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  1. The Indian subcontinent is known as the land of diversity. As a nation, we boast of diverse ethnic, religious and linguistic differences which continue to unite us. While the 21st century has brought along numerous positive changes with itself, there still remains a sense of agitation when it comes to religious sentiments. Religion also seems to be getting in the way of a smooth release for upcoming Bollywood movie 'Kedarnath'. The Sara Ali Khan and Sushant Singh Rajput starrer, revolves around the romantic escapades of Mansoor and Mukku (a Muslim boy and Hindu girl), which seems to have unwittingly hurt socio-religious sentiments by the way of “love jihad”. © RSVP Movies The director of the film Abhishek Kapoor, along with the film's producers are now facing protests for encouraging such cultural interactions in the film. Trade analyst Omar Qureshi told HT that, “The socio-conditions of a country probably make the people cling more to religion”. Even so, most Indians, especially the older generation seems to be quite “touchy” about the subject. What's more, the passionate kissing sequence in the film's teaser has called upon greater disagreements and some critics are even calling it “deliberately provocative” in nature. The agitation has since been sparking rumours of the film reviving the fate of 'Padmaavat' which released earlier this year. © RSVP Movies While we do not believe that religion must be allowed to come in the way of love, there seem to be some who want to keep the two at a distance. With just one day to go before the movie releases on 7th December, the controversy reminds us of the struggles films such as 'PK' and 'Padmaavat' faced not so long ago.
  2. When it comes to *** , we surely love to experiment everything and anything in store especially when the 'act' is concerned. A lot of couples love to go a little extra to break the bed but many other couples also love to break it out of the bed! Yep, *** nowadays isn't limited or constricted to the four walls of your house, you know. A lot of couples, women especially, love to get out of the comfort zone and have *** at the weirdest, most bizarre places probable. © Pinterest I think apart from letting go of your comfort zone, *** outside of the bedroom is also thrilling and fulfills the fantasy of doing it in a public space (maybe) and also the ghastly need to be viewed while doing 'it' by outsiders. Most women actually like taking this leap of faith and are bold risk takers who like to get it on, outside of the bedroom. So I rounded up 12 women and asked them what are their favourite places to have *** apart from their bedroom was, and here's what they had to say: (1) You Can 'Drive' Her Crazy "I love doing it in the car. Be it making out or having ***, it's cramped, which I love and more intimate. Car make out sessions usually happen post a date so it's the most common spot to do it. Try having *** while your guy is driving about town. Totally doable!" - Smriti, 30 (2) 'Cos Life's Not Always A Beach "The best place I've had *** till date is on a beach. I think that's why the cocktail is quite popular too because it's one of the best places to do it. The sand going in places it shouldn't is an absolute turn on''! - Ridhi, 28 (3) 'Lift' Her Up "The best public place I've done it in is in a lift. We were at a hotel, heading to our room and before we got to it, we were already making out in the lift. I did see a security cam there but that just got me more excited!" - Ritika (name changed), 33 (4) In Sickness & In Health ''Okay, I am not too proud of this but I've done it on a hospital bed, when I was visiting my BF who'd injured himself. While he was recovering, he was admitted and one of the nights while I was staying with him, we somehow managed to do it. He was drugged AF but it's still the best *** I've ever had!" - Priyanka, 27 (5) Baby When The Lights Go Out "This one time my guy and I were at this public park, one of the biggest in the city and we'd decided to spend the night there by hiding when the sun sets, so that the guards wouldn't be able to locate us. We did just that and had the most thrilling night of our lives. The unimaginable places you can do it at a park are countless" - Priya, 26 (6) Freudian Dreams Do Come True "I definitely don't want to be judged for this but recently my boy and I found ourselves doing it on my parents bed and it was every bit of spectacular'' - Ketaki, 35 (7) For The Water Babies ''I've done it in a swimming pool of a hotel at night. Both of us were skinny dipping and obviously one thing led to the other. It's tiresome but absolutely worth it" - Kashish, 30 (8) U'n'Isex "I am sure everyone's done it in public loo. This one was at a bar and the loos were in the same space so we totally went at it, a couple of drinks down." - Mallika, 28 (9) Dots & Balls "We were at a friend's party and he had a pool table. I'd just met the guy and we got talking and shortly we were on his pool table tearing each other's clothes apart!" - Sukanya (name changed), 28 (10) Day Time Matinee "I remember we used to bunk college a lot and go for these movies that played during the afternoon. There used to be barely any people in the hall. Best place to make out I think! I am sure you'll catch these movies playing every day, if anyone wants to give this a try" - Radhika, 29 (11) I Like It Clean "Umm, I've done it in the shower and it's really something. Get your man into the shower with you and you'll know what I am talking about"! - Pallavi, 25 (12) It's Called A Streetie "We were walking on a busy street in the city and I don't know what came over us, we found a bend and started making out there, in broad daylight! Making out then transcended to something else completely!" - Surabhi ( name changed), 34 There are numerous other places you can practice some 'safe ***' other than your bed. No kidding! My favourite is while on a trek, in the middle of a jungle! But then again, whatever floats your boat. So, why don't you for the sake of an experiment, get out of your comfort zone and try some new exciting places to get it on with your girl? With her consent, of course!
