The Ugly Truth Faceoff: Boys v/s Girls!

Posted by MissMalini
July 12, 2010
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The Ugly Truth crew

The Ugly Truth crew

I warn you, this is not for the faint-hearted! But in case you missed all the action LIVE on air then THIS is your chance to relive The Ugly Truth faceoff between my two crews telling it like it is from the girls & boys point of view respectively :) Tell me what you think and feel free to post your comments (they’d love to hear them I’m sure!)
Psst! All my videos also contain footage from when the mics were turned off so you get a sneak peak into my world as well!
















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    • mojojojo

      I hope the guys on this show were just hamming it up. If they are serious, they would make lousy, inconsiderate, immature boyfriends.
      It’s sad that the guys have no problem being chauvinistic, but find the idea of being chivalrous so ridiculous- that’s the problem with Bombay boys, it’s the worst of both worlds.

      I can totally understand why you are dating someone studying at Harvard (who sounds totally adorable, by the way) although you live in this city. And the boys’ obsession with sex and all the silly cracks just make them sounds like a bunch of thirteen year olds who have never got any and are desperate for action. I know that they are probably your friends, and I’m sorry for insulting them, but this really annoyed me. I just got back to India from the UK and this reminded me exactly why I hate dating in this country so much. These guys would be the bottom of the pile anywhere else.

      Also, news flash: Not ALL bad boys are hot, only the good-looking, sophisticated ones are. None of this lot are particularly good looking (although one of the guys is kind of cute) and NONE of them are sophisticated, at all. A jerk who ignores his GF in public and doesn’t call her isn’t attractive, he’s just pathetic and incapable of being in a functional relationship.

      Ugh. Are Indian men EVER going to grow up and stop being MCPs and mother’s boys? This show makes me think not.

      I especially loathe the grey haired man sitting next to you (the pink and brown striped shirt) if he thinks he’s a bad/ play boy he must be totally delusional. He acts creepy and looks the worst of the lot.

      I know you’re probably going to hate me for this, but I just had to say it. NO offense to you, I love your blog

    • mojojojo

      P.S: Pink and brown shirt kissing, winking and pouting at the camera really cracked me up, doesnt he realize how effiminate and un-bad-boy like that is?

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    • http://www.missmalini.com Malini Agarwal

      Hey mojojojo, I hear ya. After the show I was SOOOooooo glad I’m not “single” and yes the BF is pretty damn adorable :)
      P.S. Pink/Brown tee was mostly messing around, he’s actually quite a sweet guy and not a bad boy at all in my opinion!

      Thanks for stopping by lady sonia bj!

    • GuyInTheGreyShirt

      Mojojojo I think you’re took the show too seriously. Clearly what was said stemmed from personal experiences. It is possible that none of us have entered a serious (as you would say mature) relationship but then again girls don’t give us that opportunity. It’s only when girls transform into women that they can help sculpt boys into men.

    • mojojojo

      Excuse me? Girls have to sculpt boys into men? WTF? Ever heard of the term growing up??? Women have nothing to do with it. How typical of you to not take any responsibility for it and blame the women.

      And how exactly are women supposed to ‘give men the oppurtunity to enter a serious relationship’? Are you saying that women encourage men to be jerks who don’t call and ignore their girlfriends in public places? That was a very mysogynistic response, which just proves my point about Bombay men being immature and chauvinistic (assuming that you are a Bombay man)

    • GuyInTheGreyShirt

      I’m not misogynistic as I love women for what they contribute to my understanding of life. On the contrary it’s apparent that you suffer from misandria and base your comments on that which you have not outgrown yet. Tell me…how old are you?

    • mojojojo

      It is very easy to say that you love women. But when you blame male immaturity on women not “sculpting boys into men” (again, WTF?) it just proves my point about the immaturity, chauvinism and mama’s boy tendencies of Bombay men:

      It is a MAN’s responsiblity to grow up. It is NOT a women’s responsibilty to make him grow up. Like I said, it’s the mama’s boy mentality. A woman is your companion and emotional equal, its not her job to date a bratty boy and some how nurture him into a mature adult who is capable of being in a serious relationship.

      I have no intention of giving away personal details to strangers on the net, so I will not tell you my age but I assure you I am old enough to know what I am talking about.

      And no, I do not suffer from misandria. I just think that Bombay men are not the creme of the global crop. There is ample evidence (statistics such as domestic abuse, female feoticide rates, dowry deaths etc) to support my opinion.
      Researches (and cultural knowledge) have also shown that Bombay men are far less likely to take on household chores, be acceting of women who have a dating history etc than their more liberal, egalitarian first-world counterparts. Having lived and dated in a variety of countries the inadequacies of Bombay men is painfully apparent to me. So as you can see my dislike of men is specific to Bombay men and backed up by logic, as opposed to misandria which is an irrational dislike of the male gender as a whole.

      Also, I am not in any way suggesting that ALL Bombay men are chauvinists or undateable. Infact, I am married to a man who was born in Bombay (but has lived in the US most of his life and is VERY different from the typical Bobmay man). I am just pointing out general trends that apply to a majority of Bombay men.

      Anyway, your accusation of misandria has led me to make a very serious comment that is far too heavy for a light, fun blog like this so I’m going to stop this arguement and agree to disagree. But feel free to contiue this conversation, just dont expect me to reply.

    • http://www.missmalini.com Malini Agarwal

      Ironically mojojojo, GuyInTheGreyShirt is not a Bombay boy at all. He be an American Boy.

    • GuyInTheGreyShirt

      I didn’t think it was possible to misconstrue what I’ve written so please reread for clarity. The aforementioned statistics (which btw you avoided citing) are moot. Also, I don’t expect you to continue because your paradoxical statements have halted this argument.

      It’s been interesting chatting w/ you. Cheers.

      P.S. I’ve only been in Bombay for 6 months. I’ll consult you when I decide to make generalizations about the females here.

    • ThaiExpat

      Wooooaaaaaahh…okay I’ll admit the men on this show did not come across as the sweetest, most romantic, dateable dudes ever. But mojo jojo REALLY needs to chill out. I’m guessing that she’s pretty embarassed now that greyshirt turned out to be American :) She attacks Indians although she is Indian herself, its so sad but I see this a lot in this country, I dont understand why. And for the record, I’ve met some perfectly lovely men in Mumbai and Bangalore.

      Oh and wonderful blog, this is my first time :)

    • Sarcasm

      I thought i was cool. You killed my mojo(jo).

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      It is a MAN’s responsiblity to grow up. It is NOT a women’s responsibilty to make him grow up. Like I said, it’s the mama’s boy mentality. A woman is your companion and emotional equal, its not her job to date a bratty boy and some how nurture him into a mature adult who is capable of being in a serious relationship.

      I have no intention of giving away personal details to strangers on the net, so I will not tell you my age but I assure you I am old enough to know what I am talking about.

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      @Above how exactly are women supposed to ‘give men the oppurtunity to enter a serious relationship’? Are you saying that women encourage men to be jerks who don’t call and ignore their girlfriends in public places? That was a very mysogynistic response, which just proves my point about Bombay men being immature and chauvinistic.

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