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Topics: Education, A level

Monday, 23 March 2009

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Three Year Old Rancid Mohamad Deepengin passed his 5th A Level exam yesterday, this time it was in Physics. Three year old Rancid (a self confessed bookworm and proper little know-it-all) said that when he grows up he wants to be a nuclear physicist 'Just like his gran!' or failing that a self-employed beautician like his uncle Abdullahman.

The Signs Were There At Quite An Early Age.

At the age of 6 months remarkable Rancid could almost recite the entire works of Shakespeare and could work out in his head highly complicated mathematical equations whilst riding a unicycle and juggling two 25 kilo bags of cement whilst playing keepy-uppy with a reinforced medicine ball and singing 'Flower of Scotland'.. in 12 languages.

When he was one years old Rancid was made a fellow of Oxford University and has since been offered a guaranteed placement there so long as, and i'm sure they jest:
'He does a modicum of improving in the old brain cell department:-).'

Rancid's proud mother Shreeva said that although she is delighted with little Rancid's progress thus far she feels that he simply 'Must Do Better' if he is to become a Professor - just like her and the rest of the family.

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The author thinks that little Rancid is a precocious little brat who should get himself a life and start behaving like most three year olds do. Why at his age I could barely speak 3 languages and hardly knew the first thing about quantum physics.

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