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  4. Actor Anupam Kher deserves a special mention in the list of celebrity doppelgangers. Why? Because after his next movie, people won't be able to differentiate between him and former prime minister Dr. Manmohan Singh. Instagram We're talking about his upcoming movie 'The Accidental Prime Minister' and the uncanny resemblance he shares with the former PM. Instagram Anupam Kher, who has been constantly updating his fans about the movie on social media, recently shared this BTS video from the film sets, on the last day of their shoot. In the video, Kher is seen dressed as Dr. Manmohan Singh, sipping chai with on-screen Sonia Gandhi, Suzanne Bernert. Instagram What's the best way to stop spoilers from getting circulated? Share it yourself and Anupam Kher did exactly that. He wrote, "On the sets of 'The Accidental Prime Minister' somebody quietly shoots a candid moment between Suzanne Bernert playing Mrs Sonia Gandhi and I having tea and biscuits and shares it on social media. Now it is already on TV channels. So the best option is to share it myself. So here it is. Enjoy," View this post on Instagram On the sets of #TheAccidentalPrimeMinister somebody quietly shoots a candid moment between @suzannebernert playing #MrsSoniaGandhi and I having tea & biscuits and shares it on social media. Now it is already on tv channels. So the best option is to share it myself. So here it is. Enjoy.ððð¤ #DrManmohanSingh @tapmofficial @sunil_s_bohra @vijay.gutte #LastDayShoot #CrowdScenes #SocialMediaLife A post shared by Anupam Kher (@anupampkher) on Oct 26, 2018 at 8:55am PDT In another post, Kher wrote that "And it is a WRAP for one of my most cherished films. Thank you the cast and the crew for the most enriching times. Thank you #DrManmohanSinghJi for your journey. It has been a great learning experience for me." View this post on Instagram And it is a WRAP for one of my most cherished films #TheAccidentalPrimeMinister. Thank you the cast and the crew for the most enriching times. Thank you #DrManmohanSinghJi for your journey. It has been a great learning experience for me. I did have my reservations before doing this film and also wrongly judged you at times but today after finishing the shoot and having almost lived the role for more than one year i can say it with utmost sincerity that history will not misjudge you. Will wait to have that cup of tea with you once you watch our film. ðð #JoyOfCinema @tapmofficial A post shared by Anupam Kher (@anupampkher) on Oct 26, 2018 at 3:19pm PDT He further wrote, "I did have my reservations before doing this film and also wrongly judged you at times but today after finishing the shoot and having almost lived the role for more than one year I can say it with utmost sincerity that history will not misjudge you. Will wait to have that cup of tea with you once you watch our film." Directed by Vijay Ratnakar Gutte, 'The Accidental Prime Minister' is a political drama based on the 2014 memoir written by Sanjaya Baru, and is expected to release on December 21.
