FCBayernMunchen wrote:He used to make up long stories to waste his friends' time!
JANCKER wrote:FCBayernMunchen wrote:He used to make up long stories to waste his friends' time!
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She gets the info from dead people...
FCBayernMunchen wrote:Not exactly a ghost story but related to the supernatural.
The other day I was out in the evening with my friend and he saw this girl he knows and told me she's a fortune teller. Obviously I started laughing but he was like "no, she really is one" and called her over.
He asked her whether she remembers him and she couldn't, but then he said "I'm friends with (her ex-boyfriend)" and she remembered him. Then he told her "my friend doesn't want to believe you're a fortune teller" and I'm just standing there thinking "wtf is he doing".
Anyway, she turned to me and said "let me prove it to you" and I was like "let's see what you can come up with." And she told me my name, age, and school I used to go to. This shocked me a bit but considering my friend is my age and ex-classmate of mine, I thought she probably made the connection and probably had seen my name on facebook or something.
But then she told me my parents' names as well and I was stunned because I couldn't see how she could possibly know that. So I'm on edge now and thinking of leaving but she carries on and says your father is X years old, and does so and so (job). Now I'm scared and thinking of just leaving but before I do she goes "But I have some good news for you."
At this my heart lifted and I wondered what it might be. Maybe I was going to win the lottery or she was going to tell me that Bayern will beat Real Madrid and win the CL or something. Anyway so curiosity got the best of me and I told her to go on. She told me that once she starts I must let her finish and cannot interrupt her because if I do none of the good things would happen and instead I would have bad luck for the rest of the year.
Now as you all know I'm not one who believes in superstitious stuff that much but having just heard everything she told me I was scared and starting to believe her. I was expecting good news though so my curiosity won in the end and I agreed.
She said something like "So you're going to be very successful in your chosen profession, you're going to become very well known in Malta and make a lot of money in a very short time BUT..."
Obviously as soon as I heard that "but" my heart skipped a beat but I remembered our agreement and was too scared to stop listening.
She went on "BUT after 15 years something is going to happen to you... something which I'm sorry to say isn't that pleasant at all... and you'll stop doing that job and making a lot of money. Instead you'll start doing what your great-grandfather used to do."
Well, let me tell you, that was a very shocking thing to hear. You know what my great-grandfather used to do? He used to make up long stories to waste his friends' time!
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