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An eternal Query !

I found this very beautiful and funny but really perfect mail as a forward .
Thought will share this with all of you !


Did it ever occur to you that a man's life is full of cussedness? He comes into the world without his consent,

and goes out against his will, and the trip between is exceedingly rocky.

When he is little, the big girls kiss him; when he is big, the little girls kiss him. If he is poor, he is a badmanager; if he is rich, he's a crook. If he is prosperous, everybody wants to do him a favor; if he needs credit,they hand him a lemon.

If he is in politics, it is for graft; if out of politics, he is no good to his country. If he doesn't give to charity,

he's a tightwad; if he does, it's for show. If he is actively religious, he is a hypocrite; and if he takes no interestin religion, he is a heathen.

If he is affectionate, he is a soft mark; if he cares for no one, he is cold−blooded. If he dies young, there was agreat future for him; if he lives to an old age, he missed his calling.

If you don't fight, you're yellow; if you do, you're a brute.

If you save your money, you're a grouch; if you spend it, you're a loafer; if you get it, you're a grafter, and if you don't get it, you're a bum.

So what's the use?

Well i dont know what each of you felt reading the same Whatever be it do drop in comments ! :)

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