By Tanvi Deshmukh Last Updated:
Indian weddings are no less than a grand festival, where we find a beautiful blend of happiness and celebration. That is why, as soon as the wedding season arrives, all of us get really excited to be a part of at least a few of them. And, once the wedding season is over, we take back with us a lot of beautiful memories. But, some people have a lot more than just those ‘memories’, to take along with themselves from these weddings. For them, the party does not really stop even after the wedding is over.
Wondering what we are talking about? Well, then take a look at these signs that would tell you if a person is suffering from the wedding season hangover, and find out if you are also one of them.
Why not? After all, I worked so hard to learn all those steps!
Jalebi, gulabjamun, rasgulla! I don’t know who you all are.
I decided not to spend more than my budget. But then, that shop had so many things just for me.
I looked so awesome in the wedding, and the world must know that!
You don’t want to hear what I am telling you? Who cares! I will still tell you all about it.
I will dance like this only, main taan aidaan hi nachna!
I hate that auntyji for stuffing me with chaats, moong dal ka halwa, and what not!
That’s right. Why would I do something as boring as that when I have the option of having fun with the selfies!
Believe me, even my jaw still hurts because of those long hours of fake smiling.
Of course, I know nobody wears such heavy lehengas or anarkalis on regular days. But, I need a break even from a cotton dupatta for some time.
So, how many of these signs were you able to relate to? And, if you think that we missed out on a few of the signs, then do share them with us in the comments box below.
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