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Three Men on a Hike

Three men were hiking through a forest when they came upon a large raging violent river. Needing to get to the other side, the first man prayed: God, please give me the strength to cross the river.
Poof! ... God gave him big arms and strong legs and he was able to swim across in about 2 hours, having almost drowned twice.

After witnessing that, the second man prayed: God, please give me strength and the tools to cross the river
Poof! ....... God gave him a rowboat and strong arms and strong legs and he was able to row across in about an hour after almost capsizing once.

Seeing what happened to the first two men, the third man prayed: God, please give me the strength, the tools and the
intelligence to cross the river

Poof! ... He was turned into a woman. She checked the map, hiked one hundred yards up stream and walked across the bridge.



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  1. eshme3na woman ya3ni???
    for your information men are better @ finding their way in remote places than women,

    anyway thx for laugh and share

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