A Filipino goes to a Woolworth’s grocery store in
Australia . He finds cat food at special prices.
He picks two-dozen cans of cat food and goes to check out.
The Manager gets suspicious.
He thinks that this guy might not have a cat and will
probably feed cat food to his kids. He asks the Filipino to
show him his cat before he could let him have cat food. The Filipino goes
home and returns with a cat and gets to buy the cat food.
Next week the Filipino finds dog food at special
prices. He picks three-dozen cans of dog food and goes to
check out. The Manager again gets suspicious. He thinks that
this guy may have a cat but he cannot have a dog and
he will probably feed dog-food to his kids.
He asks the Filipino to bring and show him the
dog before he can let him have dog food.
The Filipino goes home and returns with a dog.
He gets to buy the dog food.
The following week the Filipino comes to Woolworth’s with a bag. He
asks the manager to put his hand in the bag.
The Manager puts his hand in the bag, feels some thing slimy
and immediately pulls it out. He shouts at the Filipino, “What the hell!
This is shit, you idiot!”
The Filipino calmly replies, “Yes, now may I buy
some toilet paper?”
The moral of the story is: Never mess with Filipinos!
Her name is Katie Kirkpatrick , 21 yrs old.
Next to her is her fiancé, Nick, 23.
This picture was taken prior to their wedding January 11th, 2005.
Katie has terminal cancer and spends hours in chemotherapy.
Here Nick awaits while she finishes one of the sessions.
Even in pain and dealing with her organs shutting down, with the help of morphine, Katie took care of every single part of the wedding planning.
Her dress had to be adjusted several times due to Katie’s constant weight loss.
An expected guest was her oxygen tank. Katie had to use it during the ceremony and reception.
The other couple in this picture is Nick’s parents, very emotional with the wedding and of course to see their son marrying the girl he fell in love with when he was an adolescent.
Katie, in a wheel chair, listening to her husband and friends singing to her.
In the middle of the party, Katie had to rest for a bit to catch her breath.
The pain does not allow her to stand for a long period of time.
Katie died 5 days after her wedding.
To see a fragile woman dress as a bride with a beautiful smile makes you think, happiness is always there within reach, no matter how long it lasts.
Life is short. So love without boundaries. Laugh without control. Live like it’s heaven on earth.
That was SOMETHING