Flatus

Woman in Soundless Flatus

Woman in Soundless Flatus

Woman in Soundless Flatus

Woman in Soundless Flatus

       One day a woman went to the doctor for consulting her disease. She explained to himthat for many years she sufferred from excessive flatulance, but there was never any sound or smell so she had done nothing about it until now. So the doctor took down all of her medical history. (Also read : The Victim of Fridge)

       He then continued checking her. A process that took quite a while.

       At the end, the woman says, “You see, Dr. Robinson, while I’ve been sitting here talking to you, I’ve broken wind five times, but there is no sound and no smell.” (Also read other article at : I Like Being By Myself)

       At this point, the doctor scribbled something on a pad, ripped off a sheet and handed it to the woman.

       “What’s this?” she asked, “some pills?”

       “No”, replied Dr Robinson, “That is a prescription for a hearing aid: please come here again in next week, and we’ll operate on your nose.” (Also read other article at : Soal UKK PKn Kelas 8 Bagian 3) read more

Flatus of Abu Nawas

Flatus of Abu Nawas

Flatus of Abu Nawas

Flatus of Abu Nawas

        Once upon a time there was a poor man lived in the village of Persia. His name was Abu Nawas. Although he was poor but he was very kind and smart. Because of his smartness, the king Harun Al Rasyid liked him, however, he used to call him to the castle because he wanted to trap Abu Nawas with his curious questions. (also read : Abunawas and the Gate guardian)

        One day, the king ordered his soldiers to go to Abu Nawas’ house to ask him come to his palace. When Abu Nawas arrived, the king smiled and told about his disease.

        “Hi Abu, you should help me. I always get a stomachache lately; my medical men said that I have got a wind attack” said the King.

        “My pardon Majesty, what should I do for helping you??? Said Abu Nawas.

        “I would like you to catch the wind because it disturbs me and bring it to in prison” reply the King.

        Abu Nawas then didn’t talk any words. He didn’t think the way how to catch the wind but he was thinking how to prove that he really caught the wind. Wind can’t be seen; it was different with water or other things could be seen although water had no color. (Also read other article at : I Leave My Heart In Lebanon Seri 3) read more