  5. First relationships can be tricky. You never seem to know for sure what you're supposed to do, how you're supposed to do it, what you should be saying or when you should be saying it! As exciting as the possibility of landing your first relationship is, be warned that most often your expectations might fail in reality. A Visual.ly report states that 44% of American adults are currently single, whereas a YouGov stats suggest that out of the 46% of married adults in Britain, 27% are married to their first loves! Numbers are but a mere combination of digits when it comes to something as unexpected and educating as a relationship. More so if that relationship happens to be your first love affair! © Colour Yellow Production While the racing heartbeat and weak knees are all fun, wait till you get to the part when the newness and pleasant surprises begin to lose their charm, and you kind of begin to come to terms with the more “serious and laborious” aspect of maintaining a lovey-dovey relationship. You may end up feeling clueless about certain situations and emotions, and fret over goofing things up instead of mending them. Well, before you give up and decide that relationships might not be your cuppa tea, read through these 7 honest pieces of advice and words of caution from real people around the world( read: Redditors), for a much better head start in the department. 1. “Relax. Don't forget to breathe. She isn't perfect and neither are you even though it feels like it is. That's perfectly OK. If you have something on your mind: say it. Nothing good comes of bottling up.” - zzzuluz © MensXP As a rule of thumb, you may want to remember this for good. Walk into this relationship with no expectations, and to seek just affection and companionship. Let the rest unfold in its own sweet time, as the two of you figure things out. 2. “Communication is key. Don't be afraid to talk about issues or concerns you have. Talk about what you want, and listen to what they want. Help each other get those things. And don't ever say something in the heat of anger just to hurt them. Once it's out you can't ever take it back, and unlike the movies, they probably will leave.” - admlshake © MensXP Like every other relationship, a romantic one also thrives on communication. Being vocal about your feelings helps you to navigate through tough situations more cordially. You'll build an understanding that's far more precious. 3. “Pick your battles. No, not everything needs to be discussed deeply and emotionally. Maybe you don't like how she twirls her hair when she's thinking, or that one shirt you find really gaudy, but before you complain about something consider: Is this a you problem or a her problem?” - orangepeeling © MensXP Arguments will happen. That's a no-brainer. Two independently thinking adults will have different views and those views might clash sometimes. But at the same time, you need to choose which fights you really want to pick. 4. “Do not under any circumstances make her your entire life and have a life and hobbies outside of her. This will come in very handy when the eventual break up happens. Also, don't tell her anything and everything. She's your girlfriend, not a therapist. Keep some stuff to yourself. I made the mistake of sharing all of my dark and depressive thoughts with her, which put too much pressure on her to make me happy.” - lordkeith © MensXP Well, this one is different but makes sense. First relationships often make us lose a sense of reality and we are left engulfed in the undying flames of new found love. However, losing yourself over someone is a bad idea. So, be sure you still hang out with your mates and enjoy your own company at times. 5. “Jealousy kills everything. Don't be clingy, give each other space, and assume it will all probably end one day.... don't sweat it, there will be more.” - cnik70 © MensXP A little bit of it goes a long way, but as soon as you overdo it, jealousy is bound to ruin your relationship. 6. “It's going to end, probably in a blunt way, and it's going to suck.” - agedscotch © MensXP Sad, but perhaps true. So in case you come to bear the burnt, then don't stop to lick your wounds. Gather the broken pieces and find better ways of healing your broken heart. 7. “Don't forget that breaking up is a reasonable solution to many of the possible problems.” - Iggybdawg © MensXP And if you don't fall in the previous category, but instead feel this girl is too much to handle for your own sanity or things just don't seem to be adding up, well then break up with her in a polite manner. Call it quits and both of you will thank each other for it later. However, we must bring to your notice that there would always be a lot to learn from your first relationship. But it's important that you go with the flow of things and figure things out along the way. We must remember that some people find love at first sight, while for others it takes a lifetime. So don't lose heart and work on building your relationship instead. Then who knows, you might even end up meeting your better half in your first love.
  6. If you are deep into the world of social media, then there wouldn't have been a single day when you didn't come across a viral YouTube video on one platform or the another. The booming industry of producing YouTube videos usually stems from the basic need to share information and knowledge with a community of viewers with similar interests. But with the immense success and recognition, that the platform is capable of bringing to its creators, money has closely started to follow behind the early intentions. The Hindu once reported that “over 300 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute, and five million videos are watched every day.” With such impressive numbers, it shouldn't come as a surprise that the monetary benefits from YouTube are a major reason why more and more people are getting onto the platform. Earlier this year, YouTube made some changes to its monetisation policies which affected many niche content creators. As per the new requirements, creators now need 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours of watch time within the past 12 months. Getting to this point is a tough task, especially if you are just starting out. Fret not, we did some research on your behalf and found out what these 5 successful YouTubers have to say about getting those numbers, and making big bucks through YouTube: 1. Sandeep Maheshwari Known for his insightful motivational talks and poignant YouTube videos, Maheshwari also happens to be the fastest growing entrepreneur in India, who founded Imagesbazaar.com. In the video posted below, Sandeep lays down the basics of the money-making aspect of YouTube for beginners to grasp, apply to their channels and grow it into a business over time. 2. Deadbeat Super Affiliate As the name suggests, Dan Brock sure knows a thing or two about how to churn out big bucks through affiliate marketing on YouTube. If you do not know what affiliate marketing is, then perhaps that's where you should start from. Affiliate marketing is one of the biggest ways of earning on YouTube, and the trick Brock shares in this video, will surely do the trick if done right. 3. BeerBiceps Most of you already know the guy and probably also swear by his content. Ranveer is not just a certified fitness and wellness coach, but also a highly successful YouTube influencer. In the following TEDx Talks video, he shares his own success story in great details and also imparts the audience with insider's tricks of how to employ different tactics to generate income using your YouTube brand. 4. Ur IndianConsumer Prasad Vedpathak aka Ur IndianConsumer on YouTube, is a reviewer and vlogger who has established himself as a credible brand for honest tech reviews. His video on how to make money on YouTube is a comprehensive guide for anyone who is new to this platform, and wishes to learn the tricks of the trade. Trust the guy to honestly give it to you in this video. 5. Video Influencers In the following video, Sean Cannell effectively elaborates on 5 solid ways of making money on YouTube. The detailed video will help you understand not only the basics of monetisation, but also the little intricacies of generating revenue. Spare those 10 minutes of your life, and unravel the trade secrets from the man himself. We hope you're pumped about those big bucks now.
