Before I tread further let me clarify, this fish business is solely handled by Husband. I am a mere spectator of the proceedings and only contribute in making fun or criticizing.
What? Mean? Who, me? Naah!
But!!! something that takes a month was done in 10 days? After a lot of contemplation we concluded may be these fishes were pregnant when we had bought them.
But!! (yes too many but's today) these fishes were pregnant AGAIN in no time. You know how a Gappi fish passes time? No no I don't mean they are always making babies, what I mean is they goes zoop se Up and zoop se down in the aquarium and that's how they play. Now the sad part was that our male fishes were not leaving the heavily pregnant fishes alone. All day they would follow them zoop-zoop and then nudge them. Husband got irritated and took the avtaar of Amrish Puri. A separate bowl was bought & the lovers were separated. The two addicted male fishes were moved to the bowl. Life was back to normal in the big aquarium, the mothers & the babies started living a peaceful life.
Few days later they were united for some cleaning purpose and the male fishes didn't waste even a minute & resumed their kabaddi. They were thrown out again, not literally though! I chided my husband for separating the lovers but I had also seen them bugging the she-fishes so I understood the logic behind his actions.
And then one day the inevitable happened. One of the He-Fishes passed away! Bloody Devdaas!
The in-house Amrish Puri decided to unite the fishes and the remaining he-fish was brought back in the big aquarium. He was told "Ja Jee le apni zindagi" and he is living it up. He goes Zoop-Zoop Nudge-Nudge She-Fish 1 & Zoop-Zoop Nudge-Nudge She-Fish 2. Mauja hi Mauja!!!
And yeah 6 more chunu munu babies have been delivered!!!
My husband's vision of 2 se 6, 6 se 12, 12 se many more is coming true!
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