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Are You Turning Into An Auntyji?

Take the test to know if you've graduated from didi to aunty.

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    You have used "Kids these days" in the recent past.
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    You have asked a young person, "Do you remember this song?"
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    When they shook their head you said, "How can you not know this song? It was a big hit!"
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    You have used "Hamare time mein" in the recent past.
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    When an aunty comes over to your house, you're mildly interested in the new gossip she's brought.
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    In return, you've also shared gossip.
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    You don't know what to talk about with teenagers anymore.
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    You've resorted to asking "Aur padhai kaisi chal rahi hai?"
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    You started advising them.
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    You felt bad after they made an excuse and went away because you were sort of enjoying the conversation.
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    The kids who wore knickers in front of you are having girlfriends/boyfriends.
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    The same kids have added you on Facebook and you shake your head at their posts.
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    You have asked a teenager with a girlfriend/boyfriend if they have thought of marriage.
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    You mentally imagined their wedding ceremony.
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    You also imagined the sari you would be wearing to the said ceremony.
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    You were shocked when they broke up and got a new girlfriend/boyfriend almost immediately.
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    You've rolled your eyes at "Aaj kal ki generation."
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    You have recently said, "Aray kitna bada ho gaya hai!" to a cousin whom you met after a very long time.
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    You have recently said, "Tu itniiiii choti thi when I last saw you" to a teenager.
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    You have told a teenager, "You don't know what love is" and smiled.
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    Your friends/family have kids that call you aunty and you insist on being called didi.
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    You have started worrying about your weight and have considered walking in the jogger’s park nearby.
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    You bought Bata walking shoes for the same.
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    You've started going to weddings only for the variety of food.
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    Where you take off your high heels as soon as you get a table.
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    People have to pull you in to make you dance.
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    Where you do your signature step for a bit.
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    And then pretend someone was calling you to get out of there.
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    Uncles and aunties have started leaving their children with you.
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    And you actually enjoyed playing with them.
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    You’re easily amused by the things little ones say.
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    You imagined what it would be like to have your own children someday.
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    You love your coffee but you know true enjoyment is in chai.
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    You secretly smile when clubbing plans get canceled and you get to stay home.
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    You have started following the desi soap operas you mocked your mom for watching.
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    You have gotten your friends hooked on the same.
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    Your conversations now include, "Did you see what happened in the last episode?"
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    There is a dish that you have perfected.
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    Your mom can't stop bragging about all the things her daughter can make.
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    Chai time with your mom is a discussion around marriages.
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    You’ve started understanding your mom more than ever.
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    You've become a pro at bargaining with the sabziwalla.
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    You raised your eyebrow when you caught a teenager lying to you.
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    You smirked when you asked them not to lie to you and they said, "How did you know?"
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    You've told a teenager their "Jab tu chota tha" story.
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    You've pulled a teenager's cheeks and said something like, "how much ever you grow up, you will still be chotu motu for me."
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    If you find a smart, young guy or girl, you mentally start sorting your cousins whom they could marry.
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    You have perfected various versions of saying "Accha."
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    When someone younger shared their problem with you, you smiled and said, "You're worried about this?"
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    You listened to them and consoled them by saying, "Don't worry, it all works out in the end."
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