Monthly Archives: December 2007

Oh! That “V” Factor

Boy n GirlNanhe was busy with some “stupid exams” in which he was screwed and this is the reason why this post is coming so late. This post might be weird for some and  fun for some. But let me tell you that Nanhe has been in all such situations but unfortunately is still not got over with ‘it’. Poor Nanhe says अपनी तो ऐसे नसीब नहीं….. Well if any girls are interested in Nanhe do let him know. Anyways enjoy reading this post……

For women, having sex for the first time creates a huge moral and emotional confusion, while for boys, the biggest problem seems to be finding someone to lose it with. Do men even care about who they lose their virginity to?

Is loss of virginity one of the most memorable experiences for a man?

Hemant Kapoor, 26 I grew up in a religious family and wanted to wait till I got married to do it the first time. Then I almost did ‘it’ with a girl I felt strongly connected to, at 17. But my values held me back.

By the time I reached my 20th birthday, the pressure of having to lose ‘it,’ made me decide this was the year to ‘do it’. I started dating online. Months passed till I met someone at a private party. I thought she would be good to get ‘it’ over with.

Much to my surprise, ‘it’ was great. I guess I was under the impression that sex would change everything about me, when really it was pure fun. When we finished, she asked me how many partners I’d had before her.

I was too embarrassed to tell her that she was my first. The day after the big event, my friends who had always made fun of me greeted me with a big cheer and round of applause.

Ralson Coelho, 29 I was around 17 when I lost ‘it’. She was much older than me. We were seeing each other for almost a month. One day, I dropped in at her place, when she was alone. We got intimate. One thing led to another and before we knew it, we were at it.. and I ended up losing my virginity.

It wasn’t planned. It was a terrible experience for me, in a way.

I didn’t know what to do or what to expect, because it was the first time for me. But I’m happy it happened with someone older.. it was fun because she was experienced. These things are better experienced with an older woman rather than with a fresher.. experience counts.

It was too early for me to get into a serious relationship with her. Maybe if I’d been older, I would have. I saw her for some time after that but nothing special developed between us, at least from my side. I don’t think virginity or anything to do with sex is sacred for guys.

Vinay Kapadia, 31 I’d always thought that I would lose my virginity to someone special.. and it happened that way. I was in the second year of college. She was in my class. We were good friends but I had a soft corner for her. I felt that she also thought of me in a special way.

Finally we found an opportunity to get close. It was an overnight college trip. It was a bit of an adventure, trying to escape unnoticed by our classmates and friends, to enjoy some intimate moments together. It was the first time for both of us.. it felt really beautiful.

We started seeing each other after that. We were in a strong relationship for five years. We broke up because of family pressure. Sunil Sharma, 23 I was 18. I was in std XII and went for group tuitions. I studied in a boy’s school, my only exposure to girls was in my tuition classes. She was beautiful, I was attracted to her. She had the reputation of being a ‘fast’ girl. That didn’t matter. We hit if off very well.

One day, the opportunity presented itself to us. Some of us had decided to hook up at her place for a maths practice session. We were four of us initially but two of them backed out. I couldn’t believe my luck.

Her house was huge. I cannot forget how I dashed off to the chemist for a pack of condoms. We were scared, initially. It was the first time for both of us. But ultimately we enjoyed it a lot. In a way, I was also relieved because it was something I’d wanted to be over and done with.
Almost all my friends had lost it, so there was tremendous pressure on me to lose my so-called ‘virginal’ status. She didn’t become my girlfriend after that but we did share some special moments later.

Source: HT Cafe

How to beat Australia in Australia?

Hi Friends, Recently Nanhe found this interesting article in Indian Express by Harsh Desai, Upbeat Down Under

WicketsWould like to share this with you. Enjoy Reading it.

While trying to flip channels in an attempt to avoid breathless speculation as to who the next captain of the Indian cricket team would be — a position which by the way was so much in demand that everyone seemed to be desperately trying to avoid it — I turned to the Beeb. What were they speculating about? Well, of course who the next captain of India would be! But the Beeb did mention that the Australians hadn’t lost a home series for the past 14 years. And why haven’t the Australians lost in 14 years? Well, the answer is obvious. Because the touring sides hadn’t consulted me. So it is in the spirit of patriotism that I offer some advice.

The point is that if the Australians win the toss they will bat first. If the Indians win the toss they should put the Australians in to bat first. And then whatever the Australians score, the Indians should make them follow on. Of course you ask, how do you make a team batting first follow on? It’s simple. You declare your innings without your team batting at all. Imagine the effect this will have. There is Ponting all ready to lead the boys out and suddenly the Indian captain tells him, “Ricky, your turn to bat — we have just declared.” Can you imagine the effect on Brett Lee who is just loosening up to start another devastating spell of superior fast bowling. Can you imagine the effect on Adam Gilchrist, having just got his wicket keeper’s gloves on. Imagine, Ponting will wonder, are the Indians so good that in one innings, they are capable of overhauling the Australian total. The shock might be so great that they might collapse immediately in the second innings.

Even if this does not happen, it will certainly put an end to all the Australian braggadocio and set the tone for the rest of the games. It is said that sport at the highest level is played in the mind. This is exactly how the Indians should play it: play with the Australian mind. Further, our boys will at least make it to the Guinness book of world records. For the first team to get a team batting first to follow on.