Dr. Mohammad Anees
HAVE A NICE DAY (Revised)
Don't get Gloomy and Cheerless
- 7577 Words
- Ages 6 and up
Sameness is the source of the disturbance and murk. Pain and frustration are created by monotony. This fiction story: I took years during my prolong banishment as part of amusement. I took in "Other country National" in my staff and fellows on various tasks. Generally, we went together for amusement. One of our colleagues, indeed a master of these stories, was a good resource of comic stuff.
I started gathering it and could not check myself by writing in my diary for pure amusement. If I can laugh in the lawn of my villa and in my drawing room, then why Dear readers and masses are deprived of this enjoyment. This was the biggest question in my mind. Then I set all my jot down memories into a script…. I don't add anything to it. It is already so delighted.
As a disclaimer, I am not creating any excitement of writing this volume. I'm laughing at the fact, myself as an author. Here’s the script to amuse you with glittering. I wielded, to laugh loudly through the whole platter, and request readers… please refrain to put it in tears! ho, ho, ho, ho!
Based on the above statement, if readers think, author overstates and passing through hyperbole…. Their info is incorrect and on the whole is puzzling, In fact. My start and last thought is: "This book is untainted comedy bullion and for pleasure only."… I must request folks! Please take action, right now. Don’t keep up to; you panic with a feeling of disappointment! Esteem able readers and masses may find the contrast with large amount of the language inside. I definitely committed to my memories and trying to explain the concept and expectation of being creeper of this book.
And last… It is not in the real meaning nor imperative for readers to facilitate author that they must agree with the author's opinion before reading this book.
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Keywords: Why looks Cheerless