Kennedy Space Center, Florida: NASA Administrator Charles Bolden announced today that the agency has finally found the formula to keep some women happy. In a first, the agency performed experiments in a controlled environment on a set of Indian urban women in the age group of 25 to 30. All these participants were well educated women who claimed to be strong and independent.
These women craved for space and often fought with their respective partners for it. However, the issue was altogether something else. While they wanted space, they often refused to reciprocate the same to their partners, acting like hypocrites. The hypocrisy bugged their partners, often making them question themselves.
One such bugged NASA engineer Mohan Bhargava (Swades fame) met Mr. Bolden to seek solution. Since it was primarily related to space, he thought NASA may be of help. That’s how project “Give me some space” was conceived.
However, there were other characteristics which were difficult to simulate. These girls wanted care, love, attention, affection, understanding, and host of other things only at the right time, just like satellite should be launched at the perfect time. NASA’s precision and past experience came in handy, although nobody even talked about their failed missions.
After all the controlled on-ground experiments, NASA is ready with the plan. It is all set to send this first batch of women into the space to see if space is all they need. If that’s the case, NASA will also send their respective partners in space, albeit in a different orbit, to avoid clashes in the space which may disturb the harmony of the universe.
If space is not all they need, NASA is planning to conduct a training program to how not to be hypocrites and give space to their partners too.
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