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30 Things I Would Tell My Son

1. I bet you will grow up to be a beautiful person. If not, I will make sure you do.

2. Son, don’t try too hard. You may not look like Bradley Cooper but a sense of humour like Jim Carrey will more than make up for that.

3. Emulate the people you admire but retain your originality. There is no one like you, that is your Unique Selling Proposition.

4. Fitness is important. I urge you to workout atleast 5 times a week.

5. The woman who loved you at your worst also deserves your best.

6. Never forget an act of kindness. Return the favor whenever you can.

7. Respect women and protect them.

8. Over-indulgence in smoking and drinking is not cool.

9. As curious as you may be, don’t do drugs.

10. Keep your secrets to yourself, don’t share it with the world.

11. Your soulmate will walk into your life when you least expect.

12. Appearances are often deceptive.

13. Life without struggle is boring.

14. Son, it will be great if you learn to play a musical instrument. It will enhance your memory so you remember everything I tell you.

15. Queen is the greatest rock band of all-time. You must check them out.

16. If you like rap, listen to Eminem.

17. The more Albert Einstein studied the universe the more he believed in a higher power.You can’t see God but he exists.

18. The Law of Attraction is not a figment of someone’s imagination. It is very real.

19. Spend on experiences rather than materials. Travel to a different country, experience the culture and taste the local food.

20. Live to eat.

21. Treat everyone equally.

23. Real friends will stick to you when you most need them. You are lucky if you have friends like that.

24. A relationship that begins with a lie is already half over.

25. When a person who loves you believes your lies, it doesn’t make you any clever. It cements the fact that you don’t deserve them or their trust.

26. A good relationship will make you a better person and not the other way around.

27. Don’t give up on your dreams or the one you love.

28. Son, you will never know unless you try. Explore the endless possibilities and discover yourself in the process.

29. Believe in magic. There are thousands of unsolved mysteries that Science doesn’t have an answer to.

30. I love you very much babe and I will always be there for you.

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15 People You Will Meet In Your 20s

15 People You Will Meet In Your 20s

You’ve just graduated and you don’t know what to expect. However, there are certain stereotypes you are most likely to come across in the future. Here are 15 people you will meet in your 20s.

1.  The Good Girl Gone Bad: Who would’ve expected such a drastic change? She said no to drinks and clubbing wasn’t her thing. She had this innocent charm about her. She hardly interacted with people but you always thought she was pretty cool. You meet her again in your 20s and bam! She’s a different person. She is no longer an introvert. She is wild, sassy and confident. Her talents include bar tending, amateur pole dancing and grabbing unnecessary attention.

15 people you will meet in your 20s

2.  The Dedicated Student: His qualifications can put you to shame. His thirst for knowledge (and degrees) can never be quenched. He still has to pay back his study loans. He is too good for his job and is dissatisfied with his current position.

15 people you will meet in your 20s

3.  The Party Animal: Partying is an art and who knows better than this guy. He never misses a night out. Sometimes you wish you could be in his place. His life is a constant party with women, wine, song and an enviable Facebook profile picture.

15 people you will meet in your 20s

4.  The Couple That Goes M.I.A. After Marriage: You knew this couple back in college. They were like two cuddle bunnies, always into each other. As individuals, they were chilled out and very involved in the group. You always knew they were meant for each other. What next? The cute couple get married and disappear from the face of the earth. Seeing them again after many years is sheer joy. They probably have a lot of stories to tell you.

15 people you will meet in your 20s

5. The Person Whose Life Revolves Around His Kid: Most women are struck by this weird phenomena. They will give you regular updates on their kid even if you didn’t ask for it. From their ultra-sound reports to their child’s potty time, everything will be put up on Facebook.

15 people you will meet in your 20s

6. The Co-worker Who Torments You: They are better than you, or so they think. They will try to impress the boss by hook or by crook. They will try to put you down and at times make you feel hopeless. Don’t lose hope, these idiots only make you stronger.

15 people you will meet in your 20s

7. The Casanova: This guy is charming and handsome. If you’re a girl, you’ve probably had a little thing for him. He is a good talker and women are easily swayed by his sweet talks. He is a chauvinist and a heart-breaker. Women know it but still end up falling head over heels in love with him. This douche bag has no respect for the women he hooks up with but ends up getting laid all the time.

15 people you will meet in your 20s

8. The Social Networking Freak: This person has an online presence like no other. His life is an open (Face) book. He tweets minute to minute details of his entire day.

