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Hassan Ahmed
Hassan Ahmed
Beaconhouse School System
The Ugly Truth
Published On Feb 6th 2014
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A man was sitting hopelessly in a chair. Somebody approached him and asked the hopeless man if he is okay. The hopeless man's servant told that his master's name was Gyro and his own name was Julius. Then he told Gyro's story. "When Gyro was young, he loved his father very much and respected him. There were two reasons for this. One was that once he almost died from fever and his father stayed up for him for all night, changing the icepacks. The second reason was that his father never kicked him out of the house. One day, he met a man who said that his father never cared for him. Gyro attacked him but the man was strong and pinned Gyro down. After that, the man dealt Gyro a strong blow and he started bleeding. Then the man said that the person who stayed up all night was the old man next door and Gyro was never kicked out because he earned money for his father. Just then Gyro saw an unbelievable sight. His father came out, looked Gyro in the eyes, and instead of saving him, he just walked away." 
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Comments 8
Yawar Very good story Yawar
Mar 2nd 2014
 
 
Laibah Poor man.............................. i agree with minahil and raveeha Laibah
Feb 15th 2014
 
 
muhammad junaid NICE Muhammad Junaid
Feb 12th 2014
 
 
Minahil I agree with Raveeha.................. Minahil
Feb 9th 2014
 
 
 Shiza nice. Shiza
Feb 9th 2014
 
 
raveeha Amazing story,love it Raveeha
Feb 8th 2014
 
 
hassan WHAT THE???? I THOUGHT U GUYS WOULD AT LEAST GIVE ME A DECENT 4 STARS!!!!!!!!!????? Hassan
Feb 8th 2014
 
 
KHAN Huh?????..........Nice effort Khan
Feb 7th 2014
 
 

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