A PG-Rated Date

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Source: Bowie5, “The girl I’m dating lives with her brother. I went over to her house yesterday, found this note taped to the toilet seat.” Imgur. 7 November 2013

http://imgur.com/a/qFo2k

A man named Brett dated a woman named Hollis who lived with Ross, her brother. Brett went to their house one day for dinner and a movie at home with Ross’ sister. Ross was not present, but he left this note marked “BRETT […] READ ME taped underneath the toilet seat so Brett would find it when he needed to pee: “Hello Brett! Hollis mentioned that you would be over to have dinner/watch a movie while I am out of town on business. I thought to myself ‘what a shame that I won’t be there to introduce myself and get to know him’! So I figured I would write this letter by way of introduction while you are there alone with my little sister. A little about me … where should I begin? Hmmm… Well, I studied Shaolin Kung Fu for almost 15 years. Over that time I learned many different ways to kill a man (some of which include, but are not limited to, moves like Suddenly See Heaven, Last Breath of Kwan Kung, Golden Eagle Tears the Throat, and Black Tiger Yanks the Heart). Anyway, enough about me! I’m sure you want to get back to your PG-rated date with my sister who I love very much. All the best, Ross.” Redditors wondered why the note in the photo Brett posted on Imgur was not creased, but Brett explained that Ross had posted a photograph of the note on Facebook. By the way, on Reddit, Brett wrote that the letter was “a joke but the Kung Fu thing is true.”

For Further Information: Bowie5, “The girl I’m dating lives with her brother. I went over to her house yesterday, found this note taped to the toilet seat.” Reddit. 7 November 2013

http://tinyurl.com/psgjlvo

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