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Internet and Infidelity : “Is it possible for a woman to love_two_or more men at the same time????”

“Is it possible for a woman  to love_two_or more men at the same time????”

“Is possible for a woman  to love_two_or more men at the same time?”

Can  a woman be in love with two or more men  at the same time ?

Why would a woman love two or more men at the same time ?

Is it possible for a  woman  to be intimate & share her intimate feelings of love and love making with more than one men at the same time be it on internet or in real ?

If yes,  then does every women can do the same?

If no,  then what is it ? is it love or is it lust ?

If you were to be facing such an issue, wherein,  somehow you get to know that the woman you love so deeply is  also in love with another man and is sharing exactly the same feelings  as she is doing with you, You are also surprised to know that she is getting intimate with other man in exactly the same manner  as she gets with you, but she is unaware of the fact that you got to know ?

My question’s  …..

What is it ?

Is it True love or mere lust ? Is it possible for a woman to do such a thing ?

What should a man do if he finds out something like this about the woman he is madly in love with ?

Is it about loving certain qualities a particular person or persons has and not being able to let go of either. Both men probably have different qualities she is attracted to and she doesn’t want to lose either one.

Is it selfish?  I think yes it is Indeed very selfish, what do you think ?

Would you ever want to fall in love ? If it were you, then would you still want to make her your life partner ?

Scenario 2 :

What if you met a women on internet and you guys are madly and deeply in love with each other & then one day you somehow found out that your woman is also writing the same things to someone else as well  & she tried her level best to make sure that all that stays hidden from you but somehow you get to know &  you find out that she is expressing her love in the same manner to other man as she does with you.

 you also see she is also sharing her  intimate feelings with  other man as she does with you,  so what is it ?

Is it possible that she is in true love with both the men ?

Is she just making fool of both the men and playing with their

feelings and emotions ?

 if yes, then why would someone do such a thing ?

If no, then what is it and why is she doing such a thing ?  

Is it just because that she thinks that she is on the internet and hence no one would know about it ?

What if just because you thought that she loves you truly and deeply like you do, you had plans of getting married to her , what should you do in such a case ?

FYI : How many of you believe this ?Is this really true ? If yes then why ?

Take as the sign of a change, yes, big change, as reports have found that women now have seriously started asking – Why should guys should have all the fun? So the reports suggest that increasingly a large number of turning their backs to fidelity, while are in the arms with cheating on their partners.

The new study at least not kicks out the nonsensical belief that it was men do all the “goofing around,” while women in all her goodness remained faithful to her boorish husband. As the new shocking UK poll has found that women are more likely to cheat on their partners than men.

The study found that four out of ten admitted on cheating on their partners, while only 3 out of 10 men said that they were unfaithful to their mates.

The poll found that of the 3,000 participants, two fifths of the women ended up kissing someone while out clubbing and almost one in four cheated with a colleague at a work event.

Some 55 per cent of the ladies confessed that they loved attention from men whereas a third said men often get the wrong idea because they were so flirtatious. However, a third of them also said that their “minor indiscretion” happened by accident because their flirting got out of hand.

Interestingly at least one in ten women also said that they will never be monogamous in their relationship, while a fifth of them confessed of knowing that it was wrong but found cheating on their partner too thrilling to ignore.

Strangers were high on the sexy list of the women as one in four women said they found complete strangers attractive and loved the thrill of chasing them on a night out. Women also said that they loved the thrill of being with a man in uniform.

The study was conducted by Opera North to open their new season with the Mozart opera Cosi fan tutte, translated as ‘All Women Are Like That’ – a light-hearted comedy that looks at the very nature of infidelity.

Internet infidelity – Online Infidelity is wrecking many relationships

With technology ruling our world, it is little wonder that it would enter into areas we never dreamed possible. Ten years ago, would you have ever thought it possible to pursue a relationship with someone, or even fall in love, sight unseen? But that is exactly what is happening to many – over the Internet. And while there is nothing wrong with Internet dating, it takes on a whole new meaning when it comes in the way of an existing relationship.

In fact, Internet infidelity has actually been cited as a reason for divorce in many cases. It is the sign of a new trend in how online relationships have assumed a new importance in today’s world. So is it really harmful?

There are some (mostly the ones indulging in it) who take the point of view that it is harmless – after all you’re just having a conversation with someone, nothing more. But is that all there is to it? There are others who opine that as long as you are spending time, sometimes hours, with another individual of the opposite sex, discussing personal details, even flirting or conversing with sexual undertones, how innocent can it be?

