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Posted on 04-11-14 1:12 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Nice one Behoove_me.. :)
 
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I hate to read long article/post. However, this one, i still read it. GOOD ONE.
i am more into the deion about the younger daughter of Sarla Auntie. It was enticing. :)

 
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Behoove, you did it once again. You can articulate your thought in way that grips the readers.
 
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very neatly written Behoove ji and in a very simple general english hehe....

I guess Sarala antie types and our moms are in the end a aama..... so they think like one no matter what we think.....

good read .

- Thaha chaena
 
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killed it, myaaan
 
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Wow behoove, simply superb ! Your deion of sarala aunty is so vivid, i could almost picture her with her smoking hot daughters..
Heartwarming to see that sarala aunty was able to squeeze out a few emotional tears from a self declared "well bred a$$hole"..
N I thought of this line from a song "under everything, just another human being.."
Kudos to one of the best writers on sajha..
Waiting to read more :)
 
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Mercy,

Thank you. I am extremely honored to see you read all my stories (most of which are long) with curiosity the moment they are posted. Great motivation for a below average stupid writer like me. Quite honestly reading it all the way to the end is a pain in the neck. So thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Sojo_keto,

Appreciate that bruv, like I mentioned above, it takes significant amount of patience and equal amount of hardwork to go through my stories, I need to learn to write short stories. But considering what a slow learner I am, it might take ages. To your point, I was going to write more about Sarala Auntie’s younger daughter, but got worked up half way. I had no other choice but to stop. J

Rahasya,

Thank you! It has been a long time since I heard from you. Hope everything is okay at your end.

Thane,

Sarala Auntie symbolizes the entire middle and lower middle class Nepalese women. For people who have burnt themselves doing chores and having kids, a Facebook is a great outlet for them to find happiness. As much we make fun of them, the fact that they are enjoying themselves in social media gives me extreme happiness. More power to them!

Alche,

Thank you myan J

S_usa,

This is what I tell myself when I come across such episodes of life – “just because I made myself an a$$hole didn’t mean I stopped being human”.  I am an emotional human being, (for sajha bullies it means रुन्चे by the way), hence tears. I wish I had more time to write and readers here had more patience to read about Sarala Auntie, I would have painted her picture more vividly.

And thank you for putting me into that elite category of writers, the reality is – I am far from it. Each day I write something my motivation comes from old sajha users like Sitara, Sum_off, Deep, Sajha gazer, DurbarmargNepal, Rahuldai, Nakkali Keti, Phuchcheketo, Amber and the new ones in Lynx, Sambidha and now Owlet. A shout out to y’all.


 
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Great as always behoove...

 
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