Just a good ol’ boy!!!

What would one call a person who
  • Is just there for someone!
  • Who gives the shoulder for ppl. who cry, ears for ppl. who wanna talk, care for ppl. who he cares about!
  • Tries to make her smile and laugh when she is troubled!
  • Makes her see the bright stars when all she is interested in is the towering dark midnite!
  • Trusts someone beyond a point of question and yet is questioned of his integrity every time!
  • Patiently bears with all idiosyncracies of a person, and then at the end of the day is just branded and accused?!!
  • A person who is shamingly honest about every aspect of his feelings, and yet is misread!
  • A person who craves to understand, and yet is misunderstood!
  • A person who only wishes to cherish the beautiful things in the world, but is treated like a criminal?!!

Would there be a name for him? Or is he just some inconsequential human meant only to be used and thrown?! He is just a good ol’ boy! Someone who just stays silent… saying nothing… not getting a chance to say anything…. not a single chance!


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    • jayashree on October 3, 2005 at 5:53 AM
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    a precious gem,only few can recognize the uncut.

    • Chandan on October 4, 2005 at 9:35 AM
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    I would like to call it “being too much Mr.Perfect”. Plz don’t get me wrong and I honestly appreciate Mr. Perfect and recpect the person you
    have mentioned here. I’m tring to be honest and pouring out some thoughts
    from my past experiences.

    So, for example, I hear lot of men saying things like ” I hate all the drama that women create. Why do they creat this stuff?”

    My Ans: Drama accomplishes a lot of things at once. It gets attention,It sends emotion thru body, its a way to be self righteous, its often fun to women and on and on… But most men cant understand them because drama fulfills needs that most men don’t have

    Hence my take on this is, being Mr.Perfect is illogical and does not work with women.And the most important thing of all is they don’t deserve it. women are playing out a role that has’nt changed for thousands (millions?) of years. This days the language and clothing are different. But its the same that it’s always been.

    • Madhuri on October 5, 2005 at 3:35 PM
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    Aaaaaaaw….it sounds too good to have a friend like that though i wudnt accuse ot reprimand such a friend for no reason, if i had one!!! 😉

    • Manjesh on October 5, 2005 at 9:58 PM
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    “eno eno enaagideyo” 😉

    naanu enu comment maaDalicchisuvudilla,

    “eno eno enaagideyo” 😉

    yaake andre idanna bari huDgeerige baredidiya.

    “eno eno enaagideyo” 😉

    huDgeerE comment maaDli.

    “eno eno enaagideyo” 😉

    ok.. barlaa… byeee

    “eno eno enaagideyo” 😉

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