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55 fiction: My 2nd Attempt





Mom, Run! Dad has got some problem.
He is trembling and is about to faint”
The ten year child yelled in an anxious voice.
"Mom! Dad has caught a paper in his hand.”
“Paper, Oh! Dear, don’t worry”
  “I have not expected!
They will deliver my diamond necklace so soon.”

Comments

jamos jhalla said…
It is because DIAMONDS are for ever. HHHHHaaaaa
Shruti said…
Amit!!
Awesome...
loved it so much... i ended up laughing after reading the last line!!
Damn Cute 55Fiction!
Roshmi Sinha said…
Ha! Ha!

A nice twist in the tale...
Singh Amit said…
@ Jhalla Ji
thanks a lot...
glad that u liked it... :)
cheers!!
Singh Amit said…
@ Shruti...
thanks a lot..
really happy to know that u liked it..
cheers!!

@Roshmi
:)
Thanks a lot.. :)
glad that I made u laugh
cheers!!
Indian Pundit said…
That a great one.

Hahahaha.......

Diamonds are forever.

So is the male sufferings......haha
Bharathi said…
I normally understand 55 fictions only after seeing an explanation but I understood this one at one shot. (may be beacause I am married :-)
Shilpa said…
Lol...Poor fella...
Singh Amit said…
@ Bharathi..

thanks a lot.. :)
Is it so..u made me scared by marriage... Ha ha ha ha :)

cheers!!
Singh Amit said…
@ Shilpa..

Thanks a lot :)

cheers!!
I reallly loved this one. [:D]
Was grinning after I read it. :)
Cheerz!!
Nice one!!
DN
Singh Amit said…
@ DN

Thanks a lot.... :)
feeling gr8 that I made u laugh...... :)
Waiting for ur new post... :)

cheers!!
Indian Pundit said…
Abbey, u forgot to reply to my comment.....hahaha

Just joking.

Thanks for spreading smiles all around.
Singh Amit said…
@IP....
Just I was replying ur comment on my previous post...

Thanks a lot...dear....

Ur comments always encourage me.... :)

cheers :)
hha ... i thought it's serious ... heheeh :) bt it was so much fun :)
u guys alwaz make fun of women n shoppin huh :P
nice attempt :)
BK Chowla said…
Frankly,it takes me long to understand fiction 55.This one was not so easy but wasn't difficult either.Now I am confident.
It was fun reading this post.
Shankar said…
very funny one..amit...great going buddy...
Singh Amit said…
@http://whysoserioustoday.blogspot.com

thanks a lot.. :)..
shopping!!..fun for us..but problem for married one.... :)

@Chowla Ji..

thanks..really very happy.. my post boosted ur confidence.... :)

@Shankar..
Thanks a lot... :)

cheers!!!
Shruti said…
check out my recent post amit!
Sat_hi_sh said…
lolz.......
this was the best 55-fiction i ever read :)


keep blogging :)
cheers!!

btw check out my new post & leave ur comments Amit :)
Singh Amit said…
Thanks a lot Sathish... :)

ur comment is so encouraging.... :)

cheers!!
Babli said…
Lovely post. I liked it very much. Its true that diamond is forever.
Singh Amit said…
Thanks Babli... :)

cheers!!
anushree said…
damn....poor chap!
lovely....sure this one wud hv made many ppl laugh.
Singh Amit said…
Thanks a lot Anushree... :)

cheers!!

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