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Selling: "Fishing Tickle"
A storekeeper had for some
time displayed in his window a card inscribed 'Fishing
A customer drew the
proprietor's attention to the spelling. 'Hasn't anyone
told you of it before?' asked the patron.
'Oh, yes,' the dealer said
placidly, 'many have mentioned it. But whenever they
drop in to tell me, they always buy something.'
Money Making: The Game
A businessman was talking
with his barber, when they both noticed a goofy-looking
fellow bouncing down the sidewalk. The barber whispered,
"That's Tommy, one of the stupidest kids you'll ever
meet. Here, I'll show you."
"Hey Tommy! Come here!"
yelled the barber. Tommy came bouncing over "Hi Mr.
Williams!" The barber pulled out a rusty dime and a
shiny quarter and told Tommy he could keep the one of
his choice. Tommy looked long and hard at the dime and
quarter and then quickly snapped the dime from the
barber's hand. The barber looked at the businessman and
said, "See, I told you."
After his haircut, the
businessman caught up with Tommy and asked him why he
chose the dime.
Tommy looked at him in the
eye and said, "If I take the quarter, the game is over."
Three Legged Chicken
A man was driving along a
freeway when he noticed a chicken running along side his
car. He was amazed to see the chicken keeping up with
him because he was doing 50 MPH. He accelerated to 60
and the chicken stayed right next to him. He speeded up
to 75 MPH and the chicken passed him up. The man noticed
the chicken had three legs. So, he followed to chicken
down a road and ended up at a farm. He got out of his
car and saw that all the chickens had three legs.
He asked the farmer "What's
up with these chickens?"
The farmer said "Well,
everybody likes chicken legs. I bred a three legged
bird. I'm going to be a millionaire." The man asked him
how they tasted.
The farmer said "Don't
know, haven't caught one yet."
Changing a Light Bulb
– How many artists does it
take to change a light bulb?
– Twenty. One to change the
bulb and nineteen to say, "Not bad, but I could've done