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April Fool’s Day stories April 1, 2008

Posted by Daniel Martin in General.
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These are the April Fool’s Day stories from the teachers’ class

Rodolfo Chiquilicuatre disqualified

One of the most famous singers in this moment has been disqualified for Eurovision this morning. The main causes of this decision are complaints about his performance on the stage. Doctors said that his clothes are very shiny and the sound of his guitar causes brain damages.  One of the represntatives of the family forum warns us about the dangers of listening to him frequently.

Oldest person alive found in remote area in Japan: she is 121years old

On April the first a reporter from the BBC news has found a woman who is 121 years old. When he asked her for the secret of her longevity  she said: “I eat chocolate and nuts every day and I drink only alcoholic drinks, and once a week I have a bath in donkey’s milk. I also hike five kms a day”.

And these are the stories from the Intermediate class

Rodolfo Chiquilicuatre disqualified for Eurovision

TVE decided to ban Rodolfo Chiquilicuatre’s song because European people can have a bad impression of our country. Spanish people think it is a wrong decision because Rodolfo was chosen by the population but, on the other hand, there are a lot of people who think it is a very stupid song. The new singer is Manolo Escobar with “Mi carro”.

The United Canary States will be free!

Now the Canaries people are tired of protesting because people don’t pay them attention. They have been forgotten by the national government and the situation has been the same for the last four years and they have decided to get their own government. So, at last, they will be a nation!

 New study proves men are more intelligent than women

A recent study on intelligence shows that men are more intelligent than women because the scientists have discovered that watching sports makes a new neuron grow up in their brains.

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