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shopping experience with a girl - part 2

hi friends ,
I am continuing from where i had left in the last post..

Next thing to buy were typical ladies accessories - earings, bangles so on, so on ..its an endless list ... We went to some other market ... There were females of all ages in that market ... The male population consisted mainly of shopkeepers & people who follow these females ... these followers can be son, husband, brother, friends & all other relations possible ..

My girl chooses a pair of blue earrings after looking at some million other earrings... Dont think that sales end here ... She asks me how it would look on her blue dress ... The 1st thing that comes in my mind on hearing blue is "Men in Blue". For a moment i started imagining our cricket team to be wearing blue earrings & hitting sixes...
I said great , its a perfect match for that dress (even if i dont remember the dress, i had to pretend) . I just wanted to get out of the shop ... She finally rejected it after thinking for next 10 min .. Reason - it should be slightly on darker side... WTF .. do we guys reject a pair of shoes because it wont match any dress .. Who cares , we just buy & latter on decide on which dress it should be worn.. While coming out of the shop i was having pity on the shopkeeper ...
Our shopping continues ... There is a plus point in roaming in a ladies market .. U get to see some really beautiful females & some newly wed perfect figures ... So I was busy in all this , whn she interrupted , "kahan dekh rahe ho, ye batao kaisa hai "
"tere blue dress ko pasand hai na "
"matlab bahot achcha hai "

At last she got her perfect match for that blue dress... I was wondering how lucky that blue dress is ... Actually girls dont shop for themselves , they shop for some dress or anything other stuff
then we had samosa &left for our homes..

But it was fun the time spent ... After all girls get ready for we guys only ... If they dont take so much of pain in getting ready then why we would run after them ...

so , girls are gilrs & guys are guys...


Sakshi said…
Do you really want me to comment on this?
Well, guys, you all are anyways maha mismatched. You follow the basic rules-
Black Shoes, one formal pair should be enough to last you all a life time. And tell me when was the last time you all had a discussion as to who wore what at ABC occasion. The girls are obsessed with getting the right thing, because all other girls discuss it.

So accept it.
raj alakshendra said…
Thanks for ur comments :)
Sahi hai bey Raj.
TWM padte padte teri angrezi mast ho gayi hai. Hahaha
THe first half is pretty well written.Aisa nahin lag raha tune likha hai. Pretty well portrayed.
Ha ha ha haa
You're ridiculous and hopeless man!

raj alakshendra said…
practice makes a man perfect :)

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