Clean Feet=Clean Heart=More Girls
The class bell had just rung. Mr Ahmad emerged out from his classroom after dismissing his students. On his way to the canteen, a group of notorious boys greeted him.
“Good morning, teacher? Waah… You’re looking neat and handsome… and you even smell nice too!” commented one of the boys.
Mr Ahmad chuckled. “Good morning and thank you for your kind comments! Looking neat and clean shows that you have a clean heart too, am I right, boys?” he said and the boys agreed.
Mr Ahmad went on, “We, as man, must look neat and clean at all times. Only then we can feel confident and girls would be attracted to us!”
The boys laughed in agreement at his words. Suddenly one of the boys struck an idea: they were all standing beside to the water cooler machine.
“Err, teacher, if you are thirsty, you can have a drink first,” the boy offered slyly to Mr Ahmad.
Mr Ahmad bounded towards the water cooler machine and shamelessly removed his shoes and socks. He then stuck out his smelly foot on the machine and let the cool water run on it.
“Hah! And boys, never forget,” cried Mr Ahmad dramatically as the boys staggered backwards in shock and disgust, “that your feet has to be clean too!”
Taken and translated from Riang Ria—keluaran 10, Tikus 2007