  7. دل دے اندر خانہ کعبہ، ساڈا ہویا گھر وِچ حَج آپ اِمام تے آپ نمازی، آپے بانگاں دیواں اَج نیڑے آ کے ویہڑے ساڈے وَسنا ای تے وَس چمکاں مار نہ دُوروں سانُوں، اینویں نہ پیا گَج تیرا اِک علاج میں دَسّاں، جا کے شِیشہ ویخ اپنا کُجھ تے نظر نہ آوے، سانُوں دَسنا ایں بَج آپے لاوے عِشق عدالت، آپے پھائیاں پاوے آپ وکیل تے آپے مُلزم، آپے بَنیا اپنا جَج لَے میں پنجواں بال کے چَلّی، رکِھیں میرِیاں شَرماں تُوں لجپال سداؤندا واصفؔ، پالِیں میری لَج
  8. There are some people who get trolled, even when they don't do anything. Chetan Bhagat is one of those unfortunate souls. Once again, the author of 'Half Girlfriend', 'Five Point Someone', and 'The 3 Mistakes Of My Life' became the butt of all jokes when Ola launched a campaign in collaboration with him. © Instagram If you follow Ola on Twitter, then you must have come across their latest campaign called 'Ride With Chetan'. Basically, they are giving a chance to some lucky people to travel with the author and the offer ends on September 25. Reportedly, this campaign is to promote Bhagat's latest book 'Girl In Room 105'. Let an Ola take you to your destination today and your next ride could be with me! Book your Ola today. Offer lasts till 25th September. #RideWithChetan#TheGirlInRoom105 pic.twitter.com/CnYQwmHDfz — Chetan Bhagat (@chetan_bhagat) September 18, 2018 Chetan Bhagat is a renowned author, and several of his books have been turned into movies that have been a commercial success. So, sharing a car with him sounds like a lucrative deal, right? Or so we thought and so did Ola too. But, if you have already seen the campaign, then you must have seen people's reaction as well. While Ola was hopeful that people will jump on to this opportunity, folks instead trolled Bhagat and joked that they would rather take an Uber to avoid this offer. Thnks for the warning in advance. Time to avoid @Olacabs and use @Uber_India till the 25th Sep.. ð¸ð¸ — Vinay Kumar Dokania (@VinayDokania) September 18, 2018 Thanks for the warning… OLA App deleted until further notice — Raj Malpekar (@malpekar) September 18, 2018 This looks like a conspiracy by @Uber_India to run @Olacabs out of business. I will not get into my own car if Chetan Bhagat is with me. A ride in mumbai local in peak hours is sounds better than riding an Ola with Greatest porn writer from IITs and IIMs. — AJ (@aj0007777) September 18, 2018 ð±ð±Scary. Till 25th it's Uber for me! — Rajan Alexander (@devconsultgroup) September 18, 2018 If I take this ride, it will be one of 'The 3 Mistakes of my life'. — Waseem Ahmed (@Waseem_Ahmed11) September 18, 2018
  9. When we recently told you about the urban monk Jay Shetty, who has been changing people's mindsets and therefore their life, we saw a lot of you really "liked" it. We totally understand why that must be, since Jay can so matter-of-factly describe deep observations on life and people which most of us come to relate to almost immediately. © Facebook For any of you who doesn't know who the man in discussion is, let's say that Jay has been influencing people's mindset in the most poignant yet easy manner and literally turning their life around simply by the power of words that are based on active human experiences. That is why he instantly became an online sensation and his wisdom went viral. © Facebook Jay is super active on social media and regularly updates his YouTube channel with such effective and relatable content that hits a million views within a span of few hours. It is however more than his captions and videos that have been changing people's lives, it is actually a few "blink and you miss" gems he drops here and there that's making all the difference. We bring you 7 out of the zillion words of wisdom by Jay, that will make you take a second look at your life. 1. "Failures are only failures when we don't learn from them, because when we learn from them they become lessons." This is so simple and yet 99.01% of us fail to realise this simple fact in life. We constantly crib and cry over spilt milk and keep mulling over the whys and hows of our failure. But Jay tells us that failure can be instantly turned into lessons by learning from them! © Facebook 2. “We force ourselves out of bed to live the same day again and again and call it a life.” This may remind you of school, college, work or perhaps some other activity you indulge in on a day-to-day basis. But what this made us rethink was how many of us even keep aside mere 30 minutes out of 1440 minutes a day, to indulge in a hobby we feel really passionately about? 3. “The same technology that brings us close to those far away, takes us far away from the people that are actually close.” So. Bloody. True. None of us, and mind you that we mean it when we say that none of us can shrug this one off because this happens to be a reality of every millenial (and after) reading this right now. The WWW and smartphones have taken over and living people we care for are constantly fighting a losing battle for our attention every single day. How sad is that? © Facebook 4. “Money is only a tool. It will take you wherever you wish, but make sure it does not replace you as the driver.” Yes my handsome readers, those colourful notes you're constantly running after (to pay the bills and for 100 other reasons), make sure that does not end up becoming your first and last love, 'cause no one wants to end up like Dickens' Scrooge. 