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    The Week That Was; Trash It, Trend It

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    January 10, 2016

    Welcome again to my weekly desi take on the top trends and news of this week.

    Yes, people say stupid stuff, and some go ahead and DO even more ire inviting stuff. My goal is to be unbiased to their degree of stupidness and bring to you the top 3 mentions of the week that can induce a migraine even in the most patient of us.

    But playing by the Silver Linings Playbook, I want to keep my karma in check, and also not bog you down with all that was wrong this week, so as a treat, here’s also the top 3 things of this week that made social browsing worth the cringe.

    We had hoped 2016 would be different, but to no avail. And the situation would likely remain the same all year round.

    Trend It

    The Pathankot warriors. Jai Hind!

    pathankot

    Ranveer Singh at pretty much every word function.

    ranveer

    That now you can control sperms through a switch. Population control is going to get innovative.

    sperm-switch

    Trash It

    Mass sexual attacks in Cologne Germany. Be it carried out by refugees or natives, it is unacceptable. 

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    Afghanistan, Pakistan, China and US to begin talks on Monday aimed at reviving the Afghan peace process. If only talks could explain the past 14 years of Taliban.

    talks

    That George R. R. Martin has still not finished writing the last book in The Game of Thrones saga.

    georgemartin

    Let’s make this is a weekly affair, where we can vent our hearts out.

    Catch you next Sunday!

    Until then, keep an ear out for topics you’d like me to take up next week and holler them to me in the comments. Or use your stalking skills and reach out on social media with the top news this week!

    Image Credits: Google Images+Pinterest

    Views presented in the article are those of the author and not of ED.

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