COCKSURE

Street Machine - - Lol - Hugh Jap­pendage, email

A FARMER de­cided he wanted to go to town and see a movie. When he got there, the ticket agent asked: “Sir, what’s that on your shoul­der?”

“Well, that’s my pet rooster, Chuck. Wher­ever I go, Chuck goes.”

“I’m sorry sir, but we can’t al­low an­i­mals in the the­atre,” the ticket seller replied.

So the old farmer went around the cor­ner and stuffed Chuck down his over­alls. Then he re­turned to the booth, bought a ticket, and en­tered the the­atre.

He sat down next to two old wid­ows, who were named Gertrude and Beryl.

The film be­gan and Chuck be­gan to squirm, so the old farmer un­but­toned his fly so the rooster could stick his head out and watch the movie.

Gertrude no­ticed this and turned to Beryl, whis­per­ing: “Beryl, I think the guy next to me is a per­vert.” “What do you mean?” Beryl asked. “He un­did his pants and he has his thing out,” Gertrude whis­pered.

“Well, don’t worry about it,” Beryl replied. “At our age we’ve seen ’em all.”

“I thought so too,” said Gertrude, “but this one is eat­ing my pop­corn!”

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