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Author Topic: The Thingie- joke  (Read 810 times)

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Offline Roie

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The Thingie- joke
« on: September 05, 2008, 04:11:51 AM »
There was a man who really took care of his body.
He lifted weights and jogged six miles a day.
One day, he looked in the mirror and noticed he was tanned all over except
his "thingie."
So he decided to do something about it.
He went to the beach, completely undressed and buried himself in the sand,
except for his thingie; which he left sticking out.
Two old ladies were walking on the beach, one using a cane.
Upon seeing the "thingie" sticking up in the sand, she began to move it
around with her cane.
Remarking to the other lady, "There is no justice in the world."
The other lady asked what she meant.
She said, "when I was 20, I was curious about it."
When I was 30, I enjoyed it.
When I was 40, I asked for it.
When I was 50, I paid for it.
When I was 60, I prayed for it.
When I was 70, I forgot about it.
Now that I'm 80, the damn things are growing wild on the beach and I'm too
old to squat.

Cruise on down the High Way

"When people who are not ready jump in, things can go horribly wrong. For most of us, there is always time to take a deep breath, consider one's options and make a careful, sound decision based on clinical fact, not emotion."
MtD

Offline Lisa

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Re: The Thingie- joke
« Reply #1 on: September 05, 2008, 08:48:07 AM »
::sigh::
A girl can dream..... 8)
No Fear  No Shame  No Stigma
Happiness is not getting what you want, but wanting what you have.

 


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