A Joke & An Unwitting Admission
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From: Peter Langston <psl>
Date: Fri, 8 Nov 96 23:22:28 -0800
Subject: A Joke & An Unwitting Admission
Forwarded-by: "Jack D. Doyle" <email@example.com>
One Sunday evening a young woman is driving down a country road in her new
sports car when something goes wrong with the car and it breaks down.
Luckily, she happens to be near a farmhouse. She goes up to the farmhouse
and knocks on the door. When the farmer answers, she says, "My car broke
down! Can I stay for the night until tomorrow when I can get some help?
"Well," drawls the farmer, "you can stay here, but I don't want you messin'
with my sons Jed and Luke." She looks through the screen door and sees two
attractive young men standing behind the farmer. She judges them to be in
their early twenties. "Sure", she says.
After they have gone to bed for the night the woman begins to get a little
horny just thinking about the two boys in the room next to her. So she
quietly goes into their room and says, "Boys, how would you like for me to
teach you the ways of the world?"
They say, "Huh?" She says, "The only thing is, I don't want to get pregnant,
so you have to wear these rubbers." She puts them on the boys, and the
three of them go at it all night long.
Forty years later Jed and Luke are sitting on the front porch, rocking back
and forth. Jed says, "Luke?" Luke says, "Yeah, Jed?" Jed says, "You
remember that woman that came by here about forty years ago? "Yeah," says
Luke, "I remember." "Well, do you care if she gets pregnant?" asks Jed.
"Nope," says Luke, "I reckon not". "Me, neither," says Jed, "Let's take
these things off."
Forwarded-by: firstname.lastname@example.org (Bob Beauchaine)
The other day, my 3 year old daughter and her 5 year old brother, still
possesing the innocence of youth, were bathing together.
At one point, and with complete sincerity, my daughter turned to my wife
and said, "You know, Mommy, there's just something I like about penises."
I guess it's not too early to get that shotgun...
© 1996 Peter Langston