5. “We spend the whole day trying to get our work on time, but then spend all of our time thinking about work.” Besides Jay, only the ones who are guilty of it shall be able to gauge the last drop of truth in this one statement. Not much needs to be said for this one but all we can say is if you don't relate to it then we're dangerously envious of your job. © Facebook 6. “We don't know who we want to become, because we're too distracted by who everyone else is becoming.” Thanks to every “Sharma ji ka beta” and the more than perfect Instagram feed of online celebs, all of our goals and priorities have shifted. This generation is too easy to influence and that's meddling with most people's aspirations in life. 7. “It's not about how slow you go, just as long as you don't stop.” We had to say it because you need to hear it. It does not matter if what you're trying to achieve is slow to come by. All you gotta do is keep pushing, up the hustle and ensure that you don't give up. Trust us, what you deserve always finds a way to reach you. We love these because they really do make you ponder over the life that we're leading in such a simple manner.
  10. Rejections and failures are said to be the best teachers in life. They allow us to assess the circumstances and prepare for a better comeback in the future, thereby not only enabling us to learn from our mistakes but also help improve upon our strengths. While other rejections in life may be a little easier to get past, a rejection in the matters of the heart can a lot of time to get over, especially if you really love someone but the feelings are not reciprocated. As hard as it can be, there's no denying that the majority of us might have been through it. © Pexels That got us thinking if we could perhaps get together and chart out the major deciding factors behind those rejections and quickly got down to it. We went around asking fellow friends and young girls and there surfaced what seems to be like a common trope behind most rejections. These reasons are pretty easy for guys to overlook but matter a whole lot to the girls and play an important role in their decisions. So be sure to read through to find out what they said. 1. Your Personality Is Too Strong Or Not Strong Enough via GIPHY “I see red flags when a guy is domineering to the point of trying to take control of my life. I hate that in a man.” - Lavanya Chauhan We know it seems more like a contradiction but most of the women we asked said that while they liked a man who is confident and has a purpose in life, they were also repelled by the ones who tend to be overbearing and have a controlling streak, thus inhibiting their freedom and movement. They want to be able to breathe in the relationship, but that also doesn't mean they want you to be too mellow. 2. You Exhibit Lack Of Confidence via GIPHY “I can instantly tell if I want to date a guy by the way he carries himself. He need not be the most good looking guy in the room, but he needs to have an air of confidence around him.” - Mohana Deb We also noticed that just like men like dating confident women, women also have the hots for men who exude confidence. Most women we spoke to would rather go for a man who may be average looking but has loads of confidence and knows his sh*t. They feel that men who have confidence mostly tend to be more receptive towards various aspects of the relationship and know how to take control when needed. 3. Lack Of Initiative via GIPHY “I absolutely hate it when guys don't put any efforts into the relationship. I mean what's the point of such a lengthy courtship if you don't give a shit about our future?” - Rupal Singh Now this one is important because almost all the women we spoke to mentioned this one. Lack of initiative and effort in a relationship is a major turn-off for women. We were also told that they really appreciate it when they see the guy investing in the relationship and its future just as much as they do. They like to know that you value her and what you share together. 4. You're Trying Too Hard via GIPHY “But my pet peeve is a guy jo gur pe makkhi ke jaise mujhse chipak jaye. I'd instantly run in the other direction.” - Tara Nair Again, if you feel this comes as a contradiction to the previous point, trust us, we agree too, but when we pointed that out what they said actually made sense. They said that they want and like the efforts you put in but that does not mean they are looking for someone who is clingy. Women like the sense of chase as much as you do, so it only makes sense if that goes against you. There you go. Make sure to steer clear of these in the future and hopefully you'll not face rejection
