5 Things You’ll Relate To If You Are The Only Girl In An All-Boy Group, Like Chaithra Rao
For those of you who studied in an all-women institution, haven’t you ever wanted to be part of a guy gang? When I say gang, I mean a group of your best buddies. It is known that many women don’t do so well in girl-groups because only a handful of them can tolerate competition. Your favourite character Janaki from the show Jodi Hakki on Zee Kannada is one such person who prefers to build reliable friendships.
Watch this episode to relate to Janaki and Rama’s struggles:
Were you part of any such guy gang? Then these five things will totally be relatable to you.
1. Who says only life-partners are protective?
You don’t have to worry about your safety because they always got your back. You will never feel unsafe as long as your bros/magas are with you.
2. Less emotional drama.
If you are the dudette of a group of machas, it means that you too don’t like any kind of emotional drama. In fact, you’ll bring in the lack of drama in the guys’ lives with your weird shenanigans.
3. No judgements whatsoever.
You don’t have to worry about dressing up, or behaving in a certain way because honestly, they never befriended you for your looks. If that was the case they’d be totally trying to ask you out.
4. Are you the adventurous kind?
Your buddies will be the only ones who’ll always be game for any adventure you are planning, no matter the extent of craziness. You have to say the word and they are right there with you.
5. Issues between you and their respective girlfriends.
This is probably the trickiest phase of your life. Your best bud finds himself a girlfriend. Unfortunately, she ends up despising you because of how close you are to her boyfriend. All you can do is hope for the best and learn to adjust with her (annoying but true).
Are you part of a guy gang? Have you faced any of these situations? Write in your thoughts and experiences in the space below.
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