May Contest

Baba Sàró's Rumour

‘Husband of many women’.
That was the name everyone called Baba Sàró, the village goldsmith.
Every household in the village had a daughther, sister, step-sister, sister-in-law, friend, wife, or even mother, that had something to do with Baba Sàró.
Rumour had it that he had so many customers because he’d offer the women a discount if they spent the night with him.
Rumour also had it that he sent his wife packing because she could no longer satisfy him in the ‘other room’.
Baba Sàró was rumoured to have died crowing on one of the king’s concubines.


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