Lucky And Vin

Our Imagination let loose; Opinions raging; Views bouncing between the pros and cons; Inventions and Solutions; Recipes for Success; Confusion of Relationships – All this and more under one roof between Lucky and Vin

Archive for the 'Relationships' Category


   Jan 18

A Chance for Destiny

The other day, I was talking to this friend of mine, Roxanne who is still single by the way. She happens to be successful in every other field except in the dating scene. Well, there is no flaw in her. She is pretty in a petite lady-like manner, is fun-loving, kind, sensible, funny, realistic, adventurous […]

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   Nov 25

That someone

Have you had a boyfriend who is tuned to your every need and who makes you feel like you are the only one that matters? Someone who would chase you around the house just to hug you and nestle his head into your hair breathing in your scent to give you a kiss on your […]

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   Jul 08

Family life vs A Career

We have families where the husband goes to work and comes home with a good pay package. These are where the husband does not have to wreck havoc within the family by bringing work home and hence, he is able to spend time with his wife and kids; maybe go out some night, go shopping, […]

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   Jun 18

Misunderstandings..How do we handle it?

How does it feel when you feel your significant other does not seem to understand why you do what you do? Is it a feeling of anger? Frustration? Disappointment? Hopelessness? Or just plain misery? Of course he is just reacting in a way typical of him. After all, another human being can not be what […]

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   Jun 15

Return of retro!

Sometime back upon reading the paper, I chanced upon this article from London where according to British research,  “females are making conventional choices by eschewing the sexual revolution plank of feminism in favour of more traditional values.” Once upon a time, long long ago, men were simply men. Working to bring food home to their […]

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