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How can you tell that she is interested in you


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Girl proposing boyI think it must be difficult for a man to directly approach a woman who thinks is interested in him. Especially after they are more aware than ever that today’s woman knows her mind and her expression of dislike can be quite painful. So, it might be a good idea to make sure that she is interested and then make the next move. Here are five signs that she’d definitely say “yes” to a date - or maybe even two!

If you happen to run into her somewhere you will notice that there is a flurry of reactions among her friends. They start walking like cars on the reverse gear and smiling, giggling and nudging each other, they exchange meaningful glances as they move away leaving the two of you alone. This is a sure sign that not only does she like you, she has been talking to her girlfriends for hours about how much she likes you, dreams about you, writes your initials on everything she can think of and they just wish you’d ask her out already so they can all talk about something or someone else for a change!

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ON SCREEN - Maya Kannadi


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Maya KannadiFilm : Maya Kannadi
Starring : Cheran, Navya
Director : Cheran

Cheran’s last two films left indelible marks on the viewer but with Maya Kannadi, one can hardly say the same. Though his movies have strong messages that linger long in the mind, and it is no different with this film, the manner in which he delivers the message this time, doesn’t seem to be up to the mark. One surely misses the Cheran touch, the ability to convey more with less.

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A Girl’s Best Friend


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A Girl's Best FriendWomen’s attitude towards their best friends, in fact, to intimacy generally is very different from men’s. The difference is so glaring that it sometimes leads to problems in their relationship as it concerns other people. For women, closeness can involve being completely open and honest with their girlfriends. For men, the closest relationship does not have to involve a complete baring of the heart, or a sharing of insights that reveal too much soul.

Which is why men often feel frustrated with the amount of time and attention a woman may shower on her girlfriend. And well they might, because a woman’s girlfriend is likely to hold her most secret, most important feelings about life, love, and her partner… For a man, the presence of his wife or partner’s girlfriend is like a ticking time bomb, ready to explode, particularly if things between him and his woman have not been going too well. Every time he meets the partner’s girlfriend, he feels her silent condemnation, as if the problems between him and his partner are being seen through a huge magnifying glass, and he is looking just like a large green worm!

A man has to be really deep in crisis, close to breaking point, to actually open up to his best friend and say, “I don’t know, yaar…Its become really difficult. My wife’s gone to visit her parents with our son, and this time she says she doesn’t want to come back.” He may be quite close to tears, but he won’t let them fall. The male friend will put his arm round him, and briefly sympathize, perhaps share some horror stories of his own relationship, then both will be ready to go on to a round of billiards and some time in the bar for consolation, with no further reference to the crisis.

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