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9 Lovely Situations every couple can relate


How about you meet someone who says, “Hey, I was on a date, and – wow – we had incredible chemistry.” In a nutshell, chemistry means feeling an intense attraction towards each other. You’d probably feel moments like your knees are trembling, heart in your mouth and butterflies in your bellies. And you’re just waiting for the right time to get so, like more private, right?

Here are some of the lovely situations you can relate from:

  1. In the middle of the bantering…

All of a sudden, in between of an absolute silence, the laughter trails off, there is something, your eyes are sparkling, and there is a cunning smile on your face.

2. Middle of hugging…

In the middle of hugging you take extra seconds to hold each other, you do not pull away from each other, feel the bones through clothes without moving.

3. When you’re simply talking

…and stand so close that you feel your bodies are magnetized.
You wouldn’t allow someone else to steal your space and just feel that touch on your body.

4. When the voice changes:

When your conversation adumbrates you that there is something sexual.
Your voice changes, and it becomes lighter, airier and authentic.

5. Stay longer at a Party or Home:

You give excuses to stay a little longer at their party or home. And of course, they have the same idea.


6. Spare moments for walking:

When you wink at each other, and it doesn’t look creepy or cheesy.


 7. When you’re looking into each other’s eyes


8. When you’re distracted by the beauty of the person and couldn’t remember what you were saying.


 9. When you touch each other unnecessarily.

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This Couple Find The Best Way To Take Food Inside The Movie Theatre, And We Are Drooling

Going to the movies nowadays is super expensive – it’s no wonder everyone is trying to get movies illegally and jailbreaking fire sticks to get their movies. Besides the tickets being so outrageously overpriced, the snacks are twice as much. Between tickets, popcorn, drinks and maybe some gummy bears – you’re out over $50 at least.

But, one couple has found the best way to sneak their own, inexpensive, drug store snacks into the movie theatre without getting thrown out or caught and it’ll have your mind blown.

That’s right – they stuffed a car seat full of snacks and drinks and pretended they were bringing their “baby” into the movie theatre.

Sounds about right – because there is no greater love than the love a mother has for her food.

This Duo Play With Architecture From Around The World, And Their Pics Will Let You Awestuck

Daniel Rueda and Anna Devis, a creative duo from Valencia, Spain, travel the world toying with perspective, geometry, and a camera. They photograph the quirky side of architecture, and the pictures look like straight out of an aesthetic fairytale.

“It is not enough to just have an image that looks beautiful,” Daniel told More with Less. “It has to tell something without the need of putting it into words.”

Rueda and Devis also find the funniest ways to ‘interact’ with the architecture in their shots. They become characters in their own whimsical photographs, and this adds an additional amusing effect to the already rich and fascinating images.

“These places find me, or I am who has a hidden radar that is always on. Finding those buildings is not difficult if you know what you’re looking for.”









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#😀 Today, while @anniset and I were looking for the perfect spot to shoot a #WHPISeeFaces entry we discovered that @EsOlympus is giving away a trip to Barcelona in order to attend to the #PlaygroundOpening. You just need to play with perspective and tag them in your picture and you’ll be coming with us! If that doesn’t make you smile I don’t know what will! – Hoy, mientras @anniset y yo andábamos en busca del sitio perfecto para participar en el #WHPISeeFaces nos hemos enterado de que #EsOlympus ha organizado un concurso para ir a la inauguración del #PerspectivePlayground! Tan sólo tienes que jugar con la perspectiva, mencionarles y etiquetar con #PlaygroundOpening tu foto para venirte con nosotros, así de fácil. ¡Se nos ha puesto una sonrisa de ventana a ventana!

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#🕖 For this Weekend's Hashtag Project #WHPInTheStudio we wanted to prove you that for us the street is our favorite workplace. Sometimes we feel like the whole World is our own canvas…! But it's Sunday and it's pretty dark outside. Is it too late already, or do you think we can still make it "on time"? Con motivo del reto semanal de Instagram #WHPinTheStudio queríamos demostraros que la calle es nuestro verdadero lugar de trabajo. ¡A veces incluso sentimos que el mundo entero es tan solo un lienzo en blanco esperando a que hagamos algo con él…! Pero es domingo y se está haciendo de noche. ¿Es demasiado tarde para intentarlo o creéis que todavía estamos "a tiempo"?

