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Thursday, March 25, 2010

Licensed to love

One side of the hill:
“Before going, do the kuchi puchi. Say ‘I LOVE YOU’.” Asked a lady wearing churha (bangles wore just after the marriage) to her hubby. Her husband was not going on a war for the sake of country rather he was going for an aerial adventure with extra security measures on steel cables between Aravali hills which is better known as zipping. What a difficult task he has to perform!

After reaching the other side:
“I was so scared till you reached here safely.” Saying this, hubby lovingly kissed his wife.

They did all; hugs, kisses and love bites except ……

Are newly weds are licensed to do all this on public places? Or do you think I live in eighteenth century? :-D

39 comments:

  1. Why not, Chandrika??? I don't see anything wrong with hugging in public. The rest of it, Iam not so sure.

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  2. he he! Sounds like passion playing out in the open! Why should we blame two people in love who are comfortable in expressing their love in public?

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  3. We, Indians, are so shy...a Christain wedding ends with 'now you can kiss the bride'...public places are unsafe after such a display in India...at least in the North!!!

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  4. Why just newly weds...everyone should have the right of PDAs...provided one takes care that he's/she's not offending and embarrassing people around..its just a gesture of love..nothing wrong with it!

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  5. I concur with you ,behaving like this publicly is not good at all ..

    Tradition is the root of our culture ,i hope we dont get influenced by the west :)

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  6. well..there are newly weds..we cant really blame them to display public affection :P


    P.S.
    ne~ if you have time why dont you check out my latest post..? :D

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  7. Come on, yaar. They live in their own world now - they are oblivious to the real world now. Just a phase of life !!!! LOL !!!

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  8. as long as the PDA is in control and not making the situation awkward for other's is fine...but I personally don't like displaying my affection for my husband publicly and thankfully he is of the same view..holding of hands is still fine with us !I mean rest is our personal thing..hilarious scene it was for other taxi wallas and feri wallas ;) So this kind of PDA is of no use which is making you the butt of the joke !

    This reminds me one of the couples at Naintal were being so naughty like little kids..the husband actually picked the wife up in his arms and the photographer was taking the picture ! For God's sake what and who are you showing that that's your wife and you have strength to pick her up !

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  9. .hilarious scene it was for other taxi wallas and feri wallas ;) So this kind of PDA is of no use which is making you the butt of the joke ! this line was to be typed in the last...skip the typo :)

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  10. yeah, i guess thats what the gets married fior... you know license... and there is also a heavy price paid for it... you know the marriage party, and the bill, that is the whole life ahead, just become beautiful to see every day :)



    nice one....

    take care and keep writing........

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  11. Why not dont you think its nice when you see people confession there love (in the form of kisses as well) :))

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  12. A slight show is fine but the kind you have described here is awkward ,specially when we have senior citizens and kids along.
    Have a nice weekend Chandrika.

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  13. yes they are ahem, lisenced to do so, :P

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  14. you live in 18th century ha haha Love is in the Air.. wowo.. and what were you doing snooping at them .. let them have fun stop making them uncomfortable :) he he hee

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  15. If it is not out of control, it is perfectly fine.

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  16. I am all for PDA all along its PG rated:-)

    sonali
    http://bollywoodstylediaries.blogspot.com

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  17. Are newly weds are licensed to do all this on public places?

    Interesting.

    i cannot decide between yes or no.

    Lols

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  18. hehe interesting one..
    well, everything is fair in love and war*

    * conditions apply

    (The Love should be in private and the war in the battlefield) "Kucch mazaa dikhane mein hai, kucch chhupane mein"

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  19. when u feel like kissing or hugging.. u must!!! thats my policy.. i dont care for the world in that way but in my case, i would stay to some limits.. its all personal preference i would say :)

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  20. I really don't mind PDA as long as the third person is not feeling unconfortable... its a personal choice...

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  21. Di.. this topic is a beehive... and you've hit the middle...
    as for my views.. it depends on the perspective... i believe there's no problem in showing affection in public but there has to be some grace...
    and so from a neutral perspective when i read the account... i guess... u r living in 18th century...

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  22. it sounds lovely and all that...but in public makes me uncomfortable...seriously..."people watching" etc etc

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  23. I think its absolutely fine as long as they don't cross the limit :-)

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  24. that's legal in india.. law was changed to support PDA (public display of Affection) for couples.

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  25. anyways, legal or not.. i think its fine..as long as those are comfortable and others should just mind their business.

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  26. LOL.

    public display of affection. ahem, well India minds it.

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  27. You live in the 22nd century where all this happens virtually :D

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  28. Love is not constrained by boundaries.. But love not lust.

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  29. hahahah! it can get embarrassing. my cuz's wife does this. 2 years into the marriage, the pda can get quite awkward, esply when there are elders around :)

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  30. first of all an interesting read.... well as far as the question is concerned, yes its ok if the couple is ok vth it... PDA is matter of freedom of expression... and why should Moral police n stuff should take control of our freedom when they do the same when no one around.... anyways... nice post... keep bloggin...

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  31. Coming to this one.. I'd say an opinion in favor it is as prejudiced as the one against it! To each his own I'd say. No need to bring culture or tradition or value-system in between.

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  32. ...well... that's how love goes...!!!:)

    Good day!!!:)

    Blessings!!!:)

    >kelvin

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  33. @ everyone : Thanks, everyone for sharing ur views. :)

    Have a great day! :)

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  34. I am in favoure...ayes..

    Have some mercy on deprived people who has the privilege for only the visuals

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  35. Ahem! Let me speak by experience. Couples are licensed to do everything! ;-) But, it is our call for decency that stops us from crossing this line. I have a story based upon all this in my head. The characters are only coming to life. I need to keep ignoring them more so they can come back with more stuff to tell.

    Couples lost within each other don't care about the rest of the world. They just tune it out. So, no matter what we think about it or what we think about what they are entitled to do, they will still remain immersed within each others eyes. So, there you have it. ;-)

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  36. @ Jon and Vittaldas Prabhu : Thanks! :)

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  37. headings sounds like jamesbond movie ;)!

    "Are newly weds are licensed to do all this on public places?"

    why do you think its bad to hug or kiss in public places when you are doing nothing wrong?

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  38. Thank you for visiting my blog.
    And, I thank for your always admiring my calligraphy.

    Happy weekend.
    From the Far East.
    Best regards.
    ruma

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  39. @ Manjunath and ruma2008 : Thanks a lot! :)

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