Why I Want an Arranged Marriage
Certainly we can’t force people to marry people they don’t want to. But to me, the idea of inviting my parents into the selection process is not such a radical idea.
BRB, setting up my biodata
Tick tock tick tock.
Welcome to New York. It’s been waiting for you.
Tick tock tick tock tick tock.
“Slam it to the left if you’re having a good time, shake it to the right if you’re feeling fine
I amLooking for
I simply want to outsource part of the process to people who have a direct stake in me winning at the end. My parents have a direct stake in me winning at the end. Not just in romance, but life in general.
The NamesakeThe Namesake,
DNA—DNAThe Times of India The Hindustan Times. Mid-Day Mid-Day
This essay originally appeared on The Toast.
Rohin Guha is a writer based out of the suburbs of Detroit. He is hard at work on his first book. In his spare time, he can be found tending to his plants.
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