normally glow and look so gorgeous. Me, on the other hand…*sigh*
Three weeks ago, a group of married, middle aged men were commenting about Aiswarya Rai’s weight. *I made noise*
A couple of weeks ago, another bunch of married, middle aged morons were making unrelated comments about a model. One went far and started making comments about her bust size. *Couldn’t make noise here since the moron was a colleague’s friend-not mine. Though I am still tempted to tell somehow. When a man talks about a woman’s bust size, I see no harm in taking about the length of his penis (or the lack of it)
Last week, one shared a ‘funny’ rhyme which demonstrated violence against women. *I definitely made noise*
Both of these incidents were made on FB where their families, friends, colleagues and even daughters are part of their network. I wonder what is in the head of these men. These are otherwise the most gentle, helpful and jovial men around in real life.
I didn’t want to remove them from my friends’ list. That would be akin to closing one eyes and pretend it didn’t happen. So I made noise.
- Get myself a tattoo post delivery
- Lose considerable amount of weight
- Better management of time
- Allocate me time
- Gym aside, I want to restart Barathanatyam
- Diligently cook every day. Have more variety of food.
- Take better care of myself
- To send little N for sangeetham lessons
- Go for massage-as & when needed