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ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogBERLIN: German police said there was no indication that a man who injured people in a knife attack on a bus in the northern city of Luebeck on Friday was politically radicalized.?The identity of the perpetrator has been clarified: a 34-year-old...
The Ultimate Fail-Safe Outfit To Make Your Partner's Parents Say 'Yes', Feat. Varun Dhawan
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsMeeting your partner's parents can be harrowing, especially if it's for the first time. Plus, if you want them to approve of you (of course you do), leaving a good first impression is a prerequisite. Conversations come later, as the first step to ensure that they are bowled over by how charming and well-behaved (!) you are, is by choosing your outfit sagaciously. Wear something that will bowl them over, even before you've uttered a word. Varun Dhawan just happened to have stepped out in an outfit exactly like that, which checks all of those checklists. Take a look: © Viral Bhayani You know what parents want to know? That you're not lazy and don't shy away from putting in effort, in any area whatsoever. A three-piece suit screams of class, and the fact that you consciously 'make an effort'. Plus, it is very sophisticated. You just can't go wrong with it. © Viral Bhayani Choose a vibrant colour, preferably, to portray that you're sophisticated, but definitely not stuck up or dull. Flexibility is an extremely important trait, and parents want that in a probable match for their child. The bright royal blue Varun is wearing is perfect for that. © Viral Bhayani Make sure the fit is good. It has to be relaxed, definitely not tight, but also looking like it was tailored just for you. You'll end up looking tacky if it's tight, not to mention the awkwardness resulting from the lack of movement. Make the pants tapered, and they can be cropped at the ankle, but not too much. © Viral Bhayani When it comes to what to wear underneath, choose a solid colour shirt that is bright and happy - preferably white, or the lightest shades of pink or periwinkle blue or lavender. These are the perfect colours for this occasion. © Viral Bhayani When it comes to accessories, keep it absolutely minimal (with perhaps a pocket square if you want to). Go for brogues or monkstraps, and most importantly, a huge chunk of self-confidence to boot. All the best!
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsHaircuts are sacred. Especially, since they make or break a man's appearance and by break, we mean — they really do. But, if the barber is instructed right and discussed with well, a haircut can be like the next wonder of the world — just splendid; enhancing one's personality from every nook and corner. Else, a wrong trim/cut is almost like a horror movie in a salon. And one that bombed that at the box office. To arrive upon the best haircut of your life, here's how to really instruct the barber: © Instagram/Virat Kohli 1. Choose Your Words Wisely. Unfortunately, every human's different (and so are their experiences). And, this holds true for barbers too. 'Cleaner on the sides' could either mean a #4 trim, #1 trim or even a fade. And well, as per the guy you're dealing with, he might end up mistaking it for something you're going against. Phrases like "I want a trim, not a haircut", "keep it simple", "I trust you, do whatever you want" are going to either confuse your barber or might make him head into an undesired territory. 2. Do Your Homework And Drop 'Terms'. This may sound like a Herculean task, but if you're wanting the best cut of your life, try getting closer to the lingo of the barbers/hairstylists. Terms like 'texture', 'fade', 'taper', 'buzz cut', 'undercut' are easy to use, and help your barber to visualize your goal better and well, ensure that you're satisfied with your visit to the salon. Know what's the degree of a #1, #2, #3 or #4 trim too. Google it! © Instagram/Raj Kummar Rao 3. Show Him What You're Eyeing. Rule 1: carry an image of the kind of hairstyle you're eyeing (either in print or on the phone). And yeah — show it to him (don't give him directions instead). This way, he'll have a better understanding of what you want. But since not every style would suit every face shape/hair texture, have a word with him before he begins snipping your strands. Listen to him, discuss with him and arrive upon a middle ground. Don't be stubborn! Pro-Tip: It's always great to show your barber a picture of yourself in your last cut too (or of the one you really liked in the past). You'd be surprised with how much this would help him! 4. Your Ears — Show Them Some Respect While You Instruct. What your brand-new haircut is finally going to look like, depends heavily upon the contour around your ears. Clean around the ears, faded behind the ears, short/long sideburns should be a part of your instructions. This will help your barber maintain the consistency of your hair length through the scalp. © Instagram/Ranbir Kapoor Fans 5. Lastly, Keep Your Guard On. Your eyes are to ensure that nothing goes wrong. While he's snipping your strands for your desired style, if mid way, you feel unsure about something he's doing, stop him right then and have a quick chat (don't be rude about it). Try stopping the hurricane before it rips the houses apart. But all in all, let's just say, if your instructions are clear, you wouldn't have to resort to this anyway.
