Feminism is on the rise. People have started taking the issue of equal rights seriously. But then again, not every girl has the same viewpoint.
Most guys still percieve girls dumb, shallow and money-minded. In reality, no one can answer that question. So, here we bring again a set of simple to mild girls that you'll get to meet, be friends with or date during your time in college.
1. The Absolute Deal-Breakers
She just wants to finish college and either go for job or just get married off. Just try and spot em as early in college life as possible. They aren't good friends so you just have to avoid them ASAP! Let me get an image inside your head the next time you try and strike a conversation with such girls.
2. The Delhi Gene
Confident, Sassy, English with an Accent, that's how most would describe a Delhite. They are always fun to hang-out with, know how to maintain boundaries (most of the times). The only reason you can screw this up is by catching a wrong signal. Don't!
3. The Braniac
The readers, the intellectuals, the scholars and also, the bookworms all under one roof. Well Determined about what they want in their lives, from type of friends to their career goals. Not all serious, some are funny too!
4. The Serial Friendzoner
The one that suspends you in the abominable friendzone. You become this lifeless being around her that has no power. Just run when you sense this!
5. The One you can't even
Some Girls, you can't even think of, or try to talk to. You know your level. Maybe it's the best thing, they are a bit crazy!
6. The Love Bubble
Some Girls still live in the DDLJ Generation. Poor Souls. Something bad usually happens with them. Who is to blame? Douchebags!
7. The Activist
She'll fight for equality and also for dogs. She has the guts and wisdoms ... and most of the times, a good following too, not on fb or twiiter, but the actual kind.
8. The one you thought ... but then ...
Maybe you'll be able to find one, but then she might be just another annoying, obnoxious and insecure girl, just like every other you've encountered.
To the few readers who read this post, you might see all this as an absolute female bashing article. I am just offering my opinion about my college life and the experience that I have had. If you wish to add more, do mention in the comments below.