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10 Daily Life Problems Every Indian Guy Faces

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Living in India isn’t an easy task at all. Being an Indian guy, there are some set of problems that
are encountered by the Indian guys in their daily span of life.
Here is a list of problems faced by an Indian guy in his daily life.

 

1. LOADS OF RESPONSIBILITY

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Indian guys are loaded with responsibility. Every man born in India has to handle a great
deal of expectations and not only that, the only option for them is to come up positive with these
expectations or else they are tormented by their very own family members, peer groups and
other social beings around them.

 

2. OVERINDULGING FRIENDS

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Every Indian guy has to face a peer group that forces him to consume things that he
don’t really want to consume. Statements like, “A single sniff of drugs won’t affect you much”
actually convinces majority of them. Incidentally, if he gets moved by his peer group he gets
addicted to these unhealthy habits and ends up in a much different manner than he is supposed

to.

 

3. JUDGEMENTAL NEIGHBOURHOOD

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Getting judged by some random neighbor would be the last thing you want. Indian
guys face this kind of situation in their day to day life. Near about every person in the
neighborhood, especially the old women would like to make a comment on the professional as
well as the personal life of the men living in their locality. Gossip is their major stream of daily
life that ultimately ends up with judging some Indian guy in their locality.

 

4. FACING SOCIAL INEQUALITY

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Right from travelling on public transportation to walking on streets, first preference is
always provided to women over men. Regardless of the nature of the person, women are paid
more respect no matter what the circumstances. Yes, “MEN ARE DOGS” is the statement used
for Indian guys which is not considered just a statement but is actually implied to India men
whereas, women are considered as “GODDESS”, the two faces of a single coin.

 

5. JACK OF ALL TRADES

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Yes, men can carry out their job well when it comes to professionalism but that’s not
all. When it comes to being an Indian guy you need to be perfect at odd jobs as well. Right from
being a carpenter to being a plumber, every odd job is something Indian guys needs to be
perfect at.

 

6. GETTING FRIEND ZONED

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In a country as big as India, it is common for Indian guys to get friend zoned by
the one with whom they want to spend their life. Although, this is not something that
takes place on a daily basis but something as usual as getting friend zone is common
with Indian guys.

 

7. OBNOXIOUS COMPARISONS

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People in India are excellent in drawing comparisons between two people on the
basis of their appearance, academic qualification, career status, etc. the most common
scenario that one witnesses in the Indian Families is the illogical and insensitive
comparisons that are drawn between two different personalities.

 

8. RESTLESSNESS

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Every Indian guy has to sacrifice his dear sleep in order to work hard and earn
more. In order to fulfill high level of expectancy from their families, every responsible
guy works late night that leads to restlessness in their personal lives.

 

9. RATIONAL FOOLS

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Guys are said to be prudent when it comes to their professional lives but when it
comes to their personal lives, Indian guys are rational fools. Every decision taken by an
Indian guy in their personal lives is based on emotional attachments and not on the
basis of their mental diligence.

 

10. COMPULSORY EARNER OF THE HOUSE

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The concept of collectivism is followed in the economy of India. An Indian guy
cannot afford to remain ideal at any time when he becomes responsible. He has to be
the one earning for his household at all times and if he does not follow these set rules of
the Indian society then he has to face utmost level of discrimination.

 

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