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November 25, 2015 Leave a comment
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Laila was smart and gentle, and more sexy than she realized. Joshua pursued her for months, trying to get her out on a date. Her refusals were never harsh, rather they were subtly encouraging. She loved leading a merry chase.
Finally, the day came when she agreed to a date. Joshua had been planning for weeks in case she accepted, and he flawlessly put his ideas into action. They wandered through little-known places with all sorts of unusual sights and sounds. Laila was thrilled. She leaned against him affectionately and Joshua thought his heart might burst with joy.
Soon, they rounded a bend and Laila’s eyes snapped open wide. “Is that what I think it is?”
“Yes!” grinned Joshua, as they approached the fishing pier. “I hope you like fresh-caught food.”
“Oh yes! I love it!” squealed Laila.
“Look at that one,” said Joshua as he…
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November 23, 2015 11 Comments
Over the days they saw him work on his patch without any let-up, digging it up, turning the soil over and planting new saplings. It meant they would soon see large deeply colored wonderful roses, their fragrance inviting the bees from miles around. It was all Ironic – he suffered from a birth defect of not being able to smell.
May be he wanted to lose himself in his work and he probably had a reason.
His young and pretty wife was not seen about for a week or so. Not a whiff of the strong artificial lavender fragrance that always announced her presence from far.
It was with him always a transaction – roses for a price, not given to small talk. It wasn’t easy for anyone to inquire about her. It would come as no surprise to them if she had eloped with some boy from the town – she was more than a handful for him, they thought. There were days when passers-by had heard animated conversations carried from their house long into the night. Well, may be he was better off this way – he could marry a nice girl this time and live happily.
They decided as one they would not haggle with him this season on the price. Clearly a commiserating gesture was in order.
Days and weeks rolled by, the roses were in full bloom now, drawing the early buyers.
It was a couple of days before one of them ventured to open out: ‘Hey, mine weren’t right, did yours too smell of lavender?’
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November 21, 2015 2 Comments
A bent-over old lady hobbled into a doctor’s office.
Within minutes, she came out again but miraculously, she was standing up as straight as could be.
A man in the waiting room who had been watching her said in amazement; “My goodness, what did the doctor do to you?”
The old lady replied, “He gave me a longer cane!”
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November 15, 2015 1 Comment
So we thought we’ve seen them all – those meanie humor stuff on stereotypes of all kinds…
and we thought there’s no room for any fresh surprises until……this one came along:
Driving home from the pub earlier, they were pulled over by a Police Car.
The man and his wife got down from the car.
“Everything alright officer?” he asked the traffic cop.
“Not really sir,” he replied, “Your car was weaving across the road in a very uncontrolled manner.”
“What do you expect?” the man said, “I’ve had a dozen beers.”
The cop laughed, “In that case sir, I fully understand.”
Getting back to his car, he turned around and said: “If you just follow the cars ahead you’ll be doing okay. Take care and safe driving, M’m.”
Source: Adopted from jokefortoday.wordpress.com. Harry has an inexhaustible supply to give out a daily dose of his tonic to subscribers. Image from the net.