New Delhi. It has been believed ever since Napoleon Bonaparte said that “Impossible is a word to be found only in the dictionary of fools”, however, a fool today failed to find the word “Impossible” in his dictionary.
Rahul Roshan, a fool with an experience of over 30 years, tried to locate the word “Impossible” in his Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, but failed to find it even after trying for 3 hours.
“There is no word called ‘Impossible’ in my dictionary,” the fool declared, leaving rest of the world perplexed if they believed in a wrong theory all these years.
“If it’s not there, where is it?” wondered Mark Katju, a scholar with keen interest in idiots and fools. However, Katju refused to comment on Rahul’s intellect.
When Faking News asked Rahul if he knew how to look up for a word in dictionary, he got offended and said that he was not such a fool. He claimed that he remembered everything about the letters of the English alphabet and the order in which they appear in a dictionary.
“There was this word ‘imp’, which was followed by ‘impact’; there wasn’t anything between the two,” Rahul explained and reiterated that there was no ‘impaasibal’ in the dictionary.
“Since there is no such word in my dictionary, I’m surely not a fool!” Rahul happily concluded.