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Our Sports Editor, Molefi Mika, and his wife were celebrating their golden wedding anniversary at the Beverley Hills Hotel on the beach on the North Coast in Durbs.
Their domestic tranquility had long been the talk of the town. "What a peaceful and loving couple." The local newspaper Isolelanga's reporter inquired what the secret of their long and happy marriage was.
"It dates back to our honeymoon in my home country, Lesotho," explained the man. "We visited Thaba tsa Maluti in Mokhotlong and took a trip down to the bottom of the canyon on horseback. We hadn't gone too far when her horse stumbled and she almost fell off the horse.
"My wife looked down at the horse and said: 'That's once'. We proceeded and the horse stumbled again, this time causing her to drop her [pail of ] water. She said: 'That's twice'. The horse stumbled for a third time. My wife took a revolver from her purse and shot the horse dead.
I shouted at her: "What's wrong with you, woman! Why did you shoot the poor animal like that? Are you crazy?" She looked at me, and quietly said: "That's once ..."