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Its pretty well to talk about the famous social network as it already started biting its teeth on our Indian culture. 

Using the network for exposing our talents and skills is the best choice that we have, than other more promotions. But as we Indians gave a late entry to this network and, as always, our initial start is in a more vibrant and exaggeration mode, we use this entertainment factor for jublicating our freedom. 



Both genders are here as they say in simple way, for relaxation and then addiction becomes the appropriate word that kills their reality. They are not able break themselves from its clutch.  


Men & Girls...



Middle aged men here always act like buddhas. They pity the young girls and called them as daughter. Here in fb, always happens a relationship-breakup for these girls. When they were battered by this break, these men step in and do comfort and comfort. 

The loser girl doesn't know that the broken relationship is better than these deceitful men. Once she breaks loose of herself, this man uses this girl to his unsatisfied perversions. When his bestial passions got over, he excuses himself and go to wash the cat. 


Men & Women...



Not only young girls but also the women emotionally fall for this pretty game. After some misunderstandings, splits with few men, they got experienced on how to deal the men-matters. And starts playing the game pretty well with more and more lies and with more and more men. Well Experienced!!!...

Women here like to enjoy chatting and happy to touch the moods of various men in their network. They never urge themselves to get into a relationship, but men insist on these lines. Once they got struck, they cant come out of that. Results in dejection, then follows the fear of facing the family. Its the end of the game as whatever experienced they are. Both men and women lost their identity and pitted themselves into deep trouble. 

I used to tell my fellow women fbites that these experienced tricks wont have a success path and usually end in the wrong way. And as we guess, few of them had deactivated their account and went back to kitchen and regular walking with a heart-breaking sobbing...

Why, we, women have to go so far?...
Lets be moderate. 
Show our talents and teach the young ones a good way of social networking. 
Be an example for your friends. 


Men alone...





Mostly men are married with homely spouse and happy children. But they are unsatisfied in one thing as their women attend the grown-up children alone and not them. Practically speaking, its not possible for her to switch Off & On her mood as the light changes. If she doesnt, who will care the family? They must think in this way and try to be happy with family...



Be aware and save our culture for future...



Enjoy...But Be Between Boundaries...



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