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An Emotional Story Part-2

Posted Aug 1, '09 at 9:49am

Zega

Zega

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I bet he is invisible. Grrr... I wish I was invisible myself!

 

Posted Aug 1, '09 at 9:49am

VoteSocialist

VoteSocialist

969 posts

invizibul
He might be invisible.

LOL!

 

Posted Aug 1, '09 at 9:50am

Zega

Zega

6,544 posts

What is so funny?

O_O DID YOU SEE MY UNDERWEAR?

 

Posted Aug 1, '09 at 9:52am

VoteSocialist

VoteSocialist

969 posts

You are the only human being that I've met that spells invisible that way.

 

Posted Aug 1, '09 at 9:53am

VoteSocialist

VoteSocialist

969 posts

Once there was a family of a boy, mother and father who lived in a town. They had a horse. They were very poor as they were the only people in the town who didn't own a car. They also had a garage which was in a deplorable state and their horse was an eyesore (Not good looking) It�s hooves were spread wide apart which showed their poverty and the boy was ashamed of it.
The name of the boy was Jack. His mother was a very good person. She never let them feel that they were poor. She new the secrets of using brightly coloured curtains and painted in the right places. This gave the house a better look. She always told her family members that living on little inculcates moral values and if they had character, it was preferable to wealth.
His father was very generous and very honest. Though he got a moderate salary but he spent half of it for supporting his relatives.
Once there was a gala night of the country fair. There was very excitement as the winner of the Shining Buick(an expensive and a good car.) was going to be announced in the lottery. Time of waiting had ended and the winner was  Jack's father.
The whole family was very excited and went to home but Jack decided to come late because he wanted to share his joy with his friends.
But when he returned home he saw that there was no sound of celebration and the house was dark. He was confused.
He rushed to his father to share his joy. But....He was shocked of his father's reaction. When he came to hug his father he pushed him away and snarled at him.
When he asked his mother that was the problem, she answered that his father had bought two tickets. One for his Boss and the other for himself. To distinguish between them he marked a small letter 'K' on ticket no. 348 on it's top right corner. The judges did not saw it and told the name of the buyer i.e. Jack�s father.
As his father was very honest, he was feeling depressed that should he give the car to his boss or keep it with himself as he had bought the tickets?
The boy was small and thought that it was an 'open and shut case'(a problem which can be solved easily). He thought that his father bought the tickets so the car belongs to his father not the boss.
His father was not practical about his family and had made the decision in his honesty. He ringed up the boss and told him the truth.
His boss was Jim Kendrick who was a millionaire but he was selfish and greedy. He owned a dozen cars. Instead of offering the car to Jack's father, he sent two chauffeurs to collect it and compensated for it by giving a box of cigars.
When the boy was small he didn't understood his father's decision but when he grew up he understood that by giving the car to the boss his father had proved that he had more character than his boss...

Look at how badly worded this is! And how many errors are here! *Spits on story* Honestly! *Goes potty on story*!!!

 

Posted Aug 1, '09 at 9:55am

VoteSocialist

VoteSocialist

969 posts

I'm just kidding I liked the idea but you could have posted this on word and spell checked it first!

 

Posted Aug 1, '09 at 9:56am

Zega

Zega

6,544 posts

You're kidding VoteSocialist? I think it was horrible aswell!

 

Posted Aug 1, '09 at 10:25am

SonnyDude

SonnyDude

233 posts

To VoteSocialist-

Hey I didn't wrote the story without spaces between paragraphs as you copied it. LOL.

Votesocialist doesn't know how to copy a story..

HAHAHAHAHa!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Posted Aug 1, '09 at 10:29am

SonnyDude

SonnyDude

233 posts

I don't think that anyone of you understood the story correctly..

 

Posted Aug 1, '09 at 10:32am

SonnyDude

SonnyDude

233 posts

You all say that some of you don't have a car..

So let me tell you that it was also a story of a boy who wanted but didn't own a car..

It was a general story not an extraordinary one.

 
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