Mr. LVT (SN 1961, hometown of An Giang) was born in a wealthy family, so he got married at the age of 25. The couple received many valuable wedding gifts from their relatives, so they built a three-story house in Cho Moi district and moved out.
Having a house in front of him, Mr. T discussed with his young wife some business to prove to his parents that he had a business talent. He brought the red book to the bank as a pledge to get capital to do business. Then he ordered four pool tables, bought a few sets of plastic tables and chairs and a sugarcane juice cart to “start a business”.
“At that time, I calculated it very carefully. The young people in the district are addicted to billiards, so they will quickly get their capital back and make a lot of money. When my wife (ie Mrs. Tu) heard it, she agreed immediately because she believed in this wise decision of mine”, Mr. T recalled.
Mr. LVT (SN 1961, hometown of An Giang) was born in a wealthy family, so he got married at the age of 25.
In the early days of the business, Mr. and Mrs. T did not face any difficulties, even the work was very smooth. Every day, he just needs to sit and look after the young people’s car or help his wife carry a glass of sugarcane juice to invite guests. “The money I earn, I give her to manage because I think my wife must be the one to hold the finance. Unexpectedly, I pushed myself into the tragedy of losing both my wife and property.
One night, I was sleeping soundly when she woke me up and informed me that I was going to go bankrupt and want a divorce. I thought she was joking, but when she woke up, she must have fallen on her back. For a long time, my wife let the young people play billiards, and there was no money in it,” said Mr. T.
Understanding that his wife is the type of person who likes to flatter, as long as the young people praise her, she will agree to record the debt, so Mr. T is determined to stay in the marriage by selling the house to pay the bank. With the rest of the money, he bought a small house in the alley to shelter from the rain and sun and then find a way to make a living. He sold 4 pool tables and kept the sugarcane juice cart for Mrs. Tu to do business with.
Every morning, Mrs. Tu pushes the sugarcane juice cart to the alley to earn money. As for Mr. T, he switched to motorbike taxi or hired someone to do whatever he wanted with the hope of making enough money to support himself and his wife.
“Living happily and accustomed to, until suffering becomes husband and wife or conflict. My wife couldn’t stand the lack of money, so she nagged all day and asked for a breakup so she wouldn’t be hungry anymore. In 2009, at the most impasse, my wife won 5 lottery tickets. I was so happy that I thought God would change my life, but in the end, there was no money, and the husband and wife were both different,” said Mr. T with tears in my eyes.
Accordingly, that afternoon, Mr. T was depressed because he had no customers when he received a call from Mrs. Tu, announcing that he had won the jackpot. He quickly ran home, found packed with people sitting there. He asked about the new story or the wife who won the special prize of Can Tho radio.
“That night, my wife and I drove each other to buy rice, and instant noodles were distributed to those who came to celebrate, and food and drinks were also served in the communal house. We also built the theater like that wedding, held a party, sang loudly for 2 days and 2 nights, “Mr. T recalled.
That afternoon, Mr. T was depressed because of lack of customers when he received a call from Mrs. Tu to announce that he had won the jackpot. (Illustration)
Because the lottery ticket was purchased by Mrs. Tu, the amount of the prize was decided by her. She buys silk clothes, buys cars and buys vehicles. She refused to do anything but put on makeup and rode around in the afternoon.
“My wife won billions but I have nothing new. I was even more depressed than when I was bankrupt, so I had to invite my friends to drink alcohol to relieve sadness, forgetting the suffering of life. In the evening, I would go home again because she would go away every day, ignoring me,” the Western man confided.
Seeing that the love between husband and wife is no longer salty, and there are no children bound, so Mr. T decided to discuss divorce with his wife. At this time, Mrs. Tu, who was deeply immersed in the game, nodded in agreement.
The couple did not take each other to court to sue, but quietly each reclined. Mr. T left his house to his wife and then went to Saigon to make a living. Tu’s side still had a little love, so she sent 50 million VND to her husband as a “thank you”.
When he first set foot in a foreign country, Mr. T was lost and did not know his future direction? However, he thought he still had to live and overcome this pain, so he stopped in a small alley, rented a small room and started living… alone.
Referring to the past and Mrs. Tu, Mr. T laughed and said that many times he wanted to return home but did not have the courage. “I’ve heard people say she’s miserable now. Every day, I go to sell lottery tickets. It is true that when people realize their mistakes, it is too late,” said Mr. T.
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