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He turned his head towards his newly wedded wife. This was the first time he looked at her that night. He again complimented her and his wife acknowledged with a smile. She loved compliments and she blushed every time someone appreciated her beauty. Why wouldn’t she smile as her very own beau had admired her beauty
He took a sip of the milk and continued, “Imagine me reaching level 100 on my wedding night. Wouldn’t that be amazing? A night to remember.”
“Oh yes,” Vimal said.
“Do you also play this game?” he curiously asked her.
“No, I don’t. I detest such games. I once happen to play that game on my friend Neeta’s mobile,” she replied.
“Such an immature man!” she thought to herself.
“Wedding Night, my foot!” she uttered to herself as she saw her husband browsing different websites in pursuit of the Candy Crash cheat codes.
She was a Psychologist by profession. She wanted to analyze her husband. All her attempts to talk to Vimal seemed futile. After several attempts, Vimal finally reached the 100th level at 5.30 AM. But by then Shweta was in deep slumber. She woke up in between to see Vimal. As usual , he would busy indulge himself in the game. At 5.31 AM, he screamed at the top of his voice that woke up his wife Shweta.
He hugged her. He did a small jig by performing a pelvic thrust in Mithun Chakraborty style. It was the first time she felt a serene touch of her husband on her wedding night. She smiled. But the happiness was short lived. He soon crashed to bed after crashing all the jellies and candies. Shweta sobbed cursing her destiny and future.
“I just can’t get through this level. Stuck at 197 yar!” Vimal said.
“I’m tired of everything.” She cried.
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