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  1. Mystery is the bedrock of human imagination and curiosity. Who doesn't like a good mystery? via GIPHY Curiosity propels our minds to think beyond the dictated schools of thought and journey in to newer avenues which open our minds to creativity. We, humans, are a curious lot; we need answers to everything out there. via GIPHY This inquisitiveness often leads to unfavorable results or discoveries. :P via GIPHY via GIPHY Like they say, curiosity killed the cat! via GIPHY A good mystery has the classic elements: a murder, not enough clues, an intelligent protagonist and a resourceful helper, and more. Even more intriguing is when goth elements show up in the story, with a touch of horror. Nothing more to make the narrative compelling! As we progressed from 'Famous Five' to 'Wuthering Heights' and 'Sherlock Holmes', we became more aware not only of the mysteries present in the books but the ones surrounding our lives as well. Gothic mystery has been a celebrated genre for centuries now. Featuring: Intelligent heroines with a flair for fainting, via GIPHY via GIPHY handsome gentlemen with mysterious secrets, via GIPHY a brewing clandestine romance, via GIPHY a villain who dresses the part, via GIPHY via GIPHY and dark, gloomy castles or manors with long hallways and clandestine rooms replete with horror, serving as a backdrop, via GIPHY via GIPHY these mysteries make us feel invigorated. With the much-needed adrenaline coursing through us as we turn page after page, trying to decipher the meaning of a certain code hidden in the heart of the once statuesque manor or the eerie occurrences the protagonists seem to encounter, we see ourselves completely lost in the mystery of the characters' fates. via GIPHY Soon enough, you will find yourself fantasizing about traveling around deserted moors, dressed in all-black ensembles, pining for a non-existent lover and inquiring the mystery surrounding their supposed death or the hauntings of your castle. via GIPHY The supernatural has always been an interesting topic of discussion; it has liaised with popular media and literature umpteen times. The idea of a spooky castle and ghosts, a sprinkling of the paranormal is enough to make one's hair stand on end. The suspense and secrecy strike hard on our inquisitive natures. Nothing like a tryst with the supernatural to spruce up our imagination. Gothic novels are the best of both worlds as they serve us both doses in one. Here are six such novels which will get your brain working and your heart thumping with their shrouded secrets and seemingly innocuous characters: 1. Rebecca (Daphne du Maurier/1938): “Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again.” Daphne du Maurier's masterpiece is an iconic gothic mystery novel. Set in the West Country, the story focusses on an unnamed protagonist, who gets married to the dashing, recently-widowed Mr Maximillian de Winters on a trip to Monte Carlo. © Pinterest Written in dreamy prose, starting with the ominous line mentioned above, the narrator/protagonist tells the reader about her once monotonous life which changes after she starts living in the Manderley mansion which is still haunted by memories of the previous Mrs. de Winters, the perfect and beloved Rebecca. Rebecca's essence seems omnipresent, fueled by the housekeeper, Mrs Danvers, who was Rebecca's confidant and is obsessed with her. The plot focuses on the mystery surrounding Rebecca's death, a dubious boat accident, which no one seems to be able to explain and which seems to irk the megalomaniacal Mr.de Winters. Trouble starts when the narrator, jealous of Rebecca's memory and upset with comparisons with her, wishes to change things about the house. This leads the devoted (and creepy) Mrs Danvers to constantly manipulate and demean her until she starts hallucinating and believing that her husband no longer loves her and is still in love with Rebecca. Rebecca seems to have a stronghold on the lives of the characters, especially the new Mrs de Winters, from beyond the grave, because of which the narrator is unable to get the happiness she craves. Interestingly, a secret is unearthed when a shipwreck takes place near the beautiful estate and the new bride becomes aware of the sinister plans that lie ahead and events from the past. With a major theme of jealousy, the novel strikes the right chord of suspense, intrigue and surprise. Creepiness galore, courtesy of Mrs Danvers. Best Adaptation: Alfred Hitchcock's “Rebecca” (1940). 2. Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? (Henry Farrell/1960): “What have you done?” “You mean all this time we could have been friends?” Another goth mystery focusing on two reclusive sisters who live in a dilapidated manor; one a former child star and the other a wheel-chair bound heroine. © Pinterest Jane is an alcoholic who is stuck in the memories her once-prosperous vaudeville career and dresses the same, complete with layers of make-up, curls and a dress. Blanche, the elder one, who has been limited to be dependent on the whimsical Jane for her tidings and care after a mysterious accident which cut short her booming acting career, becomes increasingly alarmed when she observes Jane's deteriorating mental state. Thus, she plans to take matters in her hand. Their decrepit Hollywood house serves as the eerie background as Jane and Blanche rely on to their resentment in order to get the upper hand. Jane resorts to violence on the paraplegic sister and tries to become famous again while Blanche wants to get her life together and get Jane out of the way. Unbeknownst to Jane, a terrible mystery lies, shrouded in the shadows, which will upend the lives of the sisters. The gruesome trail of events which follow make it a thrilling tale of jealousy and sibling rivalry resulting in an intriguingly superb climax. The animosity and resentment the sisters carry for each other lead to their eventual ruin, which makes one think about how much a kind act can change a person's life. Best Adaptation: “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?” (1961) starring Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, who coincidentally never got along. 3. The Haunting of Hill House (Shirley Jackson/1959): “Am I walking toward something I should be running away from?” The classic story of the haunted manor does not get better than this novel. Netflix's adaptation of the epic story has been well received but it is the book itself which should be on your reading list © Pinterest With an eerie set-up of a deserted manor in the hills, the novel centres on four main characters: Eleanor, a recluse who has been living with her disabled mother; Theodora, a bohemian artist; Dr Montague, a researcher of the paranormal and supernatural, and Luke Sanderson, the heir to Hill House. In an attempt to help him in the research for scientific proof that explains paranormal activities, Dr Montague invites people to Hill House which he has rented for the summer owing to its legend of being haunted. Theodora and Eleanor show up and the four form a bond of friendship as the novel progresses, littered with unexplained occurrences, spooky happenings and ghost-sightings. As the characters investigate further, they try to cope with reality; is what happening to them true or hallucinations caused by the house? The house itself becomes an entity which seems to control the people inside it. What the reader is left to ponder about is whether the events actually happened are only a figment of the narrator's imagination. Or is something more sinister lying in wait inside the house? What other horrors is it hiding? The mystery of the Hill House becomes more real as the pages turn. Best Adaptation: The Haunting of Hill House (2018) and The Haunting (1999) 4. Dracula (Bram Stoker/1897): “Despair has its own calms.” The epitome of gothic perfection; the book which has inspired a deluge of novels, series and movies, is a cult classic of the gothic mystery/horror genre. The novel which gave us the iconic anti-hero, Dracula, and the essential knowledge to ward off vampires; garlic! © Pinterest Transylvanian noble, Count Dracula is a gentleman with an affable charm and manners who is visited by newly-minted solicitor Jonathan Harker on the business of providing legal counsel on the new estate the former has acquired in England. Unknown to Jonathan, he becomes a prisoner in Dracula's castle, a fact which he becomes aware of quite late. As Dracula travels to visit his new home, leaving Harker to his fate, Jonathan tries to break out from the clutches of the gothic nightmare he seems to be stuck in, replete with a vampire. Written in epistolary form, as a series of memoirs and letters, we follow Count Dracula and his mysterious cargo across Transylvania and England, as he tries to feed himself and hypnotize humans to do his bidding and also try to change some of them into vampires. What seems to be his end goal? What is he trying to achieve? Will the vampire hunters, headed by the teacher Abraham Van Helsing, be able to unearth the mysterious secret behind the Count's behaviour and his ignoble intentions? Also starring: mystical crypts, shape-shifting, stakes through hearts, werewolves, silent graveyards and disloyal servants. A breathtaking horror mystery with a human touch. Prepare to be enamoured! Best Adaptation: Dracula (1958) 5. Sharp Objects (Gillian Flynn/2006): Not the typical gothic mystery novel, the