Accepting Changes


Rohan never wants to be grown up. He always loved his carefree child life. Playing video games, watching cartoons, non stop eating and playing cricket with buddies are the integral part of his life. But now he is 15, he has to behave like a grown up. His friends love to run behind girls but he never takes much interest in all these things. His parents get irritated with his child like behavior.

One day his father tried to explain the importance of being grown up :

Father – “Son, I think you should start behaving maturely. We have to change ourself with time this is the rule of life. You should start taking responsibilities, enjoy your teenage life and last, but not least start shaving. Look at yourself you are looking like a “Loafer”.”

Rohan – “I don’t want to shave. I may get hurt, it looks so dangerous. You also don’t allow to touch me your razor before.”

Father – “At that time, you was a kid and the razor that we used was not so good. It was quite heavy and anyone can get easily by it. But these days gillete have given a good options, try them.”

Rohan – “I don’t want to.. leave me alone.”

One day, he saw a very pretty girl and lost all his senses. She has joined the school recently. Many times he tried to talk with her, but she always run away. One day he stopped her in the middle of the road while she was going home. The girl started screaming “Gunda, Gunda save me please, help me”. Then Rohan realized that all this happening because of his stubble. He said “Sorry” to her and left the place. After this incidence he decided to shave, now he realized that his father was right. He has to accept the changes and move on in life.

This post is a part of #WillYouShave activity at BlogAdda in association with Gillette

I’m accepting and acknowledging the tag of Teny through this post. I’m tagging a few of my blogger friends for the same activity:VP, Aziz Ampanwala, Megha

Please don’t forget to mention that you were referred by me in your post.

Topics for Girls:
An instance when a stubble came in the way of a man’s chance to make a good impression.
An instance when a well groomed look ensured that they struck gold on an opportunity given to them.
Topics for Guys:
Missed chances- Stories or instances where you missed out on an opportunity because of a non-shaven face.
Luck or Confidence?- Will you leave your fate in the hands of destiny or will you step up and say yes to a well-groomed face to be at your best everyday? #WillYouShave.

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