10 Things You Can Totally Relate To If You Are Not a ‘Girly’ Girl

10 Things You Can Totally Relate To If You Are Not a ‘Girly’ Girl 7

Being a girl is a herculean task. But you can make things easier for yourself. With three-fourths of the girly stuff off your list, you have it all figured out. *GRIN*
1. Your wardrobe only consists of jeans and T-shirts.

Did you know there is something called palazzos? Or that there are more than 15 types of skirts – godet, gypsy, pencil and bubble to name a few? Well we know what you are thinking. Why care about anything when you have a comfortable pair of jeans which go perfectly with all the tops you own and of course by tops you mean comfortable loose T-shirts.


2. And makeup? Of course NO..
What the hell do you need with a pair of jeans and a T-shirt? Yes you will definitely put some lip gloss if you are going to a party else you are just fine. Makeup is just extra weight, isn’t it? And what kind of girl wants to unnecessarily add on to her weight (not that you care much about that either). Boys take more time to get ready than you do. No more explanations needed.Why-you-NOOO

3. Awwwww-CROSS, XoXo-CROSS…. F**k off-TICK.
When you use your rich vocabulary, even the guys have their mouths hung open. Need we say more?tumblr_me42eaIM121qerpcpo1_500

4. Your playlist contains more of metal or “realistic” songs than romantic numbers.
“I knew I loved you before I met you”-Oh really?? Doesn’t “But in the end it doesn’t even matter” make more sense??metallicabanner-619x400
5. The unsolvable ‘ISKI SHAADI KAISE HOGI?’ question.
Marriage is the ultimate goal of all your relatives if you belong to an Indian family and with you possessing no “ladki ke sanskaar“, you are the prime cause of their anxiety. With never ending interrogations on what talents you possess; and by talents we mean cooking, classical dancing/singing, needle-craft etc, you get zero points in every aspect. But now how is it your fault that Maggi got banned? At least you could have aced the cooking part with Maggi in the market. Life is tough. *SIGH*


6. And once in a while when you decide to bring out the girl in you, it’s a complete disaster.
Be it matching your earrings with your top (you never knew they needed to match until your friend pointed that out) or borrowing the perfect footwear for your outfit (of course all you own are sports shoes), you get it all wrong in the end and look like a complete idiot till your favorite jeans comes to your rescue.images

7. Don’t even get us started on your hair.
You would love to keep your hair short but then your hair being long is a proof of you being a girl. So while you decide to keep it long, all that you make of it is a ponytail or a messy bun. French braid, bangs, puff, fish braid?? No, thanks. (And you are not even sure what some of these mean)!3341382114_5e143420c8

8. None of your friends ever ask your opinion on anything remotely related to fashion.
Need we say the reason? Instead they try their best to instill in you some fashion sense but all they get is absolute disappointment. Because you just don’t listen. And if at all you do, it all lasts for an eye blink before you go back to being your old self.picard-facepalm

9. Shopping is a complete nightmare for you when you are with your friends and a minute’s affair when you are on your own.

You can never understand what makes your friends take so long when they are out shopping. What exactly are they searching for? The Deathly Hallows maybe. We feel for you girl.


10. Despite all of the above, you completely rock.
With the sheer confidence that you carry yourself or the feminist arguments you have with the boys, you are absolutely a no-nonsense person who is loved and adored by all those who know you.4704196_orig

What do you think?

Written by Soumya Vatsa

sapiosexual, voluntarily an introvert, fashionably dowdy, a passionate writer and to top it all-"an engineer in the making" *wink*


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