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Friday Fun 1.5.20


May already, doesn't time fly.

A man wakes up in the hospital, bandaged from head to foot.

The doctor comes in and says, "Ah, I see you've regained consciousness.

Now, you probably won't remember, but you were in a pile-up on the motorway.

You're going to be okay, you'll walk again and everything, but...

"Something happened.  I'm trying to break this gently, but the fact is, your willy was chopped off in the wreck and we were unable to find it."

The man groans, but the doctor goes on, "You've got £9000 in insurance compensation coming and we have the technology now to build you a new willy that will work as well as your old one did - better in fact! But the thing is, it doesn't come cheap. It's £1000 an inch."

The man perks up at this. "So," the doctor says, "It's for you to decide how many inches you want. But it's something you'd better discuss with your wife. I mean, if you had a five inch one before, and you decide to go for a nine incher, she might be a bit put out. But if you had a nine inch one before, and you decide only to invest in a five incher this time, she might be disappointed. So it's important that she plays a role in helping you make the decision."

The man agrees to talk with his wife.

The doctor comes back the next day. "So," says the doctor, "have you spoken with your wife?"

"I have," says the man.

"And what is the decision?" asks the doctor.

"We're having granite worktops."

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A chicken and egg are lying in bed next to each other.The chicken is smoking a cigarette and the egg is looking annoyed."Well" says the egg,"I guess that answers the question!"

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It's never too late to tell somebody how much you love them.

Unless you've just come home drunk at 3 a.m.

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A young family moved into a house next door to an empty plot. One day, a gang of building workers turned up to start building on the plot.

The young family's 5-year-old daughter naturally took an interest in all the activity going on next door and started talking with the workers.

She hung around and eventually the builders, all with hearts of gold, more or less adopted the little girl as a sort of project mascot. They chatted with her, let her sit with them while they had tea and lunch breaks, and gave her little jobs to do here and there to make her feel important.

They even gave the child her very own hard hat and gloves, which thrilled her immensely.

At the end of the first week, the smiling builders presented her with a pay envelope - containing two pounds in 10p coins. The little girl took

her 'pay' home to her mother who suggested that they take the money to the bank the next day to open a savings account.

At the bank, the female cashier was tickled pink listening to the little girl telling her about her 'work' on the building site and the fact she had a 'pay packet'.

'You must have worked very hard to earn all this', said the cashier.

The little girl proudly replied, 'Yes, I worked every day with Steve and Wayne and Mike. We're building a big house.'

'My goodness gracious,' said the cashier, 'And will you be working on the house again next week?'

The child thought for a moment. Then she said seriously:

'I think so. Provided those ****s at the builders merchants deliver the ****g bricks on time.'

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I was chatting with a lass online and she told me she had 38 bees. Naturally I assumed she was an apiarist. When I eventually met her, I was disappointed to discover that she only had two.

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I said to the girl on the Tesco checkout, 'Can you do this any cheaper love, it's got today's date on it ?' She said, 'Look mister, do you want the newspaper or not ?'



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I've just rang the council to ask for permission to have a skip outside the house, she said go for it fatty you could do with the exercise!

I have been trying to find a way of using a teabag more than once, however Tetley have taken out a restraining order against me!



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Brilliant, as ever.

One Ive just seen
www.facebook.com/tracy.beavers.7/videos/3227696670595998/

So true!!!!!

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Cheered me up. Needed it after a rough day.

Why folk cannot just answer your emails and provide the paperwork I have no idea.

At least its a 3 day weekend, so the PITA ones cannot find me.

Thanks all. Have a good weekend.

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Once again, thanks for the additions.

 

Glad to have cheered you up Caron, have a chilling and relaxing weekend.  Don't forget that you'll be able to sunbathe on Monday but not on Sunday (1)   biggrinbiggrin

 

(1) Disclaimer:  Heard in passing, may not be true.



-- Edited by Leger on Thursday 7th of May 2020 05:45:03 PM

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Casu wrote:

Cheered me up. Needed it after a rough day.

Why folk cannot just answer your emails and provide the paperwork I have no idea.

At least its a 3 day weekend, so the PITA ones cannot find me.

Thanks all. Have a good weekend.


 3 day weekend??, all the days seem the same to me now, no weekend off for me, VAT returns done and now on to CIS returns & tax returns but only going to work mornings before my beer garden forces me outside 

Have a nice weekend all



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Artois wrote:

3 day weekend??


 Not sure if that was tongue in cheek but in case you weren't aware it's a bank holiday today.



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