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For amusement purposes only

Stuff like this serves as much needed amusement, and bring a smile to my face on an otherwise seriously busy day!

The question that gets my attention:
Should couple’s be allowed to kiss in public like in paris?

And then I read on…

Response 1
what is the harm in it? if the partneres are loyal to each other & express their love to each other, place hardly matters for such thing like kiss. if a mother can kiss her kid in a public place then why not a lover. – why not indeed!

Response 2
no man more you cover more you have the value. america is super power but culture of usa is toooo dirty . india is developing country who culture is world famous. so be indian mere bhai.having kiss at public place show no love it is show off. if paris kiss rate is high there divoroce rate is also high and there childerens without parents. – i am speechless!

Response 3
First of all the question thats shoots up is there a necessity to kiss in the public.Even though u luv your parter to that extent, express it privately. Showing off ones love in public is not a good sign for a healthy relation – what is the necessity to kiss at all, i ask?!

Response 4
there is no harm kissing publically but we should never forget that it is not very safe doing any such activities in our country. If oyu kiss publically in western countries no one even bothers to look at you but if you do it in a place like patna in bihar you will definetly have to think about the consiquences. No harm in expressing our feelings but guys just be carefull while selecting the place. – what smart advise!

Response 5
i think in a country like india with our social structure it would be difficult. amen!

This bit about Response 3 tickled me: “Showing off ones love in public is not a good sign for a healthy relation”.

And I really appreciated the well meaning intent of response 4. “It is not very safe doing any such activities in our country.”

And despair not, there’s more entertainment!

On a more serious note, I don’t think the Indian public is mature enough to handle PDA (aka, public display of affection) as quite apparent from some of the responses.

It’s quite a pity really. If we conducted some of our PDA in public as the word suggests, who knows, we might be a less frustrated and less populated nation! 🙂

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8 Comments

  1. Response 4: If proper place is not chosen, you’ll see yourself in NDTV 🙂

    Response 3: I feel there are many ways to show one’s love in public other that kissing. May be we can say “Showing love by kissing in public place is not a good sign..Please take into consideration the plight of yet-to-be-married bachelors in and around that place 🙂
    sigh

    Response 1: Remember, Mothers sometimes do beat their kids in public place!

  2. Mytri says

    Ha ha ha…
    Why is it sooo necessary to be huggy feely in public? Is it because they are trying to prove something to the rest of the watching public? Even in America it is only the students(HS or College) who are so open. Are you calling a peck on the cheek a kiss? Then sab chalega. Should we be visiting people’s houses and hug them and peck them? If we follow one should be follow all the Parisian rules? Finally I dont have take off my beautiful high heels inside homes.
    Sigh!! Decisions Decisions Decisions.
    Until then ta ta
    and peck peck on either side of the cheek, Parisian style 😉

  3. R.A. Levin says

    I’ve seen some couples go at it in public, to the point where it resembles something out of a soft-core film. Or occaisionally worse!
    It can get very uncomfortable to watch. That said, I’m not a prude, but I wish some couples here in the states would mind their manners just a bit. Or be prepared for me squirting them with a garden hose to break up the love-fest. 😉

  4. “If we conducted some of our PDA in public as the word suggests, who knows, we might be a less frustrated and less populated nation! :)” HA HA HA…good one Anita.

  5. Just wondering how many of the people who opposes PDA have ever fallen in love? To me, people who opposes PDA seems more envious than moralistic.

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