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Pyaar Ka Punchnama: If You Are in a Happy Relationship, This One Is NOT for You

Remember the classic song Main shaayar toh nahin? I guess the modern version of the song can be: Main shaayar toh nahin, magar aee haseen... Jabse khaaye dhokhe... mujhko... shayari aa gayi... The life of a shayar is very interesting. They fall into the trap of love and eventually, start writing all romantic prose and excerpts and what not. The minute they realise the harsh consequences and realities of a relationship, the shayar tries to pour her/his heart out. Here are some honest Shayari, that all broken hearts would have written if they ever faced such situations. 

Not everything that men say is TRUE! 

To all girls: He is a writer, he is a shayar. Don't take his words seriously all the time. He might just play with words and you would never know.     

Love truly has no boundaries...  

Guys move mountains to impress girls and then this happens.  

The track 'Khoon choos le tu mera' goes well with this situation.

If you have ever been in a relationship, you will definitely understand the struggles of missing out on your time with friends and family and all of it for that one 'significant other'.  

Who the eff made this rule, bruh? 

You talk about equality? Honey, let's dutch na then. 

This is why friends say: "Bhai, tu badal gaya hai!" 

This is the major reason why friends think that men change after getting into a relationship.  

Love is blind, like LITERALLY blind.  

Girls know when and where to start and end a THING. But guys, they get stuck and this is what happens next. 

When common sense says 'Good Bye', pal. 

Ever heard of the saying 'to drop an axe on your own feet'? That is exactly what being in a relationship is like. Common sense fades away, and you don't understand what the heck is going on.

Bann gaya kutta... 

This is something that only best friends can see... The article was originally written by Ambar Verman.If you have anything like this to share, let us know in the comment section below. You can also write to me at muskan@wittyfeed.com.