One day (yesterday), Yuwrajh came to Leicester to visit his former teacher Miss Hamid and her husband. As soon as he came into their house they almost collapsed and told him to please go home. But Y's training as a nurse helped him to cope with the two diddies who were in a state of near-shock. First, he made the coffee.
Next, he was told to lay the food on the table. Miss Hamid, the old dear, forgot that Y was not the 16 year old she used to clip around the ear.. This was the spread which secretly delighted Y's heart, no....stomach.
Finally Y could sit down to enjoy the meal. He was forced to smile for this photo - again it's that bossy teacher.
Her long-suffering spouse also suffered the same abuse. He was only allowed to eat the salad. Poor spouse. By now, the cruel Teech was almost under the table - too much elderflower drink.
They then adjourned to the sitting room. Y was not allowed to sit on the comfy settee in case, like Teech's husband, he spills his drink onto the cushion. Men tend to do that - just to annoy the women.
But why is Y looking distressed? He had just been told that the Pineapple Pachri costs £3.75, the Spicy Chicken £6.50 and the Fish Acar was £6. Well there's no such thing as a free lunch says Miss Hamid. Your menginding (moocher) days are over!
But, they did come to an amicable agreement. Teech decided to give Y a 10% discount because he had brought with him gifts of 3 types of yummy biscuits, 6 avocados and a bottle of ginger and lemon grass drink all of which were not to be opened and shared because Teech's husband is a (sort of) Scotsman.
Yuwrajh had to catch the 18.55 train to London. So he put together his cute bike to cycle to the Railway Station.
I hope the other boys and girls from Y's schooldays will take up the same healthy habit instead of stuffing their faces full of food and melepak-ing (lazing about) in Rukhsana's house.
So everybody say good-bye to Yuwrajh. "Goodbye Yuwrajh." Have a safe journey home.
Thank you dear Yuwrajh for taking the trouble to come all the way from London just to see us. It's been such a long, long time. And your visit has brought us so much joy. Take care, especially when cycling in London.