Strangely enough, I’ve fallen for the laundry guy who delivers our clothes. I haven’t made any move on him yet, but we keep chatting when he comes with the clothes. He also calls me. He is a class 12 pass and is looking for a job. At the moment he is helping his uncle’s laundry business. He has also started borrowing money from me to change his looks to look dashing for me. Should I give in to him.
Are you prepared for a lot of dirty linen to be washed in public? You may be feeling lonely with your hubby away, but that is no reason for you to fall for the next available guy who happens to be the laundry guy — just because he frequents your home everyday. He is borrowing money from you, so get the hint. He has made you his target and wants to lure you in his net. From what you have said, it appears that this guy is not trustworthy. Remember he will walk off and you will be left with a heap of soiled clothes. So do not yield to temptation. Keep yourself occupied with creative pursuits instead.
Diana will solve it!
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