And just like an alcoholic or a substance abuser starts with a few drinks or a trial experiment, chatting and emails lead to exchange of photographs, calls and finally meetings. And very soon it has become a full-blown affair. Internet infidelity has crossed geographical boundaries too where those involved have been willing to negotiate distances and contend with secretly meeting without their spouses’ knowledge, to take the relationship one step further.

And what if it happens to you? What if your partner is indulging in Internet infidelity?

1. When should you suspect?

2. How can you be sure?

3. If Internet infidelity is destroying your relationship.

4. What should you do if your love/ partner/spouse were being unfaithful online and you want to stop?

The reason internet infidelity is so widespread is because it offers a bit of mystery and allure. You’re able to freely socialize with someone without the conflicts that come with face to face interaction.

It allows you to enter a world of fantasy.

But don’t brush this off as something you should not be concerned about. Internet infidelity is the same as emotional infidelity minus the face to face contact.


Is it a sin?


Sex, Lies and the Internet by Helene Fuchs

With my best wishes and regards may this never happens to anyone or anybody ever !!

If you say you love me once, can I count on that forever?
All I hear is the echo of my lonely voice.
All I hear is the echo of my lonely voice.

Wounded. Hopes not lost, but still I am down
Seeking that something I can’t seem to find
In silent pain, tears! No sound.
Or living a lie and flying only in my mind.

Hemant Khurana

Please Be careful…! BE AWARE! NEW WARNING!! Incident has been confirmed

Please Be careful…! BE AWARE! NEW WARNING!! Incident has been confirmed

In Katy, Tx a man came over and offered his services as a painter to a female putting gas in her car and left his card. She said no , but accepted his card out of kindness and got in the car. The man then got into a car driven by another gentleman. As the lady left the service station and saw the men following her out of the station at the same time. Almost immediately, she started to feel dizzy and could not catch her breath. She tried to open the window and realized that the odor was on her hand; the same hand which accepted the card from the gentleman at the gas station.

She then noticed the men were immediately behind her and she felt she needed to do something at that moment. She drove into the first driveway and began to honk her horn to ask for help. The men drove away but the lady still felt pretty bad for several minutes after she could finally catch her breath. Apparently there was a substance on the card and could have seriously injured her. The drug is called ‘BURUNDANGA’ and it is used by people who wish to incapacitate a victim in order to steal or take advantage of them.

Four times greater than date rape drug and is transferable on simple cards. So take heed and make sure you don’t accept cards at any given time alone or from someone on the streets. This applies to those making house calls and slipping you a card when they offer their services.

This incident has been confirmed. Ladies please be careful and share w/everyone you know!

This can happen anywhere!

And Another Warning . . . Last Wednesday, Jaime Rodriguez’s neighbor was at a gas station in Katy. A man came and offered his neighbor his services as a painter and gave her a card. She took the card and got in her car.

The man got into a car driven by another person. She left the station and noticed that the men were leaving the gas station at the same time. Almost immediately, she started to feel dizzy and could not catch her breath.

She tried to open the windows and in that moment she realized that there was a strong odor from the card. She also realized that the men were following her. The neighbor went to another neighbor’s house and honked on her horn to ask for help. The men left, but the victim felt bad for several minutes.

Apparently there was a substance on the card, the substance was very strong and may have seriously injured her.

Jaime checked the Internet and there is a drug called “Burundanga” that is used by some people to incapacitate a victim in order to steal or take advantage of them. Please be careful and do not accept anything from unknown people on the street.


Is there a drug called burundanga used by criminals in Latin America to incapacitate their victims?   Yes.

Do news sources confirm that burundanga is being used to commit crimes in the United States and other countries outside Latin America?   No, they do not.

The story above, circulating since 2008, is almost certainly a fabrication. Two details betray it as such:

The victim allegedly received a dose of the drug by simply touching a business card. (All sources agree that burundanga must be inhaled or ingested, or the subject must have prolonged topical contact with it, in order for it to have an effect.)

The victim allegedly detected a “strong odor” coming from the drug-laced card. (All sources agree that burundanga is odorless and tasteless.)

March 26, 2010 incident in Houston, Texas

In March 2010, Houston resident Mary Anne Capo reported to police that a man approached her at a local gas station and handed her a church pamphlet, after which her throat and tongue began to swell “like someone was strangling me.” In an interview with KIAH-TV News, Capo said she believes there was “something inside the pamphlet” that caused her to become ill and compared what happened to her to the alleged incident described above.

