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Yes, there are several clichés you get to hear about Indian men, and though most of them are true, you can never quite understand them fully.Dating Indian men, on the other hand, is a whole different story.Tricky and dangerous at the same time, here are 20 things you must know about dating an Indian man. The looks: When it comes to Indian men, it is hard to differentiate between a glance and a venereal stare. The wooing: Can someone please correct the definition of wooing for these men?What's more, their eyes are talented enough to scan a female body within microseconds. Just for the record, wooing does not involve cat-calling, ‘that’ creepy smile or talking in a way that makes it so obvious that our breasts are all that's on your mind! The not-to-smooth moves: We wish Indian men would buy themselves Dating for Dummies already!Keeping us waiting at a bus/metro stop, bringing their friends along for support, ordering for us and going dutch definitely don't make them dating material. We have a tattoo, enjoy a drink or two and hang out with your friends, so we must definitely be ‘easy,’ right? His mother: Nothing and no one ever supercedes the Indian mother.And just because we went on a date, doesn’t mean we've devoted our lives to being subservient to your feelings and choices! The unrealistic expectations: Yes, we went on a date with you. No, it is not all right to presume that we will sleep with you, marry you and produce offspring for you. Honestly, we don’t know where you got your education, but you need to go back for some common sense. The talks: "It is not a relationship baby, it’s ‘so’ much more than that." This one is for the oversmart Indian men. We might be the prettiest, talented, richest, kindest people on the planet but we have to be approved by ‘mumma’ first! The smell: Indian men think that body odour is acceptable. The ego: Studies have shown that larger the ego, smaller the appendage. Arranged marriages: You will never be the one he marries because after all mommy insists on an arrange marriage for her prince.
To add to our misery, most of them also recycle their underwear by wearing them inside out. The spitting and pissing syndrome: We've seen men stop their cars in the middle of rush hour traffic, open their fly, pull out their appendage and piss on the road in full public view. Sex: Coming from the land of Kama Sutra, we are ashamed to admit that Indian men know nothing about the female body, let alone are aware of what to do in bed. Unfortunately for them, we are not porn stars and that's not how we like to have sex! Anti-friends: Why are they always scared of meeting our friends? His caste: You're both not the same caste, so it's not working out? Is it insecurity, ego issues or an inferiority complex? Be a man and face the fact that we have a life and it's okay to be involved in it. The possessiveness: Do not meet your friends, do not go that place, do not work in that office, do not eat that. This letter was written in response to an article: Dear Editor: I'm sorry but I would like to challenge some of your Indian male readers.