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A boy who was suffering from cancer
had lived his whole life inside the
house being taken care of by his

One day he wanted to go outside, His
mother was hesitant but reluctantly
agreed. He was sick of always being
at home and she knew that. She let
him go for walk down the street.

He walked past a lot of stores and
came across one particular one that
sold CDs. He went inside. He saw the
prettiest girl he had ever seen there
and he knew immediately that he
loved her. It was a classic case of
love at first sight.

He walked up to the desk behind
which she was working. He could not
seem to notice anything else except
her. She looked up at him and smiled.
Can help you?” she said in the
sweetest voice ever.
He just wanted to kiss her right then
and there, but he managed to think of

I, uh, I want to buy a CD, he said. He
picked up a random one and paid the
Would you like that wrapped?” she
asked him, flashing him the cutest
smile once again.

He nodded, and she went to get the
supplies she needed.
She came back, wrapped the CD, and
he took it and left.

The next day the boy went back and
bought another CD, got it wrapped
same as usual.

He really wanted to ask her out but
he didn’t have the courage. The boy
repeated the same thing for the next
few weeks. He put every CD in his

The mom found out about this and
asked him to just ask her out, so the
next day when he went to buy the CD,
while the girl went to get the wrapping
paper, he wrote his number and left.

[A few days later, the phone rings]

Boy’s mom picked up, it was the girl.
She wanted to speak to the boy. The
mom (Sobbing) told the girl that he
passed away last week.

Later, the mom wanted to remember
her son so she went to his room and
opened his closet. There she found all
the unopened CDs.

She opened one and it had a note. It
was from the girl. Hi, think you’re
really cute, do you want to go out?”

She opened one more. There was one
more piece of paper, and the same
thing in the next CD and so on…

The End


By Vaibhav Tanwar

One Response

  1. Rehan says:

    Nice πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ πŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯

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