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The Sporting Temperament


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The Sporting TemperamentA recent Tamil hit film called ‘Unnale Unnale’ made a certain kind of female character register in unforgettable ways with the audience. This is the kind of woman who is always angry about something or the other, intensely critical of her partner for doing all the ‘guy’ things like drink with his buddies, arrive late, tell white lies, or try and crack stupid jokes to cover up his faults. Played by the beautiful Sada on screen, this character grates so intensely on one’s nerves that one is tempted to walk out of the film – before the much sweeter-tempered girl played by Tanissha can actually win the hero! While you watch the repeated tantrums of poor Sada, one wonders – can any person be so unsporting, so petty, so lacking in humour?

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White lies and tall tales


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White lies and tall talesWho hasn’t lied from time to time about minor issues such as sickness, getting late to work, failure to complete an assignment or not adhering to deadlines?
Who hasn’t taken French leave or exaggerated one’s achievements while writing a cv?
Very few people perhaps.

An informal research conducted by a group of students in America revealed that students indulge in lies every third second or so while narrating a tale, bragging about themselves or explaining why something was not done. Though the veracity of this claim can hardly be established, the fact remains that small white lies are part of the warp and the weft of our lives.

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Lying together to stay together


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White liesMany years ago, somewhere around the 4th century, it is believed that Diogenes, an enterprising young man, set off to look for a perfectly honest man. He sought the remotest corners of the universe but in vain. A perfectly honest man simply did not exist! This is not to say that honesty is an impossible virtue, but honesty many believe is not the best policy, especially not in intimate relationships.

Actually there are two schools of thought on this subject. One says, “Being honest in a relationship is at times exceedingly difficult. But preventing someone else from seeing you as you are initiates the process of deception.” The second school maintains that any close, intimate relationship, particularly marriage, is the product of lies as well as love.

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