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Saturday, October 16, 2021

Word of the Day: October 16, 2021


adjective | ahb-TOOSS


: not pointed or acute : BLUNT

Marie-Antoinette guillotined

After the French Revolution began, Marie-Antoinette, queen consort of Louis XVI, was targeted by agitators who, enraged by her extravagance and attempts to save the monarchy, ultimately guillotined her on this day in 1793.

Two doctors and 1 Pharmacy

A women goes to Pharmacy and when she is done getting her items the cashier asks if she wants to get a free covid shot but the women says "God will protect me from covid".

When the women gets home she gets a call from her doctor saying your qualified to come today to get your covid shot but the women says "God will protect me from covid".

While walking around her neighborhood she is less then 6 feet away from a homeless guy who coughs and sneezes on her. An ambulance is nearby and says we'll take you to the hospital to get your covid shot for free but she says "God will protect me from covid".

A week later she starts feeling ill and gets a covid test required by her workplace and tests positive for covid.

The women then gets horrible symptom's and goes to the hospital's emergency room and her doctor asks why didn't she get her covid shot and says "God will protect me from covid". She then dies from covid and see's god.

She then ask god why didn't he protect her from covid? God says "I gave you many opportunities to get your covid shot from the Pharmacy, phone call from your doctor, and the ambulance nearby."

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