Edwin Drood

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Winning a lottery(A funny story)

Santa was Falling un hard times.He went to pray to the god'Oh god! I have lost my house and my wife and children are starving, please help me by letting me win the lottery1'
The lottery occured but another man won
Santa again prays to god the next day'Haven't I been faitful to you, please help me god, otherwise I will loose all my items and my children are already sick'
The next day another man wins the lottery....
Santa prays again' Oh lord! Do you want me to see in such pain and agony, My wife is ha; f-dead and my children are down with fever, please let me win the lottery..'
Afte rthese words there was a rumbling sound from the sky and a voice boomed'Idiot! Buy the darned lottery ticket first! '

Submitted: Monday, December 17, 2007
Edited: Saturday, April 30, 2011
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