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on 11 May 2014
During a recent visit to Mr.Patel's (Indian elder) sell everything open 24/7 corner shop, I couldn't help but notice on the "new age" book shelf this most enlightening ,well reasoned and scientifically indisputable hypothesis, another ground breaking revelation from the erudite mind of Diana Cooper, quickly flipping through its pages I will be able to demonstrate this phenomena with little more than a digital camera, curious of what I might find I reach for my mobile and take some photographs around the shop until a voice from above says "what are you bloody well doing now Darren" ? I look up to find my dear friend Mr.Patel high upon a ladder adding more stock to his already heavily laden shelves, a moments distraction in his chores coupled with the health and safety inspectors nightmare of a ladder and Mr.Patel fell a great height in front of my eyes, my knee jerk reaction as anyone who has watched "You've been framed" was not to attempt to save my friend but to take his photo instead, fortunately his fall was broken by a box of Andrex toilet paper he was a bit shaken but not hurt . Latter that day I looked at my photo of a descending Mr.Patel and to my amazement he was surrounded by an army of 'orbs' I then remembered the book, well what a coincidence or was it ? did the orbs guide him to a safe landing ? The next time I visit the corner shop I show the photo to Mr.Patel who explains to me the real reason why orbs appear with digital cameras and tells me to put the book back on the shelf where it came from as Miss.Jones will pick it up latter because she believes in absolutely anything. {Orbs are a common phenomenon with digital cameras where the flash is in close proximity with the lens, photographers call it back scatter so don't be fooled by Diana Coopers attempts at explaining the easily explainable}. I wonder what worthy charity you could donate £6 to rather than purchase this new age nonsense.
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