goth undertones of this novel are derived from the violence meted out by people on others. Gillian Flynn's maiden novel, before the widely famous “Gone Girl”, has elements of a Southern gothic backdrop, a setting common in novels like “To Kill A Mockingbird”. © Pinterest Set in the fictional town of Wind Gap, Missouri, we follow journalist Camille Preaker who is unhappy with her job and has a terrible past, pieces of which have left indelible marks on her body. When a string of unresolved murders starts in Wind Gap, Camille is sent back to her hometown to investigate the murders. This leads to her going back to her house, under the roof of her insensitive and self-righteous mother, Adora who is a mystery herself and her seemingly perfect half-sister Amma. What other secrets is Camille hiding and is Amma as perfect as she seems to be? As the novel progresses, Amma's true nature is revealed and the mysterious incidents from Camille's childhood come back to haunt her, especially her sister's death which pushes her to the brink of death. What lies behind Adora's stern exterior and what secrets is she hiding? Was there more to Marian's death than what Adora leads on to? The novel then jumps off to the major plotline of the unexplained murders and disappearances, which Camille finds out have a more menacing theme than what she had anticipated. Best Adaptation: Sharp Objects (2018), an HBO Original mini-series starring Amy Adams as Camille Preaker. 6. The Mysteries of Udolpho (Ann Radcliffe/1794): Ann Radcliffe's magnum opus spread over four volumes follows the trials and tribulations of a father-daughter duo, who journey on the French and Italian countryside in order to regain their lost fortune. A gothic romance featuring Emily St. Aubert, the beautiful and intelligent protagonist steers the reader into her eventful life. What makes her different is her affinity for nature's beauty, a trait not predominant in other gothic leads. © Pinterest As she travels with her father, Monsieur St. Aubert, with whom she shares an ineffaceable kinship, she meets the handsome Valancourt, who shares her love for nature, and they end up falling in love. Tragedy strikes when her father dies on the way and she is forced to live with her aunt, the abominable Madame Cheron who marries the immoral and despicable Montoni. Emily pines for her lover and tries to thwart her step-uncle's villainous plans to marry her off to a wealthy suitor, Morano. When things go awry, he whisks the family away from their home to Udolpho. Imprisoned by her step-uncle in the castle, she tries all in her power to break free from the captive status and is helped in her endeavour by a horde of characters. Will she succeed? That forms the crux of the story. She also chances upon a well-kept secret about her father which is connected to the site of her captivity, the infamous castle of Udolpho. Spooky occurrences mar the stay at the ruined castle of Udolpho, aided by age-old secrecies, strange suitors for Emily, secret admirers amidst eerie music from the woods and a look into the mysteries of nature. The novel iterates that it is not only ghosts or people who are mysterious, but nature also has a lot of unexplained charisma too. 7. “The Tell-Tale Heart” and “Ligeia” (Edgar Allan Poe): No one writes gothic fiction better than Edgar Allen Poe. His stories and poems are the embodiment of creepiness; featuring undead creatures and untrustworthy narrators. His works rely heavily on the concept of life and death. “True! - nervous - very, very nervous I had been and am; but why will you say that I am mad?” © Pinterest The Tell-Tale Heart is a short story about an unnamed neurotic narrator who does something terrible and is caught in the “eye” of the storm, the repercussions of which haunt him as he lives. “There is one dear topic, however, on which my memory fails me not. It is the person of Ligeia.” Ligeia is the story of a beautiful, raven-haired woman who marries the anonymous narrator who seems besotted with her. © Pinterest Though her beauty is unconventional, leaning a bit towards emaciation, the narrator is shown to be dependent on his intelligent wife who is adept in many arts and sciences. She questions human mortality and makes the narrator look beyond his narrow perspective. Unfortunately, she dies and in grief, the narrator moves into an old abbey and marries Rowena, a beautiful, fair-haired lady whom he isn't attracted to. The twist comes when Rowena dies, and the narrator starts experiencing strange episodes which make him wonder about the mystery behind his second wife's death, on the night before her burial. Intrigued enough? Let it no longer be a mystery. Get yourself a copy of one of these and satisfy your curiosity!
