Thread: Amazing tales of truth
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Anyone else got an amazing tale of truth to share?
i agree, that was close.
But I have a less dangerous amazing tale of truth to share which was shared with me today in a Health talk. This guy went to the library to study. He was in University. It's a four storey library. Anyway, he usually studies on the third story. But he can't find a table. So he goes on the fourth floor. He studies, and then he needs the loo. So he finds this door. And he goes through it. He notices something different about the toilet. Usually (not that I would know) a mens toilet has two cubicles and a urinal. But he notices there is no urinal, just four cubicles. He thinks they've torn the urinal out for more space. (Thick, isn't he?) And he looks around. Usually in a mens toilet there is only a little mirror. But in this toilet, the whole back wall is a mirror. (Hello? Anyone home?) The guy is clueless. Well, it does take a while for him to figure out it's a girls toilet. And when he did, he got worried that he would be locked up. Locked up! And he did this whole dodge-everyones-eyes-till-you're-off-the-floor thing. He's sure that if he doesn't, someone will guess where he went. And of course, people only think he's up to something becuase he's all nervous and dodging being seen the best he can. And he was 19.
Probably a dumb story, but it was really funny when the guy told us the story in Health.
*loni sighs cause it really doesn't sound funny when she tells it.
I can't believe someone thought it was actually funny. Well, if you thought me telling it was funny, you should've seen him. He was REALLY funny.
Actually, I mistakenly went into the men's washroom at the shopping mall once. Very embarassing. And those urinals are just there in the open!
Very embarassing. And those urinals are just there in the open!
Rednell, that is soo funny!! But very sad!! haahaa
Dog Calls 911 to Help Woman, By Paul T. Erickson, Tri-City Herald
RICHLAND, Wash. (AP) ’ Leana Beasley has faith that a dog is man's best friend. Faith, a 4-year-old Rottweiler, phoned 911 when Beasley fell out of her wheelchair and barked urgently into the receiver until a dispatcher sent help. Then the service dog unlocked the front door for the police officer.
"I sensed there was a problem on the other end of the 911 call," said dispatcher Jenny Buchanan. "The dog was too persistent in barking directly into the phone receiver. I knew she was trying to tell me something."
Faith is trained to summon help by pushing a speed-dial button on the phone with her nose after taking the receiver off the hook, said her owner, Beasley, 45, who suffers grand mal seizures. Guided by experts at the Assistance Dog Club of Puget Sound, Beasley helped train Faith herself.
The day of the fall, Faith "had been acting very clingy, wanting to be touching me all day long," Beasley said Thursday.
The dog, whose sensitive nose can detect changes in Beasley's body chemistry, is trained to alert her owner to impending seizures. But that wasn't what was happening on Sept. 7, and Faith apparently wasn't sure how to communicate the problem. During Beasley's three-week hospital stay, doctors determined her liver was not properly processing her seizure medication.
What a great story, way to go Faith!
Tabby Turns Teen Wolf
Breaks into the Beach Boys, "Lets go surfin' now, everybody 's learning how"....
PS. He's in a critical condition in hospital, but still just alive. It's pretty sickening.
HAHAHA!!! WE IN CHRISTCHURCH LAUGH AT SHARKS!!! WHACK!!! SUPERKIWI!!!!
I've never even BEEN to Christchurch.