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Ye message to mere dil pe lag gaya,
aankhon me aasu bhar aye....
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After seeing Sanjay Dutts parole of 30 days,
My Mummy asked me :
"Ye dekho...
Aajkal Jail main bhi leaves milti hai...
Tum aisi kaunsi
Company main kaam karte ho jisme chutti milti
hi nahi???? !!

Tags: money, relationships, careers
Asked by tragedy king, 20 Mar 10:41 pm
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Well it is a indirectly a perception of the difficult and stressful times that we live in. They say "Work hard, enjoy even harder", but its easier said than done. If the organisations give good packages then they extract even more work from us, which leaves scars on us both physically and mentally. So difficult is it to cope up with the work during the allotted time that not only people overstay till late at night, but also work on weekends also.
But there is a silver lining at which we can look at. At least we are financially well off than many others. There are people working for almost twelve hours at small firms or shops at salaries less than ten thousand and they struggle to cope up and manage the expenditure as they are the only earning members in the family. People do manual labour for contractors at two hundred rupees per day and they are not guaranteed employment for three sixty five days in a year. At least we are far better off than such people.
Answered by Manoj Adwani, 20 Mar 10:59 pm

 
  
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Ehehehheeheheehhe Well it is a indirectly a perception of the difficult and stressful times that we live in. They say "Work hard, enjoy even harder", but its easier said than done. If the organisations give good packages then they extract even more work from us, which leaves scars on us both physically and mentally. So difficult is it to cope up with the work during the allotted time that not only people overstay till late at night, but also work on weekends also.
But there is a silver lining at which we can look at. At least we are financially well off than many others. There are people working for almost twelve hours at small firms or shops at salaries less than ten thousand and they struggle to cope up and manage the expenditure as they are the only earning members in the family. People do manual labour for contractors at two hundred rupees per day and they are not guaranteed employment for three sixty five days in a year. At least we are far better off than such people.
Answered by Motu, 10 Apr 10:33 pm

 
  
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Ehehehheeheheehhe
Answered by new moon, 20 Mar 10:42 pm

 
  
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