  2. I will not lie, but watching Tony Stark issue his dying message to Pepper Pots in the 'Avengers: Endgame' trailer, from some corner in space nearly broke my heart. via GIPHY His sunken face and broken spirit thanks to no food and water, and the depleting oxygen levels is going to haunt me for a long, long time. via GIPHY Obviously, Marvel fans, including me, set things in motion by figuring out ways in which our beloved Tony could be rescued. via GIPHY The most obvious option is Pepper somehow getting his message and sending all possible help imaginable, and then there is the possibility of Captain Marvel managing to spot a stranded Tony in space. via GIPHY But, unknown to the rest of the world, NASA was also working on a plan to respond to Tony's distress call! Well, there is some hope in my heart now that Tony might not just 'drift away' in the dark corners of space, and actually be rescued! via GIPHY NASA, being its genius self, has listed out some ways in which Tony can be saved and the Avengers better be listening up if they want Iron Man back in the squad to kick Thanos' ass! Hey @Marvel, we heard about Tony Stark. As we know, the first thing you should do is listen in mission control for “@Avengers, we have a problem.” But if he can't communicate, then we recommend ground teams use all resources to scan the skies for your missing man pic.twitter.com/zavXrsPljq — NASA (@NASA) December 9, 2018 The THermal Operations and Resource (THOR) officer is truly one of Mission Control's mightiest heroes. They ensure the operation of multiple @Space_Station subsystems which collect, distribute & reject heat from critical equipment and payloads for the success of the mission — NASA (@NASA) December 9, 2018 Needless to say, Marvel fans went into overdrive and blessed NASA with every happiness imaginable, for helping Tony. pic.twitter.com/bB5qEfQhiJ — Loki is alive ð¨ð±ðªð¸ (@JiyongPanda) December 9, 2018 Pls save Tony Stark he deserves better than what marvel is giving him — Madisonð (@starryspencer) December 9, 2018 Love that @NASA gave @Marvel tips on how to save #TonyStark! This is pretty awesome! pic.twitter.com/gD2b9n55vX — Video-Game News Network (@VidNewsNet) December 10, 2018 Thank you pic.twitter.com/y1BPbGPNng — Jaayruben 17 (@Jaayruben2) December 9, 2018 Realistically, we all know that even NASA has its limits when it comes to reaching every dark corner in space, and this is Titan we are talking about, so…please don't kill me for saying I have my doubts. via GIPHY However, I do believe that help is on its way to Tony, and Lord help me, but if anything happens to him…I just…I can't even imagine… via GIPHY
  3. I don't know what timeline we're living in right now because everything is just so damn weird. The biggest proof of all of us being in the wrong timeline is honestly Elon Musk and his Twitter account. He's known for sometimes posting a lot of cryptic tweets but these days, his tweets are just straight up bizarre and totally out of character. ið¤anime — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 22, 2018 Um. And I own a chibi Wolverine — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 22, 2018 I wasn't the only one who thought it was weird. Twitter thought I got hacked & locked my account haha — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 23, 2018 Now, this Elon from some alternate dimension asked people on Twitter to send him their 'dankest memes'. Send me ur dankest memes!! — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 25, 2018 And, that was just the beginning. When an opportunity presents itself, you need to grab it and that's exactly what people did. They started replying with a lot of dank memes of, wait for it, Elon himself. Roasting and trolling is an everyday thing on Twitter and this was the perfect