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In a recent column, the ever-witty Twinkle Khanna offered her insights into the curious phenomenon of Valentine’s Day, shedding light on what long-married husbands tend to gift their wives and delving into the essence of a perfect relationship.
With her trademark humor, Khanna mused that Valentine’s Day might have originated from a medieval-style brainstorming session, where folks noticed a post-Christmas sales slump and decided to coax broke buyers into another round of gift-giving. She wryly observed that while the day may seem like a celebration of love, for many long-married women, the most common gift from their husbands is a headache.
Yet amidst the consumerism, Khanna suggests that Valentine’s Day serves a purpose—it helps to materialize the abstract notion of love. However, she points out that true love transcends the clichés of wilted roses and cheesy greeting cards. According to her, acknowledging each other’s imperfections is the cornerstone of an imperfectly perfect relationship.
Khanna wraps up her column with a profound reflection on love as the greatest thought experiment of all. Despite the trappings of Valentine’s Day, she believes that genuine love is found in accepting each other’s flaws and quirks, rather than in grand gestures or expensive gifts.
Her musings offer a refreshing perspective on a holiday often overshadowed by consumerism and clichés. Through her humorous lens, Khanna reminds us that love isn’t about extravagant presents or romantic gestures—it’s about embracing each other’s imperfections and building a relationship that’s perfectly imperfect. So this Valentine’s Day, perhaps we can all take a cue from Twinkle Khanna and focus on the real essence of love: genuine connection, acceptance, and laughter.