First things first. Thankoo Rafi ji for updating this. This time I seriously thought that you weren't going to update. Thankoo for proving me wrong.
Coming to the update. Things just got way more interesting. You know the whole chit conversation just took me right back to my school days. We all used to do such nonsense. Never once caring about the consequences. Or how many people we were offending. Or how many Gods we were disrespecting. We were selfish little brats with devil-may-care attitudes and punkish characteristics. Which why this story has now gained one of the most realistic approach I've ever seen a story take. I felt like I was sitting in the class watching all this happen in front of me, snickering along with the other girls, imitating our teacher's funny accent and trying to act nonchalant after that. I had one of the most wonderful experience of my life, mentally that is. And it wouldn't have been half as good if it wasn't for your style of writing. Did I happen to mention that I absolutely love it? It is so damn honest and well, for the lack of a better word, youthful. I didn't for one second feel like I was reading a story. It was more like you were telling us a story.
You are brilliant. Period.
Please update the next part soon. Otherwise I would lose the link (my memory is weak that way) and then I would have to read it again. Not that I mind. I think I'll read it again as it is.
P.S. Alizey's character is masterfully portrayed. One of my favorite fictional characters. Kudos on that!