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Like recently everyone using this stuff like bestie and that looks too annoying to me.... you can call best friend him/her but no she is my besti/bestu/shit/etc... and on.
Now a day, like trend is going on when a girl post any picture she writes in her caption " my bestie.... muhhhu muhhh love... and fuck on"
Now and dear boy like be talk to any girl gets always gets compared with her friend may be a boy or a girl and which i hate the most !!
Like when yu are too funny to her she will say, "Even my bestie is not that funny, so nice of yu... ha ha ha."
When yu are to possessive towards her same...same,"Even my bestie is not that possessive toward, so nice of yu...."
Now like literally.... i saw such girls who always compares with there besties...
Now a moment comes where, i am at that level like.... i shit too nice and i ask her to say, " oh !! Even my bestie does the same shit, so nice of your shit..."
I HATE BESTIE.
Thank you so much guys for reading. Hope yu hate there besties too 😂
To Everyone who loves someone in their Life.
How can one develops his or her sense of humor :
1. Ability to laugh at self
It's amazing how genuinely funny self-deprecatory jokes can be. If you're a serious brooding person who thinks that you're better than the world, forget this genre. But you'll be losing a lot.
2. Being able to take things lightly
This is the foundation from which you can take off into the world of humour. If you usually get worked up over every single little thing, chances are you're going to struggle to crack a joke. Let's face it; you'll be in no mood to think of anything funny.
3. Enjoy being the cause of laughter
Almost every single funny person I've ever met has this trait. There's a certain pride and selflessness that's part of being able to make people laugh. When you get addicted to that 'high', you'll be digging out every opportunity to make people laugh. There're not too many better things in the world than seeing people around you uncontrollably laughing at something funny you said.
4. Educate yourself
The lesser topics you know, the lesser genres of humour you can explore. There's a reason why all people with a great sense of humour are informed and intelligent. It takes much exposure to the outside world to be able to make most jokes. If you're a quiet, silent guy, who likes to shield himself in the darkness of your room, you won't have too much room to play with. Literally.
5. Learn from the experts
Watch humorous movies. Watch stand-up comedies. Watch funny soaps. The trick is not to watch with the ulterior motive of trying to learn the art. I always tell people who want to learn English to avoid watching films with that motive in the back of their head. It's when you truly immerse yourself and enjoy something that your mind automatically picks up certain things. This way, the whole exercise also stops seeming like work.
6. Enjoy conversations and experiment
Face it, you can't say a joke if you don't enjoy conversations. Learn to be open-minded, and talk and listen to people. The more you talk, the better you'll get at it. Similarly, the more you joke, the more you'll discover your area of strength. Experiment. Try various genres. Word play, sarcasm, slapstick ... you'll figure out based on people's reactions what your strength is. The more you play, the better you'll get. Also, remember: There aren't too many things in the world that you cannot joke about.
7. Timing: Strike when the time is right. You need to know when is the opportune moment to unleash the humor Kraken.
8. Quick thinking and Wordplay: "Most important part of English language are punctuations. They are the ones which differentiate 'I helped Uncle Jack, off a horse' from 'I helped Uncle jack off a horse'".
What is your opinion on Virat Kohli's reaction to fan's tweet saying he likes foreign players better?
I absolutely support Virat Kohli on this.
That guy was a troll and he got what he deserved
Frankly I thought Virat Kohli was very nice specially being an Indian captain.
Not just that the guy was idiot and delusional but his comments were racist (‘these Indians') as well.
First of all, India isn't a country made of people from other contintents like America which is basically made of Europeans.
This is not a country made of immigration where after Hitler phobia, it's cool to bash or discredit by thinking it is cool to bash nationalism or patriotism.
You have personal choice whether to like some players or not but if you have the freedom of speech to say this kind of things then you can't complain if someone else return you with the same treatment.
Being Indian captain has nothing to do with this.
This is the age of social media.
This is not the era of gentleman which was created by British manipulation by the way which they themselves reject now (irony anyone!!!)
And some people in India are singing the same old song tought by the British (:D)
It's absolutely ridiculous.
Personally, I never liked this Harsha Bhogle fellow.
I mean what does he think he is?
He neither a cricketer nor anything
Just a commentator by having sheer luck in some times in the past.
So it doesn't matter what he says
Let me tell you one thing here which might surprise a lot of people here, Harsha isn't popular among majority of Indian cricket fans in India.
Yep, that's right.
This is not the first time he has taken a position regarding on a matter that has certain political hint on it.
He is always available for comment in NDTV which everyone knows what kind of channel.
Even in Kashmir controversy before he took a position that indirectly was against India's interest and in line with NDTV's propaganda.
He is the guy who is also known for his Mumbai biased commentary as well.
He is one of those notorious Mumbai lobby commentator.
So I am not surprised that he said such thing about Virat Kohli as well.
Virat Kohli does not live in a bubble.
He isn't a rich bubble wrap guy.
Infact anyone who knows him will tell you that he is one of the most realistic and rational thinking invidual going around in whole India.
Have anyone listened to any interview of Virat Kohli?
Does he sound like some rich clueless nutjob like Rahul Gandhi?
He is within his right to reply
He is absolutely right when he said that if that guy didn't like Indian cricketers only like foreign cricketers then he should live in those countries.
This is a very normal comment.
This is also a reality check for that delusional idiot individual who was basically a troll.
My respect for Virat Kohli has increased even more after this incident.
Personally, I never liked this old fashioned attitude of Indians who are supposed to be defensive and nice and politically correct even when the other person is completely wrong.
Thank God we are living in a more politically incorrect era where you don't have to be nice all the time.
Thank God for social media.
Thank God that Virat represent this new fearless Indians who doesn't take a backseat even if it looks somewhat ugly to those old fashioned insecured politically correct Indians.
They can go to hell.