My class-mates have finally decided to make productive use of their free-time(The phrase free-time henceforth mean the OS hour and not lunch or break times). They started playing a noble sport. A sport that needs courage, grit, valour and selflessness. A sport that can cause grevious bodily harm. Well, they started gambling. It is a noble sport isn't it?
The first time I came to know of it was when Rafi asked me for a couple of rupees in change which he would glady return to me next tuesday. Suddenly, four or five people converged into the last bench before you could say Jack Robins. I peeped around and saw betting going on with full fervour. One guy would toss a coin into the air and another(One of the betters would call out). The winner would get the money. I was in time to see my two rupees vanish into the deep pockets of someone.
Narendran lost some fifteen rupees in the first few rounds, but made it back by the end of the day. However, Rafi the starter of the company Rafi and Sons, found he was short by a rupee at the end of the day. However, these days, his business is going full steam ahead.