  11. I can't think of a better deal for men than women openly voicing out what they like and don't like. It's almost like you don't have to try too hard to figure out why women are mysterious, as long as they're vocal and if I have to give any advice to you lot, it's just going to be about how you should already know what women want, by the virtue of how they express themselves often. Don't get me yet? I stumbled upon this excellent compilation of 'women sharing their first date experiences' on Twitter and some of it is actually avoidable. It's only helpful for you because you're hearing it straight from the horse's mouth! © Pinterest A Twitter handle by the name of 'A Tribe Called Breast' asked some ladies to share their first date experiences and the ladies didn't stop telling since! Here, take a look and get some ideas, and the dos and don'ts in place! Ladies: tell me your worst date. — A Tribe Called Breast (@_ItsMissBre) 23 August 2018 A guy spent all of dinner telling me about his ex-girlfriends and how after each break-up he had to move out of their place and move back home. Then he asked how big my apartment was. https://t.co/XgbDwzzHhO — Danielle Sepulveres (@ellesep) 27 August 2018 Wow. Talk about a serial apartment inhabitant! Like seriously, why would you even bring up your ex girlfriends? That's one thing YOU should never do, unless of course she asks you point blank! Took me to a dinner where he didn't make reservations, so we couldn't get a table. Go to a different place where he proceeds to drink too much. On the way home asks me to get out two stops before my actual station to watch him pee into the train tracks. https://t.co/nLQ5Ecg0Kr — Natt à¸à¸²à¸£à¸¸à¸à¸£à¸±à¸à¸©à¸µà¸§à¸à¸¨à¹ (@nattgarun) 29 August 2018 Really, don't know what to say to this one except maybe plan your date better and don't drink like a thirsty goat on your first date? Why would you want to get drunk out of your mind instead of getting to know the woman you're on a date with? Oh and don't make her watch you pee? He picked me up on a Sunday morning. Thought we are going to have a breakfast date at a hotel. Ended up in the hotel's conference room where his church gathersð® Had to sit through a 2 hour church service ð¥ https://t.co/AL8br17vB2 — La Dolce Far Niente (@Onhwa86) 27 August 2018 Did I ever tell you about this one time I was on a date with a guy and he spent the whole evening trying to tell me about the goodness Christianity brings to people's lives, hoping I'd convert. He even tried to hand me some pamphlets. It was really weird. I mean what the fu** right? This one's exactly like that. Don't talk about religion on your first date. It really doesn't serve much of a purpose. © Pinterest Over coffee, he told me he was married but that his wife was "flexible". There was no second date. https://t.co/A20N8kGcl8 — Elizabeth (@historyinpearls) 29 August 2018 Uhh seriously? Don't pull this off. Ever. He talked about himself nonstop and only asked me two questions: 1) Was Michael Jackson guilty and 2) What was the point of the Dewey Decimal System? Then he got an emergency text about a fire in the chemistry lab he was supervising and invited me to come. HARD PASS. https://t.co/V6LUzTKJZ1 — Danielle Dreger (@DanielleDregerB) 28 August 2018 Okay guys, another reason why you may never get a second date is because all you did in the first date was talk about yourself and made the evening all about you and then just asked her to go home with you. I mean, why would she? Balance it out and ask relevant questions. Walked me to the bar, popped me down on a seat, said he was going for a shit, never came back. https://t.co/DC4aBoJbBH — Quim Jong-un (@sheikyerbouti_) 28 August 2018 Ouch. What a shitty excuse. © Twitter I showed up to meet a guy I'd only talked to online and the first thing out of his mouth was "You looked prettier in your pictures." Coincidentally it was also my shortest date. https://t.co/0vdA17mlnk — holly. (@hollydiggity) 28 August 2018 Yeaahhh, for all the 'blind daters' and people who meet online and then plan a date offline- if you don't like what you see, then be polite about it. He was a professional athlete who kept making sure I knew how impressive he was, and then told me in the car ON THE WAY to the restaurant, "There's a 90% chance I'm gonna sleep with you tonight." I guess he underestimated my 10% say in the matter. https://t.co/XlsKdTErvE — Kristin Butz (@TheRuralGaucho) 29 August 2018 This is just bad date ethics. Absolutely bad! Don't overestimate anything, ever! First Date: he took me home and we cooked/ate dinner with his mom and dad. https://t.co/jXBhnc2NOF — Kara McDowell (@karajmcdowell) 28 August 2018 Umm, why would you have a family dinner with your first date? What kind of a hurry are you in? Watched The Dark Knight in his room and he kept pausing it to check that I understood what was going on. Also lent me Sophie's Choice so that I would understand his degree better (he did philosophy) https://t.co/Zam06DkSGR — fre shavoc a do (@charlotteearney) 28 August 2018 I literally have no words except, don't underestimate the woman you're with, ever! © Thinkstock And here's 'Just Some Guy', acknowledging how 'wild' these stories are! the stories you all are sharing about worst dates are mad wild — just some guy (@b_eternal757) 23 August 2018 But seriously, if you're ever out on a first date with a woman, just be yourself, don't get too drunk or rude and underestimate her! Don't get ahead of yourself and certainly don't eat with your mouth open and always listen to the ladies!
