In a rural area, Ah Beng was travelling in a crowded bus. As he took out his wallet to pay the fare, his passport-size photograph accidentally fell from his pocket. He started searching for it frantically and found it on the floor just right below the ends of a woman's long sari.
He asked her, "Can you lift up your sari? I want to take a photograph!"
He was beaten up so badly that he had to be admitted to hospital. He was surprised to see his Singaporean friend, Ah Seng, on the bed next to him, in a worse condition. Ah Seng explained what happened to him. He had gone to a remote village to work. He finished late and missed the last bus. He couldn't find any hotel.
So he approached a nearby house and asked the owner whether he could stay there for the night. The owner replied, "I have 2 grown-up daughters. Sorry, I can't allow you to stay".
He approached the next house and asked whether he could stay there for the night. The owner replied, "I have 3 grown-up daughters. Sorry, I can't allow you to stay."
He went to the next house and asked, "Do you have grown-up daughters?" The Owner asked, "WHY???" Ah Seng replied, "I want to stay here for a night..."
The next thing he knew, he was in the hospital bed.
THE MORAL OF THE STORY IS: WORDS GET YOU INTO DEEP TROUBLE IF YOU DON'T USE THEM CORRECTLY