A surprise ending

December 12, 2014 at 1:13 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

“A small boy named Zacharia lived in a village in Bapong, Geluckspan. None of his classmates liked him because of his stupidity, especially his teacher, who was always yelling at him, “You are driving me crazy Zacharia !”

One day Zacharia’s mother came to the school to check on how he was doing. The teacher told his mother honestly, that her son is simply a disaster, getting very low marks and had never seen such a dumb boy in her entire teaching career!

The mother was shocked at the feedback, withdrew her son from Ipokeng Middle school and even moved to another place!

25 years later, the teacher was diagnosed with an incurable heart disease. All the doctors strongly advised her to have an open heart operation, which only one surgeon could perform. Left with no other options, the teacher decided to have the operation, which was successful.

When she opened her eyes after the surgery, she saw a handsome doctor smiling down at her! She wanted to thank him, but could not talk. Her face started to turn blue, she raised her hand, trying to tell him something but eventually died!

The doctor was shocked and was trying to work out what went wrong. When he turned around, he saw our friend Zacharia, working as a cleaner in Geluckspan hospital, who had unplugged the oxygen equipment to connect his Nokia 3310 phone charger!”

Don’t tell me you thought that Zacharia became a doctor!




Odd news from around the world

Could VIAGRA improve your memory?: “Viagra could be used to stop the onset of dementia, scientists believe. A trial has been launched to see if the drug – normally used to treat erectile problems in men – could help stave off a common form of the disease. The drug, called Tadalfil – which is in the same family as Viagra – works by dilating blood vessels. Scientists believe it could treat vascular dementia by increasing blood flow to the brain. Vascular dementia is the second most common form of dementia, and accounts for around 110,000 cases of dementia in the UK. It is caused by damage to the small blood vessels of the brain, leading to reduced blood flow to brain tissue. This damage to the brain’s blood vessels – known as small vessel disease – makes artery walls become thick and stiff, which prevents them from responding to the brain’s changing need for blood. The result is damage to deep parts of the brain due to insufficient blood supply, leading to problems with memory.

Retired builder, 72, rallies team of 50 volunteers to patch up roads his council ignored: “Tired of pleading with the council to repair potholes blighting his village, Reg Winsor took matters into his own hands. The retired builder, 72, picked up his tools once more, and took just 15 minutes to fix a notorious hole – known locally as ‘the crater’. Officials at Devon County Council were so impressed with his work they approached him about tackling other potholes in the area. He has now assembled a group of 50 volunteers, dubbed ‘Reg’s army’, to carry out the repairs. Mr Winsor said he was forced to take drastic action after the council repeatedly ignored his complaints about potholes near his home in Ilsington, Dartmoor. The local authority has an estimated repair backlog costing £758million for its 8,000 miles of road. ‘It’s simple really – they haven’t got the money to do it, so I just decided to do it myself. ‘The Tarmac was given to me by local labourers and the rest I had.’

French housewife found guilty of sexually abusing two PLUMBERS in her home: “A French housewife found guilty of sexually abusing two plumbers who had visited her house to mend a leak today has apologised to the men. Identified only by her initials of I.D, the 50 year old said she was determined to turn over a new leaf and become a life coach. The 50-year-old French housewife made lewd suggestions to a pair of plumbers and rubbed up against their bottoms. When they resisted her advances she reacted furiously, smacking one of them across the face. Rather than allowing them to get on with their work, she forced herself against their bottoms when they were bending over, and made lewd suggestions. ‘When you have done with the radiators, come to my bed,’ was one of her suggestions, the court heard. When shunned further, the woman smacked one of the men across the face, before throwing them both out of her home, Voix du Nord newspaper reported. In their panic, the men left their tools behind, leaving the police to retrieve them the next day.”

Four-year-old who survived for 12 NIGHTS in the Siberian wilderness is reunited with the puppy who saved her life by keeping her warm: “‘Mowgli’ girl owes her life to the Alsatian puppy after they got lost together in the Siberian wilderness – where she then survived for 12 days and nights. Karina Chikitova became lost with her pet after following her father into a snowy Siberian forest full of wolves and bears in October last year. Naida had been keeping Karina warm at night but after nine days returned home to summon help. Rescuers found her footprint three days later next to a paw print near a river, where they had drunk water. So the emergency workers knew they were in the right area of the Sakha Republic, Russia’s largest region and only slightly smaller than India. She was severely malnourished when rescuers found her. Karina is now preparing for Christmas in her home in the far flung village of Kyachchi – hoping that Russian Santa, called Ded Moroz, will bring her a Barbie doll.”

Mother sued the British health service for giving her this perfect little girl: “Her mother Katie watches her little girl, twirling in her favourite party frock, with love and pride. Is there anything more magical than seeing Christmas through the eyes of your beloved child? Katie held her health authority directly responsible for the accidental pregnancy which, she says, robbed her of her youth, independence, ambitions and her future as they did not fit her contraceptive implant correctly. For Katie was 18 when she became pregnant. She’d just finished her AS-levels and was hoping to train as a dental nurse. To make matters worse, she’d broken up with her boyfriend — her first proper relationship — days before. Needless to say, Katie was devastated. Yet this pregnancy was not the result of carelessness or a lack of parental guidance. It was caused when nurses at Katie’s family planning clinic failed to insert a contraceptive implant properly. Katie, from Ashton-in-Makerfield, Lancashire, took legal action against the NHS, who admitted liability for the catastrophic blunder. Last year Katie received £11,000 compensation in an out-of-court settlement.”

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