  12. Raksha Bandhan is meant to be a celebration of the beautiful bond shared between brothers and sisters. Every year without fail, the day is marked on the calendar with a ton of reverence by sisters and as the date begins to draw closer, every brother ends up receiving a reminder about the same, every waking minute of his life. But is it always as good as it sounds? Maybe not. via GIPHY Though we're all aware of the sentiments behind the ritual, there have been multiple occasions in a guy's life when the rakhi celebrations have given him quite a scare for a number of reasons. So, we went around asking a few guys to let out those fears in the open and share them with all of us. Here's what they had to say: 1. The Fear Of Getting Bro-Zoned Is Real “Ever since our school days, I have been a little jittery about celebrating this day with anybody else besides my family. At school, our teachers would make such a fuss about the day and literally force the guys in the class to become rakhi-brothers to the girls of our class. Imagine the horror. Since then I have stayed away from school and college on this day for the fear of being bro-zoned by a girl I like” - Kunal, 23. 2. Struggles Of Celebrating Rakhi In A Joint Family via GIPHY “Ours is a joint family, so basically I have both of my Tau Ji and Bua living under the same roof, along with all of my first cousins. While all is fun and games on most days, Raksha Bandhan has been quite challenging ever since two of my older cousin sisters got married. Not being able to dig into the elaborate feast waiting for us until all the sisters are done tying their rakhis on every brothers' wrist, is quite a struggle as it is, but these two end up making us wait even longer now that they have to visit every time”, says Nishant, 20. 3. When Your Little Sister Is Also A Fangirl via GIPHY “Now this wouldn't have been as scary if someone didn't have a little sister who is a quite a fan. So a few years back she decided to surprise us by getting me a rakhi of her choice. To my horror I was indeed utterly surprised by the Hello Kitty rakhi she'd picked for me, which I was made to keep on for the next two days because she would begin to wail even at the mention of my desire to take it off”- Niketan, 18. 4. Getting Too Close To Scoring A Duck On Your Account Balance via GIPHY “Well, it wasn't until I started working that I really felt the pinch for the first time, since until then one could get away with a few chocolates per sister. But ever since I started drawing my paychecks, the demands have taken a whole new avatar and a few times during my initial years of work, I actually feared I would exhaust my limited bank balance! Now it's not an issue anymore though, it's just a once in a year affair so I am fine with that and grateful for the lovely sisters I have”- Prabhash, 26. 5. Playing Puppet To The Sister's Demands via GIPHY “Imagine having to concede to all of your sister's demand for an entire day just to keep up with the spirit of the day? Over the years we've maintained this one Raksha Bandhan ritual without a miss and even today, the day comes with an unspoken agreement between the two of us that we'd do whatever she plans for the day without questioning it. Trust me that can be pretty crazy than it sounds. I had once been tortured to sport my kurta-pyjama and tika to a posh restaurant we went to for dinner”- Devvrat, 25. 6. 'Sooni Kalaai' On The Day Of Rakhi via GIPHY “It isn't much but as a kid, I had once had to spend Raksha Bandhan at a relative's house in a different town. There was no one to tie a rakhi on my wrist in that house and I suddenly felt terrified at the thought of having a “sooni kalaai” on the day, despite having a sister of my own. When I told my daadi about it, she tied a mauli around my wrist. Actually, that did make me feel a little better”, says Kaushik, 25. Those were some pretty strange(and funny) fears these guys have had. Let us know in the comments if you've got some “Raksha Bandhan fears” of your own.
