“I am going to reject that girl. She wasn’t pretty at all” Said Sam, Piu’s cousin brother. Piu’s aunty was concerned to know that what was the matter while little Piu was busy waving the trees moving along the road. (She strongly believed that the car she was sitting in was moving forward and trees along with the road were moving backward).
“But I found that girl quite simple and natural beauty? What’s the matter with you? Do you want to marry someone else? Tell me frankly” That was Sam’s paranoid mother talking.
“Mother, didn’t you see her face, she didn’t even have eyebrows done neatly? She has no style no class and I cannot marry someone, who couldn’t even get her eyebrows clean, especially when a guy is coming to see her for wedding matter” replied annoyed Sam.
“But do you understand how hard it would get for us to say NO to that girl, her father has been very good to us” cried aunty.
“Don’t worry Badi Maa (Aunty), that lady is going to say No to Sam Bro” interrupted Li’l Piu. Everyone, who thought she wasn’t listening to the conversation inside the car, had their illusion broken!
“How??” Asked curious Sam.
“Have you seen your face, stubble and scary! I am sorry but I hate that unclean stubble. And when I hate it imagine how much grown up ladies would dislike it”
“Oh please, I look so stunning and matured in this beard”
“Oh yes, you want a girl to get her eyebrow hair plucked with thread but can’t chop off your bush painlessly?” Piu yelled.
“Mom, she’s going to be a politician or leader for sure!” Sam was laughing.
“Don’t worry Sam, the lady’s going to reject you for sure” Aunty joined the laughter.
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