9 Confessions Of A Not-So-Cool Girl



LIKE TO SHARE?







Disclaimer:  We do not own and do not claim to own all the images and some contents appearing on our website/ Facebook page. The images and few contents belong to their respective owners, who have copyright over them. The images and some contents are taken from various different sources and we credit them on the end of every content. If you feel that any image violates your copyright, please write to admin@dafcuk.com to have it taken down.






Recently I read an article by a girl explaining about "cool girl" and "not so cool girl", I thought you all should take a look at her explanation below.

According to me, ‘cool’ is the most misused word in existence today. I don’t know what to comprehend when people describe someone as a ‘cool’ girl. More often than not,  ‘she’ turns out to be a girl very different from me. She either has straight hair or a messy bun. She’s skinny. She wears a short dress with pumps. She almost always has perfectly waxed legs. She’s brilliant with eye makeup. She drinks and passes out, and she smokes regularly, all the while doing a lot of other stuff usually considered cool. She cracks dirty jokes and laughs at them too. She’s at a new club everyday; she is always with someone and she knows all about guys. Basically, she’s everything I’m not.
I am okay with who she is and I hardly care about her. But does that make me un-cool?

1. Everybody I know is not my friend.

For me, friendships and relationships have a meaning. I spend time with people who are my friends or people I want to be friends with. I can’t  ‘hang out’ with just anybody. I can’t drink with everybody. I don’t need people, I need MY people.

2. I like to hold my drink.

I like to drink, but I don’t like to get drunk. I like to be conscious after five glasses of wine. I don’t do shots because I know I’ll puke. I can’t handle it. I don’t treat alcohol as a reason to go out. I don’t have a separate drunk personality. Drunk or not drunk, I am always myself. For this reason, I have always been labelled the boring one. I used to feel bad at one point, but now I don’t care.

3. I want to punch everyone who says “You need to chill out” in the face. Sometimes, twice.

I am fine the way I am. Don’t like me? Go away, but don’t you dare try to change me.


 4. I think open-relationships are a sham.

I don’t like the fact that you go and hook up with someone because you like them and that’s the only possible thing you can do with them. They won’t commit to you, but would love to have sex with you. No matter how much it messes with your head, you’ll still take that and pretend to be okay. You’ll cry for several consecutive nights and still advocate open relationships. Nope, my dating preferences are different. I like to be in a normal-boring-routine-good-morning-goodnight kind of relationship.

5. Sorry, but kids have unkempt  hair.

Unlike most people, I don’t do carefully planned messy hair. I like to comb my hair. It’s good for blood circulation, by the way. Just saying.

6. I also don’t wear, mismatched, kitsch clothes, just because that’s what is expected.

And neither do I spend a bomb on brands. I like to dress simply, wear what I am truly comfortable in. What’s wrong with blue jeans and a white shirt? I didn’t know your dressing style had volumes to do with your coolness quotient.


7. Makeover? I don’t need one.

I hate those girls who want to give me a makeover. They keep telling me, ‘You are so pretty, but why don’t you put make-up? I’ll teach you how to dress up or how to lose weight.’ They are even ready to share their knowledge about padded bras with me. I want to explain to them that I am happy the way I look. But at the same time, I have this constant urge to pull their hair off their scalp and throw them off a cliff and tell them to leave me alone. I don’t want a makeover. Period.

8.  I am a responsible adult. Is that a problem?

I don’t know why being a rebel is considered cool, whereas coming to the office on time is considered boring. Just because I am sorted, everyone looks down on me. It’s almost as if being mind-effed is the new cool. I like to take everything seriously from falling in love to getting good grades in my masters. I don’t believe in drinking on weekdays. I like crying because I feel better after. I don’t fake being strong when I am not. I am a normal person, the meh-type.

9. My parents put deadlines on me and I abide by them.

Yes, I still listen to my parents and I am proud of that. My mom calls me thrice a day and I don’t get irritated. I take their advice on everything from what to wear at weddings to what to gift my best friend. I don’t think that makes me un-cool. But if it does, then I’ll be un-cool for the rest of my life. Always and forever.

In a world that is constantly setting new standards for coolness, you will find me sitting alone in a coffee shop, sipping a cappuccino. There’ll be a group of girls on the next table who’ll label me as ‘the serious type’.


Source: Indiatimes
 If you rub the banana peel for a minute, everyday, for a week on your teeth, you will have natural white teeth without having to visit the dentist.












Previous1 of 1Next




Disclaimer: All information, data, and material contained, presented, or provided on Dafcuk.com is for awareness purposes only. It is not to be construed or intended as providing medical or legal advice. The decisions you make about your family's health care are important and should be made in consultation with a competent medical professional. We are not physicians and do not claim to be. Any views expressed herein are not necessarily those held by Dafcuk.com
Share on Google Plus
    Blogger Comment
    Facebook Comment

Related

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Follow by Email