Stories By 'Raman Budhathoki'
Not only children but even adult Nepalis seem to depend on each other to visit the washroom. I’m pretty sure we’ve encountered those people who seek company simply to go to washroom.
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I am old enough now, I can be on my own,” I vividly remember saying before leaving for my college dorm to pursue for my Bachelor’s degree. I was pretty excited about moving to Dhulikhel and being on my own—to experience being an adult. Why wouldn’t I be excited? It was my first time away from home. I felt it was about time that I leave my parents’ nest and start afresh. 
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With the advent of social media platforms, there are a lot of opportunities to socialise and increase your friend circle. But as quickly as we build connections these days, it can be as much fleeting. A lot of times, we may be trying to achieve a lot more than what can be warranted from a social media friendship.
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I live a very normal life. I have friends and I’ve always gone to school. The part that’s not normal is that I’ve been working since I was 9 months old, but at the same time, it’s completely normal to me”. This statement by Ashley Olsen must be relatable to most of us and why wouldn’t it be? After all, it’s the same monotonous life most of us, if not all of us, go through.
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