Wordless Wednesday (52) – My Name has an Effect – Priceless

Posted: February 11, 2015 in Bikramism, Experiences, funnies, Wordless
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It is all in the NAME

It is all in the NAME

I Think I am sorted for a few more wordless Wednesday topics for a few weeks now 🙂 so WATCH THE SPACE as they say 🙂
Not sure what to understand here .. HELP anyone

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  1. Thankfully, facebook doesn’t have dislike button 🙂

    Destination Infinity

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  2. shivani says:

    Actually Bikram i won’t talk about facebook instead what was put up there. It is one such that freaks me out. Forget in laws i see some character traits in family members of my own whom the world calls senior citizen and i wonder all the time if and when i reach that age when i will be one such senior will i be behaving just the same. At the moment i feel a victim but then it plagues me to think that there will be a time when i’ll be seen as victimizing people around me too.
    Because the truth my dear blogdost is that in many experiences of my own i just saw history repeat itself. Earlier the torch was in my parent’s hands…now it’s in mine…then…
    We just have to wait and live to tell… what happens…
    🙂

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    • Bikramjit says:

      Exactly .. I also sometimes feel that when i grow old will i also behave like some silly people.. i hope not .. fingers crossed i just hope i die sooner than becoming olddddddddddddd 🙂

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  3. Novroz says:

    What’s with the thumbs downs?
    I agree with you…my mom (bless her soul) used to live in harmony with my sister in law. And there was even a moment when she was there to clean my mom when I wasn’t there. My mom was very sick at that time and needed constant help.

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  4. jaishvats says:

    Why so many down thumbs up?I dont see anything wrong in your viewpoint!

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  5. KP says:

    The bon homie between your sister and her MIl is an exception to the rule.Most Dil and Mll have fragile relationships nurturing a cold war. if not open hostility

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  6. Bikram, this applies not only to DILs who become MILs. It also applies to juniors (at the workplace) who become seniors, and to all similar relationships.

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  7. 5 thumps down. I go well with my MIL. She has terrific sense of humor and most of the times, one can see us laughing.

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  8. The problem is that people have preconceived ideas about how their relationship is going to pan out with their in-laws or how in-laws are going to be under threat from the new daughter-in-law. It almosts brings people to pain to call their new family by end mum, dad, son, daughter. It’s a shame and it surely marks the end of living in joint families. Bikram, nothing wrong with your comment, just something wrong with people’s mentality.

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  9. greenboochi says:

    I completely agree with your comment. I have a very good relationship with my Mil. That means we both try to make it happen and no blaming just the Mil for all issues.

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  10. B k chowla says:

    Trust me,it is more to do with your sister’s SANSKAR.

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  11. obsessivemom says:

    This is weird. Thumbs up from me.

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  12. Anita says:

    I agree with your point. May we all live in perfect harmony. Then DIL MILenge 🙂

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  13. ruchira says:

    I agree with your logic here…the different shoes we wear in this lifetime…might as well do justice to it since the next shoe will be tight if not acknowledge the latter one!

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  14. Vinitha says:

    I don’t see anything wrong in your comment above, Bikram. I think the thumbs down shows the way people think!

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  15. It might b true with some people but definately nor generic:-) I have a good rapport with my Mil

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  16. I’m the luckiest – No MIL at all!

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  17. 😀 And why not? Afterall it is also a relationship like so many other relationships and it cannot be generalized!

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  18. Rachna says:

    I can never understand the thumbs up and down. All I know is that my mil and I share a cordial, loving relationship. And the credit goes to both of us.

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  19. SG says:

    Agreed 100%.

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  20. Biks, some people, love to pull up a drama, and we live in a world where especially in fiction and films, the sad and the traumatic are considered more happening that the happy ones, so a happy mil-dil, then becomes an aberration, how will a serial like tu tu mein mein or kyunki or the others thrive if not for this idea.. just because somebody says, does not mean they are right.. when they do, reflects them in turn which most of them don’t know..! take it with a pinch of salt

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  21. Khushboo says:

    So true. But I guess a DIL after being tortured by her MIL becomes so used to that behavior that even she starts acting like her. It doesn’t help that the media always portrays a MIL has being cunning and selfish. I surely do hope that my MIL is as nice as your sister’s 🙂

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  22. surindernath says:

    MIL,DIL ‘mile’, ‘na mile’, dill
    both can simply………. Chill

    The problem is the “Law” :

    Remove Law from MIL
    And have a mother !!

    Remove Law from DIL
    And have a daughter !!

    Come to think of it,
    What Law has got to do
    in / with, human relations ?

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  23. dNambiar says:

    😀
    Really?

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  24. hehehe.. because of this only I fear to write about in-laws in positive light.. Being a woman I am sure if I write something good about MILs in general, I would be gunned down…

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  25. Shilpa Garg says:

    Weird! Who would click a Thumbs Down for that?? It’s a Big Thumbs Up from me!

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  26. pixie says:

    I don’t know what to say except – why aren’t we friends on Facebook? 😛
    and I am yet to figure out why there should be discord between anyone in a family…
    differences – yes.. but so much animosity! jeez!

    and yes, your sister is one of the lucky ones.. touchwood..

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    • Bikramjit says:

      because I dont have a FB profile 🙂 and I am not supposed to have one too due to some work related problems .. thats all hopefully one day I will 🙂

      I totally understand what you are saying the discord is .. well i have no idea.. basically everyone thinks they are right and not bothered what the other is saying or where they are coming from , its all about me me me me 🙂

      Thank you

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  27. sindhoooo says:

    I agree with you Bikram… Every Tu-tu Me-me happens because of misunderstanding, misinterpretations and insecure feeling… And not to forget that generation gap…

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  28. Harsha says:

    Haha, people are weird sometimes, I guess. It’s absolutely possible that MIL and DIL can live in harmony, in fact be good friends. It’s just that our daily soaps prefer to highlight the other side of it for whatever reasons.

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    • Bikramjit says:

      I think in most homes the case is different then what is portrayed and it also doesnot help the myths we have in our heads which seem to say that a mother in law can never get along with her daughter in law

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  29. How about son in laws and father inlaws? 😛

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  30. Amit Agarwal says:

    Simply superb! 🙂

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