chance to roast Elon and people did not disappoint. That's a good one. how's this pic.twitter.com/rJUVIu7NTF — Klippenstein's monster (@kenklippenstein) October 25, 2018 Ugh, kids. not even 420 yet smh kids these days https://t.co/8SnixDZ97Q — Katherine Krueger (@kath_krueger) October 25, 2018 That picture is the funniest thing ever. pic.twitter.com/CwSsFccu7S — Bennett M. Coughlan (@BennettCoughlan) October 25, 2018 Spot on. i got u fam pic.twitter.com/6JJExCfuAe — ð»low voter turnoutð (@JordanUhl) October 25, 2018 Great idea! @elonmusk pic.twitter.com/j3tOrwRN5e — c0da (@c0da13) October 25, 2018 Okay, then. pic.twitter.com/OzCNIYHbaq — Sands (@GNTMSands) October 25, 2018 Just do it! WE LOVE YOU ELON pic.twitter.com/G4Q92s1PHH — StockTwits (@StockTwits) October 25, 2018 Four in one. pic.twitter.com/epdNLv42KZ — Hari Haran (@haritvsmurali) October 26, 2018 The new Drake meme? pic.twitter.com/R2mq7TIQo7 — Toto - Africa (@Totosabee) October 26, 2018 Good photoshop, tho. pic.twitter.com/LogAz7j2P2 — yung charluv (@Charluvv) October 26, 2018 That's brutal. pic.twitter.com/HMPLqrGO2l — poppin' fresh (@viceroooy) October 26, 2018 It's him! Here you go! pic.twitter.com/tkCnTASRsh — Harley (@TheHuxLee) October 26, 2018
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  5. There exists a common misconception that the easiest way of keeping the love alive in a relationship, is to regularly whisper sweet nothings to your beloved. Men are told that women usually enjoy (and mostly look forward to) having those sappy things told to them. Well, let me debunk that myth for you. That's a LIE. Yes, we like earnest expressions every now and then, but we sure as hell don't fancy the men in our lives to go over the top. Earnest expressions in no way translate to cheesy stuff that you feel would please your girlfriend. Honestly, too much of that only makes us cringe. Now, because I am telling you that this belief of women liking sappy stuff is a myth, surely I'll help you understand the scenario better. I have picked out 7 examples of such texts that women have received, and you can expect to find my most honest reaction to each one here below. Check them out and be sure to stay far away from such expressions at all times: © MensXP CRINGE. Please, and I repeat, please don't say such things either in person or on text. This gave me the creeps just by laying my eyes on them. I don't want to imagine this coming from somebody I love. Ever. © MensXP Err, by calling his girlfriend “salt”, did the guy mean to tell her she's essential to him or something? Whatever it was that he wanted to say, this surely didn't do it. Nahi, main bhavnao ko nahi samajhna chahti iss waqt. © MensXP Was this line taken from an overtly girly, teenage chick flick? “Soulmates”? Even women have moved on from that concept now. Where has this guy been? Space? © MensXP No, your heart beats in your body, and your girl's in hers. This is making my face twist in such horrid ways, I can only imagine what it must have done to the girl who actually received it! © MensXP *Stares at the screen and cries* Why would anybody say something like that? This somehow reminds me of the 'Twilight' poster with the apple on it for some very strange reason. It also screams FRAGILE - HANDLE WITH CARE. © MensXP “Give me a quick one, baby” that's a whole different level of cringe fest right there. I have got one word for you - AVOID. Don't do this to yourself. © MensXP Ew. Some might say 'aww so sweet', but I want to differ. Guys, this is total crap. Who talks like that? No, who likes to be spoken to in that way? I am pretty sure that none of the women I know would ever want to hear this. Guys, I mean it when I say it, please stay far, very far away from such “cheesy” messages. Drop that temptation before it takes over you.
