Latest posts by Nayab Imtiaz (see all)
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- ”What Happened To Your Hair,” They Ask Me, And I Have No Answer. - December 8, 2016
Being a woman is hard enough and some people (mostly aasteen k saanps) make your life a living hell or even a thousand times worse than that. Pakistan might have ‘’positive’’ things too like beautiful scenery and truck art, but let’s focus on something else today. Something your entire family is super excited and concerned about (especially if you are a girl) from the very moment of your birth; Shadi! Mann me laddu phuta? Hold it right there, and let me decode how it is really like to step out of teenage.
Aapki Beti Jawan Ho Gai Hai, Shadi Kb Kar Rahi Hain Aap Eski?
When the aunty acts like you ain’t standing right there. I am right here, look at me!
Shadi K Baad Kar Lena Parhai Puri
I don’t have a response to this, except:
Apne Ghar Jao Hamari Zimaydari Puri Ho
Wait what? The place where I grew up wasn’t my home? Ouch.
Itna Parh Likh K Kia Karna Hai?
*Eye roll* Ye:
Itni Educated Larkiyon Ki Rishtay Nae Miltay
Please! Esa narrow minded chahiyay bhi nae
Es Maashray Me Akeli Larki Survive Nae Kar Sakti
When was the last time you told your son to lower his gaze?
Ach. Aur Kuch?
Jitni Tum Hadh Haram Ho, Kon Karay Ga Tum Se Shadi?
*Haay* Shukar hai. *Keeps Playing Football*
23 Saal Ki Ho Gai Hia Abhi Bhi Kunwari Hai, Zaroor Daal Me Kuch Kala Hai.
Nae aap cha kia rahi hain ab?
And Then They Emotionally Blackmail You into Shadi
Kyunkeh ‘’hamaray baad kon rakhay ga tumhain?’’
*Day After Marriage* Beta Koi Khushkhabri Hai?
And When You Say You Don’t Wanna Have Kids at 21 or 22 or 3-4-5.