Why not ask her?( <1 min read)

‘Congratulations sir…,’ grinned the reporter seated in the front row and added, ‘finally we can call her Mrs Avni Rishav Basu.’

‘Why,’ I furrowed my brow.

The reporters stole glances at each other, ‘she’s now your wife, sir.’

I nodded approval, then asked, ‘how would you feel if one day, all of a sudden, your individuality is snatched away?’

They were stupefied, silence filled the room.

‘Well, you’re trying to do the same…,’ I continued, ‘…why not ask her what she would like to be called?’

Written by Chirasree Bose

12 thoughts on “Why not ask her?( <1 min read)

    1. Yes 😊😊 right

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  1. Different one…liked it…

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    1. Thank you 😊


  2. Inspirational!!
    It takes years to etch an identity, why force someone to end it as a condition to enter into and maintain a relationship.

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    1. True😐😐

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  4. Great answer. I ask people to call me shalini and they add prefix or postfix and I spend 4 comments Correcting them

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    1. 😊😊 thank you so much


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