“How dare that moron thrash you? You are the bread winner! You, the one who takes care of the kids, the one who cooks, the one who cleans and does everything which helps that, that parasite to survive, ohhhh! He shouldn’t even dare to touch you!”
Shanti was one of those, who in spite of bearing so much and being self-reliant, were hard to motivate to dump a worthless scrounger. It appeared to Kaashi that like before, the victim was still keen to appease and retain her abusive groom, probably encouraged by the balderdash from her parents, as well as other near and dear ones.
“Madam he says the same thing!”
and then the wretched victim started crying at the top of her voice; when I say top of the voice, I mean even if Shanti was standing five hundred meters away..., no! I guess that’s a bit over the top, but frankly, even if she was fifty meters away, her voice would have still...
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...s advice to his friend. Her eyes split wide open at the mention of home birth and it sent shivers down her spine; she wasn’t aware that water birth at home was popular in the UK; as per her understanding, this was the last thing she expected of a man living in a posh location, in London! Shuddered by the incredible conversation she had overheard, Kaashi stood there for a couple of minutes, literally abusing the scrooge; he was Nake Ram version 2.0 for her. Though she wasn’t loud enough for the midwife to be able to hear anything, but the moment he got off the phone and caught the sight of her staring at him like Kaalika Devi (Hindu goddess of war and destruction), he was taken aback by the death stare. However, the perplexed homeowner decided to address the pregnant intruder.
“Hi, you’re OK?”
She stared at the niggard with brooding eyes and murmured a few more abuses.
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