Stand By Your Man: Part 7
Post by Onna Carr
“Tu (you) are a very brave laraki (girl), Emmaji,” Sunil said as he stared at Emma slightly mystified by the last five minutes. “Nahim (not) maim (me), Sunil. Maim (I) am dead-level practical. We had better get off the train until someone who knows what they are doing checks this bag,” Emma concluded as she and Sunil headed for the door together.
“Why’d tu (you) wait?” Sunil questioned as he offered Emma help down from the train and was refused as she hopped off. “Kya (what)?” Emma asked. “Why did tu (you) wait until only pamca (five) seconds remained to cut the wire?” Sunil inquired. “A few more people had the chance to get off the train in case maim (I) was wrong—every second counts,” Emma replied. “Dead-level practical,” Sunil said to himself as he hopped to the ground and shook his head at “just Emma.”
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