Some parents are cool with their kids dating and also roast them about not having a partner, while some are not. The latter often gives rise to elaborate stories to convince families when the couple wants to get married.
And Twitter users recently got into a discussion about parents not believing their kids can fall in love and attributing it to things like black magic and hidden motives.
Indian parents think their daughters can't fall in love, uss ladke ne hi apne jaal mai fasaa liya hoga.
— MS🍁 (@MS_captioned) June 15, 2021
Part time boyfriend full-time Spiderman💃🏻 https://t.co/qcKEQTUjx4
— Kartik📿 (@SakataKartik) June 15, 2021
Daughters successfully pretend to be innocent in their houses https://t.co/SsnQR1Wkc8
— DestinyBlaze (@DestinyBlaze2) June 15, 2021
— Shayarcaster (@shayarcaster) June 15, 2021
Not just daughters, it happens with sons too.
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Jab bete pe aati to they say "uss chudail ne hi koi jaadoo Kiya Hoga mera beta to ladkiyo ki taraf aankh utha ke bhi nahi dekhta" https://t.co/W4AhYQkiLd
— S. (@highonnweed) June 17, 2021
Indian moms think their son can't fall in love , kisi ladki ne hi apne jaal me fasaya hoga. https://t.co/FnYc3agpJN
— Ranjan Sharma (@Sharmajaoge) June 16, 2021
Some people asked some pertinent questions!
What happens when someone’s parents see this tweet😂😂
— Sourav Babuaan (@BabuaanSourav) June 15, 2021
Hahaha y can’t they change this mentality 😕😶
— Ellen (@dua_elli) June 16, 2021
Are your parents the same? Tell us.