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Smriti Bhoker

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Smriti Bhoker is a struggling Urdu poet and writer who is studying sociology to understand the simple sexist things in life when she is not procrastinating about her work she is making memes about it. Her biggest ambition in life is to earn a Ph.D. that contributes to the field of feminism while learning as many languages as possible to further complicate her ability to construct a decent sentence at social gatherings.

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