Scene: A Dinner Date with Snow Falling

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Snow was falling outside and it was looking as if the soft cotton was pouring down. The view was simply majestic and eye-candy that I could not help praising about it before the man sitting right in front of me on the table where we had come to eat dinner. Well, he was none other than Farhan – my boyfriend who I had been dating since long time. It was 9 p.m.  Both Farhan and I were desperately waiting for the food ordered almost a half an hour back. Farhan, a good-looking clean-shaved man dressed in a black sweater and skin-fitting blue denim jeans, was a business executive in a multinational firm. Guess, he did not hear me when I praised about the snow falling outside the restaurant’s window. Again I repeated my sentence to him.

Oh, sorry Shabnam – I was actually thinking of the food we ordered. Yes, the snow looks exactly like a cotton, and I love it.

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Snow was falling outside and it was looking as if the soft cotton was pouring down. The view was simply majestic and eye-candy that I could not help praising about it before the man sitting right in front of me on the table where we had come to eat dinner. Well, he was none other than Farhan - my boyfriend who I had been dating since long time. It was 9 p.m. Both Farhan and I were desperately waiting for the food ordered almost a half an hour back. Farhan, a good-looking clean-shaved man dressed in a black sweater and skin-fitting blue denim jeans, was a business executive in a multinational firm. Guess, he did not hear me when I praised about the snow falling outside the restaurant’s window. Again I repeated my sentence to him. Oh, sorry Shabnam – I was actually thinking of the food we ordered. Yes, the snow looks exactly like a cotton, and I love it. I went on praising about the snow forgetting about the food for which I was desperate moments back. I made Farhan remember the days when we both were in Murree last year during the winter season and the snow-falling was quite heavy there. The waiter brought the food, and the tasty smell of it simply made me forget the romanticism of the snow. I landed onto the food being utterly hungry because since morning I had not eaten anything.

I went on praising about the snow forgetting about the food for which I was desperate moments back. I made Farhan remember the days when we both were in Murree last year during the winter season and the snow-falling was quite heavy there.

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The waiter brought the food, and the tasty smell of it simply made me forget the romanticism of the snow. I landed onto the food being utterly hungry because since morning I had not eaten anything.

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