Could it have been a burundanga attack? It seems doubtful, given that the symptoms Capo reported (swelling of the tongue and throat, feeling of suffocation) aren’t consistent with those usually attributed to burundanga (dizziness, nausea, light-headedness). Also, as discussed above, it’s unlikely anyone could receive a strong enough dose of burundanga through brief contact with a piece of paper to feel any ill effects. Could the pamphlet have contained another type of drug or chemical? Possibly, though Capo says she didn’t see or smell anything unusual while handling it. We’ll probably never know precisely what did happen to Mary Anne Capo that day, because she didn’t undergo a medical examination and says she promptly tossed the one piece of hard evidence, the pamphlet, into the nearest trash can.

What is burundanga?

Burundanga is the street version of a pharmaceutical drug called scopolamine. It is made from the extracts of plants in the nightshade family such as henbane and jimson weed. It’s a deliriant, meaning it can induce symptoms of delirium such as disorientation, loss of memory, hallucinations, and stupor.

You can see why it would be popular with criminals.

In powdered form scopolamine can be easily mixed into food or drink, or blown directly into victims’ faces, forcing them to inhale it.

The drug achieves its “zombifying” effects by inhibiting the transmission of nerve impulses in the brain and muscles. It has several legitimate medicinal uses, including the treatment of nausea, motion sickness, and gastrointestinal cramps. Historically, it has also been used as a “truth serum” by law enforcement agencies. And, like its street cousin burundanga, scopolamine has frequently been implicated as a stupefying agent or “knockout drug” in the commission of crimes such as robbery, kidnapping, and date rape.

In South America burundanga is associated in popular lore with potions long used to induce a trance-like state in shamanic rituals. Reports of the drug’s use in criminal activities first surfaced in Colombia during the 1980s. According to a lurid Wall Street Journal article published in 1995, the number of reported burundanga-assisted crimes in the country approached “epidemic” proportions in the 1990s.

“In one common scenario, a person will be offered a soda or drink laced with the substance,” the article stated. “The next the person remembers is waking up miles away, extremely groggy and with no memory of what happened. People soon discover that they have handed over jewelry, money, car keys, and sometimes have even made multiple bank withdrawals for the benefit of their assailants.”

Though the frequency of such assaults has presumably declined along with the country’s overall crime rate in more recent years, the U.S. State Department still warns travelers to beware of “criminals in Colombia using disabling drugs to temporarily incapacitate tourists

Share with everybody you know, particularly your  wife, sisters, daughters, nieces, mother, female friends and  colleagues.


REGARDS – Hemant Khurana !

I’ m waiting for you

My heart is beating, keeps on repeating

I’ m waiting for you) – 2

My love encloses a plot of roses

And when shall be then our next meeting

Cause love you know

That time is fleeting, time is fleeting

Time is fleeting

My heart is beating, keeps on repeating

I’ m waiting for you

My love encloses a plot of roses

And when shall be then our next meeting

Cause love you know

That time is fleeting, time is fleeting

Time is fleeting


Oh when I look at you

The blue of heaven seems to be deeper blue

And I can swear that

God himself seems to be looking through

Zu zu zu zu ru zu, I’ ll never part from you

And when shall be then our next meeting

Cause love you know

That time is fleeting, time is fleeting

Time is fleeting


Spring is the season

That drops the reason of lovers who are truly true

Young birds are mating

While I am waiting, waiting for you

Darling you haunt me, say do you want me

And if it is so, when are we meeting

Cause love you know

That time is fleeting, time is fleeting

Time is fleeting

My heart is beating, keeps on repeating

I’ m waiting for you

My love encloses a plot of roses

And when shall be then our next meeting

Cause love you know

That time is fleeting, time is fleeting

Time is fleeting

! An Introduction to My Punjabi Culture! :) ( I AM Proud 2 Be A Punjabi ) !


Now check the Punjabi Wedding (in Bangkok)

I Bet You Can’t Solve : 9 Mathematical Puzzles :)

There are some mathematical equations in the world that have been tackled by some of the greatest minds but remain unsolved or have taken years to crack. These tasks are a significant challenge for mathematicians around the world who strive to achieve the seemingly impossible. Here is a list of ten such mathematical tasks.

1. Archimedes – Stomachion, 250 BC

In 1941 Mathematician GH Hardy wrote that “Archimedes remember, and forget the playwright Aeschylus, because languages are dying out, and mathematical ideas live forever.” Indeed, Greek geometer is considered the greatest scientist of antiquity. In 2002 historian of mathematics Revijel Nec comprehended the new way of Archimedes’ work on the puzzle known as “Stomachion”. By studying the ancient text, he realised that the area belongs to the puzzle combinations, branches of mathematics that studies the many ways a problem can be solved. Task “Stomachiona” was to discover how many rotations it would take a shaped puzzle of 14 pieces to agree to make a square. In 2003 mathematicians found a solution: 17,152 rotations.

