A very sick woman on her bed

A very sick woman on her sick bed said to her husband:

Honey if I die, how long would it take you before you marry a another wife…?!

The man replied: Till your grave becomes dry my love.

 

Then she said: Are you promising me this…?

 

Husband replied: Of course darling… I promise you.

 

And after her demise, her husband began to visit her grave everyday for a period of one year.

 

And the grave was always wet, it never became dry…!!!

 

And a day came when he visited the graveyard …

 

And a day came when he visited the graveyard in the evening, he found her brother in the graveyard.

 

He then asked him: Jason what are you doing here…?

 

He replied: I’m fulfilling the wish of my only sister. She said I should please come here everyday to wet her grave.

 

 

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