  6. Whether it's the girl you are trying to romance or your girlfriend of two years, a good night text is a pretty good ritual to follow at the end of the day, at all times. If nothing else, it works as a short, sweet reminder that she is in your thoughts before you decide to retire for the day. It doesn't matter if you've had good conversations with her throughout the day, if you've just been out on a date that very day or if this is your last message to her for the day, good night text messages will never get old. © Thinkstock Images Women might not always say it, but we all know that for them, it's all about the little things, and sending her one of these cheesy AF good night texts can really help you to score a few brownie points: 1. “It's a shame that humans gotta get some sleep. That's almost 8 hours (improvise as needed) of no notification bell delivering your random cuteness to my phone's screen. Waiting for my new favourite alarm tone until then.” Without being too clingy or sounding too needy, let her know that you enjoy the conversations with her and look forward to more almost all the time. It's a bonus if she enjoys sleeping, because then you also get to pull her legs. © Thinkstock Images 2. “I know you aren't quite used to receiving good night messages from me every night yet, but how do you feel about getting into that habit? We can get started right away. Sweet dreams.” A very subtle way of letting a girl know where you want this situation to head. Whether she is up for it or not, we promise this will bring a smile on her face. And who knows, she might actually take you up on your offer. 3. “I had a pretty busy day today and yet, here I am, planning to call it a night, and ending up here instead - writing a text to the only highlight of such an eventful day.” This one is an absolute winner 'cause it's really smooth and sounds honest too. It is probably the best way to let a girl know that she makes your day better by simply responding to messages and keeping up the conversation. She'll appreciate it. © Thinkstock Images 4. Until the time you feel ready to hear this in person, here's wishing you a good night (insert meaningful emoji) accompanied by a mushy emoji. Why the emoji? So that until it's time, no one else gets the chance to kiss you good night.” A little direct, yet not totally in your face. This one drops multiple hints and comes off as a little too forthcoming, but if the girl happens to be a sport, she will take this in her stride and let things just stay afloat (or maybe she will play along). Who knows? *Winks* 5. “Today feels a little incomplete without the sound of your laughter ringing in my ears. How about we share a joke in my dreams and you can bring this day to a perfect conclusion?” Smitten by her loud, happy laughter? Then there just can't be a better way of complimenting her on it. Trust us when we say that she will go to bed with a huge grin on her face after you send this text. © Thinkstock Images 6. “When I think about it, at the end of the day, there's nothing more I'd like better than to go to sleep, knowing yours is the face I get to wake up to, and annoy the wits out of you for the rest of my life. *Insert devil emoji*” Ah, this one is both sweet and salty. It is almost as if you don't want her to get the satisfaction that you are ready to take the next step, by slightly placing the motivation behind the suggestion, onto the tempting possibility of annoying her just for the sake of it. 7. “Spending the day with you has been a real show stealer! If not for you, I would have never guessed that for this long, I had just been happy with the trailer when it comes to dates. I would love to see how the movie turns out.” You can never fail with an earnest expression and this one is sure to do the trick. Be sure you mean what you say and she will be happy to learn that you enjoyed her company. What's better, she might plan the next date herself. Do let us know how you like these, how many of these you end up trying and, of course, the ones that work for you!
