With the onset of Monsoon in India, what also sets into motion are the different moods people have as a result of it. While there are those who are enjoying their romantic baarish-wali drives, others are irritated with the splash of mud-water by passing by vehicles. Let’s explore the many moods monsoon brings with it:
In The Memory Of The Ex
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Monsoon indeed brings out a dark color in some. While it may be the favorite time of the year for lovebirds, it also ends up being a hard time for ex- lovebirds. Monsoons remind them of a time they shared an umbrella that one time. A real wave of sadness and nostalgia takes over majnus when the monsoon hits. You might assume that those drops on their face are rain drops, but they’re actually tears. LOL 😛
Frustrated At The Downpour
This is a specific breed of people who will tick off even at the drizzles. Puddles and heavy showers are their arch nemesis. They somehow always end up being the unfortunate target for roadside splashes. Everything about the season of monsoon can annoy them. Right from wet hair to little insects that the come along in the season. We’d imagine their outrage when the rains turn into floods turns rather personal. The whining is seasonal for them.
Beginning Of The Philosophical Era
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With a pen in the hand, staring out at the rain some people transform into the Kabira mode. The writer in them comes jumping out and all of a sudden, their interpretation of the slowly falling pitter patter rains is deeper than that of your Grammar teacher. Free gyan, poetries, emo captions – you name it. Such philosophical moods are seen erupting quite often among people now with free access to Instagram making them all #WritersOfInstagram.
The Water Baby Mood
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Some aqua- lovers get super-excited even at the first drop of rains. No more sweating in the summers! They’re the human version of peacocks that come out dancing joyously when the rain showers hit the ground. And you’d be kidding yourself if you think only kids do that. Think of Shraddha Kapoor in Half Girlfriend or even Tip Tip Barsa Paani (monsoon makes Police Officers dance too).
Rains hold the power of washing away old memories and making you feel anew. The refreshing scent of the first rains is the best. And yet, the very same rain can also make you take a dip into the river of nostalgia and regrets. Well, choose your mood wisely!