“Kabhi Kabhi lagta hai apun hi bhagwan hai!” Isn't this the dialogue we all are using these days for any and every situation? For those who don't know, we are totally judging you for not watching Netflix's first original series from India, 'Sacred Games', yet. Believe it or not, the series is so well-made that you can't help but binge watch it. © Netflix Check out the trailer now if you don't believe us: Ever since its release, everyone is talking about it—be it on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Netizens are obsessed with it and we understand why. © Netflix Thank god, this series was not made in Bollywood but in the digital space or it would have lost the essence that makes it a must-watch! The craze of this show is so much that a bunch of memes has flooded the social media and there is no stopping. Check out the fun memes now: #SacredGames of politics. pic.twitter.com/XyAE3stw8H — à¤à¤¹à¤ à¤¬à¥à¤°à¤¹à¥à¤®à¤¾à¤¸à¥à¤®à¤¿ (@iamvbs) July 8, 2018 Oh so you'll remember that friend only when a new show is out, is it? #SacredGames pic.twitter.com/T3UVPBgCPc — Netflix India (@NetflixIndia) July 6, 2018 Hahahahaha ððððð#SacredGames #bollywood #yqmemes #yourquote #memes @NetflixIndia @Nawazuddin_S By Naresh Thadani pic.twitter.com/hF3vu4SGlY — YourQuote (@YourQuoteApp) July 9, 2018 Because making a meme isj not bhaste of time. ðð#SacredGames meet #Sanju. pic.twitter.com/c2tPNDqNrP — Sunny Jani (@iamsunnyjani) July 10, 2018 Well played @varungrover. #SacredGames pic.twitter.com/rmtfoeFhPq — SAGAR (@sagarcasm) July 11, 2018 Relatives : hum chalte hain Mom : Arey mera beta khaali baitha hai yeh drop kar aayega aapko Me : pic.twitter.com/pWzgtaog5e — Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) July 9, 2018 **Dharam Sankat**#Instagram #AskMeAnything #SacredGames #Trending #MEMES pic.twitter.com/8TOBFZDvLs — Dost_Mujhe.Majnu_Bulate.Hai (@JamesShah18) July 11, 2018 Sacred Games drinking game: 1. Every time Nawazuddin says madarchod or benchod take a sip. 2. Every time Saif gets whooped take a gulp. 3. Every time Katekar's gotta bang and gets a phone call from Saif slam your drink. 4. Every time you hear Sonu Pakitmaar SLAM THE WHOLE BOTTLE — plant daddy (@oothikicha) July 9, 2018 Marathi Cows give Tonned Milk too, when you say Gaitonde. — Vishesh Arora (@vishesharora19) July 7, 2018 When she calls you and asks, “Kidhar ho?” and you reply “tumhare dil mei” pic.twitter.com/rRUGdQwnMb — Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) July 9, 2018 Whenever I see a Sacred Games poster with Saif wearing a turban, 'Aaj Din Chadheya' starts playing in my head. — Raunak (@MeraHandle) July 8, 2018 "I'm Vishnu avatar, can't come to office." pic.twitter.com/GZqt1n886d — Nikhil (@niquotein) July 9, 2018 Man I love the internet... #SacredGames #MumbaiRains pic.twitter.com/CvAyEGMRtw — Ali (@TweetingBad13) July 10, 2018 Gaitonde: "Bacha le apne shahar Mumbai ko. You have 25 days" Sartaj: Kya hone wala hai 25 days main? Gaitonde: Heavy rains ðð #SacredGames #MumbaiRains — Tushar Sharma (@whotusharsharma) July 10, 2018