#XLDiKudiyaan (very very smart).

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#XLDiKudiyaan (very very smart).

“Love you; love you not”. This is a phrase most teenagers would be aware of. For some of them it is a part and parcel of life. But something’s amiss about this phrase. A binary response somehow doesn’t seem to fit this 3-dimensional world. There has to be something between ‘love you’ (1) and ‘love you not’ (0).

Now some of you might have already started cursing me, started thinking how cruel this writer is: he wants to aggravate the problems of these love birds. He wants to add a third response to this already godforsaken dilemma!

To all my readers who are thinking in the aforementioned manner, I have but one thing to say: hold your horses. Ladies and gentlemen, I do not enjoy complicating this dilemma. I want to make it clear that this incident is based on a true story that happened in the green gardens of XLRI with a very dear friend of mine. It is solicitude that forces me to share his story so that the world knows what XL di kudiyan are capable of, and so that no guy out there is caught unprepared.

Ladies and gentlemen, the scene unfolds in the following way.

Date: 20/06/2015                                                                                                             Time: 11:00 am

Location: XLRI, Jamshedpur

Participants: Mr. A, Ms. B and Ms. C

Situation: Ms. C is angry with Mr. A because Mr. A went out for a movie with Ms. B without informing Ms. C. Mr. A is in a dilemma as to what exactly went wrong.

Start scene.

Ms. C: You should have told me!

Mr. A: It was just a movie! Not a big deal!

Ms. C: Still!

Mr. A: C, have you started loving me?


End scene.

There it is, the third response. The final nail in the coffin of the so called love birds. What does one make out of it? How does one respond to this XL di kudi who is acting extraordinarily smart? Is it like I love you but sometimes at some places or is it that I love you but get in line and wait for you turn?

Now I cannot blame Ms. C for her response, because after all India is a free country and everyone has freedom of expression. But the question mentioned above needs to be answered. The questions demands answers because it is in greater public good. We cannot be left in mid-air with nothing to hold on to other than a maybe. Because Love can be ‘Blind’ (0) or it can have both the eyes (1), but it cannot be and should not be blind in one eye with a ‘MAYBE’ (pun intended).

P.S.: Names are deliberately changed to protect any person from slander.

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