“Mayagai diroya guoko di uriri gigarura gahutia runyodo!” He said amidst laughter. I could hear the conversation from my end. The walls were thin. Single room. He was speaking in his mother tongue. Some words were vulgar. I swear the person on the other end was laughing. I was. Perhaps his jaw-bone had dislocated. Of course it was a he. Men can’t have such conversation with a fellow woman. Naaah we desist!
“So how’s your new wife?” I assumed the guy on the other line asked that.
“She’s fine. She’s pretty and she is so hard-working. It is what made me to fall for her. Actually right now she’s at work but she is about to come home.” My neighbour answered.
I looked at the time and it was 7:29 p.m.
Knock knock! She was there after a few microseconds.
“Brathe we tutaongea baadaye. Amefika.” He hanged up.
On opening the door, there were chuckles. I assumed maybe they were kissing. Newly wedded couples are cute. They were in love. This was the second day since I saw this lady. She looked around 28 years.
“Babe I missed you,” she said in a nagging voice wanting attention.
“I missed you too.” The husband replied. “How was work?”
“It was good though I’m tired,” she trailed on, “A massage could do wonders.”
I don’t know what the ‘massage’ led to. Damn these walls. Coitus took place. I don’t want to go into the details but it was fun from their side😂😂
The next day I looked at them with those eyes “I heard you two last night. We should shoot a video. It would sell!”
I imagine them being asked by a random guy, “How did you two meet?”
“I had gone there to wash his clothes and I realized this man’s dirty so I decided to overstay. Here I am 12 years later still doing laundry but more of conjugal rights.”
Congratulations neighbour. Two elfs👏👏