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Lesbian Marriage Causes A Stir In Bengaluru, Leaves Local Police In Fix.

In the first lesbian “wedding” in Bengaluru, a 25-year-old woman tied the knot with a 21-year-old at a temple in Koramangala. The parents of the younger woman have filed a complaint with the police, who are now “counselling” the couple and hope to “make them aware” of the negative fallout of their decision.

Same-sex marriages are not legal in India. The Supreme Court re-criminalised Section 377 in 2013 after the Delhi High Court struck it down in 2009.

As a matter of fact, the women are distant relatives. Shilpa (name changed) is studying B.Com in a private college in Bengaluru and her father officiates weddings; the older one (let’s call her Sahana) works in a call center and her father runs a business.

In her statement to the police, Sahana said that she was attracted to Shilpa when she was in her teens. But since Shilpa belonged to a very orthodox family, Sahana decided to make her comfortable in the modern world, hence took her out for shopping at malls and bought western clothes for her. But when Sahana expressed her love for Shilpa, it was met with rejection. But over the course of time, she won her over.

In May 2017, the two decided to run away from their homes as their relationship would never be accepted. The younger one started living in a PG accommodation while the older woman looked for a place. Finally, she struck gold and soon moved together to a place in Koramangala.

Sahana and Shilpa then contacted an advocate and an NGO and informed the police that they do not wish to go back to their families and that they were very happy together and very much in love.

Both the families informed the police about the “wedding” and their active sexual relations. The police, however, have turned a blind eye towards this and has said they will interfere in this only if either of the girls lodges a complaint against this. The police then referred this case to Vanitha Sahayavani in police commissioner’s office. Senior counsellor BS Saraswathi said that both of the women were “under counselling”.

The parents are even thinking of availing “psychiatric counselling” for the women.

Section 377, which criminalises homosexual sex states: Whoever voluntarily has carnal intercourse against the order of nature with any man, woman or animal, shall be punished with imprisonment for life, or with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to 10 years, and shall also be liable to fine.

Now there is an ongoing debate whether both of the women should be criminally prosecuted or not. Gowthaman Ranga, of the Alternative Law Forum, said that since both are adults and have discovered love, nobody should persecute and prosecute them under Section 377. “The 2013 judgement categorically says that one cannot be booked under Section 377 based on identity {gays or lesbians}. However, it varies from case to case.”

Whereas, former public prosecutor S Doreraju said: “Lesbian marriage is not recognised and is a punishable offence under Section 377, provided one of them becomes a complainant. Parents of both the women can also lodge a complaint but not under IPC section 377. They can give other reasons such as ‘psychological imbalance’ or ‘negatively influencing’ the other woman.”

While all this mess is brimming, Shilpa has decided not to go back to her family and instead stay with an NGO till the issue is resolved.

Bengaluru Hotel Room Denies Room To Married Hindu-Muslim Couple

If we had to pick two adjectives to describe this incident, they would have to be ‘bigoted’ and ‘bizarre’. A hotel in Bengaluru denied a room to a married couple on Tuesday for the unpardonable crime of following two different faiths.

Shafeek Subaida Hakkim and Divya DV, a married couple from Kerala who were in Bengaluru for some work, were refused a room at Olive Residency on Annipuram Main Road in Sudhama Nagar because he’s a Muslim and she’s a Hindu.

Speaking to TNM, Shafeek says that the receptionist at the hotel refused to give them a room after he saw their ID cards.

“He noted the names in the register and then realised that I am a Muslim, while my wife is Hindu. He asked us if we were married as we follow different religions. When I confirmed that we were in fact married, he refused to give us a single room saying that it is not acceptable for a Muslim and a Hindu to stay together,” Shafeek says.

