Curhat(Indonesian): To share one’s story, the pouring of one’s heart, a casual act of opening up.
“And so, there we were, on the edge of knowing what a life together would be like, and you know what?”
“That’s when he starts talking about some lady he’d been eyeing ever since we got out of the store!”
Was there something on her face?
Was she… Wearing some strange outfit, or talking to herself, or is he a medium? Maybe she was possessed by the ghost of her grandmother, or father, or, just a ghost. Maybe he was worried that she’d be sucked into –
“I called to give you a story.”
It doesn’t sound like it’s going to be pleasant.
Well, if it’s going to be like that, then I’m going to try my best to lighten the mood. I don’t want to sit here and give you a pity party.
“That’s not what I’m asking for.”
Well if it’s not, then let’s have some fun.
What? Not serious enough for you? If he’s going to be eyeing other women when he’s got you, then you’ve got to lighten up too. If he’s not serious, then why should you?
“That’s…something I figured you’d come up with.”
I’m not sure what kind of impression you have of me.
“Well, you’re the type of person I’d call.”
Fair enough. So, it was a ghost right?
“How do you think it died?”