2. Wheat on a chessboard, 1256

Sissa chess problem, which is considered the Arab historian Ibn Halikan’s originally, was used for centuries in order to demonstrate geometric progression – one of the oldest chess puzzles. Legend has it that King Shiram offered a reward, which consisted of wheat grains arranged on a chessboard: one grain in the first field, two on the second, three on the third and so on, right up to the last 64th field. However, the king did not realise how much wheat would be required. Turned out 18,446,744,073. 709,551,615 grains of wheat is the answer. This would enough to fill cars that could wrap the Earth 1,000 times.

3. Tower of Hanoi, 1883

The tower of Hanoi was invented by French mathematician Edouard Lucas in 1883 and originally sold as a toy. The aim is that the circles, sorted by the size of a bar (the smallest on top), relocate to another bar in the smallest number of moves. In one move you’re allowed to transfer a single round. It turns out that the minimum number of moves is 2<n> – 1, where n is the number of discs. This means that if you have 64 discs and each move at a speed of one second, finishing the puzzle would take about 585 billion years!

4. Rope Around the Earth, 1702

Imagine you have a rope tightly encircling the equator of a basketball. Now consider how much extra rope you would need for it to be one foot from the surface at all points? Hold that thought and now think about a rope tightly encircling the Earth – making it around 25,000 miles long. Same question: how much extra rope would you need for it to be one foot from the surface at all point? The answer is 2pi (or approximately 6.28) feet for both. If r is the radius of the Earth, and 1 + r is the radius in feet of the enlarged circle, we can compare the rope circumference before (2pir) and after (2pi(1 + r)).

5. Prince Rupert’s Problem, 1816

During the 1600s Prince Rupert of the Rhine came up with a famous, puzzling geometrical question: what is the largest wooden cube that can pass through another cube with one-inch sides?  A theory was perhaps a hole can in fact be made in one of two equal cubes that’s sufficiently large for the other cube to slide through – without the cube with the hole falling apart. Mathematicians of today now know though that a cube with a side length of 1.060660 inches (or smaller) can pass through a cube with one-inch sides. This solution was originally discovered by mathematician Pieter Nieuwland and published in 1816.

6. Fifteen Puzzle, 1874

Today the fifteen puzzle is pretty common and can be purchased in various different forms. In the 19th century however, the fifteen puzzle caused a massive stir. The original game was developed in 1874 by New York postmaster Noyes Palmer Chapman. At the start, the squares show the numbers 1 through 15 in sequence and then a gap. In 1914 a version of the game in Sam Loyd’s Cyclopedia had the 14 and 15 reversed. The goal was to get them them back in the right order. Loyd offered a $1,000 reward for the solution, but it’s impossible to solve the puzzle from this starting position.

7. Thirty-Six Officers Problem, 1779

Picture this: six army regiments, each consisting of six officers of different ranks. In 1779, Leonhard Euler (he of the Königsberg bridges) asked if it was possible to arrange these 36 officers in a 6 × 6 square so that no row or column duplicates a rank or regiment. Euler claimed there was no solution. This puzzle led to many mathematicians attempting to solve the riddle via significant work in combinatorics. Euler also conjectured that this kind of problem could have no solution for an n × n array if n = 4k + 2, where k is a positive integer. This wasn’t settled until 1959, when mathematicians found a solution for a 22 × 22 array.

8.Rubik’s Cube, 1974

Everyone knows of the colourful legend of the Rubik’s Cube. Most of us have probably had a go on one ourselves, some of us may be able to solve it. Invented by Hungarian sculptor and professor of architecture Ernö Rubik in 1974, the colourful puzzle had sold ten million cubes by 1982, which was more than the population of the country. It’s estimated that over 350 million have now been sold worldwide. As we all know the aim of the puzzle is to get the same colour on the face of each side by a number of rotations. In total there are 43,252,003,274,489,856,000 different arrangements of the small cubes. If you had a cube for every one of these ‘legal’ positions, then you could cover the surface of the Earth (including the oceans) about 250 times.

9. Barber Paradox, 1901

In 1901, the British philosopher and mathematician Bertrand Russell uncovered a possible paradox that necessitated a modification to set theory. One version of Russell’s Paradox involves a town with one male barber who, every day, shaves every man who doesn’t shave himself, and no one else. Does the barber shave himself? The scenario seems to demand that the barber shave himself if and only if he doesn’t shave himself! Russell realised he had to alter set theory so as to avoid such confusion. One way to refute the Barber Paradox might be to simply say that such a barber does not exist. Nevertheless, mathematicians Kurt Gödel and Alan Turing found Russell’s work useful when studying various branches of mathematics and computation.

Best of Luck

Hemant Khurana (Happy)