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ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsWe are big on online shopping - the massive assortment of all things nice and bright on our smartphone screens, the price slash, the crazy BOGO offers, discounts on premium brands and that rush when we hit checkout - that's the kind of shopper's high we live on all day long. Online shopping is our guilty pressure and we are totally unapologetic about it. We love great fashion sale and yes, we are always aware of know the sale that is happening around us. You see, we got the sources! But this time it's something big; something we cannot miss even for the world; something that's making us lose our calm. Flipkart's Best Of Season Sale is back and it has all our attention (and money!). This time we hear it's going to be bigger and better and we cannot help but channelise our inner Carrie Bradshaw to survive this the five days of this sale, between December 20 and 24. And while we are on it, this is exactly how we are feeling as we go head-to-head with the BOSS of all Fashion Sales. 1. The FOMO Is Real Who wants to miss the biggest sale of this year? We know we cannot miss deals like Flat 80% Off on over two lakh styles and Extra 10% Off On Day 1, that is December 20. To be honest, we have already wishlisted our stuff and are all set to add those to our cart. 2. We're Not Taking Our Eyes Off The Flipkart App Not even for once! We are totally glued to our smartphones and making sure that we get the lowest price on our favourite brands #OnlyOnFlipkart. And if you take our advice, we'd suggest you get on your Flipkart app right now. 3. We're Making Space In Our Wardrobe Because Well, More Fashion This is not your run-off-the-mill sale, this is the BOSS of all Fashion Sales! And by that we mean massive discounts on fresh collection. Think 50-80% off on amazing premium brands. So before we get on to the sale, we need to get rid of our old stuff and make some space in our wardrobe. Ok, bye! 4. We LITERALLY Cannot Decide What To Buy With mind blowing discounts on fresh stock across clothing and footwear and never-before-prices on premium brands and trends, we cannot decide what to buy. Maybe we should buy 'em all! 5. When We Finally Get Our Favourite Brand On Discount This sums up that feeling when our favourite brand gets a 50-80% off and we get another 10% discount on our SBI Debit Card. The joy is irrepressible! As we quickly add the products in our cart, we are secretly hi-fiving to ourselves in our head on our achievement of getting the best deal. What a job well done, don't you think? Well, this is how we feel as we get close to Flipkart Best Of Season Sale. Our phones are fully charged, we have memorised our credit card numbers, our wishlist is complete and we are hooked to the website. Ask any online shopaholic and they will relate to us in a heartbeat. But if you still have doubts, go have a look at the offers here. We bet you'll change your mind!
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsWhile most people were busy exiting from their 123456th 'Let's Go Goa' WhatsApp group, or bailing out on that Saturday night plan because of a match; I was chilling In Pune at one of the coolest music festivals to ever take place in India in recent time. via GIPHY Yes, we're talking about the BACARDÍ NH 7 Weekender and in a recap of everything awesome that happened at the fest, here are 10 pictures that perfectly sum up the craziness. In all honesty, it took me a couple of days to recuperate from the madness that this event brought with it. Now that I have gotten over the hangover of this music festival, here I am to share my experience and all amazing things that happened there. ' If you too were in Pune for the music fest, then you will know exactly what I am talking about. © fleck media From comedians like Biswa Kalyan Ruth, Zakir Khan, Kaneez Surka and Sapan Verma tickling people's funny bones to artists like Ritviz, FKJ, Joe Satriani, God Is An Astronaut, Parvaaz and Salim-Sulaiman blowing our minds away; the killer line-up got the audience going 'bat' shit crazy (if you know what we *cough* BACARDÍ *cough* mean by bat.) © fleck media The fest was panned across 5 different stages - BACARDÍ Arena, The Doers Club (Dewar's), Breezer Vivid, BACARDÍ House Party Sessions, and Insider Other Stage. We don't know about your house party scenes, but for the rest of us, there can never be a better house party than the Bacardi House Party Sessions that pack some of the amazing party anthems to groove on. If your luck was anywhere close to mine, then no matter which stage you went to, you would have only spotted a couple of hands raised up in the air. © fleck media Talking about crazy, there were many who were living their Comic-Con dreams in Pune, by using funny props or dressing up weirdly. But, hey we're not complaining at all, we actually love this. © fleck media © fleck media Other interesting elements which deserve an honorary mention were the photo-op booths and, of course, the stages, which could easily give Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Rohit Shetty's movie sets a run for their money any given day. Just look at them. © fleck media © Instagram © fleck media Any music fest means great food and drinks and this one did not disappoint us at all. With food trucks and stalls like the Belgian Waffle, Mahlzheit, The Chimney Cone Project, Bombay Food Truck at our disposal to relish our taste buds; this was hands down any foodie's haven. © Instagram © fleck media In case, you feel we missed out on anything fun that you came across at the Weekender Pune, then let us know in the comments section below.