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Dear gossipers, beware of what you say in public, it may cost you a lot! Read this story.

Updated on March 01, 2021, Seytoo
Dear gossipers, beware of what you say in public, it may cost you a lot! Read this story.

it is very important to pay attention to eavesdropping and what we say in public because we do not really know who is listening to us or not.

Gossip is often a characteristic of women in our current society in disorientation. The bus is confused with hushed lounges for some people to discuss their family problems without worrying about prying ears. This kind of situation has cost a lot to our dear Mariam.

This story took place in a bus. A woman who finds her girlfriend there and starts showing off her married life by making fun of her partner in front of many people without realizing that one of her sisters-in-law was a spectator of her show.

It was a late Thursday afternoon, Mariam, as a young lady in the bus called her, is in her late thirties. Since entering the bus, the named Mariam seemed very talkative. A talkative that grew tenfold at the entrance of a new passenger, her neighbor. The latter sat next to her on the bench of the bus. After the usual “Salamalecs,” the neighbor asked Mariam for the news of her husband and her stepmother. From the way the latter reacted, we could guess that Mariam had a strained relationship with her mother-in-law. She chuckled as she called her mother-in-law a name that was sure to embarrass the bus. But Mariam did not intend to stop there, she immediately started a discussion with her friend.

She told her how her husband was at her feet like a faithful doggie. “Well it's very clear with us, I quickly learned to this witch that it is I who make the law in the house of her son,” she exclaimed in a giggle without worrying about the repressing gaze of some passengers, who apparently wanted her to shut up, but that was without counting on her neighbor sitting next to her. She wanted to be served with gossip, so the latter fueled the conversation, she wanted more details on Mariam's relationship as a couple. Very proud, Mariam said that she had had her mother-in-law kicked out: “I kicked her out after our last argument, you know her daughters are turning her against me, but what she forgets is that his son cannot refuse me anything; I have it under my pillow, too! Kadia, you act like you don't know me. Remember how I got married, ”continued this strange passenger who had managed to establish for good an atmosphere of unease in the bus.

Suddenly, to everyone's surprise, another voice rose from the back of the bus shouting this: “Iron cuts iron, you trail go!”

It was a lady in her late forties who held a young child in her arms. She hadn't said a word so far, but her eyes were racing. She had started throwing insanities at Mariam, our talkative passenger. Who suddenly seemed to have lost her tongue, she was surprised and embarrassed at the same time. The lady replied to the passengers’ question that she was the sister of Mariam's husband. “I am the first daughter of the witch described by this shrew; the coward's sister presented by this bitch. But I swear on both breasts of the mother that she is going to be divorced by my brother,” the lady cried.

Discussions continued between the two sisters-in-law who were hurling insults at each other. The passengers were trying as best they could to calm the situation. But one thing seemed to be certain is that Mariam was going to have a bad evening, her crestfallen gaze foretold.

Indeed, it is very important to pay attention to eavesdropping and what we say in public because we do not really know who is listening to us or not.





Jo
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February 20

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