Is it normal for men to like busty women?

Is it normal for men to like busty women?

Now that’s a loaded question!! To be honest, Men like women. Period.

Now these intricate details on who likes ‘busty’ or ‘not so busty’ or ‘no bust’ etc all depends on the pair of eyes that are staring at the woman horridly.

But yes, the affinity is skewed to well endowed members of the fairer sex. Don’t ask me why.

Whether it’s about fantasy or growing up on interesting magazines, this is the whole ‘big’ truth. Not many men admit these things though. Men are getting very refined now and will compliment a dress that accentuates the figure more often than the figure itself.

Moreover it’s bad enough staring at a woman… and staring at her bust can be highly detrimental to the man’s peace of mind and physical well-being. You see, with all these ‘Block Heels’ and ‘Pencil Heels’ the danger of a facial fracture or a head injury is imminent if your’e caught staring at these sensitive extremities. So keep your eyes on the road sweetie.

Dr Know’s Gyaanology: We aren’t talking oranges and apples here darling! And anywise, size and measurements are all relative, so it really doesn’t matter as long as you are happy!

My girlfriend is from Kolkata and she enjoys eating Ajwain after her meals. She says it helps in digestion. But it’s also get a very, very foul smell. I have tried to reason with her, but she thinks the odour is cool. How do I tell her thanks to an offensive mouth odour, people find her offensive too.

Oye, be happy! You have your own digestive in life. So no more Hajmola (Digestive ) and Meetha pan required. Just go mwah-mwah and enjoy the true properties of the wonder spice Ajwain ( Ajowan Caraway/ Bishop’s Weed).

Seriously man, you need to get your sense of smell checked. Ajwain is known to be an aromatic spice and its odour is far from offensive. It tastes a tad bitter but smells fine! So it’s either your sense of smell or her bad breath!

Dr Know’s Gyaanology: In case you didn’t know, this spice (originated in India) is known to have great digestive properties and is a common home remedy for flatulence and dyspepsia. It is used extensively in cooking for its flavour which is both a little bitter and subtle.

And as for your nose, it certainly needs an ENT specialist check-up !

 The other day an autorickshaw driver pointed me to women coming out of a well-known lounge on North Main Road, Koregaon Park, Pune. The girls were smoking away and one looked totally drunk. He said these are wrong moral values that have come up due to rapid urbanisation of our city. Do you think this is true?

Oh man! Would you have written this mail to me if this were men coming out of that lounge? I doubt it, buddy. Why these double standards? Or are you also part of some moral brigade in our country?

Getting drunk isn’t appropriate (drinking alcoholic beverages can seriously damage your health! ) but this applies to both men and women. Why is it that the women are being singled out to uphold moral values in our society?

Today, women are on an equal footing be it at home or work. In enterprise we have some of the finest women CEOs… And you still carry such archaic views on what is right and what is not, when it comes to a woman?!

Quite ridiculous, my friend.

Dr Know’s Gyaanology: The auto driver is forgiven for he may not have the perspective and the exposure in the current world to know that these differences don’t exist any longer… but you! No, this isn’t about what rapid urbanisation can do to women. Urbanisation has taken its toll but equally for men and women. Men are in fact doing more harm than good to their own lives.

My personal advice to you would be to ignore such rubbish and do some good social service. Advise people to drink responsibly and avoid smoking. Both are horrid for your body. As far as morals are concerned, focus on your own more than others. Do tell the autorickshaw driver as well if and when you meet him next.

The other day when I visited my best friend, his brother gave me a hug that seemed abnormal. It was a bear hug, which made me feel uncomfortable though given that he’s quite a hunk, my heart did skip a beat. My friend noticed it, but she didn’t think much about it. I have refused several requests from her to visit her home as I don’t want to get entangled into any emotional or physical relationship. I value my friendship, but do you think it will strain our relations if I speak to her about the incident.

Make up your mind, baby!! You’re heart skipped a beat, he is a hunk and yet it’s an abnormal hug. This is all so damn confusing..

Get your act together. He gave you a bear hug, your heart skipped a beat and now you don’t know what to do, right? Do I smell a rat here now? Ok sweetheart get honest!! You want another one huh?

If it’s just being uncomfortable this time, forget about it and just move on. Avoid visiting her when he’s around. This is the simple solution for this. Why get into long protracted discussions with your pal on this. It must have been a harmless hug for his sisters friend. Over and done with, unless of course there was more hug than her hug..

Dr Know’s Gyaanology: If i were you, I wouldn’t do much. If this happens again, then it’s imperative that you talk to your friend and express your discomfort with him.

Why jump the gun? This time give him the benefit of doubt. Its rather unlikely that he would attempt to get smart with his own sister’s friend. For the time being, just chill darling. All is well.

Thank you my handsome hunks and gorgeous babies for all those questions; The big ones and hugs and all that..! Just keep it coming week after week. All it takes is a mail to editorial@pune365.com

Now be good and have a great weekend… Keep those eyes on the road and don’t forget its bad manners to stare!

Ciao for now!

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