There are many things boys are tired of hearing. They are expected to keep the door open, pay on dates, push the seat for her, masculine, be gentle and strong at the same time.
Many stereotypical assumptions will be made about you if you are a boy. If you tell others that you are hurt mard ko dard nahi hota(men don’t feel pain) is their answer. They love to assume that your pain receptors are absent because you are a man. Most of the time they bash you for being insensitive but when you try to show them your weak sight by saying yar mje cockroach/lizard say darr lagta hay(I am scared of lizards) they instantly start judging you by saying be a man.
Being a boy is not easy. You can’t weep in public as people say kya larkiyon ki trah ro Raha hay (stop weeping you girl).
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Settle hojao (Things Boys are Tired of Hearing)
Get settled and find a nice girl to marry is desi’s parent’s anthem. Nokri hagi to chokri hogi(first get a job then marry). Zmedaar Bano Sarkari Naukri dhoondo(be responsible and search for a government job). Every time his worth is measured in terms of money he makes. Beta Kitna kama lety ho(how much you earn) is a constant question asked in every gathering.
Big no’s (Things Boys are Tired of Hearing)
In our stereotypical society, there are big no’s in almost every condition. Being a guy if you are on diet, following a skincare routine, wearing pink, not into sports, interested in designing, and other so-called girly stuff our society loses its cool and start calling you meetha/chikna(girly). They say that you are so sensitive for a guy and these rude and hateful remarks turn a sensitive guy into a heartless beast.
Kya larkiyon ki Tarah kitchen main ghussa rehta hay (don’t get involved in girly stuff) is their answer if you can do dishes. They come up with sexist remarks like tell your sister to do that’s not a boys thing to do. If you can’t grow facial hairs you are called chilla Hua aalu or Makhan by your fellows. People need to understand that genetics is a thing.
Expectations (Things Boys are Tired of Hearing)
Expectations are high as Burj khalifa if you are a guy. if your wife is a working woman fellow men try to manipulate you in the worst way possible tu Ghar kay sary kaam Karta hay thallay Laga howa hay(you do house chores you are less dominant). They call you zan mureed and how come your wife makes more money than you, you must be an insecure dude. How can you let her drive the car and you sit in the front seat you are such a shame for the men’s community. Control her a little bit is their constant saying.
You better answer them that you are not a control freak and it is not my place to control her she can do whatever she wants to. Chooriyan pehn lo(wear bangles) is the society’s response to a working women’s husband. People expect that if you are a boy you can stay in the office till late at night like dude I am a boy but I do feel sleepy that’s normal stop burdening me.
As a friend (Things Boys are Tired of Hearing)
Men are tired of hearing I like you but as a friend when they muster up the courage to finally propose to her. Sb mard Ek jesy hoty hen(all men are the same) they say and then build tons of expectations from you. Boys are friend-zoned by the girls they love the most. They are told to be patient and desperate at the same time for making the first move. They are categorized to such an extent that all are given the same rude protocol.
To all the men out there you are a man if you wear pink, that’s okay this has nothing to do with your gender only thing that makes difference is, be gentle and kind towards others to portray a better picture of a sensitive and gentle guy ever. Society can be in harmony if both men and women are treated equally. Peace out!