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  • I hate this tradition.... The whole idea is tragically funny .... A family who has sort out some filters to match your family is chose , they come to visit your place Because , You are the Girl , & only the Guy s family has the privilege to First check out the Product ...

    No , the process was not tedious or harsh , it actually was pretty normal , as there was no guy coming over , only his parents to first see the trailer , so that they can revert back to their son , if the movie is worth it or not..

    And that I don't know by how , I merely said 4 words , not because I was shy or I am introvert , there was nothing more to say to them , my parents were quite effectively carrying on the conversations of politics and what not. And I was sitting there , thinking what was going to happen in the book I was currently reading.

    See... thats how amusing this whole scenario is , now tell me ... how can they tell their kid , that the girl is good enough for him to come and visit by flying 3000 miles , I mean I could have a boyfriend and they would never know , or worse I could be a sociopath ... and none would be wiser...

    ANd the most funny thing about this scenario is , I don't feel a damn thing , I am neither irritated , or annoyed or even amused , I am just , sitting here writing this story , so that years back when i look back , i can laugh.... maybe than i would be feeling something...

    Til than.. AAsta Lavista ....
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