Shafeek says that he then questioned the receptionist as to why his religion should matter for allotting a room, to which he was not given a proper answer.

“The receptionist just kept saying that since I am a Muslim and Divya is a Hindu, he could not give us a room together. It was already 7 am and Divya had an interview at 2 pm. We were helpless and shocked. We could not waste any more time arguing with the man and decided to look for a room in another hotel,” Shafeek says.

“I told the receptionist that I would file a police complaint and yet he refused to budge. We did not have time so we have not filed a complaint with the police yet,” Shafeek says.

The receptionist, for his part, had a strange justification for not allowing an interfaith couple to stay at the property.

When TNM contacted the hotel, the receptionist accepted that he was the person who refused a room to the couple. He also said that he refused to give them a room because the man was a Muslim and the woman was a Hindu.

“His ID said Shafeek, her ID said Divya. That’s why I got suspicious, and I told them I wouldn’t give them a room and sent them away,” the receptionist said.

He further added, “We don’t give rooms to Muslims and Hindus who come together, because what if they go into the room and hang themselves… Why do we need that trouble.”

When asked about why he was worried about suicide, the staffer claimed that such incidents had happened in other lodges in the city.

“I’m not saying they’ll commit suicide because they’re a Hindu-Muslim couple. But ordinarily, in villages, it doesn’t happen. I grew up in a village. There, Hindus don’t get married to Muslim women, and Muslims don’t get married to Hindu women,” he said.

“Also they didn’t have much luggage. They just had one bag each. The man had one bag and the woman had one bag. They didn’t have any large suitcases. That’s why I got suspicious and didn’t give them a room,” he claimed.

(This report was published in The News Minute)

#DivorceSelfies: A New Ouch Trend On The Social Media

When we think of a divorce, the first few things that come to mind probably include fighting, cursing, bitterness, and basically everything else we would see in a movie.

However, the new trend is spreading among modern (un-coupled) couples as some social media users are proving that breaking up doesn’t always have to be a sad occasion. Using the hashtags #DivorceSelfies and #DivorceSelfie, these newly-divorced couples are putting an unexpectedly uplifting spin on separation. It is changing the way people view ending marriages.

Legally finalising a divorce is not exactly something people often care to photograph, but these former flames are all smiles in their divorce selfies.

Here are some of the best awkward, amazing, and kinda pure #DivorceSelfies:


More excited than out our wedding day. #heresyoursign

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To a new chapter #divorceselfie #cheers #changeisgood

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We went to court and got divorced today, and then went out for a beer and a
selfie. Totally normal, right? Seems appropriate because nothing we've ever done is normal. I'm grateful to this guy for 25 sometimes good, sometimes not-so-good, years together. We raised each other from adolescence to adulthood and then made two beautiful children we love like crazycakes. Instead of being disappointed that our choice to be together didn't last forever, we choose to accept that sometimes good things fall irreparably apart, to be thankful for the adventures we had, to look forward to the new and exciting ways we will grow as individuals and in other relationships, and to commit to a lifelong friendship and coparenting partnership– not just because it's good for our little ones, but because it's also good for us. KB, thanks for making this day, and so many other days, easier. You will always be my family. "Your heart and my heart are very, very old friends." (Rumi) #divorceselfie

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#divorceselfie we still make a great team. Glad to be friends.

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By: Simran Dhingra

For India It Was On The 1st Of July, For This Couple GST Was Born On 2nd

India, famous for it’s incredible and out of the box thinking, has once again come under the same spotlight. Just a few days ago, on July 1, GST, the most awaited, revolutionary and uniform tax system was introduced in the country under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and coincidently the day is also celebrated as CA(Chartered Accountancy) day as well.

As history repeats, this was the first time in 70 years that a special midnight session was held in the Parliament to officially roll out the tax reform.

When people of the country were awake to witness the history that was being made in the country; at the same time the couple was excitedly waiting for the night. As for them, it does mark the new beginning, not by the tax reform, but by the new life they were about to witness. The parents go through sleepless nights post the birth of a child, with the mind occupied to decide the name to be given to the baby, GST came out as a solution to the problem for this couple for obvious reasons.

