1. When you get to know about the trouble.
When you start checking the calendar a month before just to check if Holi is falling on those days.
2. And when the day arrives you hide.
When the day comes you lock yourself in a room for no encounter.
3. Uterus is to blame.
You blame your uterus for refreshing itself every month whenever it wants as if it owns the place.
4. When friends/relatives reach your place.
The time they reach your place and start pushing you out of your room to play holi.
5. You avoid giving reasons.
The reasons that you give are just not enough and you try to convince them that you’re really sick and you can’t come out to play.
6. Self-convincing to not feel sad.
You convince yourself that it’s going to be good day when you actually want to go out splash those colors.
7. You just can’t stand the happiness!
Your cousins and friends are playing outside which starts raging you up.
8. But it’s a clean day!
The only thing that you can feel good about is that you don’t have to spend hours in the bathroom to get those permanent colors off your skin.
9. Self-entertainment ideas won’t work.
When you find different things like watching a movie or some diy crafts to keep you distracted but you end up being envious!
10. But for once you take your chance…
You cannot stop yourself so you finally go out and tell everyone to be cautious and play only dry holi.
11. And suddenly you feel a thud.
But instead of all the statutory warning someone throws a bucket full of water at you.
12. Still a perk for non-lover of holi.
And if you do not like to play holi, congratulations you just got an excuse to relax and pamper yourself!