Well, Janhvi dear, I was in the woodworks because my son and heir was visiting, and I was busy, in that order a) picking wet towels off his bed and putting the used socks strewn all over into the laundry bin b) stuffing him full of shakkarai pongal, ven pongal, thengai chatham and murungakkai sambhar,
plus parathas and puris and mysorepakku and rosagullas, with a splendid disregard for his exercise and food regime and his 6 pack abs and 3) buying him formal sherwanis, linen jackets and silk kurtas.Sasha, for me, at a whisker short of 6 feet, defines TDH, and though he is a very demanding and tiresome boy, I love him to bits and indulge him quite recklessly.
I had a ball doing all of the above, and now that he has gone back to LA and his new venture with a Stanford classmate, I am feeling lost, whence this effusion against your ex-ladli.
No, Janhvi, you are of the kind who would be able to sell a refrigerator to an Eskimo, but this explanation that she is sure he will get off will not wash. She does not even raise the possibility with him, or utter a word of apology or caring for getting him into this mess. And this when Punni has rubbed her nose into the mess that Onir will land in. No, no, Purvi thinks of no one but her mahaan
self, and of nothing but what will make her look good, above all to herself.
As for Onir, he has furnished renewed proof that he has graduated magna cum laude
in a course on how to be a doormat to your wife. She has the gall to ask him whether he will provide his saath
as she proceed to wreck him professionally, and the idiot agrees, with a most fatuous expression on his face. He is beginning to make me feel queasy too; he reminds of the professor in the Marlene Dietrich movie,The Blue Angel.
who is ruined by his obsession for an undeserving woman. It is one thing to be a saint, and quite another to be a wimp.
Originally posted by soapwatcher1
Shyamala, you have come out of the woodworks!! Yay!!
I will readily admit both thoughts did cross my mind, one that Onir was contemplating what the dreaded disclosure would do to his career, second, has Purvi planned out a way to extract Onir from the ignominy to follow.
If that is all Onir's expression was, I fully commiserate with the good doctor. It is his good fortune to be hitched to a flighty adhikaprasangi :) On the second, you see I still have a lingering partiality for Purvi however misguidedly impulsive and foolhardy she is :) so I believe that she did think of Onir and came to the conclusion that neither Arjun nor Ovi would press charges against her patidev. We already know sap Arjun wouldn't, and it wouldn't take a brain surgeon to deduce that Ovi will follow Arjun's dictate in this, one to keep Arjun tied to herself, the other to keep Pari, and the third to avoid her own humiliation and a scandal outside of her immediate family and friends. The family has already been made publicly aware of how Arjun the savvy businessman lost his marbles over a chit of a girl.