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Déjà vu – A Feeling of Familiarity

‘Déjà vu’  (French) means ‘already seen’ it’s a phenomenon of having the feeling that the situation currently being experienced has already been experienced in the past. It is a feeling of familiarity.

Sitting in a restoration and waiting for somebody for the first time, all of a sudden you notice that you came to this restaurant for the first time or even to the city but there is something which says you are repeating it, it is not for the first time! You have already been here waiting for the same somebody! What! When! And you can’t really reply this ‘what’ & ‘when’. Only thing which you can do is to keep the belief yes it had occurred even before which I can’t recollect, may be not in this life!

Not only Restaurant neither meeting or waiting for somebody, there may be some other situations or moments where you may have the same type of feeling i.e. Déjà vu. 

 

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Topic – Déjà vu – a feeling of familiarity

What do you say ? Does Déjà vu really happens? If yes, ever tried to solve this puzzle? Got any success or clue? How often and what types of Déjà vu you have been through. Déjà vu is like a mystery, you may have a lot of points on this topic to discuss and share.

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Laughter may bring tears…

Laughter may bring tears! Have you ever heard about it? Or Tears of Happiness?

I bet you might have already heard about it. Lets talk about how often it happens and what are the reasons which are responsible to bring such tears. You might have gone through such stages where your happiness brought tears in your eyes.

If your happiness brings tears to others eyes then either those eyes belong to someone very close to you or the one who is very jealous to you, for the former is tears of happiness and for the later – tears of jealousy.

For sure we are talking about ‘Tears of Happiness’. You may have different opinion but in today’s world not everyone is that lucky to get tears of happiness very often. The reason of such tears are not happiness but the sense and awareness towards such happiness. The Higher the sense you have towards your happiness the higher you have emotions.

Emotions drives the sense of happiness and when it is extreme your emotions responds and then tears come out.

I believe everyone experiences it no matter how often but for sure everyone does.

 

 

 

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Topic – Laughter may bring tears

Have you ever thought why the laughing emoji of WhatsApp has tears in its eyes! That’s the sign of extreme joy and happiness.

One example – When a father gives something to his child both laugh and when a child gives something to his/her father – both cries. Why! Because both feel the extreme of happiness!!

May you get such tears too and enjoy your happiness!

I am sure you got even more thought about this topic. I believe it didn’t make you speechless. Lets discuss further about it let us know about your happiness and experiences towards tears. 

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Women Can’t drive like Men?

Last Night I saw someone talking about women and and their driving skill…

It was not first time when I heard, “Women can’t drive like Men do.”

Many people are align with this statement, even I have heard from few girls that they can’t drive that good.  One of my ex-flatmate used to say, “I can tell just by seeing a running car if the driver is a woman.” I just used to smile and I never accepted it as I don’t find a logic behind it. Still people have such perception. Though I don’t find any logic, there was a time few years back when we all colleagues planned for a small outing and a long drive, we were talking about the cars and people to make a group for each car.. and I was picked for a car which was drove by a lady, I was scared. Once I even murmured, ah I am not even married, have to be safe. 

Then a few days back I saw a car at some distance and I just thought it seems to be a lady driver and oh my God, I was right.

I don’t know whether women can drive like men or not but for sure they can drive men.

What could be the reason of such perception that Women Can’t drive like men? What’s your opinion or perception on it?  Whatever it is, how you gonna prove it ?

Seems you have many things to say on this topic or you too believe like majority that woman can’t drive like a man!!

 

 

 

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Topic – Women Cant Drive Like Men

Girls, are you scared of traffic or have many important things running inside your mind? Do you believe it too?

If you never drove, are you going to get a training and be perfect  to change the perception?

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Boy: I never had a crush.

Girl: Same here, I never had a crush.

Who is right Boy or the girl? or both? Who usually use this line? Or,

Saying “I never had a crush” is a myth?

 

Do you agree with this statement, if yes please explain, how? If not, then let us know who is/are/was/were your crush/crushes.

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Word of the Day - Chintzy
Word of the Day – Chintzy
 
Example:

 

Chintzy can be used as given below example,

 

I stopped buying from one shop and continued with some other one, once I had to get back to the earlier one where I was treated as a chintzy customer.

 

Chintzy:


Adjective Chintzy: of very poor quality; filmsy

Embarrassingly stingy

Having a colorful flowery pattern; decorated with or in a similar style to chintz

Noun Chintz, Chintziness 

Synonyms:

Chintzy has synonyms like cheap, crumby, crummy, punk, sleazy, tacky, tinny

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Under the weather:

slightly unwell or in low spirits, drunk, suffering from a hangover. 

Idiom - under the weather
Idiom – under the weather
Example:

Jenny: Hey Soilie! After a long time huh! Where have you been?

Soilie: Hey, actually I was under the weather for a week however I am feeling better now.

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xenophobia

Example:

Xenophobia can be used in given below example,

Xenophobia is curbed to the maximum by today’s Globalization.

Meeting new people from across the globe and learning their languages can be very helpful in overcoming Xenophobia.

 

 

Xenophobia:


Noun Xenophobia: fear or hatred of foreigners, people from  different cultures, or strangers

fear or dislike of the customs, dress, etc.,  of people who are culturally different from oneself

Synonyms:

Xenophobia has synonyms like nationalism, ethnocentrism, ethnocentricity, racism, isolationism, racialism, intolerance, bigotry, racial hatred, jingoism, isolationism, prejudice, bias.

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Have you ever asked anyone, “I need your cellphone”? Or somebody else asked the same to you?

Why you had to ask for someone else’s phone? How they react when you ask for it?

What happens when you are asked to give your cellphone to someone? What all sorts of things come to your mind at that time.

And what happens when the person is stranger and/or of opposite gender and asks for it to make an urgent call?

How do you react?

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Pull Yourself Together:

Calm down, get a grip on oneself, get over it, recover control of one’s emotions, regain one’s composure, regain one’s self-control.

Example:

After a  lot of tries he couldn’t make a place in any of the job placements, now its hard for him to pull himself together.