Truth or Dare

So the question was, what would you want to do if you were a man..

I haven’t had a simpler question to answer in a truth or dare game…ever… Have you thought about it, my dear women readers..

a smile erupted and the answer was there, not a moment of thought, not a moment of contemplation. It was just there soon after the question, without that needed pause, pat went the reply.

My inner circle and a few of my outer circle of friends know Β about my love fascination πŸ˜› πŸ˜› for a really thick mustache when it comes to facial hair and men. Now that I think is because I grew up among more than a few men who had some brilliant upper lip hair, nice and thick, well kept, washed, onioned, styled, spiked (one doesn’t know πŸ˜‰ what they do to keep it up so well) …

…I just can’t resist but admire men who spot a real thick bush up there below their nose… when they curl it up, it becomes even better πŸ˜› πŸ˜› But that mush is not something I would like to have if I were a man..If you think that was the pat reply.. No! no… Β that was not my answer ;)..

What I would do if I were a man is ..Β I’ve always envied men for just one thing in life…..

….the fact that they can go topless….. πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜› πŸ˜›

How I wish, I could, too, on a sultry summer day, when the sun is shining at its peak, the sweat glands working overtime… the sweat dribbling from every pore of the body like no tomorrow.. and when the coolers become a little rusty with a 24 hour work….

On those days, I look at my men.. and envy their state of clothlessness πŸ˜› πŸ˜€

How scantily they can be dressed and can get away with it as well… with not an inch of cloth on their upper body! without a glance from anybody, without a word of reproach, without any qualms … you menfolk, I do really envy you ..

How I wish I were a man..then, just at that moment Β πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€


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  1. Reblogged this on pins & ashes and commented:

    The Jithin of Photrablogger dug out this post from somewhere on this blog yesterday, and during the banter (see comments) we came out with this idea of Mundane Laughs by WP. Mundane after a challenge he runs on his blog, the MundaneMonday Challenge πŸ™‚ So, here goes.. let’s share and laugh a little more today..

    Here is what got me writing this post in the first place..

    fahadh faasil in job’s book

    One look at the list of search terms and I erupted into a laugh. Somebody landed on my blog with a search term “Fahadh Faasil’s beard in job’s book.” πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ which just means that Google took it to its head that since I like upper lip hair in men, I will also like their beards~ πŸ˜› ..(I’m kidding, of course) Here is an example. But, seriously if a mention of Job’s book along with Fahadh Faasil *leads to search results of the film Iyobinte Pustakam, I had to run a search. And it is true!

    “Iyobe” is the Malayalam name for Job, just like Ousep stands for Joseph, and Ommachan is for Issac. “Pusthakam” means book, therefore, “Iyobinte Pusthakam” can be translated as The Book of Job after the Biblical book in the Old Testament, or simply as Job’s Book

    I need to go back to the post on the film to see whether I mentioned anything about body hair at all when I talked about Amal Neerad’s this Job’s Book~ I generally stop and admire men with thick mush in real and reel! The world who walks and talks with me knows it, now google corroborates, (I should be running between clouds now ;)) Fahadh Faasil had spotted an excellent thick mush that curls up, in this film πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

    But! Heyy wait a second!! I don’t remember posting on this film on the blog at all.. I need to search! There is but a reference to it, in a post.. there is no dedicated post, which means I need to write one soon, as I loved watching the film.

    Now I’m looking at Google eye to eye.. seriously! πŸ˜› πŸ˜›







    The next search term .. “Manju Warrier washing face look after run!” .. of course film related .. her comeback film, How Old Are You.

    *Fahad Faasil is a Malayalam film actor (right there in the pic below) who played one of the leads in director Amal Neerad’s recent film Iyobinte Pusthakam. The characterization is something to watch out for, Lena, even Lal, his two elder sons..


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