Whenever the talk about relationship comes up in my family household, theres always a mixed reaction. When we were in primary and secondary school, my siblings and I were told that we could have ”boyfriends/girlfriends” after we finished our GCSEs. Post-GCSEs, it was A’Levels, and now when we’re all in University, the parents are still finding this whole issue so longwinded. They tend to bring up the whole, dignity and society values up. What will people think, what will they say. I cant understand why my parents and many other Nepali parents would want to focus so much on others feedbacks. I guess they want to present the image of an ideal family out to others, even to the ones who we dont know. Nepali parents also seem to get confused with being in a relationship, whenever my parents suspect that we’re hatched up with someone, their favourite topic is ‘Engagement’. They believe that rather than dating we should jump to this commitment. Their reason for this is, people would stop gossiping, you dont have to keep it on the low. Laa Dee Dahh Boo! I dont really know where Im going with this post, or what the message of this article is.