Problems All Indian Girls Face

Being sassy to Indian Aunties since the beginning of time
Kyuki Aunty bhi kabhi sanskari thi _/\_

1. "Beta in kapdo main bahar jaaogi?"
This line explains our entire life's existence. The anonymous uncles and aunties who you have never met before are going to define your character as soon as you will step out of the house. Basically the length of your skirt = your family's sanskar level.

2. "Dhoop main mat jaao. Kaali ho jaogi".
Because your grandmother will disown you if your skin gets a litter darker. Time to go for sunbathing. Oops.

3. Those creepy messages on Facebook.
Hiii. Wanna hv saaax? Wanna hve fraaandship with me? My bank balance is Rs1030540. Marry me? If you are constantly being messaged by creepy boys asking you to have a relationship with them, gurll JUST BLOCK!

4. The only boy-friend you can ever have is your neighbour's three year old son. 
All your friends are girls. You are forbidden to talk to boys because talking to them gets you pregnant. And what will the aunties say?

5. The 'Men will be Men' campaign.
"Are you kidding me?". You are subjected to hide your true persona because men will not change themselves.

6."Beta, shaadi kab karogi?"
The moment you reach 25, the family's top priority is to get you married. Not only does your family force you to marry Rahul because he is sanskari but also your neighbour, security guard, milk man, maid... and the list is never ending.

7. "Jab hum chhote the..."
This is the line used by your parents to immediately make you feel guilty even if you're sure you weren't even wrong. As soon as your parents say this, just get ready to apologize no questions asked.

8. The talk.
If you're an Indian reading this, I think you already know where this is going. In India, we have no "The Talk". We just awkwardly start staring at our feet every time manforce advertisements come on screen.

9. A report of every action you're taking
... to your neighbours. Your neighbours will ask you questions even your mom doesn't care about! If you're living in India and you don't have an overly annoying, nosy, judgemental neighbour, then are you really even Indian?

10. Going out is next to impossible 
You don't even need to ask your parents for permission because the answer will always be "no". And no, this doesn't change till you're married.

But no matter what, no matter how strict and rigid the Indian life is, you absolutely love it!


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