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Tuesday Chuckle

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by jdp1962, Jan 24, 2006.

  1. jdp1962

    jdp1962 Grumpy Old Moderator
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    A ventriloquist visiting Ireland walks into a small village and sees a local sitting in his porch patting his dog.

    He figures he'll have a little fun, so he says to the man: "Can I talk to your dog?"

    Villager: "The dog doesn't talk, you stupid git."

    Ventriloquist: "Hello dog, how's it going mate?"

    Dog: "Doin' all right."

    Villager: (look of extreme shock)

    Ventriloquist: "Is this villager your owner?" (pointing at the villager)

    Dog: "Yep"

    Ventriloquist: "How does he treat you?"

    Dog: "Real good. He walks me twice a day, feeds me great food and takes me to the lake once a week to play."

    Villager: (look of utter disbelief)

    Ventriloquist: "Mind if I talk to your horse?"

    Villager: "Uh, the horse doesn't talk either.... I think."

    Ventriloquist: "Hey horse, how's it going?"

    Horse: "Cool"

    Villager: (absolutely dumbfounded)

    Ventriloquist: "Is this your owner?" (pointing at the villager)

    Horse: "Yep"

    Ventriloquist: "How does he treat you?"

    Horse: "Pretty good, thanks for asking. He rides me regularly, brushes me down often and keeps me in the barn to protect me from the elements."

    Villager: (total look of amazement)

    Ventriloquist: "Mind if I talk to your sheep?"

    Villager: (in a panic) "The sheep's a f**king liar!"
     
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  3. TDI-line

    TDI-line Uber Post Whore

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    Classic.
     
  4. Rev-head

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    Good one
     

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