Some people never learn (Funny story)

Some people never learn (Funny story)

hosseinali321
hosseinali321
Dec 29, 2015, 5:12 AM |
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One day the Nasreddin bought a donkey from the market and started homewards, lead in hand, his head full of pleasant thoughts regarding his purchase.

Two thieves had been following him all the time.Some where on the way , one of them untied the lead from the donkey and tied it around his friend's neck , disappearing together with the donkey.

When the Nasreddin arrived at his house , he turned around and to his amazement saw thet he was leading a ruffian instead of his beautiful donkey. " Hey , who are you? " he cried." What have you done with my donkey?"

"Have pity on me, the Nasreddin my bro!" replied the ruffian, " I have been very foolish on one occasian many years ago. You see , I wronged my mother and she put a curse upon me that turned me into a donkey . A pious gentleman such as you becoming my master, I am transformed back to a man again. God bless you!" so saying he kissed Nasreddin hand's and thanked him for his release.

The kindly Nasreddin untied the man and said, " Now, you be off and never hurt your mother's feelings again"

The next day Nasreddin was back at the market looking for another likely donkey. What should he see, but the same animal on sale again. Approaching , he bent down and whispered into the donkey's ear: "You know, some people will never learn! I can see that you didn't heed my advice!!."Laughing

About the Nasreddin: believed to have lived and died during the 13th century (borned in Iran and died in Turkey) .

He is considered a populist philosopher and wise man, remembered for his funny stories and anecdotes. He appears in thousands of stories, sometimes witty, sometimes wise, but often, too, a fool or the butt of a joke. A Nasreddin story usually has a subtle humour and a pedagogic nature.