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We can always recognise a good lie when we see it and here is one for you..
According to the research, men spend 81 minutes a day on grooming — cleansing, toning and moisturising, shaving, styling hair and choosing clothes, while women have their beauty regime down and get their hair, clothes and make-up done in less than 75 minutes. So beat that, boys!
One does wonder how anyone can make any statement that is so far fetched, so vacant of any truth, that they don't turn into stone or at least be embarrassed about making it. It's akin to speaking to someone who looks into your eyes and tries to convince you that you are an alien, without any proof or evidence. Someone who can make a statement with such ease and confidence that you have to wonder how or what is working inside that skull in order to make such an obvious, downright lie work and still be comfortable and behave like it was a normal thing to say. It has and does confuse me completely but as this condition is a severe case of "lying feminist syndrome", a condition inherited with further education, the truth on any given situation is obviously irrelevant..

So we have the situation where scoring meaningless, trivial points on any given issue is the order of the day. One must wonder what the outcome or benefit really is apart from trying to elevate oneself to some delusional level. I found this entire article, astounding, not in a good way. Totally inane and useless, let alone having any relevance at all. But here it is..

This actually hit toxic mode or should that be rabid, on the web and ofcourse on the permanently offended social network, Twitter. Rabid finger messaging with non-engaged brain..

On the one side we have the endless remarks about women taking their time getting ready and they mostly state "So What, It will be worth it", just like any good narcissist would but then we have a counter claim that ensures a diametrically opposed view..

Cheech!..shoot me..

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It’s a topic that can be debated upon with renewed enthusiasm every time it’s broached. It may be a bit of a generalisation to say that women take forever to get ready, but when comedian Varun Thakur was waiting for his friend and tweeted that he was sick of waiting saying that ‘women take forever’, it caught on like wildfire online. In less than 45 minutes prominent Twitter users from all over India had picked it up and were tweeting about it. There were over 40 tweets a second for 30 minutes, as the topic trended globally. This led to Varun along with his fellow mates, Karan Talwar and Satan Bhagat to start a Facebook page — Women Take Forever. Needless to say, it saw numerous hits within minutes.
But the question remains pertinent? Do women really take forever? According to 22-year-old student Adarsh Khurana, they do.
“This might sound funny, but I actually broke up with my girlfriend because she would never, ever turn up on time. Whether it was a movie, going dancing or dining out, I’d wait under her building for hours before she’d show up. No amount of talking to her would help the situation. We started having ugly spats. Eventually I was too frustrated to sort it out and called it quits with her.”
A few celebs even got creative with their messages online. As VJ Ayushmann Khurrana, put it, “We’ll solve the Kashmir issue #beforewomengetready.” While VJ Jose Covaco says, “Parliament will pass the Lokpal bill #beforewomengetready”, actor Kainaz Motivala jokes, “Adnan Sami will get a six pack #beforewomengetready.”
But jokes apart, most guys unanimously agree that there's no permanent solution to the ‘problem’. And offering one doesn’t seem like a feasible option. “I don’t want to get snapped at. So I know my tricks. I always keep a 40-minute leeway just to be on the safe side. So if there’s a concert to attend or a movie to catch, I simply tamper with the time,” says Anubhav Mahajan, a 26-year-old corporate professional. Does it work? “Oh yeah, she’s dot on time!” he chuckles.
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Women however severely beg to differ on this. Celebs even have their own quirky take on the topic, as actor Konokona Sen Sharma says, “Men still wouldn’t have bathed. #BeforeWomenGetReady.” VJ Miss Malini quips, “Well I don’t see them complaining after they see the results!”
Ayesha Goyal, a 27-year-old NGO worker, shoots back, “If all the women in the world were spending time in front of the mirror, you would’ve probably never found their husbands at work. They’d be happily snoring away! It’s such a silly notion and a clich├ęd generalisation about women. We can apply our favourite lipstick even on the go, and save time, while the prudish men who claim such things can only gape at us!”
Most young women also feel that taking time to get ready depends largely on the event one is attending. “If it’s a wedding, you obviously can’t expect us to step out in two minutes. So, just as we can slip into our jeans and tees in a jiffy, we also like to spend that extra five minutes pinning orchids to our hair. And honestly, once you’re ready and the guys steal a glance at you, they don’t really seem to mind very much,” giggles Charmi Mehta, a 24-year-old writer.
Interestingly, a recent study shows that on an average, men spend more time getting ready to go out as compared to their female counterparts. According to the research, men spend 81 minutes a day on grooming — cleansing, toning and moisturising, shaving, styling hair and choosing clothes, while women have their beauty regime down and get their hair, clothes and make-up done in less than 75 minutes. So beat that, boys!