‘Wait and watch, keep your cards in your pocket’

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Lifestyle - I saw this girl at a place and man­aged to get her num­ber. I chat­ted with her on What­sAp for months. We never met. When I asked her if we can start dat­ing, she said she wasn’t in­ter­ested in a re­la­tion­ship. Nowa­days, our chats are con­fined to wish­ing on bir

I am in love with my school friend. But, he is very dif­fi­cult to un­der­stand and too dif­fer­ent. Our com­mon friend likes him and has al­ready con­fessed her love for him. He hasn’t replied to her. I have heard that he likes her. I don’t want to hurt the girl who likes him as she is my bestie. He doesn’t know that I like him. I feel he is drift­ing away from my friend­ship. What should I do other than con­fess­ing my love to him? Bunny Bunny, in the words of Elvis Pres­ley, ‘Don’t’. In the words of Bea­tles ‘Honey Don’t’. She’s made the first move, first let’s see how that plays out. Let’s wait for his re­sponse. Your spies says that he is in­ter­ested in her. As you are un­paid ‘hon­orary’ love man­ager, I have to ad­vise you to stay put. Be­sides, he’s also si­mul­ta­ne­ous by pulling away from you. So, I say, please don’t con­fess any­thing to any­one. If you feel stiffed talk to a plant. Plants, I have found are very good in keep­ing se­crets. Af­ter a few re­la­tion­ships you may even find you pre­fer plants to men, and rightly so. For now wait and watch. Keep your cards in pocket.


AM, your crush has al­ready de­clined your re­quest, You, only greet each other on spe­cial oc­ca­sions, and that it ap­pears is fixed to re­spond. This kind of cor­dial re­sponse means noth­ing. She is not in­ter­ested. You’ll have a bet­ter chance go­ing out with a fes­ti­val. So please What­sapp the next one. I dated my first love for two-anda-half years. We broke up three years back. He was emo­tion­ally and phys­i­cally abu­sive. He re­cently con­tacted me and asked for my for­give­ness. I’ve for­given Con­fused Soul, I be­lieve ev­ery­one de­serves a sec­ond chance. But I also be­lieve that peo­ple should roam around only with one shoe, and that all Hip-Hop mu­sic should be ex­punged and de­stroyed. So, let me give you the politi­cians an­swer. Which is Yes & No, or 50/50. Or maybe you should give him a sec­ond chance. You seem to re­ally like him, maybe he has changed. Some peo­ple get fat­ter, some thin­ner, and some stop be­hav­ing like psy­chotic nut­cases. I say video tape his prom­ise to be kind and nice to you, and keep it as col­lat­eral. Chalo, just to get me to stop writ­ing any­more, give him a sec­ond chance.

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