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As an aromantic person, what are your thoughts on romantic love?

I don't really know what to think about it. I can't imagine it, to be honest. Which is so strange because in our society, it's everywhere. It's in every movie, in every book, in every city and every street, which makes me understand it somehow. When I read a book written in one of the character POV, I literally feel my heart beating, my hormones jumping, the thing with the butterfly in a certain way. I don't imagine myself in the book, mind you. I don't even imagine the characters. Just the feelings.So yeah. I know I logically comprehend it. But at the same time… if something isn't placated “romance” in red, especially IRL, I just won't perceive it as such. Because as much as my logical side understand it, my emotional one is just plainly lost. I am not romance repulsed, I'm just not able to feel it, or anything towards it. Romance? Yeah, whatever. Don't really care. It's just another way of having a strong relationship with someone, even if it's kinda strange, I dunno.

Which film once made you cry in the middle of the night?

I watch movies a lot since last years , and i can say that movies don’t get into my skin very often and more rarely movies made me cry.Also, i don’t actually remember when a movie made me cry, but i can say that the movie “Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless mind” really made me feel weak, desperate and some of the deepest feelings i ever felt from a movie. And i also hardly suggest it if anyone who is reading this and didn’t watch it.This movie talks about a really depressed guy who after a break-up asks a company to delete his memories with her.That movie, as no one other ever did, made a connection for which i don’t know how to explain from his first lines and the very first scene.Because of spoilers, and also i consider myself as not the guy who should talk about this movie, i’m not going to extend this writing.but i can really tell that this movie as no one ever, went deep into my heart and mind. and also i kept thinking about it for a very long time. And that’s why i think that this movie don’t have similarity with any other movies, or at least i didn’t notice it.All wishes,Every-day love and happiness

Which film once made you cry in the middle of the night?

I watch movies a lot since last years , and i can say that movies don’t get into my skin very often and more rarely movies made me cry.Also, i don’t actually remember when a movie made me cry, but i can say that the movie “Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless mind” really made me feel weak, desperate and some of the deepest feelings i ever felt from a movie. And i also hardly suggest it if anyone who is reading this and didn’t watch it.This movie talks about a really depressed guy who after a break-up asks a company to delete his memories with her.That movie, as no one other ever did, made a connection for which i don’t know how to explain from his first lines and the very first scene.Because of spoilers, and also i consider myself as not the guy who should talk about this movie, i’m not going to extend this writing.but i can really tell that this movie as no one ever, went deep into my heart and mind. and also i kept thinking about it for a very long time. And that’s why i think that this movie don’t have similarity with any other movies, or at least i didn’t notice it.All wishes,Every-day love and happiness

What simple things make you very happy?

A2A.I am a person who becomes very happy even for trivial things like:When I get this for breakfast:Credit: poha - Google SearchIt’s a poha( Flattened rice) which most of the people in Maharashtra eat as a breakfast. It’s my favorite. :)2. Tea.Credit: Next Day Coffee Supplies Direct From An A1 Coffee Beans SupplierI can have tea any time of the day in any season. Yes, I can have it in peak summer too. (By sitting in front of AC/cooler :p). A cup of tea with my favorite song make me very happy. This combination changes my mood in a minute.3. A good sleep of minimum 7 hours. I am a sleep lover.4. Phone call from people who are very close to me(my sister/ best friends).5. When I finish my daily study targets.That’s all I can think of now. I had become negative towards life. I wanted to change my life and I succeeded to some extent. Now, I smile a lot even when there is no reason to smile. I just try to find a reason to smile these days. While sleeping, if I feel that I haven’t smiled during the day, I watch short stand up comedy just to smile. I like to go to bed happy. Try this. You will see many good changes in yourself. :)I thought of quitting writing(due to harsh comments earlier) but I love writing.

What is your review of Five Feet Apart (2019 movie)?

I liked that pretty much the whole movie took place in a hospital. It gave the audience a good idea of what life would be like for a sick patient living in a hospital. Pope's character (best friend of MC) was likable from his first appearance. The movie started out so promising but seemed to lose its way two thirds in. The scenery changes when the two main characters venture out of the hospital to go see the lights. They end up goofing around on a frozen pond which just didn't fit with the characters personalities or plot. Of course it ends up being the time that it's crucial one of the main characters is at the hospital. I hate spoilers so I won't drop any but from the second they step onto the ice, the rest of the movie has a forced feel to it right up to the end. It felt like the magic from the first two thirds of the movie was lost to get the most emotional ending they could. The problem was, it didn't feel natural. When it got to just about the very last scene, the circumstances were soap opera cheesy. I actually snorted and got a dirty look from the middle aged couple next to me.To be fair, I'm not a chick flick fan so it's fair to say I'm not the best person to review this film. I took my daughter and a friend to see it. They're big fans of Cole Sprouse. I'm more of a John Wick type movie watcher.I think the movie had a good message and both main characters gave good performances. For anyone who is sick or close to someone who is sick, the movie will hit close to home. It makes you realize how unfair the universe can be and thankful for your health. It's a good “get some perspective” lesson. Although I wasn't crazy about the movie itself, it opened my eyes to cystic fibrosis, which is something I knew almost nothing about. If I wasn't already a donor, I would be after seeing the movie. For that reason alone, I would not want to discourage anyone from seeing it.

What do you do when your parents are fighting?

It gives me a weird stomachy feeling, and i get really scared when i listen to them yell.
so i have no other choice but to call my brother(he's 25) to come & pick me up,every time.

How do you teens handle your parents fighting?

18 years old and practically flat chested?

OMG...A 34A is not flat-chested at all. I'm 17 and I am a 32B, so if you look at it, I would be considered as flat-chested and not you. 34A is a normal size and in all honesty, nobody cares about boobs. Boobs don't make a girl, it's all about personality and your boyfriend/ husband isn't going to fall in love with your boobs, but with you and who you are :) You don't need boobs do be sexy, confidence is what makes someone sexy and instead focus on something else positive. Like, I have really long legs, so whenever I go out with my friends I show off my legs. If you're really self-conscious wear a push-up bra or a padded bra and they will boost your cleavage and make your boobs appear bigger.

I used to wish to have bigger boobs, but now I don't care. This is who I am and if you're not happy with it then jog off. Nobody is perfect and you have to learn to love your flaws too. Honestly, you're fine the way you are.

Merry Christmas and don't worry x