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THE GIRL AND THE SAILOR
A ship sank in a storm. Five survivors scrambled aboard two lifeboats: a sailor, a girl, and an old man in one boat; the girl’s fiancée and his best friend in the second.
During the storm, the two boats separated. The first boat washed ashore on an island and was wrecked. The girl searched all day in vain for the other boat or any sign of her fiancée.
The next day, the weather cleared, and still she could not locate her fiancée. In the distance she saw another island, hoping to find her fiancée, she begged the sailor to repair the boat and row her to the other island. The sailor agreed, on the condition that she sleep with him that night.
Distraught, she went to the old man for advice, ‘I cannot tell you what is right or wrong for you," he said. “Look into your heart and follow it.” Confused but desperate, she agreed to the sailor’s condition. The next morning the sailor fixed the boat and rowed her to the other island.
Jumping out of the boat, she ran up the beach into the arms of her fiancée. Then she decided to tell him about the previous night. In a rage, he pushed her away and said, ‘Get away from me! I don’t want to see you again!’ Weeping, she started to walk slowly down the beach.
Seeing her, the best friend went to her, put his arm around her, and said, 1 can tell that you two have had a fight. I’ll try to patch it up,but, in the meantime, I’ll take care of you.
This is the story about a Zambia man who woke up on a fine morning and found that one of his left leg was not there but hanging on his door.
Women and babies
This is how it goes