Friday, May 30, 2014

I love your flaws!

It was their anniversary.

She decided to make his favorite pound cake, the simplest and the one that he savors besides all creamy, moist and fluffy ones.

They both cut the cake, and when he tasted it, he smiled and said, "I think it's high time to take you to an optometrist", and then thrust the piece of cake into his wife's mouth.

She tasted it, her face went gruesome, and they both burst into guffaw looking at the salt-replaced-sugar, pound cake.


With the salt cake, their 40th anniversary too was marked unforgettable, filled with laughter and false twits, in no way less than the previous years!


written for FSF by lillie McFerrin. This week's prompt is Marriage.

19 comments :

  1. Such a beautiful blend of comedy and love. I hope many couples find that type of happiness in their lives. Beautiful photograph too!

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  2. Thank you so much, shailaja ji :) It is indeed a pleasure to be read by you pros!!

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  3. Touching one, Priya. Salty but so sweet :)

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    1. Wah, thanks anita :) Nice to hear it from you!

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  4. I really love this one...this is what makes a marriage...laughing together x

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  5. Wonderfully told, love the sentimental mixed with the comedic touch.

    D.B. McNicol
    Romance & Mystery...writing my life

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  6. Hahah aww that was cute!
    Ps you know weirdly I was diary writing last night..I dont publish those.. But that's what I was writing about, flaws. And suddenly reading this now just I dunno hit that click in my headd. Hi5! :D

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    1. He he.. thanks little girlie :) Hi5 to you too :) Now, should i say, great minds or fools?? Just kidding :0 ;0

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    2. hahaha i dont mind the fools bit :P arent we all silly people ? ;)

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  7. That was really cute,the beauty of growing old together..

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  8. This is so beautiful and shows how their love and marriage has matured with age and time.

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  9. Wonderful priya!! Reminds me of our thathas n paatis!!! They were n are living examples to our generation

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    1. @ jyotsna, thanks:)
      @ Kalpana, true! a living example of matured love! thanks :)
      @devi, true devi! they were the epitome of perseverance :) thanks yaar!

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  10. Thats really nyc! It bought a smile to my face:-)

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