The answer to that question, of course, is: It’s about all the things.
It’s not about whether or not you’re in love.
It is about how you treat others.
It might not be something you can say in public but it will be there in the silence of the back room.
It will be a secret, it will not be a public, it is something you will never share, said Mr. Vyas.
It may be a way to earn extra money and have a good time.
Mr. Kaul, a software engineer who lives in Bengaluru, is more of a introvert, he said.
He says that if he had a few minutes, he could spend the time on the water.
He said that it is difficult to live a quiet life.
Mr. Vylas said that if you were not good at social interaction, you might not find the best people to spend time with.
Mr Kaul said that a lot of people have different personalities and that he does not know how he fits into that.
But Mr. Srikrishna, a journalist, said that the biggest problem is that there is no formalised social media.
It does not seem to have any filter.
You might meet a guy and it is all nice, but when you meet someone else it is like a conversation, said Ms. Sulkanta.
It doesn’t seem like the way to get things done, she said.
And you are probably just going to be on your own.
He added that social media has become a bit of a social network, which has led to a lot more negativity.
It has become so much more of an information war than a social forum.
“I think it has turned into a social media war.
We’re now in a situation where people are going on social media and it’s not real life,” said Mr Kaus.
“The thing is, if you are on social networks, you are sharing information and you are interacting with others, but you are not talking to the real people.
You are talking to somebody who you don’t know and it has become just a way of interacting.”
When I asked the same question about social media, Mr. Shree Sankar said that he used to talk on Facebook a lot, but it became too much and he did not feel comfortable anymore.
When asked if he ever regretted having such a platform, he replied, “No.
Not at all.”