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“157th story”

 

Medi was driving to go to work when his cell phone rang.

Medi said: “Hello?”

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No one replied, and instead, some feminine voice blew back.

Medi said: “If you are calling to bother me blow once, but if you called to become friends, blow twice.”

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The caller blew twice.

Medi asked: “If you are an ugly person, blow once, but if you are a beautiful one, blow twice.”

The caller blew twice.

Medi said: “If you are underage, blow once, but if you are mature, blow twice.”

The caller blew twice.

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Medi said: “If you don’t like to meet me blow once, but if you like to meet blow twice.”

The caller blew twice.

Medi said: “I’m going to Shandiz restaurant tomorrow at one pm if you can’t come blow once, but if you can make it blow twice.”

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And again, the caller blew twice.

The next day Medi dressed up carefully to make sure he looks good for his one pm date. He was very happy and excited. He showered with eau de cologne and sang while he was getting ready.

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He ran down the stairs and was about to skip breakfast out of excitement.

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He was walking in the clouds and dreaming high in the sky when his wife said: “If you are coming home for lunch, blow once, but if you don’t blow twice!”

 

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Categories: fable, fiction, folk tale, moral, parable, Short StoryTags: , , , , , ,

60 comments

  1. feet of clay
    sin each day
    one way
    to go
    up or down
    not all around

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  2. Delicious irony in this short tale.

    Liked by 5 people

  3. Hahahahhaha, that was awesome 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

    Liked by 3 people

  4. I think when his wife called him,he blew his last breath away. Lol

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  5. When you play, you pay. Thanks for this sharing.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. *Hahahahaha!* 😀 That’s such a fine story! Thank you for telling!

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  7. Kudos to the wife. 😃
    Thank you for the story.

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  8. Inquisitiveness is perfectly profiled. I love each scenario.

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  9. I can’t help, but chuckle. At the same time, there is a lesson here as there usually is with many of your short stories. Laleh, thanks for sharing these glimpses at life.

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  10. A very clever wife.. Love that story.. 😉

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  11. Interesting. Wife was very clever.
    Thanks for sharing, dear Laleh 😊

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  12. Really very interesting one ,
    kept an eye on the love swan.
    Heard but she didn’t complain,
    and cleverly she used her brain.🌹👍🙏

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  13. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    HE…GOT “TAKEN”! 😀

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