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Topics: China, Love, traffic

Tuesday, 24 August 2010

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Nine days ago, Chang Chew was single and on his way to work in the city of Beijing when he became caught in the world's largest traffic Jam. 8 days later and still stuck in the traffic jam; Chang Chew became a married man.

"Me is so happy," Chang Chew told this Spoof reporter. I spoke with Mr. Chew early this morning and asked him," How did he find love in the worlds largest traffic jam?" This is his story, translated in English.

"It is wonderful what has happened to me. I was on my way to work when I became trapped. The first couple of days were not so bad. Luckily I had my collection of American Disco CD's; I love Bee-Gee's." At this point Mr. Chew began singing Disco Duck. "On my third day I notice this girl in the car beside me; she was so beautiful. We exchanged glances and smiles for several hours, but the man with her wouldn't let her roll down window. I was so sad; I really wanted to meet her. I had my window down, it was so hot out and I had no ac. I could tell by the way her and the man had sweat pouring off them that they to had no ac.

On the third day of the traffic jam, my luck changed for better. The man she was with died from the heat! Aw, Buddha had to be on my side to bring me such joy. (This reporter learned later that the man was her husband) When the man slumped over, I knew that soon he would be dead; I was right. She rolled down her window and we began talking; it was as if we had known each other for years. I invite her into my car and we fell in love. On the eighth day, I look over and see a priest praying for the dead man in her car. Now I am a married man.

It also appears Mr. Chew is now unemployed after missing work for nine days. As this spoof reporter waits for the traffic to once again start moving, I am sure I will find many more interesting stories.

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