  13. Every year all of us wait patiently to see what's new in Android's latest update. The cycle is pretty clear by now; Google shows off upcoming features at I/O in June, Android Beta starts rolling out for those who just can't wait and the package is released OTA to supported devices in August. To start off, Android P has been named Pie and it's officially called Android 9.0 Pie. Since its inception, Google has named Android's updates after appetizing treats like Oreo, Marshmallow, Lollipop and more. With Android Pie, the focus has been on artificial intelligence, which will power the user experience on the OS. © BCCL The update is approximately 1.2GB in size and already available for download on the Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, and Pixel 2 XL. Earlier, only Google's Pixel and Nexus devices received the update immediately after release. This time, things have changed thanks to Project Treble. In partnership with OEMs like Sony, Xiaomi, HMD Global, OPPO, Vivo, OnePlus, and Essential, the Android P Beta was available to a range of many more devices. While the final update is already available for download to Pixel devices, these other phones too will be among the first to get it. © DigitallyBones / Twitter The other supported phones are: 1. Essential Phone 2. Nokia 7 Plus 3. OnePlus 6 4. Oppo R15 Pro 5. Sony Xperia XZ2 6. Vivo X21 7. Vivo X21UD 8. Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S The manufacturers shall take some a little time to further polish the OS, and release it soon. In fact, Essential has already pushed out the update OTA to the PH-1. And if you too are very excited and can't wait, you can download the appropriate beta system images onto your PC and manually flash Android P onto your phone. Even a few qualifying Android One devices shall directly receive the update, this includes all Nokia branded Android One phones as well as the Xiaomi Mi A2. © MensXP If you are already running the Android P Beta, you don't need to do anything right now. You just need to download the new version that will soon be available and install it. You'll continue to be on the Beta channel. The Android Pie update brings a host of new features like adaptive brightness, gestures, Digital Wellbeing, as well as new security features. Read Also: Top 5 New Features in Android P Update
  14. Everyone has a secret they would like to keep from their partners from time to time. It's not like they deliberately want to hide something to hurt the other person, it's just some innate fears of opening up completely to your partner, just so you don't get judged. The other day I met this woman and we were having a similar discussion and she told me she has 'secret sexy behaviours' she doesn't like to display in front of her boyfriend. It seriously sounded like a line from *** And The City but I knew what she was trying to say and I absolutely get that. © Twitter But more often than not, men are curious as always and they would always like to know what she keeps from them and never reveals. It's just to ease their burden to constantly try and understand and read women. So, I made it a little simpler. I asked 10 women about the one thing they have never confessed to their partner and this is what they had to say. I am As Shallow As They Come "My boyfriend doesn't know this but I am as shallow as they come. I have dumped guys in the past because of bad grammar, oily hair, bad skin or terrible breath. I am not kidding. No, I do look at their personality too but come on, you have to live with that face forever. Of course my boyfriend doesn't know this about me and thank god he's perfect, as of now" - Meera, 28 It's Okay To Fake It "Come on, like you don't know women fake orgasms? And it's absolutely okay to do so as well. It gives my man the power that he's pleased me in some way and he's super nice to me doing things for me all week long. So, I think it's absolutely worth faking. Don't get me wrong, he does give me real orgasms too at times but there are times when a girl has just gotta fake it"!- Tanya, 30 Sometimes I Chat With Other Boys "There are times I chat with other boys to distract myself when me and my guy have a bad fight. He says the meanest things to me at times and I find respite by randomly chatting other men up through a dating app. Yeah, I haven't deleted my Tinder profile yet and I don't intend to"! - Nancy, 23 I Am A Closeted Shopaholic "I shop more than he knows I do and I am not ashamed about it but he really doesn't have to know everything" - Kavya, 28 I Fantasise About Having *** With More Than 2 Men "I fantasise about having *** with more than two men but I can't tell my boyfriend that, he wouldn't take it well I think. I also fantasise about orgies and gangbangs but it's too much information to give out"! - Kanish (name changed), 33 I Smoke Pot "Yeah my boyfriend has a stick up his a** when it comes to 'drugs' but is pot really drugs? He wouldn't get it so I smoke pot behind his back without him finding out. What's the need"? - Sara, 32 I've Had *** With Other Women "My boyfriend doesn't know this but I have had flings with other women and quite enjoyed it. I know my boyfriend will be thrilled about the idea and would want us to experiment with another woman but I am afraid he'll keep asking me for that. So it's best he doesn't know". - Deepti, 27 I Masturbate A Lot "Me and my guy live together and anytime he's not around I masturbate because I love it." - Tarika ( Name changed), 30 I Don't Like His Mother "I really don't like his mother. She's intrusive, possessive and I think she's obsessed with him. I just can't get myself to say this to him". - Mallika, 29 I Check His Phone "I check his phone all the time and I have mastered the art of doing so, without him finding out! There's a thrill attached to it and I don't have a reason to really do it because he's honest but I still can't help myself"! - Divya, 26 I am sure there are things men don't tell women either but who's to judge if they're worse or better than these confessions you've just read above.
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