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My Daddy Strongest

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A bunch of 6 year olds were having a discussion.  The kid from Pune was heard bragging -  "You know man.  My big brother nooo . . .  He can do a wheelie on a bicycle.  Superb da."


Not to be outdone, the kid from Shameerpet, Hyderabad chipped in. "Aaiii ... so what?  My papa can do full wheelie on a scooter also.  He told me that he learnt in school only how to do wheelie!  So don't show off okayyy."  

The kid from Nagharbhavi, Bangalore, who was listening quietly, took over the conversation.  "So what man!  Nothing great.  My daddy can do wheelie on a motorbike.  I even sat behind him one time.  Full vroooom he goes - and then ... on one tyre only ... fully fast ... from heeerreee to theerre ... what you thought?"  he said gesticulating wildly.

The fourth, a slightly overfed kid from Sonipat, Haryana, had to say something.  Bicycles, scooters, and motorbikes were already taken care of.  He had to out beat them.  After all, he was a Jat, and Jats don't take defeat easily.   "All of you stop yapping okay," he said, pointing his palm to the rest.  "Don't show off so much, man. Anybody can do wheelie on cycle or motorbike.  My pappa nooooo, he can do wheelie even when driving a train!"


Meanwhile, all the dads were working hard to ensure that their kids grow up to be well educated. 

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