Originally posted by make-believe
I have a very small family and we're not the social butterfly types so that's not an issue...people keep on going back and forth peacefully between here and there all the time...in fact, we sorta wait and look forward to seeing each other with child-like excitement...sigh. Funnily enough I guess most people have nightmare relatives right out of Kekta soaps, so the expected mentality about them is ke rishtedaar nahi, koi balaa aagayi ho
My brother's getting married so unfortunately to disappoint you Mash, I have to visit
But yes, I'm not very surprised that you think so about your bahar se aane waalon relatives ke baare mein...who sweeter a person to welcome them than with thoughts like yours?
Ah...taana maar rahi ho mujhey?
Tum do taane aur maarlo yaar kyunke Kekta soaps ke characters toh nahin yeh but yes my relatives do tire me out...yahan waale hi nahin sambhalte, wahan se aatey hain toh dimag kharab hojata hai mera. I have a bigg family...BIG family and everyone in my family except me is a typical social butterfly types who has too much time and money to waste. And we don't have small intimate gatherings with just some close relatives...we have big elaborate events here where everyone can show off their clothes, their cars, their latest gold ring...and discuss the latest gossip. It'd sound like a cliche but it's not them, it's me. I feel like a misfit among them...though I have resigned myself to a fact that I'll always be a misfit anywhere I go...but apni family events mein toh mujhey apna aap almost alien lagne lagta hai...aur mujhey treat bhi ussi tarhaan se kiya jaata hai. Har aik ko mujh se shikayatein bohat hain...kisi ko birthday par wish nahin kiya, kisi ke bache ki tasweer facebook par nahin dekhi, kisi ki nand ki shadi mein nahin gai. My sisters are very social and sweet (too sweet)...I'm an ogre in comparison...because they don't understand that some people are anti-social, reserved by nature.
And wait...you are coming here
for your brother's wedding? Yahan
ki larki hai? Hayee zalimo!