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsFive years ago, Jose Mourinho reportedly broke into tears when he learnt that David Moyes was appointed as the successor to Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United. Not known for being so emotional, Mourinho had wanted this job for years and following his fallout with Real Madrid in 2013, the Portuguese was expected by many to take the charge at hallowed Old Trafford. But, it wasn't meant to be, at least not at that time. Missing out on the dream job, the master tactician had to contend with his second innings at Chelsea which lasted for two years. During that period, United's struggle to find a worthy successor to Sir Alex saw the likes of Moyes, Ryan Giggs (interim player-manager) and Louis van Gaal make brief appearances in the dug-out. It was in 2016 that Mourinho got his wish as United - struggling to match their rivals - placed their faith in the Portuguese. With many allowing him some time to get into the groove at United, Mourinho did fairly well in his debut season, winning three trophies - FA Community Shield, EFL Cup and Europa League. But, in the years that followed, Mourinho has neither been productive nor impressive. The United manager ended last season, his second year in charge at Old Trafford, empty-handed before taking in a disappointing summer transfer window and a testing start to his third year at the helm. © Reuters The ongoing season saw the Red Devils lose two of their opening three league games for the first time in 26 years, including a 3-0 home defeat to Tottenham Hotspur - also the heaviest home defeat in Mourinho's career. The fact that United are currently languishing at the 10th spot with just four wins in their first nine EPL games and, more recently, losing 0-1 to Juventus in the UEFA Champions League group game at home, sums up the plight of Mourinho. But, the Portuguese's problems don't end at the lack of trophies. The United owners and fans expected Mourinho to take his time to get going and bring the lost glory at the Manchester club. However, even if you give the benefit of doubt to the Portuguese regarding the lack of silverware, you just can't overlook the fact that United have shed their attacking style of play in favour of a more defensive and reserved approach. To the sheer disbelief of former United players and fans, Mourinho has been seen deploying different tactics in a bid to turn their misfortunes. It's like, he is stuck between the devil and the deep blue sea. He wants United to play defensively and, in the process, expects his side to snatch a 1-0 win. But, the fact that he knows the fans and United stars will not accept that, further makes his style a bit dodgy and unconvincing - the current state of United's sordid campaign. © Reuters The Ferguson's United dominated the Premier League on the back of their attacking display. It was the attacking intent to score goals while standing firm in defence that allowed Ferguson's men to notch up one silverware after another. Even when they lost, the fans and pundits were content with the way they played. But, Mourinho's United is not like that, something that further dents Mourinho's reputation at Old Trafford. What makes Mourinho's situation even more difficult, is the fact that while United seem to be going backwards, their rivals have taken huge strides to establish themselves. On one hand, where United have lost their presence in the competition, the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool are scaling new heights. Even Chelsea, for that matter, have shown great signs of improvement in such a short time under new manager Maurizio Sarri. So, why after three years, United are still waiting for Mourinho to find a winning formula? - a question that continues to echo at Old Trafford. © Reuters The frustration of United fans has reached an all-time high which probably explains why they were so keen to turn up for 'The Sportsman's Manchester Referendum' - ahead of their Champions League loss against Juventus. The ballot saw thousands of United supporters casting their vote (online and in person) on Mourinho's future at Old Trafford. And, the results weren't surprising at all. Out of over 15,000 votes, 55 per cent United supporters supported the axing of Mourinho as manager. We're three seasons into Mourinho's reign now. The Man Utd management has already spent a lot of money on players. But, the results are nowhere to be seen. The time is clearly running out for the Portuguese, especially with the Glazer family eyeing former Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane as a potential replacement. And, now with the fans expressing their displeasure, it's certain that Mourinho's head will roll, the question is only 'when'.