Wednesday, November 22, 2006

One more thing to make you laugh!


If you're sitting around with relatives digesting a good meal and you're having trouble explaining just how warped commuting motorcyclists are, here's a story. Maybe it will help. I came across it on a forum in Edmonton. Just wanted to share it with you. This is a time for happiness and fun.

The story:

Once a man found himself stranded on a tropical island. Years and years passed and still he was stranded and alone.

One day he was watching the horizon and saw a small dark spot. First he thought it was a ship but the spot just didn't seem to be large enough. So he figured it was a boat. Either way, it would work for him if he got off the island. Still, the spot seemed to stay small even though it was getting nearer. The man decides to just wait and see what emerges from the ocean.

Turns out to be a beautiful blonde woman in a wet suit and scuba gear. He watches as she walks onto the sand and pulls the diving gear off. Looking at him she asks,

"How long has it been since you've had a cigarette?"

"Ten years", he replies.

The blonde reaches for a zipper on the left side of her wet suit. She slides it down and pulls out a waterproof pouch with a package of cigarettes in it. Handing one to the man along with a lighter, he lights up. His eyes roll with the pleasure of the smoke as he exhales.

"How long has it been since you've had a drink of whiskey?", she next asks.

"Ten years", he replies.


The blonde reaches for a zipper on the right side of her wet suit. She slides it down and pulls out a waterproof pouch with a flask in it. She offers the flask to the man who takes a long swig. His eyes roll with the pleasure of the whiskey warming his insides on the way down.

Now the blonde reaches for the top of the long zipper of her wet suit. As she slowly slides the zipper down the front of her suit she looks into his eyes and asks the man,

"How long has it been since you've had some real fun?"

The man's eyes get wide and an excited look crosses his face.

"My God, don't tell me you've got a motorcycle in there!?"

Miles and smiles,
Dan

2 comments:

Steve Williams said...

That's story's not funny, it's just the truth!

Warm regards to you and your family for a great Thanksgiving.

steve

irondad said...

steve,
true, but sad. very sad. back at you on the warm regards.

Dan