Amusing anecdotes related to recent nominations are galore these days and here is one of them. High ups from the black coated gentry had complained to the new Big Boss that the fair members of their profession aspiring to enter Diyawanna through the Blue party were being overlooked by the party’s nomination board.
Following this complaint, the new Big Boss on his own referred to the nomination board a young comely attorney eager to embark on a political career.
Her interviewer was a Blue party stalwart who himself was an attorney.
Before putting the customary questions to the young nomination hopeful facing him with eager anticipation, the gallant party stalwart paid an unusual compliment to her. “I am pleased to meet the most beautiful and charming lady to have turned up at this interview so far!” Her response was a coquettish smile.
“You are sure to attract enough preference votes,” the interviewer went on. “I think there is no need for you to spend money on posters and other propaganda props!”
The fair attorney highly elated by this unexpected success at the interview, profusely thanked the Blue party stalwart. They gradually drifted into an intimate lengthy chat.
They were engrossed in matters which were a far cry from politics, when suddenly the door flew open and a stranger strode in.
A highly annoyed Blue bigwig barked at the intruder. “I say, who are you? There is an interview going on here and you barge in like a fool. Get out closing the door behind you!”
“Excuse me, Sir,” the fair attorney spoke up. “He is my husband…Please don’t scold him!”
The Blue party stalwart stared at the intruder for a moment and addressed the fair lady in a subdued voice. “Okay. The interview is over. You can go!”
The fair attorney rose to her feet and lingered for a moment.
“Sir, may I know whether I am getting nomination?”
“You are certainly getting nomination… Give me a call later, “the Blue bigwig replied.
The attorney thanked the kind interviewer and happily walked out with her husband.
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