Have a laugh

McIvor Times - - RABBIT STEW -

‘‘You’re early com­ing home from your date,’’ John com­mented as his room­mate closed the front door. ‘‘What went wrong?’’ ‘‘Well,’’ be­gan his flat­mate, ‘‘After din­ner she in­vited me up to her flat. We had a cou­ple of drinks and she put on some soft mu­sic. Then she reached over and turned out the lights.’’ ‘‘Uh huh, so, what hap­pened then?’’ asked John, eye­brows raised. ‘‘I can take a hint,’’ ut­tered his flat­mate. ‘‘I came home.’’

The man ap­proached the very beau­ti­ful woman in the large su­per­mar­ket and asked, “You know, I’ve lost my wife here in the su­per­mar­ket. Can you talk to me for a cou­ple of min­utes?” “Why?” “Be­cause ev­ery time I talk to a beau­ti­ful woman my wife ap­pears out of nowhere.”

A man in­serted an ad in the clas­si­fieds: ‘‘Wife wanted.’’ Next day he re­ceived a hun­dred let­ters. They all said the same thing: ‘‘You can have mine.’’

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