Friday, February 24, 2012

From shadi.com....

Finally my mom made me register on this killer website. And I kept laughing after looking at few 'about myself' by so called 'my friends describe me as friendly, warm, social' typo girls. 

It's very irritating to read out some of the 'about myself' and recently I read an introduction which only made my laughter louder enough to reach that lady. This was really worst thing i had ever read which took my irritation @ heights. May god bless her....see what she had written:



"I am a person with calm and composed nature and with an excellent personality. I have the ability to be friendly in every circumstances. I am only looking for alliances that are from overseas as I have no plans to stay in India. So all foreign alliances preferably from Singapore, Canada, Uk and USA are welcome. Who have a Permanent Visa or Green Card holders are preffered. As we are looking for an alliance who is atleast a PGraduate with an excellent job and does not a family business at all or is self employed."

Please notice:

-excellent personality: She is so over confident..which may be good in one way.
-be friendly in every circumstances: Not sure what she is trying to say.
-Alliances: She's actually looking for a VC (venture capitalist).
-no plans to stay in India: This one is heights..did she ever cross the boundary of new delhi, doesn't seem so.
-Singapore, Canada, Uk and USA: She wants an investor who can invest in her trips to different countries...good way to fulfill dreams.
-Permanent Visa or Green Card holders : Arey ladki!!!!pehle preferred ki spelling to sahi se likhna seekh.
-atleast a PGraduate: She herself is not even a graduate. 
-does not a family business: Though the sentence is incorrect, hope my readers can read in between the lines.   

@Readers: Do drop your views on this. It will add more value to this post, and may be a source of getting my voice heard by such excellent personalities. 

Being overambitious is too dangerous. Hope the lady gets enlighten by someone and get to know the true meaning of marriage, life and relationship soon.

16 comments:

  1. no comments...these matrimonial websites have the most funniest of profiles and i have met funny guys too thru this :-p...u can write a separate blog just on the profile mistakes on these sites....be it of a gal or a guy :D

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    1. Agree to you...but this one I found too funny and mean..

      PS: Being a guy I could access only girls profiles ;)

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  2. I want to read your " About myself " column. I hope it isn't written the same way.. ;)

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    1. Why not!!!! I can bet that you would be amazed...here is my ID SH77430345 :D

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  3. Haha, I guess the profiles of both genders are filled with these. Some are genuine, mostly are not. Though, there have been successful alliances through matrimonial sites, there is no denying that some of the profiles reading does lead to pocket fulls of laughter. :-)

    Good Luck. ;)

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    1. Yes Kunal..and I guess it's really easy to identify the genuine profile..example is mentioned in the post :)

      And yes...thank you for wishing me a good luck.

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  4. Do i remember correctly, "this is not something to make fun of on social networking sites like blogs".

    But ya, funny.

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  5. OMG....I had been caught red handed this time. Call me double standard....but I couldn't stop myself :)

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  6. LOL...I know such creatures. First let me tell you I'm in US as my husband got transfered (we are on L1 visa).
    Few of my college friends used to take pride that they married to so called NRIs. More than half of them are working in grocery stores and most of the husbands are doing petty jobs. She wants a post graduate, good luck. I think in India such marriages come with a price tag.
    Thank God, she didn't write extremely fair and beautiful. Thats a very common phrase...:)

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  7. my dad also made my account on shaadi.com without my knowledge. one day me and my bro sat him down and read all the "about me" from prospective grooms... well, lets just say he said that he wasted his 5K n something he read just once... but some ppl I knw have had successful marriages so all I can say is "meet,greet and then decide" its anyhow a big gamble :( I STILL highly promote love marriages ;)

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    1. Love marriages or marriage with known person is always better than Shadi.com marriages.

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  8. Empathies with you man! Me too have been through similar torture. And yeah, reading some of these profiles is just like reading some joke-book.

    But, I think usage of 'Alliance' is correct. You do look for 'Matrimonial Alliances'.

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  9. @Saru Di!! xtremely fair and beautiful is also very common :)

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  10. @Dhakkanz: Grammatically I agree to you; thanks for dropping by :)

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  11. You've been awarded, tagged and talked of - http://jojofeelings.wordpress.com/2012/03/14/3-reasons-to-celebrate/

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  12. haha, she should join some travel agency instead. Clowns

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