Win­dow Shop­ping with Empty Pock­ets

Woman's Era - - Long Story - – Rakesh Pan­dit.

It is the month end, Over that it is a week­end.. That's when I get a call from my best friend. “Let's go out” “I don't have a penny” “Look out, It's lovely and sunny” 'Just stop be­ing funny’ I give up and get ready, Wear­ing my hottest wear on, Put­ting my make-up, I tell my­self, ‘ Win­dow shop­ping is the best rem­edy for the lat­est break-up.’ Grandly, do we en­ter this mall, Walk­ing around at a sexy pace, Smil­ing at peo­ple, As if we own the place. Strolling around with gos­sip and gig­gle, Star­ing at the hunks with all our skill, As if they are the prey and we are there for a kill Get­ting into the shops, Look­ing at the trends hike, And walk­ing out say­ing, “There’s noth­ing here that we re­ally like.” We land at the food court, Look­ing for Mcdon­ald's, As that's all that we can af­ford, Buy­ing a meal out of the to­tal con­trib­ute, Laugh­ing out loud say­ing, “I’m lov­ing it.” We click a hun­dred selfie, To be up­loaded on FB, Promis­ing a re­turn, Once the ac­count is on the run, We come back home happy and sat­is­fied. With best friend by your side, You don't need to de­cide, Into a mall, you just need to glide, Switch­ing on the fun socket, For win­dow shop­ping with an empty pocket.

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