PUDDING & SOUSE: Lovers’ spat shutting shop
Sat, May 12, 2012 - 12:00 AM
It was pure bacchanal in a certain village last week when a shopkeeper’s former girlfriend clashed with the current one.
It was the former soulmate who won the battle of the cuss-out that many had long expected.
The girlfriend seemed to be in shock and awe after months of saying exactly what she was going to tell the former sweetheart.
The ex-girlfriend brought out her green card and urged the current lover to show hers, to the amusement of many.
People in the know say it seems like the only people the girlfriend can cuss are the shopkeeper and his customers. Apparently, she has run half the customers and the rest – except for the shopkeeper’s three close friends – are also planning to leave.
Many people are wondering why the shopkeeper is serving customers with a baby in his arms.
Blows in the boutique
Two sisters got a good beating in Bridgetown a few weeks ago over a piece of jewellery.
Onlookers said that one sister questioned the man over the jewellery he got from her daughter, his girlfriend.
There was a heated exchange of words in the crowded boutique and the woman, who works in Government, took some blows. Her fat sister, who is voluntarily idle, jumped in and took a right cross on the face.
The little sister is on sick leave while the overweight one is still liming and trying to con men.
The man has been warned by his lawyer to keep far from the sisters.
Who is the pregnant woman that is doing anything to get money in spite of her condition? She has been spotted making moves for cash as she is broke.
This is the third time that the ill-mannered woman has gotten pregnant and each time it has been for a “bad boy”.
The woman, who likes to call for big money, is doing hair but is struggling to pay her bills.
Decked out for $400
A man was in such a hurry to get his hands on a girl who wanted to go to Reggae On The Beach that he offered her $400 for some of her time.
The problem is that the tall, dark man, after spending all that cash on the 21-year-old girl, was dissatisfied with the returns.
The girl bragged to her mother and friends about the things she got – the dress, shoes and ticket for the show.
It’s a shame when a proud man of the cloth is found to be dishonest.
This particular man can no longer take his big vehicle to the service station because his cheques are bouncing. Those close to him said that for a long time he had been given much leeway but enough is enough and the plug has now been pulled.
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