Pune’s Youth Share Their Darkest Secrets – Are You Listening Parents ?

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Got a secret. Can you keep it? Swear this one you’ll save!
Better lock it in your pocket. Taking this one to the grave.’

While, some secrets are best taken to the grave, you can’t help but wonder how your folks might react to your indiscretions.

Taking a sip of liquid courage, Pune’s youth share their darkest secrets telling us everything they want you (as parents) to know.

Guilty Confessions.

“I have a sugar daddy at work and Ravish (my fiancé) doesn’t know. Please don’t judge me.”
Roshna Arora, (29)

“Mom, I’m in a live-in relationship here. It’s why I haven’t moved home. I’m sorry, I love him.”
Sejal Mudra, (23)

Brother-Sister Quarrels.

“I still pee in the garden sometimes, to water my sister’s plants.”
Fahd Rashney, (22)

“Rashmi- Those biscuits you like so much are Bruno’s favourites too.” *dog biscuits*
Ravi Mankikar, (21)

-Silence is brutal.

Dad– I know you objectify me. Thinking about what you must think of me makes me want to kill myself.”
Viera Dawson, (27)

“I was touched inappropriately by my school rickshaw uncle when I was six. I can make sense of the memories now, but who to tell!?”
Ayushi Ghosh, (20)

“Dad, I know you’re flirty on Whatsapp and are cheating on mom. But what can I do.. Should I ruin her happiness?”
Mihir Goel, (24)

Heart break.

“I love my neighbour, who you call my brother. Thanks folks!”
Steffi Sebastian, (25)

-Mischief or Madness.

“Mom, dad, you should know- Vidushi and me practiced kissing when we were kids. We’re so sorry.” *sister kisser*
Sidhesh Agarwal, (23)

“Dad- What you think is Vodka, is actually 70% water by now.” *sorry to spoil your Magic Moments*
Ishan Vaid, (22)

 

This is is just the tip of the whacky iceberg folks ! Considering what we have unearthed, perhaps it’s time to sit-down with your ward for a tell all session. It may just help! 

Aditi Balsaver

Aditi Balsaver

A rapacious reader and animal lover, Aditi is a traveler on weekends and a writer at night..
Aditi Balsaver

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