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Jokes – for Oct. 19, 2009

PEG-LEGGED PIG

An agritourist asked the farmer why one of his pigs had a wooden leg. The farmer said, “That pig is the bravest pig I ever saw.”

“So why does he have a wooden leg?” the tourist asked.

“One night, our house caught on fire, and he came inside and woke us all up.”

The tourist asked again, “So why does that pig have a wooden leg?”

“You can’t eat a pig that brave all at once!” From www.jokes.com

FULL OF IT

A pheasant says to a bull, “I would love to get on top of that tree, but I haven’t the energy.”

“Well,” says the bull, “why don’t you eat some of my dung? It’s packed with nutrients.”

So the pheasant eats some dung and finds that it gives him enough energy to get to the first branch. The next day, he eats some more and gets to the next branch. This cycle continues for a week. Finally, the pheasant is at the top of the tree, where the farmer spots him and shoots him with a shotgun.

Moral of the Story: Bulls*** might take you to the top, but it won’t keep you there. From www.jokes.com

LOST IN TRANSLATION

Here are some English signs from non-English-speaking countries:

In a Bangkok temple: “It is forbidden to enter a woman, even a foreigner, if dressed as a man.”

In a cocktail lounge in Norway: “Ladies are requested not to have children in the bar.”

In a doctor’s office in Rome: “Specialist in women and other diseases.”

In a Nai robi res taurant : “Customers who find our waitresses rude ought to see the manager.”

In a Tokyo bar: “Special cocktails for the ladies with nuts.”

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