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29 April 2012

An Afrikaner guy, an Aussie, a beautiful girl and an old woman are sitting In a train.
The train suddenly goes through a tunnel and it gets completely dark.
Suddenly there is a kissing sound and then a slap!
The train comes out of the tunnel.
The old woman, beautiful girl and the Afrikaner guy are sitting there looking perplexed. The Aussie is bent over holding his face, which is red from an apparent slap.
The old woman is thinking: 'That Aussie must have tried to kiss that girl and got slapped.'
The Aussie is thinking: 'Damn it, that Afrikaner guy must have tried to kiss the beautiful girl. She thought it was me and slapped me instead.'
The beautiful girl is thinking: 'That Aussie must have moved to kiss me, but kissed the old lady instead and got slapped.'
The Afrikaner guy is thinking: 'If this train goes through another tunnel, I could make another kissing sound and moer that Aussie again!'

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True story -

KwaZulu-Natal MEC for co-operative governance and traditional affairs Nomsa Dube called on the national department of science and technology to investigate the causes of lightning after seven people died in lightning strikes.
"We will do an investigation and talk to the department of science and technology on what is the cause of the lightning," said Dube.
She was visiting Mpumazi in Eshowe where seven people from two families died after being struck by lightning on Sunday.
"Scientists from the department could perhaps help us and come up with instruments that could help community members protect themselves against lightning.
"The department has dealt with floods and fires, but lightning was new to us," said Dube.


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