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bourjil yousfi

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Crazy Letter

When I back Home

After my long traveling in north

I found two letters in my mailbox

One from bank told me, sorry sir

In your account just have ten Dirhams now

Another one from a crazy woman

She writes me

I am Zineb the beautiful girl sits near you in bus

You remember me sir?

I am sure you still remember me

I am the pretty girl in the bus

I know you like me

I saw that in your eyes

But I don’t like you sir

Because you are not the man I looking for

I am looking for a man



< br>I know you is not handsome, not rich and not smart

But I am tired looking for the man I want

I can accept you if you want

I am sure you want

You can call me

This is my phone number

I read this letter and smile

Because it is first crazy letter I read in my live

But it is not last crazy letter I read

I still find in my letterbox other crazy letter

Send by crazy woman

Submitted: Wednesday, February 27, 2008

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