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Can you guess what the shock was?

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A handsome young man was approached by a kind looking old man in a restaurant. The old man said to her, 'You look exactly like my younger son. Sadly he passed away one year back. Could you do me a favor and say 'Goodbye, father' with a kind smile on your face when I leave?

The young man agreed for the same and said, 'Goodbye, father' when the old man left. Soon after, he got the most disengaging shock of his life.

Can you guess what the shock was?

posted Jul 3, 2014 by Sidharth Malhotra

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The restaurant bill of that old man was bear by the young man.:)hehe

answer Jul 4, 2014 by Double S



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