Of Dress Codes Dress Codes Nightcafe Image “Look at that heap of suitcases”, Manika exclaimed, as the taxi driver shut the door on the trunk of his Innova, and we waved goodbye to the bride’s uncle and aunt. Before I could react, an Ertiga drove into the hotel porch, and stopped by the flower-edged sign that announced the next wedding. A young couple emerged from the car, clothes hangers shrouded in black, held aloft like pennants, while the bellboy hoisted 3 suitcases out of the trunk, and wheeled them into the lobby. Hostesses draped in saris greeted the new guests with necklaces of faux pearls.
Don’t have a card no.
I pledge support to your yearly membership coz…. I love your innovative thoughts and the way you present them in your good writings.
Our people aren’t poor because of unemployment but because
a. they are unemployable,
b. they won’t do work that is available or
c. they just want govt jobs where they need to do nothing but pile up because of the power of the chair.
I really support you sir in the cause for no dress codes Sir.
I actually need to disable that call for a pledge - it went on by Substack default, and I wasn't planning to ask for money.