I studied in a trade college. On our course was the Georgian lady Manana. Dear girl, sometimes she treated the whole group to chacha. But here is one teacher disliked her for something.
But Manana, unfortunately, for quite a long time had the flu, so she didn’t get out of it: either pay a bribe, or you don’t take the exams. Manana appears on the exam. Pulls the ticket. Without blinking, he sits by the window, and after a couple of minutes outside the window, singing is heard.
Yes, what a singing! The real Georgian polyphony, male choir. They so mentally sucked “Suliko”, that everyone heard, - no one, even the most brutal teachers, had enough strength to stop it, everything was so great ...
However, not all were heard ... Several Mananin fellow countrymen, who took the exam with us,At first, they listened in bewilderment, and after a couple of minutes, they began to almost laugh at all. And they were immediately expelled from the exam!
But on this amazing not over. Manana brilliantly, before the eyes of the whole course, answered the questions, received a solid “four” to the general bewilderment and wild malice of the teacher (who lowered the score by one point solely from harm).
After a couple of weeks, Manana asked me to help her in chemistry - not for free.
“Listen,” I said, “I'll do everything for you for free, just say how you got out then.”
“Nat,” Manana said firmly, “I would rather give te dangi!”
- Yes, I do not need your money! Tell me about it, but I will not do anything. You have no choice!
And Manana surrendered. It turns out that the “child of the mountains” found a brilliant and subtle approach. She took out tickets with answers to all questions, gathered fellow countrymen and passed all this stuff to them.
Countrymen stood under the window. After she pulled out the ticket, Manana somehow gave them a signal through the window, and the men dragged out the answers in Georgian. To the motive of "Suliko". The whole ticket was chanted, occasionally inserting a keyword for the conspiracy.