  7. This is the age of selfies, so no matter which way you lay your eyes, you're bound to come across a zillion people clicking away at their own “godly” faces for no particular reason at all. It's no news that we've been witness to numerous unfortunate selfies doing the rounds on the world wide web either because they went viral or perhaps because they were turned into memes. But no matter the reason behind the #selfiefails, what we cannot deny is that there is no room for such mishaps when you're trying to share a snap with a girl, more so if she's potentially your future girlfriend too. Fear not, for we've got you covered and taken the help of one of India's most eligible bachelors, Rahul Khanna, to help you decode the Dos of taking a selfie for every occasion and ace at flat-out impressing that girl. The “Woke Up Like This” Selfie If you ever get too tempted to send her a 'good morning' selfie that's just you with a mussed head and puffy eyes, we'd say you refrain from the idea and instead choose the tactic of peek-a-boo that Mr. Khanna resorts to in this selfie. A little 'hiding' from the camera can lead to a lot more 'seeking' off it. (Did you get the pun, eh?) © Instagram The “Hot & Sweaty Workout” Selfie Another selfie inclination most guys harbour in their hearts is of conveying to the girl that they're into fitness which leads to them sending a selfie in which they appear to have been sloshed with a fresh drizzling of sweat. No. That's not how you do it. A workout selfie needs to be aesthetically appealing, where the sweat does only as much to add sheen to your body. © Instagram The “Freshly Served” Selfie If you feel there's nothing like a good selfie right outta shower, wait a second before you go all out with a mirror selfie in a towel. Instead of that, try this. Take care of your dishevelled hair, look a little prim and perhaps also try to keep the focus above the waist to add a bit of tease. © Instagram The “Lazy Afternoon” Selfie On days you're staying in and got a good enough lazy vibe going on for you, take this selfie as your inspiration to send that “lazing around” selfie that's evident yet gives the viewer something to behold and admire all at once. Don't forget to add a hint of that lazy grin into the selfie, okay? © Instagram The “Traveller” Selfie That's another one to pop-up quite often as pictures you'd wanna share with a girl, right? But be smart and avoid sending her a selfie of you stuck between an endless stream of traffic to make the point. Restrict these selfies to those where you add a bit of the vista you're enjoying so that it appeals to both the travel bug in her as well as gives her a happy traveller's face to behold. © Instagram The “For Your Eyes Only” Selfie Let's keep this as a special one, or perhaps even a bonus you'd wanna throw in when you want her to think of you a little longer than she'd like. How you ask? Just bring in your pets into the frame and you have a selfie that's sure to strike a few chords of her heart and make her go “aww”. © Instagram The “Work Mode On” Selfie The work attire selfie is for those days when you're dressed for the job and feel capable of taking on anything life throws at you while at work. Happens not so often but there are always those days you feel and look good in dashing workwear. Well, just steal a selfie on such days! © Instagram The “Dapper In Tux” Selfie There mustn't be a need for an excuse to click and send a selfie when you're dressed in a tux. Period. Whether you're out for a office dinner with the hotshots of your company or it's a wedding you're dressed to kill for, be sure to send a selfie of yourself when you're looking like a business mogul. © Instagram The “Dream Of Me” Selfie This one has a LOT of potential. When you're done for the day, and ready to unwind, send your girl a quick selfie reminding her of the good, hard work you've gotten done that day while she can take in tousled hair look of you and hold her breath in awe. © Instagram Take inspiration from these selfies and go at it 'cause this is gonna work, we tell you.
  8. So, this is how it goes. She is out there travelling all by herself and having a blast, while you're sitting at your desk, trying to get through yet another dull day at work. She entices you with those occasional, cute selfies and views of picturesque vistas, making it all the more difficult for you to sit still and concentrate on your work. Between the few hours of getting some work done and going through her (enviable) Instagram stories, a wicked thought suddenly pops in your head and suddenly, getting by the rest of the day(without her proactive, virtual company) does not seem like a lot of work. © Thinkstock Why? Because you have (or rather we have) figured out a way of reminding her of all the “good stuff” she is missing out back home, while she is out there exploring a little hamlet tucked away in the hills of Meghalaya. So, here we have 8 fun types of texts to send your girlfriend when she is travelling without you, that will ensure that she does not get too caught up with the sights and has you in her thoughts at all times: 1. Try A Not-So-Regular Greeting © Thinkstock Most couples start their day by greeting each other with a simple 'good morning' and if you happen to be one of them, you would want to spice things up a little, on this one occasion. Instead of your regular lines, try something that's funny and intentionally suggestive. Try something like, “we just woke up now and