Shopping Malls Me Patni Ke Peeche Peeche Bina Kaam Ke Ghumte Husbands Ko Dekhkar Bada Hi Taras Aata Hai Aur Dukh Bhi Hota Hai. Malls Mein Baithne Ki Suvidha Bhi Nahi Hoti.

    Isliye In Shopping Malls Ke Managers Ko Hamari Salah Hai Ki Jis Tarah Se Kai Jagah Baggage Counter Hota Hai Cutomers Ke Samaan Ya Bags Rakhne Ka Usi Tarah Se Husbands Ko Rakhne Ka Counter Hona Chahiye.

    Apne-Apne Husbands Ko Jama Karwa Ke Ye Patniyan Token Lekar Andar Jaa Sakti Hain Aur Waapas Aakar Apne-Apne Husbands Ko Waapas Le Sakti Hain.

    Andar Rush Bhi Kam Hoga Aur Sales Bhi Jyada Hogi.

    1000 Rupees Ki Shopping Pe Counter Pe Rakhe Uske Husband Ko 1 Cup Coffee Plus Biscuits Milenge

    1500 Ki Shopping Pe 1 Large Peg Milega.

    2500 Ki Shopping Pe 1 Quarter Milega.

    3500 Ki Shopping Pe 1 Quarter Plus Half Plate Tandoori Chicken (Ya Koi Veg Snack).

    Is Tarah Se Pati Bhi Shaant Baithe Rahenge Aur Patniyan Araam Se Shopping Ka Anand Leti Rahengi.
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