A fruitful and constructive lunch..!
“Oh that was so constructive!” “And fruitful too dear!” “What else did you discuss?” “He was very impressed with our mud finger bowls!” “You mean he said it was better than the Pakistan ones?” “He said that they never used mud finger bowls in Pakistan!” “Did you tell him who introduced them?” “Yes, I did. I told him Laloo Prasad Yadav had introduced them to serve tea when he was railway minister! He was very happy! He said that Laloo was a hit in Pakistan in 2003, and wanted to know if he could meet him! I told him that Laloo was not a hit in India anymore, and that if he wanted he could meet Mamata!”
“He must have been thrilled?” “No he said, that he preferred Laloo!” “That was indeed very constructive. What else did you talk about?” “I wrote it down!” “You wrote what down?” “Whatever we discussed. I knew you would ask me later. Ah here it is, he said that he preferred his own basmati rice!” “Now that was not very nice of him!” “I thought so too but he opened his bag and gave me some to take back for you!” “Oh that was so thoughtful…”
“And constructive of him!” “Is he a very talkative man?” “Whenever he finished a chicken leg, he would talk for nearly fifteen seconds and then start on the next piece!” “That is quite talkative, don’t you think so dear?” “He talked a bit more when we came to the fruit salad, he searched a bit in the bowl for some pieces of fruit then said it wasn’t too fruitful, the salad!” “Oh that was sad!”
“So I gave him mine and he said he found it very fruitful!” “Oh what a fruitful and constructive lunch my dear!” In case you thought otherwise, this is a reported conversation between the PM’s driver and his wife about the meal he had with the Pak President’s driver when both their masters were having lunch.