of people through your attitude and ever-disciplined nature. More than happy to be touch with you. Wish to stay in contact. J

Akrit Kashyap sir: It was great to be working with you in the college Editorial board. You always see the good in others and that is one of the best qualities you possess. I don’t you how you remain so calm all the time! Bdw, I wish you were present on the Farewell day.
P.S: Good that you are back on Facebook. :D

Aditi Chauhan ma’am: You are perky, frank and easy-going. Hope to stay in touch with you in the coming time as well. J

Aditya Verma sir: You are really sensible and considerate. Your wife will be really happy. Glad to have met you. J

Ankur Shrivastava sir: You are very talented and ebullient. Not to forget, notorious as well. Glad to have met you. J

Anusha Kashyap ma’am (aka Anushree Gupta): You are the 1st senior with whom I got in touch. Ever since that time you have been exceptionally amiable, considerate and a problem solver for me (and my batch). We will be in touch, I know, that goes without saying. J
P.S:  Apna name Facebook pe change karo please :P

Avni Yadav ma’am: You are an epitome of beauty and brain. Need I say more? ;)
Stay in touch!

Aarushi Upadhyay ma’am: You must be surprised to see your name on this list, isn’t it? Well, I never said that it was utterly for my current seniors, did I? And, that you did play a goody-goody ma’am part when you were here, so 1 vote of thank to banta hi he. J

Anurag Kashyap sir: Wish I could give you ‘The Problem Solver’ award. You always had some or the other solution to every problem that I used to bring to you. Also, I find you pragmatic. Mauka mila to milenge zaroor. J

Jaya ma’am: You are more like an elder sister to me than a ma’am. You are exceptionally sweet and full of potential to do anything. We share a lot of things together, like, the same locality, same college bus and I’m friends with your brother as well. We will be in touch J

Maryada Jain ma’am: Why are you so shy? Bhopalis are not shy! You have been always good to me. Stay in touch. J

Monica di: I know you since the school days. You have been an all-rounder all the time. You are very pretty and I’m sure, a lot of people must have complimented that. You have always helped me during tough times and I’m thankful to you for that. Hope to see you soon. J

Narendra Sir: Kya personality he sir aapki, seriously! We both are Thakur (yes, I’m as well), but personality wise I stand nowhere in front of you. Not just this, you are very supportive and a lovely person to interact with. Hope to stay in touch with you in the time to come. J

Namita ma’am: You are really amiable and one of my favorite seniors. Will stay in touch. J

Kshitij Sir: I simply go speechless when it comes to you. You are really frank and a masti-khoor at the same time. Hope to see you again. J

Roopal ma’am: Wish I could be as articulate as you. You are one among those people with whom I feel like ‘apna-pan’. Unlucky on my part that I couldn’t meet you before you left the city of lakes. But, my spidy senses tell me that we will meet very soon. J

Poorva Sharma ma’am: We 1st met during the farewell and ever since that time we have been in touch. I find you affable and intelligent. Delighted to have got in touch with you! J

Saransh Sir: Aapka koi ‘Saransh’ mila nhi mijhe. Isliye pura pura hi likh deta hun. You have been of a great help all the way through. Most of the Shivanis that I possess are yours. Thanks for your selfless contribution. Not just this, you are soft spoken as well. Kabhi khelte he cricket, aap, mein aur baaki ke 20 khiladi without Bagpiper soda :D

Paresh sir: You are my all-time favorite. Bas, thoda sa khafa hun, Bhopal aate ho aap and 1 bar bhi milte nhi ho. -_-
Yahi dosti, yahi pyaar? :PPP
P.S: Your treat is awaiting. :D

Pallavi di: You passed out last year and I couldn’t meet you. We have known each other since 5th grade and that binds us even more. I still remember that strange encounter near the college gate after which we reunited after aeons of years. Stay the way you are. Will be meeting very soon. J

Shahrukh Khan: Mashallah, kya height he aapki sir. Also, you are really sweet and down-to-earth. Bandiyan marti he aap pe. ;) Mazak nhi kar raha! :P
Stay in touch! J

Shreya Agrawal ma’am: We share the same school and that sure is a thing that bonds us together. Hope to see you soon. J

Snigdha ma’am: It was highly appropriate to give you ‘Ms. Graceful’ award. You truly deserve it. Moreover, you have been very helpful and of a great inspiration. Will stay in touch.
P.S: You are very shy. :P

With that being put, it doesn’t mean other people didn’t have any contribution at all. I’ve memories, though little, with almost everyone which I will savor for the rest of my life.

In the end, I would just say, there is nothing good about goodbyes if there is no certainty of meeting again. So, I would be delighted if we luckily get stumble somewhere or put up a get together in the time to come. Also, if you ever require my help, I will be more than happy to do that and vice-versa (I hope). Best wishes for the new ventures that life has in store for you. J