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Past caught up in heaven

05 February 2014, 08:29


Clinton, Hollande and Zuma are being standing at the gates of Heaven, being interviewed by St. Peter.

"Ok, Clinton, how many times did you cheat on your wife?" "Let me be honest, St Peter, I've been seeing at least two or three different women a year all my married life" "Ok, Your car in heaven is that VW Beetle there. Goodbye! 

St. Peter turns to Hollande and ask the same question. Hollande, "I must admit that in twenty five years of my marriage, I did cheat on my wife only twice.”St. Peter, Ok, Your car in heaven is that Toyota Sprinter, Here are the keys. Get going

Now turn of Zuma. Zuma lifts his head high and replies.” I treated the country’s coffers as though it was personal businesses and like a harvester ant, I gobbled up funds leading an extravagant lifestyle, but I am very proud to say that I never cheated on any of my six wives while I was married to them. St. Peter, "very impressive”. This BMW Z4-M is yours.

Clinton and Hollande by that time drove off their cars and waiting for Zuma in a car park. Zuma reached the car park in his BMW and was crying loudly.

Clinton.''Arrrre ! What’s the matter with you? We should be crying. We were stuck up with these cheap model cars. Jacob Zuma sobbingly explains. I just saw my second wife Nompumelelo. "She was riding on an ox wagon."

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