Yes, we all know such people. Some of us are even a part of that group and there’s no shame being what we are. Probably you had exams, an event or were just not interested in the whole “festivity” as compared to the rest. Do you know people like this? Or are you the one? Read along, as we write your story today!

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Yes, we all know such people. Some of us are even a part of that group and there’s no shame being what we are. Probably you had exams, an event or were just not interested in the whole “festivity” as compared to the rest.


Do you know people like this? Or are you the one? Read along, as we write your story today!


1.) Everyone wanted to know the reason for your absence.



Everyone wanted to know the reason for your absence.


Before you could tell the reason, everyone has been guessing the most weird reasons regarding your absence from the gathering and the celebrations. That is when you have to clarify why exactly you didn’t turn up. It is a task. Always.


2.) People don’t understand how you just DON'T like Holi.



People don’t understand how you just DON'T like Holi.


While there are a set of people who really like Holi, there’s always a bunch who is not fond of the festival. People keep asking you and question your choices as to why you don’t like such a colourful festival and joy. You try to explain your side of the story as convincingly as possible.


3.) The only part you love about the festivities is the food.


The only part you love about the festivities is the food.



And there’s no denying that! You absolutely don’t miss out on the food even if you are missing the “fun” outside. The sweets, the dishes, the full-fledged meals, you love enjoying those delicacies with the family.


4.) You were probably sitting inside doing your favourite activities.



You were probably sitting inside doing your favourite activities


It might be watching a sitcom or even just cooking or talking to your best friends as you wish them “happy holi”. For you, anything is better than going out and playing.


5.) You have used excuses of “not being well” too many times.




You have used excuses of “not being well” too many times.



While there can be a chance that you were actually not well and you couldn’t be a part of the festival, the other half of the people use this as an excuse to stay inside their houses to just sit and relax. #PureEvil



  1. 6.) Your phone was packed with unread messages and missed phone calls yesterday.


Your phone was packed with unread messages and missed phone calls yesterday.




Full of messages like “What’s the plan bro?”, “Where are we meeting?”, “ Meet you at 11”. Needless to say, you replied and people were disappointed to know your reactions afterwards.


7.) You didn’t want to check your social media profiles, afterwards.



You didn’t want to check your social media profiles, afterwards.


For the only reason that the pictures were going to be about the colors splashed, muddy faces and unrecognizable wardrobes. You don’t want to see the pictures because excess of it aggravates you.


8.) It is hard to tell and explain to people that even you had fun.



 It is hard to tell and explain to people that even you had fun.


People don’t think that it is possible to have fun after a colourless Holi. You try to explain to them that how it couldn’t have been better and even you enjoyed as much as them.




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