Concentration is one hell of a thing. You need to concentrate to work well. You need to concentrate for a better view. But what if this so called concentration is stuck at something or someone. That is when you need to distract yourself.
Once I read one of the Actual Advice Mallard meme which said “Don’t take yourself so seriously, nobody else do”.
That is probably true to a great extent. Maybe not all true. I mean, if you’re going to confess in front of your family that you are having suicidal ideation, they’ll probably freak out. So yes there are always people who cares, for real.
So last few many days I’ve been roaming around the college asking chicks about the weirdest thing they have done in there life till now or plan to do in future.
Many of them managed to escape the question by saying ” Will tell after thinking.” and many answers were out of my scope of understanding.
Then I switched question what is the “weirdest thing” they’ve put in their mouth? :p
Okay! I was slapped a few times! OKAY many times!
Anyways, just kidding!
Back to the topic! Do you have a To-Do list!? Have you ever thought of making it?
I made one when I was in High School, and now all of a sudden I felt like doing the most random s*#its again.
Here are the 5 things for next month or two, depending on how fast you are or I am.
1. Find a Girl! or Guy! [Be careful]
This does not mean finding a girlfriend, she can be just a good friend of yours or a random girl you want to hit on. For girls, you better be careful cause guys easily fell in love and he might summon feelings for you. :p
You will have to discuss the things you people would be doing. Have at least a month of good friendship before proposing her to join you. DON’T FALL IN LOVE! :p
Create boundary lines for yourself, without telling him or her.
Now you’re ready to move.
2. Get a vehicle and decide random places.
By vehicle I’m precisely referring to a car. If you don’t know how to drive or you cannot arrange one, it is not a big deal. Discuss it with him/her. You can arrange your meet on nice random locations. Guys are most probably good at this, but it should be the lady’s call to decide.
Go for long walks, or sit together and talk. It will help you gain a better perspective and help you with your personality.
Fact of the day: Being under-confident is quite better than being over confident when in private events.
3. Alcohol [I hope you're 18+]
Now this is something which not everyone has tried. So if not done, this is something worth trying once and everytime probably.
But keep yourself in control, or at least try to keep yourself contained.
If you’re already a drinker, time to try the cheap one’s. ‘Daru‘ to be precise for Indians.
4. Cheap Cigarette (Bidi)
If you’ve tried, she wouldn’t have.
This is still on my list though. I have heard it is very light, so it is okay to have them.
Although I’m against smoking, but once would be okay I guess. SMOKING IS INJURIOUS TO HEALTH. Don’t be a D*#k.
5. Jump in the pool. Full Clothes ON!
This would be the most uncomfortable thing to do. And just imagine walking home all wet! :p
I’ve never been to a different country. Neither am a frequent traveler. Personally I hate traveling and visiting place which might require me to sit in a vehicle for 5 or 10 hours. If its with the friends, I might have double thoughts. But traveling is not my thing.
This post is based purely on my experience of the local society and the places I’ve been to in my country.
I am from Ghaziabad, more appropriately,the place where I live is much more close to Delhi than that city. As a result the society is much better compared to inner regions of Uttar Pradesh.
But a better society is not the certificate that it is free of crimes. Talking about my neighborhood, last week a murder happened here, one 80 year old woman’s throat was cut just for taking over the house and what they robbed was just Rs 10,000 (approximately 200$).
You must have heard of what is happening in Mujjarfarnagar. See here if you haven’t.
Actually, that is not what my country is actually like, but I cannot deny the fact that no one secure in this country. All you need to do is move around the streets at like 9 PM and you might come across a douche asking you to empty your pockets at the gun point. If there is no gun, they would probably beat the shit out of you for resisting (true story of a friend of mine, he managed to escaped fast enough to evade a scene though).
The misbehavior does not end here. The most common scene is some as*holes drinking and driving, and sometimes even racing. Not too long back a Honda City was towed in bricked conditions. The cops even took out the music system from the car before sending it wherever the send such vehicles.
Few months back my best friend died in a car accident. From what I have read and heard, he died along with the driver of their taxi and a friend of his.
But the person responsible who was drinking and driving was never brought to justice.
I don’t have any experience of any other country though, I visited Andaman Nicobar Island on the family holidays. That place is what I believe is ‘ideal Indian place’.
Our guide told us, almost everyone is employed there, doing some sort or small of big work. There are no robbery or any kind of criminal activity. Although I heard the cops caught some people carrying weapons there. But that would be a different case.
You want to see the better side of India, you better visit the island states of India. Delhi is quite a secure place though, but things doesn’t seems to work out. As far as other states are concerned, I can only tell you of Uttar Pradesh, more precisely Ghaziabad, and this place require a better class of criminals as well as better laws and law maintainers.
Same goes for Delhi as well.