Town Folk Tired of Local man Thanking Everybody For Their Service

Written by Adam Click

Wednesday, 8 August 2012

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Mr. Shoft was driving to the store when he flagged down John Wilson to thank him for adding character to the town center.

Whatabout,ID-Micheal "Micro" Shoft thanked a returning soldier he met at a restaurant and a firefighter he met in line at the grocery store. He even thank the garbage man for his service when he met him at the curb one morning after forgetting to set out the trash the night before. But Mr.Shoft didn't stop there. Folks here are getting increasingly irritated with Michael's efforts to thank everyone he meets for their service.

He thanked his minister for his service after Sunday Services, the street sweeper for cleaning the gutter,the mechanic for his service concerning cars, a salesman, a doorman and a bell hop.

"When he thanked that soldier I thought it was great. The fireman, I can see that. But a vagrant? A window washer? There isn't anybody he won't thank for something. some kid blew his nose on Mike's sleeve and Mike Thanked him for being hygienic!" His best friend, Mark Bong explained.

"The man is clearly out of control." added Mrs. Shoft when she was contacted for this story. "He caught me in bed with another man and he thanked the guy for keeping his bed warm!"

When this reporter found Mr. Shoft he was at a drive-thru thanking the clerk for the exceptional fidelity of the intercom system and when I told him what the story was about he thanked me for bringing the problem to his attention so I punched him. Some people just can't take a hint.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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