Why Me?

Why Me? by Neil Forsyth

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wearing a lead and the other one is a good cook, and I’ve also got a dog! And a wife! One sleeps in a basket and the other one has a tail, and that’s the wife! And the dog! I feed one biscuits and the other one goes to the toilet in the street. And I’ve got a wife!) and so I was wondering if he would listen to you?
    Would you mind if I get Timmy to email you some questions to help him with his speech? I would hugely appreciate it and we could crack on with the business in the meantime.
    Your friend,

    From: Michael Wong
    To: Bob Servant
    Subject: OK
    No i do not know this man but this is OK for me to talk to your son. I have a lot of experience here at the bank so if this is what he needs then yes of course this would not be problem to help your son because we are friends. This is what friends do to help the families. But Bob this must be an exchange and you must help me by providing your full information today OK?
    Michael Wong
    Alliance Bank
    From: Bob Servant
    To: Michael Wong
    Subject: Timmy Will Be In Touch
    Great news and, yes, of course this is very much a case of you scratch my back and I’ll brush your hair. Timmy will be in touch today, I’ve just woken him up. He’s very cute in the morning with his little face and his four legs. And I also have a dog!
    From: Timmy Servant
    To: Michael Wong
    Subject: Hello!
    Hello Michael!
    My Name is Timmy Servant and I am the wee boy of Bob Servant who is your friend.
    I want to have some advice please.
    Is it important to have friends because I do not have many?
    And what is the best way to get a pretty wife?
    Also how can I make money in life, what is the best way?
    What is the best way to talk to your father?
    Thanks for your advice!
    From: Michael Wong
    To: Timmy Servant
    Subject: My advice
    My dear boy,
    How are you doing today? Yes I am friend of your father Bob and have been waiting for your mail ever since he told me about it. I think i will try my best to anser the questions with the best of my knowledge.
    1. Is it important to have friends I do not have many
    I think It’s important to have friends because it can help your social development in many ways. Make sure your friends are people you want to be around. Some people are more comfortable naturally and that’s okay! You can still have friends. Also, having friends can help you develop a schedule for your days instead of what seems like just lounging around till bedtime.
    2. And what is the best way to get a pretty wife?
    Timmy, here’s the problem - a pretty woman makes her husband look small, and very often causes his downfall. As soon as he marries her and then she starts to do the things that will break his heart. But if you make an ugly woman your wife, you’ll be happy for the rest of your life. An ugly woman cooks meals on time, and she’ll always give you peace of mind. If you wanna be happy for the rest of your life, never make a pretty woman your wife. So from my personal point of view, get an ugly girl to marry you.
    3. Also how can I make money in life, what is the best way?
    If you wanted to get rich, how would you do it? I think your best bet would be to start or join a startup. A startup is a small company that takes on a hard technical problem. Lots of people get rich knowing nothing more than that. You don’t have to know physics to be a good pitcher. Why do startups have to be small? Will a startup inevitably stop being a startup as it grows larger? Why are there so many startups selling new drugs or computer software, and none selling corn oil or laundry detergent.
    4. What is the best way to talk to your father
    Contrary to teenage belief, parents are not tyrants! They are simply human beings doing their best to raise a child in the best way they know how. They provide food, shelter, protection, guidance, advice, and love in

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