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From: Peter Langston <psl>
Date: Thu, 24 Oct 96 02:30:06 -0700
Subject: Truck Repair
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The groom's anticipation of his conjugal duties turned to disappointment and
then embarrassment when he discovered that, even after a month, he was so
excited that he could not last long enough to satisfy his bride.
Determined to satisfy her, the man visited the doctor to get some advice.
"Doctor, I can't seem to hold back for very long when I make love to my
wife and I can't satisfy her. What can I do?"
The doctor smiled, patted him on the shoulder, and said in a professional
manner, "Try a bit of self-stimulation before having intercourse with your
wife and you'll find that you'll last longer and ultimately satisfy her."
"Okay, Doctor. If you think that will help."
Later that afternoon, his young bride called him at work to let him know
that she would be attacking him at the front door when he arrived home.
"Be prepared, my darling. I'm going to ravish you," she cooed over the
phone. Undaunted, the man decided to follow the doctor's advice. But
where? In the office? The Xerox room? What if someone walked in on him?
He got in his truck and began the journey home. Soon he decided he would
find a spot on the road to pull over, climb underneath the truck and pretend
to be inspecting the rear axle, and do the deed there.
He found a good spot, pulled over, crawled beneath the truck, closed his
eyes tightly, fantasized about his wife, and began his "therapy".
A few minutes later, just as he was about to bring his therapy session to
a successful conclusion, he felt someone tugging on his pants leg. Keeping
his eyes tightly shut to avoid ruining the fantasy he was enjoying, he said,
"Sir, I'm with the Police Department. Could you tell me what you are doing,
please?" said the officer. "Yes, officer, I'm inspecting my truck's rear
axle," he replied confidently. "Well, you'd better check the brakes while
you're down there. Your truck rolled down the hill a few minutes ago."
© 1996 Peter Langston