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They can just smell his presence!

22 February 2019 10:44 am - 2     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


The staffers at the august assembly have made it a practice to sniff the air to ascertain whether a certain senior politico has arrived in or not.


When asked whether so and so has already come, they would first sniff the air, they say.

They sniff the air because they are now quite familiar with the pervasive aroma of the expensive cigar this Diyawanna senior is smoking.

  Comments - 2

  • Kokka Saturday, 23 February 2019 08:59 AM

    Smell of ganja?

    Ranjith Chandrasekera Wednesday, 27 February 2019 05:04 AM

    Some of these cigars are very dear. the cheapest up market cigar could be around US$ 20. Smoking quality cigars is an expensive habit. In Sri Lanka only the rich could afford and they are the Politicians. Luxury living with contingent of security guards, palatial houses, subside five star food, super luxury cars, overseas travel in best comfort and other political perks. They getting to politics to look after poor suffering people.

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