Two Related Jokes and a Chorus
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From: Peter Langston <psl>
Date: Fri, 10 Jan 97 04:05:31 -0800
Subject: Two Related Jokes and a Chorus
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A woman is trying to board a bus, but her her skirt is too tight and she
can't step up. She reaches behind her and lowers the zipper a bit and tries
again. Her skirt's still too tight. She reaches behind her and lowers the
zipper some more, but she still can't get on, and lowers the zipper a third
Suddenly, she feels two hands on her butt, trying to push her up onto the
bus. She spins around and says, "Sir, I don't know you well enough for you
to do that!" To which he replies, "Lady, I don't know you well enough for
you to unzip my fly three times, either."
An attractive young woman is driving through the West. Her car runs out of
gas, and an Indian who comes along on a horse gives her a ride to a gas
station. Every few minutes he lets out a wild whoop that would curdle milk.
Finally, he drops her off with a final "Yaaaaa-Hooo!" and gallops off.
"Gee!" says the gas station guy, "What were you doing to that Injun to make
him holler like that?" "Why, nothing," says the girl, "I just sat behind
him with my arms around him, holding onto his saddle horn." "Lady," says
the guy, "Indians don't use saddles."
[Or, as Bob Nolan (of the Sons of the Pioneers) put it:
When I feel the urge I gotta travel,
anywhere the tumbleweeds grow,
Happy when my feet are scratching gravel,
I grab my saddlehorn and blow.
You may think a certain place has got me,
and from there I never will go,
But you son-of-a-gun I'll bet a hundred to one
I'll grab my saddle horn and blow.
(c) 1940, Bob Nolan
© 1997 Peter Langston