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Dear Relatives & their married daughters. This is an open letter to all the relatives and their married daughters.
We rarely meet. But when we do, I don’t like the way you look at me. Those pitying looks, those inquiring looks, those smirks, that eye rolling. It hasn’t got any effect on me. But your cheap behavior makes me feel good about myself.
I am really happy for you that you were *lucky*
You got *faarigh* from all your *faraaiz* aka *beti ki shadi*. But why do you mention it ten times? I attended that wedding
I am really happy that you got the best son in law. He respects your daughter although she doesn’t like his siblings and parents. And when you tell us that so proudly, I feel sorry for you. Because what you think is *lamha-e-fakhariya* for you is actually a *lamha-e-fikariya*.
Dear Relatives and their married Daughters,
I am really happy you got married right after your graduation, you have kids. But that was your own choice. Why do you look at me like I am jealous of you. No dear, when you were getting married, I was making memories by doing something that I love. I wanted to study and work and do something on my own.
If you have a son, doesn’t mean me and my parents are eyeing him up for a rishta. He is a good human but please you can keep your chaand ka tukra.
If your son is getting married, don’t think we are sad. We are happy for him. And equally pity the girl who is going to be a member of your family.
If your daughter weighs 45 kg even after giving birth to ten kids, its good for her. I am a foodie and I don’t care.
If your daughter went for a honeymoon to far east. GOD BLESS THEM. Perhaps I can recommend good massage places.
Please leave me alone. I am not married because its my choice, not to. I am overweight because I have no other option. If I treat you kindly when you visit my house, doesn’t mean I want to be your bahu or I am sucking up to you because I am such a sore unmarried loser. No. Dear Relatives, at first, you are so worried about your beti ka rishta that you act like a complete bakri in front of her in-laws to be. But as soon as she gets married, you become the evil witch boss from hell who tries to control everything and everyone. Please let your daughters live peacefully. And let us live in peace too. Dear Relatives, when you visit my house, kindly treat me and my parents with respect that we truly deserve. Relationship statuses don’t make a person better than the other. Its the *ikhlaaq* that counts.
Kindly spare me and all the other girls and boys trying to hide from your curious eyes. Please don’t double dip your spoon in the food I just served. Its disgusting.
Someone your daughter can only dream of to be.