15 people you will meet in your 20s

9. The Person Who is Still the Same: When everyone left to create their own destinies, this guy decided to be patient. He didn’t leave his hometown and lives an ordinary life. He is still the same person you knew when you left.

15 people you will meet in your 20s

10. The Heart-Breaker: This person was the love of your life. You two were probably going to get married. Unfortunately things didn’t workout and you two had to break up. This person will always be there at the back of your mind and whenever something reminds you of him, you feel a sudden drop in your stomach.

15 people you will meet in your 20s

11.  The Non-Existent Person: This person was practically non-existent to you. His presence didn’t mean anything to you. You come across him while you’re leisurely surfing the net one day and you’re like, “I know that guy”.

15 people you will meet in your 20s

12.  The Bad Roommate: Sharing a room with him is agonizing. He leaves dirty dishes in the sink, messes the entire room and calls his girlfriend over, only to have loud disturbing arguments with her. Sometimes you wish you could just fling him out of the window along with the rest of his stuff.

15 people you will meet in your 20s

13. The Perfect Roommate: This person is a drinking buddy, companion and confidant, all in one. He is the easiest person to live with. You couldn’t find anyone better to share the apartment with.

15 people you will meet in your 20s

14. The Person Who Becomes Too Old Too Soon: This person has moved on. He has a house, a family and aspires to achieve things you probably won’t understand. His planning for the future is on full-swing and he doesn’t mind giving you some meaningful (according to him) advice.

15 people you will meet in your 20s

15. The Successful One: He is enjoying all the finer things in life. He is the talk of the town and the subject of envy among your circle. He lives in luxury and looks like a million bucks. His presence makes you feel uncomfortable and you’re not too fond of him. You find him arrogant (maybe he is) and snobbish.

15 people you will meet in your 20s

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5 Reasons Why I Have Started Random Plethora

I’ve always wanted to start my own blog and stay dedicated to it. I started writing when I was 16, that’s when I realized I was pretty good at it. After years of putting off the idea of serious blogging, here I am with my blog, Random Plethora. There was a fair amount of thought process involved in the inception of Random Plethora. I couldn’t think of anything specific to write about. I didn’t want to be tied to a specific category. I wanted to discover myself. That’s when I thought of blogging about random things, mostly lifestyle, entertainment and career. I loved my idea and this led to the birth of my baby, Random Plethora. Here are 5 reasons why I have started Random Plethora.

  1. An idle mind is not always the devil’s workshop: I am currently a student pursuing post-graduation. I wanted to do something more than getting a degree in business. Writing was something close to my heart and blogging seemed like a good place to start. Blogging had many pros like free blog space on word press and the potential to earn a fair income. I thought of giving it a try, that’s how Random Plethora came into being. An idle mind is not always the devil’s workshop. Some of the best ideas hit you when you are idle and least expect it.

5 Reasons Why I've Started Random Plethora

  1. Put my knowledge to practice: I recently completed an internship with an up and coming e-commerce website. I worked mainly as a content writer for them. While working there, I learned new things like SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and effective usage of word press. I wanted to use what I had learned during my brief stint at that company. Starting my own blog would help me apply the knowledge I gained from the internship.

5 Reasons Why I've Started Random Plethora

  1. Inspiration Overdose: During my internship I was asked to make a list of Indian bloggers who would be willing to promote the company’s products and services. I googled all the top bloggers in India like Harsh Agarwal and Pradeep Kumar. I read their stories and how they turned a mere hobby into a business. Not just this I even checked out top international bloggers like Perez Hilton and Arianna Huffington. I was inspired to the core.

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  1. Potential Income Generator: I won’t lie, I did think about the income part of blogging. I’ve read interviews of some popular bloggers. They all said they had started blogging as a hobby. I am not so convinced by their answers but will still give them the benefit of doubt. Blogging can be a potential income generator but not for everyone. People around the world are blogging and vying for attention. I still wanted to try my hand at it. Like they say, you’ll never know unless you try.

5 Reasons Why I've Started Random Plethora

  1. Passion for Writing: I have a flair for writing especially creative writing. I wish to write a book someday. For now I don’t think writing and publishing a book would be possible. I still have so much to learn. Till then, blogging could be my sincere attempt at self-discovery and honing my writing ability.

5 Reasons Why I've Started Random Plethora

I don’t know the fate of Random Plethora but I will try to reach out to as many readers as I can. Through my blog I will express my views on several topics related to lifestyle, entertainment, social media etc.

Give Random Plethora a chance and it will exceed your expectations.

 

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