seems like both of us are thinking about you”. This will not only get her attention but there are 99 per cent changes of you getting an immediate callback, no matter where she is. 2. Selfie Of A View That She's Missing When partners are separated by distance, a selfie a day is said to keep the gloom away. But this time, try to give your selfie a new spin so she can gauge the full impact of the other view (read face) she's missing out on, while she struts around exploring newer places. Put on that shirt she loves on you which has some special memories attached to it, and you'll see how she takes notice. © Pixabay 3. Turn On Your 'Mysterious' Mode Don't keep messaging her and come across as a needy guy, who can't seem to survive a few days without his girlfriend, but send a few messages a day with respectable intervals, which suggest that she is in your thoughts. Perhaps drop her a message that would rake up the mystery clouds, such as: “Damn, I just remembered something that we did together and now I can't stop laughing!” That is bound to get you a response even amidst her busy itinerary. 4. Tease Her With Her Fave Food If there is one thing a girl misses the most when she's away from home, apart from her own bath and bed, it the comfort of her most favourite food. Nobody ever said you can't order in her favourite takeaway and enjoy it all by yourself, while sending her a few drool-worthy snaps of the food? She'd wanna pack her bags and head home sooner than planned. © Pxhere 5. A Little Virtual Stripping The next best thing to do is to send her a series of images suggesting a striptease that looks very innocent. Don't try too hard or show a lot of skin than you'd appreciate. Keep it subtle and suggestive enough to capture her thoughts (and perhaps imagination too). 6. Sneak In A Spoiler Disclaimer Now, this may be another level of wicked. You must also consider the fact that if taken too far, she might end up being seriously pissed at you. So, try sending her a sneak-peek of you catching up on the latest episode of a TV series that both of you are following together. This, my friend will steer her attention (and possible wrath) towards you. 7. Catch Up On The Fun She's Missing Out © Thinkstock If there's a cool event happening while she is away, that you know she would have also enjoyed, tell her about it and go check it out. Then fill her in on the deets and tell her how it would have been more fun with her around, and that you must go to the next one together. 8. Say Those Three Words Nope. Not ' I love you'. Just tell her how much you miss her. Distance makes the heart grow fonder and it's never embarrassing to admit it. When you love someone it is only expected you would miss them when they're not around, and you don't hear from them very often. So, just say those three words, “I miss you” and this might even fetch you a long call from across the states. These texts are sure to work better than the regular ones. Try it.
  9. SpaceX is planning to launch a tourist on a trip around the moon, and the company said it will reveal the person's identity during a September 17 event. The company's announcement came tonight via Twitter, and it included a rendering of the spaceship that will make the voyage: the Big Falcon Rocket (BFR). The BFR is SpaceX's newest rocket, a super powerful launch vehicle with 31 engines and the capacity to lift 150 tons into space. SpaceX has signed the world's first private passenger to fly around the Moon aboard our BFR launch vehicle—an important step toward enabling access for everyday people who dream of traveling to space. Find out who's flying and why on Monday, September 17. pic.twitter.com/64z4rygYhk — SpaceX (@SpaceX) September 14, 2018 "SpaceX has signed the world's first private passenger to fly around the Moon aboard our BFR launch vehicle," the company said, adding that it will be "an important step toward enabling access for everyday people who dream of traveling to space," SpaceX said. While the Falcon family of reusable boosters is currently flying, the reusable Saturn BFR has not yet been launched to orbit. Further, the company said, “Only 24 humans have been to the Moon in history. No one has visited since the last Apollo mission in 1972”. © SpaceX In February 2018, the space company had declared that it would send two space tourists by the end of 2018. The names of those two tourists - and how much they intended to pay- were never revealed. Musk's hopes of one day flying to Mars rest with the BFR performance, which he hopes will be ready to blast off for the red planet in 2022. SpaceX is valued at US$ 28 billion making it the third highly backed startup in the country. The company has also bagged a contract to ferry American astronauts to the International Space Station. © SpaceX SpaceX holds NASA contracts valued at more than US$ 2 billion for 20 space station resupply flights, and a US$ 2.6 billion contract with the space agency to build and launch a piloted version of its Dragon capsule. Boeing is also hard at work on its crew vehicle, with pioneering flights planned for 2019 as well. Only 24 people in history have ever been to the Moon. © SpaceX Musk's SpaceX and Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic are among companies that are attempting to commercialize space travel. Musk says the BFR will eventually replace SpaceX's existing lineup of rockets, which are currently used for missions.
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