The twins born in Bangad Hospital at 12.06 AM, didn’t know what was coming their way but their father did. The father of the twins, Jasraj Sen, was so excited by the GST proceedings on TV that he chose to name one of his twins GST.

What else can be the best way to celebrate the major tax reform in the country.

For those unaware, GST will replace the previous tax regime and will bring uniformity in the state in the tax.

By: Drishti Gupta

#BFForLOVERS? :Tiger Shroff And Disha Patani Spotted Together Again, Second Date In A Week!

Tiger Shroff and his “good friend” Disha Patani are once again spotted together, this time at BKC. The duo were seen crossing the road with Disha wearing an off shoulder dress looking pretty af and Tiger as usual was looking macho in a green t-shirt and cargos. Just like yesterday, Disha was seen walking around with crutches and Tiger was helping her walking. It was so adorable to see the two together and the way Tiger was taking care of his “good friend” and alleged “lady love” is what every couple should learn from them.

The two have worked together in the single Befikra. And we have to admit the two shared a very hot chemistry in that peppy track. The two will now be seen working together for the first time on the big screen in Baaghi 2. A sequel to the 2016 superhit. Disha has replaced Shraddha Kapoor in the sequel who was the main lead of the first part.

Tiger had once said about working with her in the upcoming film, “I am very excited. I’ve known her for a while now. Since before Baaghi…and we get along great. We have a great camaraderie. I think it is just going to be fun, very natural being on screen with her.” Well, he successfully managed to not blush while saying this.

Tiger Shroff is gearing up for his next Munna Michael, which is up for a July 21, 2017 release. Apart from Munna Michael, he’s be seen in Rambo remake and Baaghi 2.

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“Try Adopting Child In India” UK Adoption Center Orders British Sikh Couple

Sparking fury over race discrimination and racial attack, a British Sikh couple was asked by an adoption agency not to apply because of their “Indian heritage” and were advised to try to adopt in India.

The couple, Sandeep and Reena Mander, who was based in Berkshire wanted to adopt a child of any ethnic background but were told that since only white children were in need, white British or European applicants would be given preference, meaning they were unlikely to be selected.

The case which was reported in the British media on Tuesday highlighted the race issues in adoption though the official position is that a child’s ethnicity should not be a barrier to adoption.

The UK-born couple is now seeking legal recourse in the Slough country court.

“Giving an adopted child – no matter what race – the security of a loving home was all we wanted to do. What we didn’t expect was a refusal for us to even apply for adoption, not because of our incapability to adopt, but because our cultural heritage was defined as ‘Indian/Pakistani’,” Sandeep Mander said.

The couple case is supported by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC). In the UK, the adoption agency has the power to prioritise on the basis of race in order to match children to prospective parents of the same ethnic background.

EHRC chair David Isaac said: “There are many children who are waiting for a loving family like Sandeep and Reena to help give them a better life. To be denied this because of so-called cultural heritage is wrong.”

Their case was first taken up by Theresa May, who is their MP, during her time as the home secretary. “May was shocked and was very helpful. Her office wrote letters but nothing happened. When Prime Minister, she sent further letters and involved the then minister for children and he suggested we take legal advice,” Sandeep said.

The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead did not comment on the issue.

Woman caught a couple having sex at bus stop in a broad daylight.

A couple having caught casually having sex at a bus stop in a broad day light. Woman named Debbie More claims that she spotted the couple after she looked out of the window to decide whether she should take her dog for a walk.
The couple were seen getting frisky at the bus stop in Elgin in Scotland and Debbie, 26, filmed the moment before uploading it online where it has been viewed thousands of times.

The mum-of-one said: ‘I couldn’t believe what I was seeing, I was just speechless. Once I got over the shock of it I had a good laugh.

‘It’s absolute madness. It’s a housing estate and a really busy street that gets lots of traffic and it’s usually full of kids, obviously because it was raining there was no-one about.’

Watch the video here:
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